Rev. Mark H. Creech
NBA's malicious scheme to score a wicked goal
FacebookTwitterGoogle+
By Rev. Mark H. Creech
July 24, 2016

Under the direction of Adam Silver, a man who has advocated for the legalization of the evil and immoral practice of sports betting, it comes as no surprise that he now leads the NBA in a malicious scheme to score a wicked goal on North Carolina.

It's simple despite the NBA's objections and misrepresentation of HB 2. Men shouldn't be allowed to use women's bathrooms. Women and young girls shouldn't be forced to undress or shower in the presence of men. Neither should the government be allowed to force people or groups to promote ideas or participate in events they find morally objectionable. HB 2 overturned Charlotte's egregious ordinance which would have perpetrated these injustices on its citizens, as well as others in the state.

North Carolina shouldn't be daunted in its support for its lawmakers who passed the bill or it's Governor, who signed it. We should only be ashamed if we were willing to prostitute the safety of our women and children out for the approval of sports and entertainment figures and the promise of their money. We should only be ashamed if we were willing to sell America's birthright, which entitles private businesses and churches to live and work according to their peacefully held beliefs, in exchange for the NBA's mess of pottage.

Make no mistake, by insisting that the common sense measure HB 2 either be repealed or amended as they require before bringing the All-Star Game to Charlotte, is not only a form of blackmail, but a decadence based in political correctness that turns true morality on its head.

North Carolina should answer the NBA in the same manner Peter responded to sinful Simon Magus in Acts chapter 8 and verse 20. In so many words the Apostle said, "May your silver perish with you, because you thought something so precious and sacred could be purchased with money."

© Rev. Mark H. Creech

 

The views expressed by RenewAmerica columnists are their own and do not necessarily reflect the position of RenewAmerica or its affiliates.
(See RenewAmerica's publishing standards.)

Click to enlarge

Rev. Mark H. Creech

Rev. Mark H. Creech is Executive Director of the Christian Action League of North Carolina, Inc. He was a pastor for twenty years before taking this position, having served five different Southern Baptist churches in North Carolina and one Independent Baptist in upstate New York.

Rev. Creech is a prolific speaker and writer, and has served as a radio commentator for Christians In Action, a daily program featuring Rev. Creech's commentary on social issues from a Christian worldview.

In addition to RenewAmerica.com, his weekly editorials are featured on the Christian Action League website and Agape Press, a national Christian newswire.

Subscribe

Receive future articles by Rev. Mark H. Creech: Click here

More by this author

 

Stephen Stone
'The fervent prayer of the righteous'

Siena Hoefling
Protect the Children: Update with VIDEO

Stephen Stone
Flashback: Dems' fake claim that Trump and Utah congressional hopeful Burgess Owens want 'renewed nuclear testing' blows up when examined

Kevin Fobbs
Why millions of Americaís ďcanceledĒ need the NAACP2021 National Association for the Advancement of Canceled Peop

Paul Cameron
American Psychological Assn. blesses transsexualism

Rev. Mark H. Creech
President Bidenís National Proclamation of Prayer to no God

Matt C. Abbott
Scrutinizing sex abuse allegations

Judie Brown
Is parenthood old fashioned?

Cliff Kincaid
A tale of two vaccines

Pete Riehm
Greatness only springs from goodness

Peter Lemiska
Itís not chess; itís just the classic shell game

Stone Washington
Combating the coronavirus with truth

Rev. Austin Miles
Inviting folks to church now a crime!! (?)

Cherie Zaslawsky
Dr. Anthony S. Fauci: Americaís Angel of Death

Gina Miller
Dystopia rising
  More columns

Cartoons


Click for full cartoon
More cartoons

RSS feeds

News:
Columns:

Columnists

Matt C. Abbott
Chris Adamo
Russ J. Alan
Bonnie Alba
Chuck Baldwin
Kevin J. Banet
J. Matt Barber
Fr. Tom Bartolomeo
. . .
[See more]

Sister sites