You’ve, no doubt, heard of “homophobia.” No doubt.
Have you ever heard of “Christophobia?” Probably not.
I just invented the term.
Christophobia is the unreasonable and unjustifiable fear of Jesus, and Christ-followers. A Christophobe may not “fear” Jesus in the sense that he or she is afraid of Him, but he will slam Jesus, vilify His followers, and try to make it impossible for Jesus-Believers to live a Christ-following lifestyle without encountering animosity, prejudice, and persecution.
Most “NoDems” are Christophobes. (see MiVu article on “NoDems.”) NoDems see Jesus Christ as a myth – right up there with Zeus, Tarzan, and Big Foot. They would say that Jesus of Nazareth probably lived, but that His fans created Him in their image … to be their Savior. NoDems and Christophobes believe Jesus was not the Son of God in the biblical sense.
Christophobia is growing in America. And while NoDems are not the only people fueling this fear, they are actively involved in creating the laws that will curtail religious freedom in this country. Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, the ACLU, and NARAL are allied to build on this fear. Many movie makers see Christophobia as fodder for box office success. More and more comedians, television script writers, and members of the media are jumping on board the Christophobia express.
If you are a Christ-follower, be aware that soon you will have to be more cautious about expressing your faith in America. Like believers in China, India, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and some countries in Africa … being a Christ-follower will become downright dangerous.
Think about it.