Dragonslayers Are Needed Now More Than Ever
While we may not have actual Dragons, we have a critical need for modern-day Dragonslayers.
St. George slaying a dragon is a myth, but the myth arose after St. George, a Roman soldier and member of the Praetorian Guard, was decapitated for refusing to renounce his Christian faith.
Myths are always short on details, but it’s clear the Dragon represents evil.
Evil surrounds us at every turn, and the numerous works of art celebrating St. George remind us that it is our responsibility and destiny to fight and stand against evil.
Christians aren’t facing decapitation yet, but leftists in our country fight daily to destroy our faith, values, and economy and indoctrinate our children in the evils of CRT and Marxism.
Like St. George, we must stand against evil, no matter the cost.
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