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City Refuses to Put Name of Jesus on Tombstone, Might Be Offensive

Jesus. Still the most dangerous person who ever existed.

A city cemetery in Colorado refused to put the name "Jesus" on a tombstone because they thought some would find it offensive. And according to Christian News, the name "Jesus" was even compared with a swastika. Finally, the city relented when Christians heard of it and took to Facebook over this anti-Christian idiocy.

Here's the thing, idiocy is rampant today. Idiots will always be with us. Sure, one of the problems is that many of the idiots seem to be working for the government right now but for me, the real problem right now is that anti-Christianity is the default position of the idiot. Many in government service often opt for the path of least resistance. Sadly, it seems that when it comes down to possibly offending millions of Christians or irritating a few litigious atheists, they opt for offending the Christians.

HT Christian News

*subhead*No Jesus Allowed.*subhead*

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Mary De Voe said...

The city violates the Last Will and Testament of the deceased, as though the man has no immortal human soul. The city and/or state have no authority to violate a Last Will and Testament. It is freedom of Speech and PRESS, the written name of Jesus on the tombstone.TIME TO SUE FOR FREEDOM OF THE PRESS AND ALL CIVIL RIGHTS,especially acknowledgement of the sovereign person by the state.The state does not own Jesus, the deceased person or the family plot.

Mary De Voe said...

"And according to Christian News, the name "Jesus" was even compared with a swastika." It was never proved that the Son of Man ever committed a sin or crime. and they need to do this to ban a person from the public realm.

Mike Wallster said...

So what would happen if a diseased Hispanic fellow named Jesus had his name on his tombstone?

Sophia's Favorite said...

It's spelled Jesús in Spanish, but you do usually leave diacritics off in inscriptions.

What if the person wanted "Namo Amitabha Buddha" on his tombstone? That often actually goes with a swastika (there's a reason that symbol has a Sanskrit name). Would a Buddha be different from Jesus somehow?

Steve Dalton said...

Would they have interfered if the name Satan appeared on the tombstone?

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