by Meg@bluffparkbaptist.org | Thursday, April 21, 2016
Who Does Bruce Springsteen think he is? I spoke last of God’s design being tossed aside in the “trans-gender” argument and Bob Terry had an excellent editorial pointing out the absurdity of allowing a mental disorder; “gender dysphoria”, to be legitimized as normal. But things got even a little crazier since then.
Bruce Springsteen, a famous singer, cancelled his concert in North Carolina. In effect, boycotting that state because they passed a law protecting boys and girls from the confusion and possible danger of having an opposite sex person in their restroom. He made a statement that I hope comes back to him. He said “Some things are more important than a rock show”. How true.
Helping children with “gender dysphoria” overcome their problem instead of affirming their misunderstanding and condemning them to a life of confusion is more important than a rock show. Protecting kids form sexual predators is more important than a rock concert. Helping people understand Gods plan and design for His creation is more important than a rock concert. Exhibiting common sense is more important than a rock concert. Standing firm on Christian values is more important than a rock concert. In fact, there are a lot of things more important than a rock concert.
In fact, there are many more things more productive and enriching that are vastly more important than a rock concert. Spending time at Railroad Park on a sunny afternoon, strolling around the Botanical Gardens or Aldridge gardens, hiking a quiet woodland path, even sitting on the back porch sipping a cup of coffee are all more important than a rock concert. Go to the zoo or the art museum. Visit the Vulcan or the Civil Rights museum. There are so many healthy, enriching, and fun things to do.
I hope Bruce Springsteen and other “entertainers” who wallow in their delusional self-importance will be taught a lesson as people across this great nation see the truth that there are, indeed, some things more important than a rock concert.
Say something good about your Savior and about His church here in Bluff Park.