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Are Statues Good Or Bad

It seems all statues are being destroyed by Antifa. Is that good or bad to have statues according to the Bible?

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"Divide and Conquer" was also used by Hitler, and now used by Trump. I've never heard or seen so much hatred between folks, friends and family that scream words like : communist lefty, fake news, crooked this one or crazy that one or Liddle this one, ....inciting hatred among even families or DIVIDE their own party and using some excuse they are bad for the party thereby giving them derogatory nicknames.

Jesus warned that there would come a day when love would wax cold, and mother and father would turn again son and daughter, and vice versa.

This is just the beginning, also read 2 Timothy 3.... TRUCEBREAKERS is also noted. Having a form of godliness but denying the power.from such TURN AWAY.
---kathr4453 on 10/22/17


Its no secret Satan wants wants to conquer us. The secret, lies within the means by which he will take control of this world. Divide and Conquer. Look at all the division in the world today. Look at all the venues created for this very purpose...White vs Black for example.

This is the work of Satan folks, dont fall for it. Why division? Division creates hatred, and this is the way Satan will gain control of you, control of this world. The secret to fight against him, is in the foundation you have created.

Do you look at the world based on a Christian foundation, or on a foundation meant to create division?
Political party...color of your skin...religious belief...gender...etc?
Folks...Stay out of the world.
---David on 10/21/17


A few weeks ago, a statue of St. Joan of Arc was defaced with the words "Tear this down" spray painted on it.

A guess some people thought a mediaeval French woman was a Confederate heroine.

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 10/14/17


It might not need to be getting attention.

And in order for people to have an interpretation, they would need to have someone give them explanations and ideas which can feed their interpretation. So, even if they are not educated, they can hear from someone who is able to communicate (c:

In our minds we can make idols, of how we want women to look, for one example, so we can use them. And we can create the image in ourselves of how we want other people to be. But God can do better (c:
---com7fy8 on 10/13/17


I don't have a Trump hat to put on the squirrel, just as I did not have an Obama hat to put on it. I am not very political. I don't believe there are any permanent political situations to anything.
---Loony1 on 10/12/17




Loony1: I have a statue of a squirrel on the table on my front porch. I think it is a good statue. And no political outfits have tried to destroy it.//

Put a small Trump's hat saying 'Make America great' on the squirrel statue and wait 5 days. :D
---Nicole_Lacey on 10/12/17


//Also I have only heard of Confederate statutes being attacked.//

Columbus and Lincoln statues have been defaced.

Many times people forget that most people can not read in the world.

Pictures and statues tells the stories of the Bible.
---Nicole_Lacey on 10/12/17


I am not sure Antifa really exists as a group. They seem more to a bunch of thugs. They could be just anarchists who want to see it all burn.

Also I have only heard of Confederate statutes being attacked.

These statuses should be either in a Museum or at Civil war Battlefields.

Context people.
---Samuelbb7 on 10/12/17


A statue in and of itself is neither good or bad, only the meaning or interpretation any particular person may give it.
---Chria9396 on 10/12/17


I have a statue of a squirrel on the table on my front porch. I think it is a good statue. And no political outfits have tried to destroy it.
---Loony1 on 10/11/17




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