The internet is such a great social networking tool and we get to meet so many new and different people.....That being said, lots of people post bible verses as their daily status, others thank God every day for their blessings, etc. I support those individuals because, like me, they're standing. Everyone has their own ways to contribute, my way, which works best for me is that I choose not to support movies, tv shows, actors/actresses, or businesses that go against our Christian beliefs. Not saying it's for everyone, just saying it's what we do in our family. There are plenty of Christian individuals and businesses to fill in that gap and then some.
I made a comment today that I no longer support Sam Elliott since his Golden Compass movie. I thought it was a bad choice on his part and I'm not entirely sure he knew the full story behind the story. Atleast, that makes me dislike him a little less. I'm no fanatic, I try not to cuss, but the reaction I got was that I had attacked someone's facebook page. Needless to say, I was quite shocked, I was even unfriended by two women for it. Really? The explanation one used was that it was "just a movie". Well, that seems to be the reaction to just about everything against God these days: it's just a role he's playing, it's just pretend, it's really not that bad, prayer is unconstitutional, we might offend someone if we pray at a football game, National Prayer Day will not be celebrated on the White House lawn. See how these things progress? I did not attack the person, her opinion, or her religious beliefs and yet got that in return under the guise of tsk'ing me for sitting in moral judgment. Because I won't support an atheistic movie or the actors in it? Really?
As I said, everyone has their own way of supporting the cause. If someone is offended that I choose not to support atheistic propaganda, well, buckle up kiddies, it's gonna get salty!