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Is Christianity Worth Saving?
Post Date: 2012-04-10 13:23:34 by Brian S
Right Wing Christianity has a stranglehold on today's religion and politics. What are the rest of us to do?:::::::: Crucial question. Crucial answer. It's the day after Easter. The chocolate Easter bunnies have given up their retail space to Mother's Day cards and purple vestments are tucked away in church closets. Easter lilies and cymbidium corsages* may see another week of life but most of the trappings of Easter must wait resurrection in the coming year. Easter, the very soul of Christianity, its raison d'etre, will be stored away like Christmas ornaments. Today's Christianity, the one we see on television, the one posted relentlessly on YouTube, the one touted ...
Religious people are more likely to be leftwing, says thinktank Demos
Post Date: 2012-04-08 15:50:31 by lucysmom
"We don't do God," Alastair Campbell famously insisted when journalists pressed the former prime minister, Tony Blair, on matters of faith. But it appears that New Labour's high command missed a trick by declining to talk up their religious convictions, for new research suggests they would have been preaching to the converted: people with faith are far more likely to take left-of-centre positions on a range of issues, including immigration and equality. The research, revealed in a new report by the thinktank Demos, undermines the widely held view that members of religious groups are more likely to have conservative tendencies. Its findings are exciting the interest of ...
Christianity or Thoughtcrime?
Post Date: 2012-04-08 08:54:00 by CZ82
Christianity or Thoughtcrime? By Cindy Simpson "Thoughtcrimes" -- opinions and ideas that oppose the status quo -- were pursued and punished by the Thought Police in the future world described by George Orwell in his novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four. Could politically incorrect thought be declared illegal -- a type of "hate" crime against individuals or the State -- someday in America? Since much of Christian thought seems to be considered politically incorrect these days, might it also be declared hate speech? Although such notions may seem the stuff of futuristic science fiction, just last week, Big Journalism ran a column with the subtitle "Shorter Ann Curry: Your ...
You idiots! Pilot's order was to crucify the Rabbi
Post Date: 2012-04-08 07:44:42 by whyofcourse
4 Big Myths Of Book Of Revelation
Post Date: 2012-04-01 18:45:57 by Brian S
By John Blake, CNN (CNN) The anti-Christ. The Battle of Armageddon. The dreaded Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. You dont have to be a student of religion to recognize references from the Book of Revelation. The last book in the Bible has fascinated readers for centuries. People who dont even follow religion are nonetheless familiar with figures and images from Revelation. And why not? No other New Testament book reads like Revelation. The book virtually drips with blood and reeks of sulfur. At the center of this final battle between good and evil is an action-hero-like Jesus, who is in no mood to turn the other cheek. Elaine Pagels, one of the worlds leading ...
180 The Movie
Post Date: 2012-03-31 21:34:53 by redleghunter
Poster Comment:33 min movie on how when we forget our history we are doomed to repeat it. It starts out with the Holocaust in Nazi Germany and ends with the Holocaust of abortion. Compelling on the stree interviews. See how much or how little the American people know their history and current events.
It’s an Obama World… Gay Flag Flies at Afghan Base But the Christian Cross Is Banned
Post Date: 2012-03-29 10:42:51 by hondo68
Its an Obama world. The gay flag flew over a U.S. military base in Afghanistan this week. A moment of solidarity. But the Obama Administration banned the Christian cross from the worship tent. It was too offensive. The Pentagon forced an Army post in Afghanistan to remove a cross on its worship tent in December. It was offensive to liberal atheists.
Poster Comment:Obama is offensive.
Trinity Broadcasting Network ‘Funds Owners’ Exorbitant Lifestyle’
Post Date: 2012-03-24 12:30:49 by Brian S
The worlds largest Christian TV channel, the California-based Trinity Broadcasting Network, has become embroiled in a multimillion dollar financial scandal after members of the family that founded it alleged widespread embezzlement. The claims by Brittany Koper, whose grandfather Paul Crouch founded TBN, and by Joseph McVeigh, another family member describe exorbitant spending on mansions in California, Tennessee and Florida, private jets and even a $100,000-mobile home to house the dogs of Crouchs flamboyant wife, Janice. The network, which claims to broadcast in every continent except the Antarctic and has 18,000 affiliates, was set up by Crouch in the 1970s and ...
Wicca and Sin: "The morality of the witches is NO morality at all"
Post Date: 2012-03-19 18:08:44 by Murron
Wicca and Sin: "The morality of the witches is NO morality at all" In Wicca, there is no Holy Book, no written doctrine, no divine law. The only two 'laws' that are traditionally Wiccan, and are considered to be those ideals by which we try to live, are: 1. An it harm none, do what thou wilt. 2. What thou wilt do, will come back three times. What this means, pure and simple, is that there are no "sins," such as sexual do's and don'ts, profanity, etc., AS LONG AS YOU STRIVE FOR AND AS MUCH AS HUMANLY POSSIBLE, ATTEMPT TO BRING HARM ON NO ONE!!! Ironically, the Church of Satan professes the same beliefs. In fact, one of the leading members of the ...
The spring equinox celebrates the planting season
Post Date: 2012-03-17 19:31:49 by Ferret Mike
This month marks the spring equinox. We celebrate the return of spring and the end of the long, dark winter months. This season is about new beginnings and rebirth. An equinox occurs twice a year, at the beginning of spring and again at the beginning of fall, when the days and nights are equal in length. This is a day of planting. We not only plant in the physical sense of the word but also in the spiritual and mental sense. We plant the seeds of the crop we wish to grow and nurture until the harvest. The spring equinox has been celebrated for centuries all over the world. The Mayans and present day Maya people have celebrated spring for more than 10 centuries. Numerous cultures, including ...
How the apostates take over
Post Date: 2012-03-16 17:39:25 by redleghunter
The evangelical church is under constant threat to compromise its reliance on biblical truth. The human desire to be accepted, to not be seen as "outside the mainstream," can be overwhelming. But that desire is our weakness, our downfall. It does not always immediately destroy the dam we build to protect the waters of truth, but instead it leads to tiny fissures that grow until destruction is inevitable. Twenty years ago, I experienced the painful demise of the Episcopal Church, which once was a bastion of biblical truth. It was not a pretty picture. It was a picture painted in the primary colors of relentlessness and deception. The combination of those elements inevitably led ...
Barack Obama, Morality, the Constitution, and the Catholic Church
Post Date: 2012-03-14 11:48:37 by hondo68
No provision of our Constitution ought to be dearer to man than that which protects the rights of conscience against the enterprise of the civil authority. Thomas Jefferson Within the palisades of Christianity, the most basal representation of good and evil is that God is good and Satan is evil. It originated with the beginning of humanity with the tree of knowledge of good and evil. There exists no latitude for moral relativism, as moral relativism is the product of liberalisms dangerous artifice to justify licentious indulgences and oblige them upon society. Satan is not the source of evil according to Catholicism, but is the enemy of Christs Kingdom. According to the ...
Leftard Pastor Jim Wallis: ‘American Exceptionalism…Is a Heresy…& It‘s Very Dangerous’
Post Date: 2012-03-10 08:08:09 by CZ82
Leftard Pastor Jim Wallis: American Exceptionalism
Is a Heresy
& Its Very Dangerous Billy Hallowell Pastor Jim Wallis isnt one to candy-coat his views about Jesus and the Bible. Wallis, who is revered as the modern-day father of the Christian left, has urged believers to embrace the Occupy Wall Street movement and has made his own, personal quest for social justice known. He continues to allege that the protesters who insist that they are the 99 percent are people who stand with Jesus. Over the weekend, The Blaze reported about a video interview with the leftist pastor that was aired earlier this week at Lifetree ...
Banks Foreclosing On Churches In Record Numbers
Post Date: 2012-03-08 23:00:33 by Brian S
(Reuters) - Banks are foreclosing on America's churches in record numbers as lenders increasingly lose patience with religious facilities that have defaulted on their mortgages, according to new data. The surge in church foreclosures represents a new wave of distressed property seizures triggered by the 2008 financial crash, analysts say, with many banks no longer willing to grant struggling religious organizations forbearance. Since 2010, 270 churches have been sold after defaulting on their loans, with 90 percent of those sales coming after a lender-triggered foreclosure, according to the real estate information company CoStar Group. In 2011, 138 churches were sold by banks, an ...
Could Religion Change The Presidential Election?
Post Date: 2012-03-08 06:56:28 by CZ82
Could Religion Change The Presidential Election? Written on March 7, 2012 by David L. Goetsch The last time religion was an issue in a presidential election was when John Kennedy sought the office. That might change in the 2012 election. Consider the current scenario. The Republican candidates include a Mormon and two Catholics. The incumbent, President Obama, is hard to pin down on religion but seems to adopt the religion of his audienceincluding Islam. Will religion become an issue in the 2012 presidential race? Interestingly, it probably will but only because the liberal media will try to make it an issue. Writing for the The Washington Times Wesley Pruden had this to say about ...
Kirk Cameron Receiving Support Despite Anti-Gay Comments (unnatural, detrimental)
Post Date: 2012-03-05 21:12:52 by hondo68
video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player While gay rights activists are eviscerating Kirk Cameron for calling homosexuality "unnatural," "detrimental," and "ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization," the former "Growing Pains" star has received "thousands of emails and comments" of support, Cameron's representative told ABCNews.com today. "Cameron is thankful for the thousands of emails and comments that he's received from those who value the freedom to express one's beliefs," the actor's rep said in an e-mail statement. Cameron opined on gay rights during a Friday ...
Dawkins Admits He Cannot Prove God Does Not Exist [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2012-03-05 13:55:53 by CZ82
Dawkins Admits He Cannot Prove God Does Not Exist March 5, 2012 by Giacomo For centuries, people have claimed to be atheists because no one could prove to them that God exists. One of the most ardent members of that group has been British author Richard Dawkins. Ive read and listened to Dawkins challenge believers to prove to him that God exists and that if they could he might believe in God. But in reality, the opposite is true. The onus is on people like Dawkins to prove there is no God and this is something he has finally realized he cannot do. With the realization that he cannot prove God does not exist, Dawkins shocked many throughout the world with his announcement that he ...
5 Great Moments in History That Could Teach Christian Zealots Important Lessons
Post Date: 2012-03-04 23:13:55 by Brian S
Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum says John F. Kennedys strong defense of church-state separation makes him want to throw up. His rival on the campaign trail, Newt Gingrich, frequently knocks secular elites who supposedly yearn to tear down Americas great Christian heritage. Meanwhile, Mitt Romney, a Mormon whose faith is not well understood by many Americans, would seem likely to benefit from an embrace of church-state separation, but fear of angering Religious Right voters keeps him from doing it. It seems these days that a lot of public figures are wary of endorsing the separation of church and state. They shouldnt be: The principle ...
Report Finds Mosques Flourishing Across U.S.
Post Date: 2012-02-29 18:21:09 by Brian S
WASHINGTON Mosques are taking root across the United States at a tremendous rate, but theres no proof that radicalism is brewing among young Muslim Americans, a report published Wednesday says. The US Mosque Survey 2011 counted 2,106 mosques in all 50 states plus the District of Columbia, up 74 percent from 2000 the year before the September 11 attacks when 1,209 mosques were counted. Some 192 mosques are in the greater New York City area, and 120 in southern California, but there are as many as 166 in Texas, 118 in Florida, and even two in Montana where fewer than one percent of the population is non-Christian. Over the past decade, the total ...
Religion Is Not the Enemy
Post Date: 2012-02-21 06:51:03 by CZ82
Religion Is Not the Enemy By Philip F. Lawler from the February 2012 issue A remarkable agnostic, Maarcello Pera, explains why. Why We Should Call Ourselves Christians: The Religious Roots of Free Societies By Marcello Pera (Encounter Books, 224 pages, $23.95) You were taught that pious platitude that you can't judge a book by its cover. But the truth is that usually you can. This one, for instance, looked easy. You read the title: Why We Should Call Ourselves Christians. You saw that the preface is written by Pope Benedict XVI. You could already guess what you would find on the inside pages. And you would be wrong. The author, Marcello Pera, is not an evangelist or theologian ...
Vatican 'knew of widespread abuse'
Post Date: 2012-02-16 13:16:24 by lucysmom
A day after the emergence of a report on the rape of nuns by priests, the Roman Catholic Aid Agency, Cafod, has confirmed that it showed the Vatican the report seven years ago. The leaked report said that priests and missionaries across several continents were forcing nuns to have sex with them. On Tuesday, the Vatican confirmed that such abuse had been taking place, but denied that it was so widespread. The vatican says it will investigate internally Among the abuses detailed is the case of a nun being forced to have an abortion by the priest who impregnated her. She later died and he officiated at her requiem mass. Also cited is the case of a mother superior who repeatedly complained ...
Virginia Moves forward To Let Agencies Bar Gay Adoption [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2012-02-09 18:23:09 by Murron
Virginia Moves forward To Let Agencies Bar Gay Adoption The Virginia state Senate passed legislation Thursday allowing private adoption agencies to deny placements that conflict with their religious or moral beliefs, including opposition to homosexuality. The mostly party-line 22-18 vote virtually ensures the Republican-backed bill will become law. The House of Delegates has an identical version of the bill and Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell says he will sign it. Virginia would become just the second state with such a law, which supporters said was modeled after North Dakota's. State Sen. Jeffrey McWaters, a Republican from Virginia Beach, said his "conscience clause" bill ...
Israeli talk show make fun of Jesus and Mary
Post Date: 2012-02-06 00:25:17 by Ferret Mike
At prayer breakfast, Obama says Christian faith guides his policies
Post Date: 2012-02-02 14:46:52 by Ferret Mike
VIDEO -- : President Obama speaking at the National Prayer Breakfast, said his policy arguments stem from his interpretation of his Christian faith. For the wealthy to give up tax breaks, he says, is simply following the scriptural mandate: 'To whom much is given, much shall be required.' Obama, speaking to 3,000 people at the Washington Hilton, used passages from the Bible to make the case that his push for a more equitable economy is rooted in a long-honored value system. And he suggested that his proposal to increase taxes on wealthier Americans is consistent with the teachings of Jesus. For me, as a Christian, it also coincides with Jesuss teaching that ...
Obama’s war on religion declared (Catholics riot in DC)
Post Date: 2012-01-31 10:12:02 by hondo68
Obamacares contraception crusade plays Catholics for fools, but is really designed to show his Federal govts supremacy over religious groups but its a slippery slope for America. In politics, the timing is often the message. On Jan. 20 three days before the annual March for Life the Obama administration announced its final decision that Catholic universities, hospitals and charities will be compelled to pay for health insurance that covers sterilization, contraceptives and abortifacients. Preparing for the march, Catholic students gathered for Mass at Verizon Center. The faithful held vigil at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. Knights ...
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