Bryan Fischer celebrates the 4th of July by declaring that if you aren’t patriotic (by his undoubtedly twisted definition, of course), you’re committing a sin against God — but only if you’re an American, because God likes us more than everyone else and has done unspecified things to “protect” the country against…well, something.
As Fischer explained, God has providentially cared for and protected the United States of America since its creation and so a refusal to be patriotic is an insult to God.
“A failure to be a patriotic American is a sin against God,” Fischer said, “because it’s a refusal to thank him for his goodness, for his providential care over this nation from the beginning.”
But of course, he’s either withdrawn that “providential care” or is on the verge of doing so because GAYS. How exactly would one tell that God has shown “providential care” over a country? He doesn’t say, of course, because this is just empty rhetoric. Utterly meaningless tripe.