Open Letter to Laura Ingraham
Dear Laura Ingraham,
Your stance on the overabundance of sex on television is commendable and we can agree that this is anti-family and particularly anti-compassion for the youngest members of society. It would certainly be nice if Fox Reality and the Rupert Murdock actually followed at all through on these principles. If Rupert and the rest of the Fox family could put his money where their mouth is–it might actually help make ours a more family and compassionate oriented society.
My second concern deals with the fundamentals of Biblical interpretation. I’m sorry you misguided interpretation of the bible (see below). Even though it must be interesting to fundamentally re-write it on the air of Fox News.
Its further saddens me that you profit off rhetorical vitriol, the anger, and misapplication of Biblical principles. Is that all much different from John Hagee and Creflo Dollar?
Hugs and kisses,
My Criticism of Laura Ingraham and Fox News:
Laura Ingraham said it was “Christianity 101″ that Leviticus and the Sermon on the Mount apply equally. Apparently, its lost on Laura that the New Testament represented a new covenant and that the old law was dead. Otherwise words like grace aren’t particularly meaningful in the Christian lexicon and the entire delineation between old and new is pretty meaningless. Not to mention the fact that the Sermon on the Mount represents words from the very mouth of Jesus.