The Tender Mercies of the Wicked: The Rise of the Cult of “Niceness” at Faith and Heritage

A righteous man regardeth the life of his beast: but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel.
– Proverbs 12:10

The decline of traditional Christian morality has steadily accelerated over the past several decades, and with its decline the cult of niceness has emerged triumphant. As a veteran of many cyber battles on Facebook and elsewhere, I can attest to the extent to which the concept of niceness has become entrenched. A major objection often raised against Kinism is that our beliefs don’t flow from the fruit of Christian compassion or charity. Our hearts are said to be full of hatred against others who are not like us. To put it simply, we aren’t nice like Jesus. This contemporary Christian dedication to niceness has taken some interesting twists along the way, as the concept has taken us down paths no one would have imagined even just decades ago. Recently, purportedly conservative Christians have via niceness endorsed Hillary Clinton and the mass importation of Muslim “refugees” from the Middle East.

Blogger Shannon Dingle provides us an example of “pro-life” Christian support for Hillary. Dingle is an evangelicuck self-described addict of Netflix who boasts that she is a “mama to 6 kids from 3 continents.” This is her way of saying that her family is far more “vibrant” than our boring, all-white families. Her Twitter account betrays her leftist inclinations as she shills for the terrorist organization Black Lives Matter and brags about being a race traitor to whites. Recently Dingle published a post on her blog asserting that she is unequivocally pro-life but intends on voting for über pro-abortion advocate Hillary.1 She correctly notes that Republicans have accomplished very little on the abortion front since the infamous Roe v. Wade decision in 1973, and that Donald Trump’s particular pro-life bona fides have been relatively weak until recently…

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