Coining a Hash Tag, #birthrightsin
Today, I want to coin a new term. Lets call it “Birthright Sin.” We will use the hash tag: #birthrightsin. We will define it according to modern understanding of a current faulty thinking process.
The reasoning behind this new term derives from the modern concept that individuals are born with certain behavior patterns that cannot be controlled or changed. Furthermore, this concept teaches that we as a nation and as a people are obligated to accept, acknowledge, approve and condone the right of an individual to behave according to his or her self-defined manner of personality, characteristics, and natural behavior traits – no matter the final effect that such behavior may have upon biblical, Christian, and previously existing social patterns of righteous and moral beliefs, faiths, and proven standards of decency.
Under such a concept, we must understand and believe that every sinner, even a born thief must be given the right and freedom to demand social acceptance. And with this I must object. How do so many people so easily accept this misguided appeal to a false logic? Do you not see that this is but an attempt to excuse wicked behavior?
This thing falls into the category of “The devil made me do it,” or “Society and environment shaped my personality,” and/or the newest term, “God made me this way.”
What utter nonsense. In this statement, “God Made Me This Way,” wicked people proclaim that behavior patterns characterize the God-defined makeup of an individual. Furthermore, it implies that not one, no not one of us is capable of change. Yet change does occur, and it is a change in the basic sin nature of a man. It is a change brought forth by turning from sin, repenting, and depending upon Jesus Christ to birth within you a new man and a new internal nature.
According to the concept of “birth nature,” those who practice adultery are by nature of birth born to be adulterous. Likewise, the enthusiastic liar must be accepted as made this way from the moment of birth. And as stated earlier, even the committed thief has rights to claim social acceptance based on his or her birthright sin nature.
You may argue that acceptance, acknowledge, and approval of a “thief nature” is harmful to other humans, and thus must be disallowed from the concept of a natural and specific ingrained behavior pattern. Yet this is only because you would deny the harmful nature of all wicked behavior and unrighteous living. Failure to recognize that a concept of birth right sin must be all-inclusive is like limiting the rules of law to a given race, sex or nationality. We are all members of the human race. We are not all created equal. This is your argument for individual rights. Would you limit it to other individuals?
Of course we do. Failure to limit rights would result in chaos. However, any effort to limit the argument of a “sin nature birth right” by age, nationality, race, or even sexual orientation is merely an effort to defend a preferred choice in wicked behavior. That which weakens the fabric of society must be regulated even at the expense of individuals. But know this also: To the individual being regulated, for some strange reason, their rights should override the common good of the nation.
Even Unbelievers in God Accept The Concept of Birthright Sin
Strange as it may seem, even those who reject the existence of God often accept the concept of “God made me this way.” This, providing or course that the argument supports one of their “acceptable” behavior patterns. Yet if we are to accept that all men and women are destined to behave in a manner predefined in their genes by God, then we must accept this truth, so-called, wherein the argument is all-inclusive concerning the nature and behavior of every individual born to this earth.
And this, my friend, brings me to a plain and simple argument: If just one person has the right to demand social acceptance and approval based upon personal characteristics and behavior patterns, so too does every individual. Thus a born thief has the same rights as a so-called born liar, so-called born child molester, so-called homosexual, and so-called born politician.
What? You cannot accept that and you call me judgmental? Ah. Then we see that you too have a certain capacity for discernment, for you too recognize that certain habits, behavior patterns and natural desires are wicked and cannot, yea, must not be permitted acceptance into any society, much less a society that is committed to moral reality.
Concerning Concept of Birthright Sin – I leave you now with a few simple points:
1) A born thief, so-called, stands before you and announces his or her birthright sin of taking unlawful possession of items and funds not their own. Furthermore, this natural born thief proclaims that God approves such behavior, and that he or she will continue practicing thievery.
Will you permit this person to manage your personal finances?
2) A natural born member of ISIS desires to take up residence in your home with you, your mate and your children. Furthermore, this practicing ISIS member declares his or her intend to live according to this birth right nature of killing Christians and other so-called infidels.
Will you open your home and make this person comfortable in their “God made me this way” state of being?
Hash Tag, birthrightsin, that’s the concept of birthright sin. Is this really what you want in your world?
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