The city of Boston was founded in 1630 by Puritans, a deeply devoted and loosely-affiliated Christian Protestant sect that desired to purify the Church of England. That group’s minister, John Winthrop, landed at Massachusetts Bay and declared “We shall be as a city upon a hill, the eyes of all people are upon us.”
That city upon a hill, once illumined by the Gospel of Jesus, just hoisted the LGBTQ flag.
The city of Boston happens to be in the middle of a lawsuit against them by a Christian group, after refusing to let them raise the Christian flag to pay tribute to the traditions and history of Boston. The city banned the flag because it claimed no “non-secular flags can be displayed.”
This is yet another reason that Christians need to insist that the social justice movement is Woke Religion, and is not secular in the slightest. If so, Boston wouldn’t have proudly rung the sodomy flag up the pole today.
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