Joseph Farah headlined his Feb. 20 WorldNetDaily column, "Why do liberals hate God?" The key piece of evidence is that one liberal blog criticized his new campaign to post billboards containing the Ten Commandments across the country.
Yeah, that's pretty much it. Farah's main response is to write: "By posting the Ten Commandments on billboards across the country, I’m hardly imposing my will or God’s will on anyone. I’m simply pricking the public’s conscience."
So why all the spewing?
Because people don’t like to be reminded of their sin.
I don’t like it any more than anyone else. But if we want to experience everlasting life with God, it’s necessary to confront our own sins and repent of them.
I share the Commandments in love with everyone – even liberals who hate God.
Of course, Farah is not only imposing his will through his billboards, he's hiding his involvement by promoting the website thetencommandments.com onthe billboards instead of WND -- even though the website redirects to WND.
As far as being reminded of his own sin goes, let us once again note that WND, under his leadership, has become a sewer of anti-Obama hate and lies over the past five years.
We haven't heard Farah repent to God or his readers (who need to hear it more than God does) for the dishonesty of his website -- apparently, he's too busy begging for cash to put up more Ten Commandments billboards.