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originally posted by: Cutepants
a reply to: Wardaddy454
Attacked you via your reading ability? How? Maybe you need to reread the post.
a reply to: DanDanDat
No one has asked for the removal of Charlottesville, they only removed the statue. If the Democrats kept confederate symbols around in their offices, then you might have a case for hypocrisy, but they still wouldn't be on official, public display like the statue was.
originally posted by: network dude
a reply to: Gryphon66
ANTIFA is facist, so my dislike for them is more along those lines, sorry if I didn't clarify that. BAMN, is the same.
A group would would use violence to force their will onto others. And silence others opinions. But thanks for asking.
originally posted by: Dudemo5
Any organization that fights the transfer of power/rights from a traditional group to a non-traditional group is, by definition, conservative, no matter what political party they support.
originally posted by: pthena
a reply to: xuenchen
Yeah, those Democrats back then were sooo for small government.
So much in fact they started their own government called the Confederacy.
So if Democrats want to remove statues of Democrats why should anybody mind?
So, I'm sure no one will mind if from now on we say that the Klan is a Christian organization, eh? That all Christians, no matter who they are, where they are, what they believe, are somehow responsible for the KKK? I mean, let's get real, eh?
also called replacement theology or fulfillment theology, is a Christian doctrine which has parallels in Islam.
In Christianity, supersessionism is a theological view on the current status of the church in relation to the Jewish people and Judaism. It holds that the Christian Church has succeeded the Israelites as the definitive people of God or that the New Covenant has replaced or superseded the Mosaic covenant. From a supersessionist's "point of view, just by continuing to exist [ outside the Church ], the Jews dissent". This view directly contrasts with dual-covenant theology which holds that the Mosaic covenant remains valid for Jews.
Supersessionism has formed a core tenet of the Church for the majority of its existence. Subsequent to and because of the Holocaust, some mainstream Christian theologians and denominations have rejected supersessionism
Because they are doing it all pretending the statues were are of Republicans.