Christian Author Wishes Bill Maher Would Be Publicly Whipped For Blasphemy

Bill Maher is not one to play nice with religion and one Christian author has had enough and is longing for the days when he can be whipped publicly for blasphemy.

The extreme religious right can find outrage in just about anything. On this day it's comedian Bill Maher, who is at the epicenter of hate from Matt Barber's BarbWire. Have you noticed that it's usually the supposed Christian right talking heads that are always calling for violent punishment? What's that all about? Tristan Emmanuel, is an author who penned the Mensa bestseller, Christophobia: The Real Reason Behind Hate Crimes Legislation. He wrote an article which longs for the days when Bill Maher would be publicly whipped for his blasphemous ways.

Kyle Mantyla:

In a new column posted on Matt Barber's BarbWire website, Tristan Emmanuel calls for the reinstatement of blasphemy laws in order to punish Bill Maher for his recent comments about God.

In a piece entitled "Does Maher Deserve A Whipping For Slandering God?," Emmanuel says there was a time when people like Maher were publicly whipped and physically punished for saying such things and argues that it is time for Christians to demand the reinstatement of such laws before God releases His wrath upon the entire nation for tolerating such blasphemy:

There was a time when a generation of believers actually believed in defending the honor of God and would have done just that — condemn Maher. Back then Maher would have faced stiff penalties for his slanderous crimes against God and country. And the reasons were clear: slander the ultimate authority of a nation — God — and you ridicule the very foundation of its laws, values, public institutions and leadership....Here is an example of how America once dealt with the likes of Bill Maher.

“Be it declared and enacted by the Lieutenant Governor, Council and Representatives, convened in General Assembly, and it is enacted by the Authority of the same, that if any person shall presume willfully to blaspheme the holy Name of God, Father, Son, or Holy Ghost; either by denying, cursing or reproaching the true God; his Creation or Government of the World: or by denying, cursing, or reproaching the holy Word of God… everyone so offending shall be punished by imprisonment, not exceeding six months, and until they find sureties for good behaviours; by sitting in pillory; by whipping; boaring thorow the tongue, with a red hot iron; or sitting upon the gallows with a rope about their neck; at the discretion of the court…” — Massachusetts General Laws.


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Lamentably, in 1952 the US Supreme Court decided, “It is not the business of government in our nation to suppress real or imagined attacks upon a particular religious doctrine, whether they appear in publications, speeches or motion pictures.” And ever since then atheist have freely and very publicly ridiculed God, challenged every public demonstration of Christian religion, belittled Christians and attacked every institution bequeathed to us by our Christian forebears.

America is hanging on by a thin thread of longsuffering divine justice. The pugnacious degenerate Bill Maher may think blasphemy is a laughing matter. The nation of America may think it can hide behind the First Amendment. And Christians may falsely think they are demonstrating Christlike love by remaining quiet in the face of profligate profanity. But mark my word, a day of reckoning is coming. God is very clear. Exodus 20:7 “You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain, for the Lord will not hold him guiltless who takes His name in vain.”If we are unwilling to hold blasphemers accountable, the almighty judge of the world will.

I’m Tristan Emmanuel and I make no apologies.

And Tristan approves this message! I feel so bad for Tristan because he can't beat the sh*t out of someone for taking the Lord's name in vain.

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