04 Oct

A most confusing gentleman.  There are times when I am urged to check his "Channel".  He seems to fit with "The Other Guys" more often than not.  As a matter of fact, it has become difficult for me to classify the "Fruit" of FOX.  More and more, their attempt at being "Fair, Balanced and Unafraid" leaves me thinking, "Mellow Yellow".  There is no doubt that FOX only hires attractive, intelligent people, but after researching each of them, there's not many "Evangelicals".  Why is that?  Being one myself, I find there is very little scriptural truth in evidence.   Does that make news reporters "Luke Warm"?  It is quite evident that the majority of Fox News Anchors are Catholic.  Some have converted from Baptist.  In the book of Deuteronomy, (I believe written by Moses), this is what it says:

"It is the Lord your God you must follow, and him you must revere. Keep his commands and obey him; serve him and hold fast to him." (Deuteronomy 13:4)

Aggies understand 'commands'.  Whether in the Corps or not, Aggies have a great sense of what is right.  Our Tradition keeps that alive in our hearts.  Aggies are more apt to be "Obedient" to what is basic in "the being of service".  I am a Baptist, not just because I grew up in a home that was Baptist, but because a true Baptist believes the Holy Bible to be the inerrant Word of God in its entirety. (not to be misconstrued by the moderation practiced by some who call themselves, "Baptist".  Without knowing a person, I believe it wrong to make a judgement and as far as a person's soul is concerned, that is only known by the person and God.  When it comes to news reporting, 'opinion' must never get in the way of 'facts' and today there are too many who ignore that.  I do not know the spiritual condition of Chris Wallace or any of the Fox News team, butI do not believe they adhere to Scripture and that's a shame.  I would love to discuss my concerns, one-on-one, anytime.  That's only fair, donchaknow, really.

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