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Oh My God! Basketball Analyst And Former Coach Stan Van Gundy Exposes The Ignorance His Beloved Left

Coach Stan Van Gundy, a Biden supporter (one might call him an athletic supporter) has spoken in the name of God (Christ is God) in defense of the student forgiveness program. That is, Van Gundy has ushered along the idea that the parable of the fishes and loaves wherein Christ performs a miracle of feeding the multitudes is an idea commensurate with the government and its high priests, Joe Biden, Susan Rice, Barak Obama, whoever, et al being not “like” God but “as” God.

That of course is the modern Doxology of: “Praise God from whom all blessings flow…”  The word, Doxology ultimately derives from the Greek verb dokein, meaning “to seem” or “to seem good.”

And Jesus said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God. Mark 10:18, KJV

Captioned as “Republican logic.” Van Gundy noted:

“Jesus’s miracle of the loaves and fishes was a slap in the face to all people who brought their own lunch.”

This is what the course of human events has brought us through the babblings not only of sinners (we are all that) but as well the political prostitutes and their political party pimps within the Deep State who align themselves with “we the people” and tax us, tax us and tax us. This repetitious “tax us” is the hand (they believe) of God and not so much as God is government but Government is God.  Therefore, government is good?

It sounds as if the coach seeks spiritual guidance and sustenance from government edicts.

So, according to Van Gundy Jesus (God) took note that day of those who had the money and foresight to bring their own lunch and fed only those who forgot to bring a lunch, or those who were too poor to provide for themselves.

And of course, there was no mention in the parable about there “being no such thing as a free lunch.” Good grief! What could God have been thinking?

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Personally, I couldn’t say. I am not privy to the mind of God apart from what He allows me from time to time. And most of that time is a study and self-mesmerizing of the often-mysterious parables, with the constant belief in His speaking thoughtfully so that I(we) think thoughtfully. And those thoughts always have a mystery, as He is Infinite, but with the basic, clear as glass, thoughts he has always provided that every member of creation can understand:

For example Thou Shall Not Steal.

So, coach, I hope you can clear up the distinction between God and government. But I’d be careful about hoping for overtime.

By Paul Yarbrough

Paul Yarbrough is a regular contributor to The Blue State Conservative. He writes novels, short stories, poetry, and essays. His first novel. Mississippi Cotton is a Kindle bestseller. His author site can be found on Amazon. He writes political commentary for CommDigiNews.

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