The Intolerance Continues Against Frank Turek
by Max Andrews
I was checking some analytics from my blog today and noticed that there was a referral to my blog that I had not noticed before. It was from the about.com forum for agnosticism/atheism. Granted, I’m not a “neutral” site, I’m open about my theistic beliefs; however, I found it interesting to be categorized with “the usual” “Liberals hate Christians and the Gays are taking over.” What is perplexing about this categorization is that I don’t have anything in my initial post on Turek, my follow-up post, or my whole blog for that manner, that has anything about “gays taking over” or “liberals [hating] Christians”. If anything, my posts were more politically oriented trusting in our freedom of religion to be preserved and recognized by the United States (see the original post for citations). I’ve claimed that this is a religious issue simply because that’s the problem Cisco has with Turek, which is something protected by the Civil Rights Act.
This person who posted the initial thread claimed that at that time (June 29), he/she could not have found any other information about Turek or the Cisco incident. I’m not quite sure how this person found my blog but I’m glad it was found and shared where it was. What’s interesting about this is that many of the thread contributors in this forum serve my previous points well. All of this is so hypocritical (assuming they value tolerance). Some of these posts are just great. I’ve cited a couple for your information (and perhaps your entertainment)…
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