Christian talk show host Janet Mefferd recently complained about gay marriage and how "tolerance and equality" is "what we get in a society where Christianity has been stripped from the equation," reports GoodAsYou.org (audio below).
"We're in the midst of a revolution... They're remaking all of society in their own image. I have decided what is fair, what is right, what is just. And in a democracy it has to be about what man wants. And the highest good is tolerance and the highest good is equality. Tolerance and equality. That's what we get in a society where Christianity has been stripped from the equation," Mefferd complained.
Mefferd then went on to cite America's founders as shining good examples, not mentioning that they owned slaves, did not allow women to vote and used children for free labor.
"Even our founders understood that the system they put in place had no chance of standing long term, were it not for the Christian virtue of the people who were under that Constitution. And when you lose virtue, you lose the ability to self-correct, to repent, to put your mind and your morals and your ideas under the authority of God himself, then anything goes," said Mefferd.