Jesus Christ and Political Correctness
Chad Johnson
June 10, 2011

"Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father but by me." John 14:6 KJV

We live in a day when being politically correct seems to be on many peopleís mind.

The word political has many meanings. One of the definitions is ingenious in devising and pursuing any scheme of personal or national aggrandizement, without regard to the morality of the measure; cunning; artful; sagacious in adapting means to the end, whether good or evil. The word political also has to do with government. So in reality what we are saying is government correctness.

That is our problem in America today. We have allowed the government and media to rape our minds of the truth.

We need to get back to Bible correctness.

Political correctness and liberals are tolerant of everything but the truth.

The truth of Godís word is offensive and sure is not politically correct. We as the people of God should never be politically correct, but strive to be Bible correct.

Jesus Christ was not popular in His day and sure would not be in our day. Letís look at the text and see how narrow our Lord truly is. First, Jesus says ďI am the way.Ē Not a good way or a better way, but the way. He also declares himself to be the truth and the life. Christ is not inclusive to other gods or other ways to heaven.

In our day, most believe every man can choose his own way and it will end well for him. This is a lie straight from the pit of hell. Political correctness has in our day removed right and wrong in our society. It has caused us to redefine what marriage is. We wonít even call the war we are in what it is Ė a war against radical Islam.

Everyone is doing what is right in their own eyes. God help us as His people to stand in these last days. The Bible is Godís word. It does not matter how much the world tolerates sin and political correctness. We must reject it at all costs. Amen!