A belief in God is a personal thing. A person has a right to believe in a god of their choice, or not to believe at all. God comes in many descriptors, or interpretations. My view is that we all have the same God. We just live under different interpretations. Our mere existence is proof of my affirmation of the creator.
One may, or may not make a public affirmation of their God. Or, call for the help of God. Some people frequently invoke the name of God, and other people rarely invoke the name of God. Why do I say this? We say many things, sometimes we say things in sarcasm. Taken out of context, I know some things that I say could be used against me. So when it comes to investigations, words out of context should be examined carefully. Politically using words out of context is all to common.
Recently there has been great importance given to a few words out of many. I am speaking of the text messages of FBI agent Strzok. He is quite prolific texting. I have to wonder if somewhere in his many texts there are alternative words of balance. For when I say something that is a bit drastic, I typically counterbalance the words in an alternative paragraph. I would expect someone to point them out if they existed. Interesting that today the words that define the political landscape invoke the name of God. I must admit that they are a pretty definitive affirmation of belief.
Agent Strzok invokes God’s name to declare that I, and others like me are incapable of reasonable thought, or are of substandard mentality. I am OK with that, as I reserve the right to do the same. Although juvenile, speech is free.
There is a problem when the name of God is invoked to justify the the removal of my legal rights as a citizen. In fact, collusion and obstruction of justice are not justified by any reason to remove anyone’s rights as a citizen.
I have to wonder if the proof of God is part of our DNA.