The belief in and worship of a superhuman/supernatural controlling power, esp. a personal God or gods.
Consider the case of the second individual mentioned in the tweet, that being Timothy McVeigh. Again, a refresher: McVeigh was an ardent supporter of Terry Nichols, a survivalist nutcase who constantly saw governments as evil and in need of overthrowing. It was in this shadow world of uber-patriotism and faith that McVeigh would come to perpetrate one of the most vile acts of terrorism in U.S. history: the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. His reasons given: revenge for the Waco, Texas stand off between FBI/ATF and the Branch Davidians (a Cult of personality with strong Christian ideals. Their leader David Koresh believed himself a Messiah)., as well as the incident at Ruby Ridge. In his writings as well as his own recordings, McVeigh made it clear that he was acting for God and country and that he was a warrior for Christ. He identified himself as a Christian. Again, the question must be asked: who decides who is Christian?
It's a difficult question that has no correct answer but, one thing can be counted on; when those who cause such violence and evil in the world identify themselves as Christians or with Christianity, others will disavow them as surely as Peter denying Christ 3 times on the night of His arrest in Gethsemane. The point of the tweet is an attempt at distancing Fischer and his brand of gay hate and misogyny from what these other Christian men did. It's a cynical and dishonest game he's playing but the TTM isn't having it.....
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