Monday, May 04, 2015

Headline Potpourri #70

Hillary Clinton commented that we ought to get rid of the divisions that have broken down the nation's politics. That translates that it ought to be against the law to disagree with her.

If Al Sharpton has gone on a hunger strike over something as trivial as the confirmation of an Attorney General, the malcontent should be allowed to starve to death.

In a sermon, a pastor berated the congregation for not knowing where Zephaniah was in the Bible. Perhaps he would rather they never return to the church he pastors.

If personality tests are being used to screen out job applicants, what is to prevent the applicant from not answering the assessment honestly but rather in the manner that they deduce is most likely to secure them the position?

If personality tests are being used to screen out job applicants before objective criteria are applied, would the individual be responsible if they could not find employment?

In a sermon on Christian apathy, fanatic legalist Jason Cooley condemned the entire U.S. military over the actions of a few errant soldiers. Therefore, extrapolating the pastor’s logic, ought we to condemn the entire Independent Fundamentalist Baptist movement for its errant sex crimes that are comparable to any Vatican debaucheries?

In a sermon, a pastor admonished that not only is one required to come to worship but that one must come in a spirit of Sabbath rest. Some people just can’t turn off their minds. Once again, would it rather be preferred that people don’t show up at all?

If you learn about Alexander the Great under the auspices of a traditional Western Civilization course, it is racist oppression. However, if you learn about him during a course on homosexual history, you are being liberating from the heteronormative hegemony.

With that maniacal cackle, you almost expect Hillary to say, "I'll get you my pretty and your little dog too."

Regarding the gyrocopter assault on the Capitol lawn. Is life so miserable as a result of campaign finance reform to likely endanger a post office pension over?

“Tired of the partisanship” is actually a euphemism that the person wants to abolish the First Amendment.

Of me, it was said, “Obviously, you just like to call people, whom you do not like, names for the sake of attacking them.” Everyone has got to have a hobby. Furthermore, it is considerably less expensive than wine and woman.

It was criticized that most youth pastors are young. Maybe so. But if aspiring ministers don’t start at this level, when these individuals apply for more senior positions later in their careers will search committees toss in their faces that they are insufficiently experienced?

How is that blond sportcaster chick telling the tow company clerk to loose weight really any worse than how we are constantly ordered by Queen Sasquatch and her "Let's Move" propaganda?

ESPN personality Britt McHenry was caught verbally boring into a tow company clerk. Did she unload unprovoked or did the clerk say something that set her off? Social media widely condemned her remarks and her network suspended her. Yet she still hasn't destroyed as much property as the average Occupy Movement beatnik or Ferguson vandal whom are usually adored by the media.

Does Brittney McHenry invoking her celebrity status in a confrontation with a tow company differ all that appreciably from the verbal manipulations engaged in by law enforcement, racial activists, and even certain veterans in the attempt to get their way?

On the BBC version of Top Gear, the hosts drove through Alabama with provocative slogans painted across their vehicles. The point was to solicit a violent response in mockery of the conservative culture of the American South. Wonder if these same champions of free speech would drive through Muslim neighborhoods in London in a truck advertising free pork barbecue.

Other than for purposes of social indoctrination, having a gay couple in the recent NCIS: New Orleans infant abduction episode didn’t add anything to the plot. The story would have virtually been the same if a normal heterosexual couple was featured.

It is said security upgrades to the White House perimeter are necessary in light of the ISIS threat. But weren't we told that they were just the "JV" team?

Jeb Bush admits he is concerned that the climate is changing. Apparently not so much so to curtail his travels across the country. That, ladies and gentleman, is a sacrifice you are to endure. Most likely once you are directed shortly to your Walmart reeducation center.

In a speech, Bill Clinton applauded ISIS's spirit of inclusion. Yet that withered sex fiend would probably launch a Branch Davidian style assault on Christian bakers declining to bake gay wedding cakes.

The character that was heterosexual enough to have two girlfriends in his previous X-Men cinematic appearance will apparently turn out to be GAY in the next film. Maybe he can have the hots for the Human Torch who went from White to being Black.

A Jihadist wanting to attack churches in France shot himself in the foot. Interestingly, he then sought medical attention from those he himself had wanted to murder. Would a Christian bent on similar mayhem in an Islamic nation have been extended such assistance or rather summarily executed?

On an episode of Generations Radio in which Adam McManus substituted as host, a Rushdoonyian author chastised the church for failing to heed the call of Douglas MacArthur to evangelize Japan following World War II. But if we are to hold to a Calvinist soteriology that the only ones saved are the ones God wants saved, isn’t that therefore God’s fault? Furthermore, on what grounds do you condemn believers who at the time might have been pursuing other paths God intended for their lives? I don’t exactly recall MacArthur dedicating his life to missions in the Pacific Rim after he was put in his place for insubordination by Truman. Why is it we are expected to neglect the children and elderly here in favor of foreign ones overseas?

In response to some issue, Greta Van Sustern said we should be raising “holy hell”. If the Scientology she holds to is the fundamental creed of the universe rather than Christianity, shouldn't she have instead invoked the name of the Swiss Mountain those of her worldview believe in which the cosmic tyrant Xenu is imprisoned?

A woman is accused of running over her husband with an SUV for failing to vote. Just imagine what the harpy would have done if he had left the toilet seat up.

Approximately half of Americans support gay marriage. If 50% of a population supported loading particular minorities into boxcars for transport for liquidation at designated facilities, would that make that action correct as well?

Regarding the mouthy broad that tried to be a comedian at the White House correspondents dinner. Isn't it hypocritical to denounce the impropriety of Hillary's appearance yet mock Rand Paul for supposedly wearing a wig?

A chess champion was bitch-slapped across social media for suggesting that men might be biologically hardwired on average to be better at chess than women. Do tolerancemongers intend to fly off the handle to the same extent when women are upheld as superior regarding certain activities?

A Baltimore mother is being praised for slapping her son over participating in the riots. But aren't some of the same liberals feigning praise for this assertive parenting also responsible for creating an atmosphere where many parents are reluctant to discipline their children for fear of retribution on the part of law enforcement or the social welfare establishment? Relatedly, would the media find this incident as amusing if a father slapped a marauding daughter?

A Baltimore law enforcement functionary asked in a press conference if the public wants force used against 13-15 year olds. If they are rioting and pillaging, why not?

During coverage of the riots, cable and broadcast networks should not bleep the profanity. Let the American people see and hear just how vile these marauders are.

If that one burning building was the White House, would President Obama want it looped over and over again on the evening news?

If President Obama can bring himself to admit that the destruction that transpired in Baltimore was not a protest, why can't he muster the remainder of the moral clarity to admit that it was a riot?

Juan Williams insisted that populations should be allowed to vent. Do these malcontents not have access to social media over their government provided smartphones?

Hillary Clinton laments that her heart breaks for all of these urban young men. And what about those whose property was destroyed? That is just the prelude to the revolution she and her fellow subversives agitate for.

On Fox News, there was a countdown ticker to 10:00 PM, reminding of the pending curfew. From a propagandistic standpoint, isn't that sort of itching for a riot by presenting it as a sort of apocalyptic Time Square New Year's Eve countdown?

The riots in Baltimore might not have been multicultural in the sense that the violence was perpetrated primarily by a ethnically homogeneous horde. However, these disturbances are in these sense that they are the outcome of spineless Whites that have for decades either fawned all over these listless deadbeats or remained tightlipped having been manipulated into believing tolerance and diversity are greater priorities than the protection of life and property. There is little hope when even prominent Fox News broadcasters drone on with class warfare rhetoric little different than whats regularly spewed over the airwaves by MSNBC ideologues.

Dana Perino enunciated on The Five on Fox News that being a single mother is the hardest job in the world. Regarding the ones never married, unless raped aren't these mothers the ones at fault for putting themselves into this lifestyle situation?

Fox News has reported that, during the Baltimore riots, police were initially ordered to stand down because “it is only property” that was to be looted and vandalized. Would the same perspective have prevailed if it was the White House endangered?

The property of innocent people should be valued more highly than the lives of the guilty endangering it.

The lawyer of Freddie Gray's family admonishes that now is the time for all cities to treat all people with dignity. Does this edict also apply to urban thugs that victimize unsuspecting Whites with the knockout game?

It has been suggested that over 5,000 perished in the Nepalese earthquake as judgment for that nation's acceptance of homosexuality. So all 5,000, some of whom dwell in the Earth's most remote regions, endorsed homosexuality? Could it just as easily be that that nation is in the area of the world's tallest mountains that happen to likely be under significant tectonic and seismic stress?

The Mayor of Baltimore vowed that no one in her city is above the law. Therefore, isn't she obligated to have Al Sharpton and one of his minions charged with assault for laying his hands on a Fox News reporter engaged in the exercise of his First Amendment rights?

Prior to his seizure of power, Obama called for the establishment of a national police force just as equipped and funded as the military. Why ought we to believe that it won't be just as deadly?

On The Five, Geraldo Rivera interviewed a demonstrating deadbeat. When asked his impression of the violence in Baltimore, the hoodlum responded that it was not his place to condemn violence. And what if it was this deadbeat's welfare shanty burned to the ground?

As a congressman in the legislative rather than the judicial branch of government, other than to foment additional upheaval and discord, why is Elijah Cummings handing down an opinion regarding indictments handed down in the investigation of Freddie Gray's death? Does this federal elected official provide public comment regarding every other motioned filed by the state's attorney's office? Does Cummings intend to speak out regarding the White resident making the mistake of trying to be a good citizen beaten into a coma for attempting to break up the altercation of two delinquents?

In reference to the Baltimore Orioles deciding to play a game in an empty stadium, Eric Boling of The Five on Fox News was reluctant to offer comment because doing so in his view would undermine the free market process. Too bad the broadcaster is not as respectful of individual families when he chastises and castigates parents reluctant to subject their children to verbally abusive coaches or to the bodily injuries inherent to a variety of organized sports.

If someone is denied a homestead property tax credit because they earn too high of an income or have too much saved in the bank (meaning it was not squandered on the latest iteration of the smartphone or flashy hubcaps more valuable than the car they spin upon), they’ve given back more than a reasonable share to the COMMUNITY for the upcoming year.

Typical. Baltimore mayor suggesting human filth desiring such should be offered a space in which they can destroy herself lives in a gated COMMUNITY.

By Frederick Meekins

Texas Ranger Claims Government Has Deployed Deathcamp Transports

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Do Rumors Of Hillary’s Menstrual Cycle Qualify Her For The Oval Office?

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Media Elites Agitate For Christless Christianity

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Which Apostate Will Assume The Leadership Of The Episcopal Church?

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Would Rick Santorum Allow Bruce Jenner To Escort Underage Girls Into The Lady’s Room?

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Obama Threatens Additional Riots Unless Black Youths Lavished With Handouts

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Will Male Genitals Be Allowed To Matriculate At Women’s College?

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Pastor Insists Trayvonites Looting City Should Be Applauded For Doing God’s Work

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Will Moral Deviants Penetrate The Backdoor Of The Church?

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Saturday, May 02, 2015

Morgan Freeman Hints Property Destruction No Big Deal

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If He Leaves Office, Will Obama Foment Violent Revolution?

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Friday, May 01, 2015

No Mere Consideration: The Apologetic Quandaries Found In The Lewis Classic

Psalms 14:1 says, “The fool says in his heart, 'There is no God'.” Only those seeking to live in utter irrationality can ignore the arguments made in favor of the God of the Bible by C.S. Lewis in “Mere Christianity”. Three of the most compelling issues the skeptic will have to confront when reading this classic include the universality of the moral law, the existence of a personal God as Creator of the Universe, and whether Jesus is who He says He is.

Fundamental to the creed of the contemporary skeptic is the notion that everything is relative and that there are no absolutes. However, that is itself an absolute. And no matter how cool it is to feign the attitude that one exists beyond right and wrong, no one wants to be treated as if right and wrong did not exist.

Of this universal truth, Lewis observes, “Whenever you find a man who says he does not believe in a real Right or Wrong, you will find the man going back on this a moment later. He may break his promise to you, but if you try breaking one to him he will be complaining 'It's not fair' before you can say 'Jack Robinson' (15).”

Since law exists whether we like it or not, it must have a source beyond us in order to be binding upon us and to avoid degenerating into a matter of mere preference or opinion. Since this universal law represents the codification of a set of principles, it could not have come about as a result of random choice, but rather through some kind of purposeful intelligence. Thus, a second issue confronting the skeptic in “Mere Christianity” is whether the source of this law is personal or impersonal.

The views regarding God can be divided into two basic viewpoints. On the one hand, pantheism believes, in the words of Lewis, that “God animates the universe as you animate your body: that the universe is almost God (30).” Traditional monotheists, on the other hand, believe that God is distinct from creation in a manner similar to “...a man making a picture or composing a tune...A painter is not a picture (30).”

From our understanding of law as a set of principles established for determining right and wrong, the monotheistic conception would be the one most in keeping with the evidence. For if God and the universe were co-terminus as postulated by the pantheists, by definition whatever is, is ought. Only by being distinct from what He has made is God justified in pronouncing judgment upon it.

Since God is the source of perfection and man so marked by imperfection, there must be some way for these seemingly irreconcilable twains to meet. Since man is imperfect, there is nothing he can do of his own merit to bring himself to God's level. Rather, the imperfect can only be made whole and elevated to a higher status on the terms of the perfect.

Since God is the ultimate authority and source of power, it is up to Him to determine the method through which man can be reconciled to God. Of all of the religions of the world, orthodox Biblical Christianity is the only one where that particular belief's conception of salvation is not granted on the basis of the adherent's own merit or accomplishment but rather as a result through the realization that one's own works are as filthy rags and by throwing oneself on the mercy of a loving God willing to extend forgiveness to those embracing what God has done for them rather than on what they have done for Him. In the Christian tradition, this eternal pardon is granted to those believing that Jesus as the only Son of God lived the perfect life that we could not, suffered and died upon the cross for the sins of the world, and rose in bodily form from the dead.

Thus, the most important issue the skeptic is forced to confront is exactly who do they think Jesus is. Impressed with the morals of Jesus but not wanting to admit that they themselves are sinners, most unbelievers think they are broadminded enough by giving Jesus an esteemed status as an ethical teacher from the past with no present claim on their lives.

However, as Lewis points out, a moral person would not say the things about himself that Jesus said about Himself. Lewis writes, “A man who...said the sort of things Jesus said would not be a great moral teacher. He would be a lunatic --- on a level with a man who says he is a poached egg --- or else he would be the Devil of Hell. You must make your choice (41).”

Much of the spiritual danger of the contemporary world lies in the numerous distractions available to those preferring to avoid those fundamental questions nagging at the human soul. C.S. Lewis, in “Mere Christianity”, forces the reader to confront these issues in an engaging and forthright manner.

By Frederick Meekins

Star Trek: Voyager Episode Approached Creation Theory From The Perspective Of Sapient Sauropods

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Sharpton Advocates Soviet-Style Policing

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Are The Prospects Of A New Star Trek TV Series Dead, Jim?

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The Need For Faithful Ministers

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TD Jakes Blames Riots On Those Unwilling To Compromise With Non-Trinitatrian Modalists

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Trayvonites Beat White Property Owner Into A Coma

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Typical. Baltimore mayor suggesting human filth desiring such should be offered a space in which they can destroy herself lives in a gated COMMUNITY.

Al Sharpton Physically Assaults Reporter In Hate Crime Against The First Amendment

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Would Southern Baptist Hierarchs Attend The National Aryan Christian Leadership Conference?

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If someone is denied a homestead property tax credit because they earn too high of an income or have too much saved in the bank (meaning it was not squandered on the latest iteration of the smartphone or flashy hubcaps more valuable than the car they spin upon), they’ve given back more than a reasonable share to the COMMUNITY for the upcoming year.

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Subversive Abets Violent Upheaval

The former head of the New Black Panther Party Malik Shabazz insisted that the young hooligans tossing bricks and setting things ablaze still need to be extended love.

But what of the property owners that were not involved in the death of Freddie Gray?

And what of the White race whom Malik Shabazz in the past has threatened violence against?

In his observations of the Baltimore riots, Malik Shabazz proudly remarked how the rampagers reminded him of the Palestinians.

That comment is quite instructive.

If one is going to make favorable comparisons with that particular insurgency movement, just what other aspects of that worldview will you have incorporated into that of your own?

This is especially a concern if you are going to view the police and national guard as an occupying force as played by Israel in that particular narrative.

For you see, revolutionary Palestinianism holds as a fundamental principle that its adherents will not rest until every last Jew is driven into the sea.

Does Shabazz hold to a similar presupposition advocating that similar things be done to Americans that, to paraphrase President Obama's own words, don't look like Trayvon?

Furthermore, it should be noted that Shabazz wasn't simply making idle conversation to prevent an awkward broadcast silence.

According to Wikipedia, the following quote is attributed to this esteemed rhetorician. “Kill every GD Zionist in Israel: GD little babies, GD old ladies. Blow up Zionist supermarkets.”

In light of the violence erupting in American cities, are you sure that your infatuation with tolerance and diversity will protect you from this outright subversive and aspiring terrorist?

By Frederick Meekins

Magento Connection To Quicksilver & Scarlet Retconned Out Of Avengers: Age Of Ultron

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Food Fascists Delcare Jihad Against Oreoes

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ISIS Insurgents Stoke Riots

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Leftwing Catholics Egg On Violent Upheaval

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Monday, April 27, 2015

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Cultural Apologist Apparently Values That Of Africa Over America

Pastor Voddie Bachaum is fleeing to Africa on the grounds of the spiritual despair plaguing much of that continent.

Things going so well here that a minister considering cultural apologetics as one of his areas of expertise left with nothing to do?

Marriage has gone back to being solely between a man and a woman?

Gays quietly keeping their proclivities to themselves as a result of good old fashioned shame?

The vast majority of children being born to married couples?

And those that aren't either adopted into loving families or at least raised by biological parents that love the children enough to maintain a facade in front of the child that they tolerate each other and can get along civilly?

Rap music shifted its lyrics now to extol a lifestyle of sober frugality and personal industry?

In detailing his missionary expedition to Africa, pastor and cultural apologist Voddie Baucham points out that he is not a theological renegade but is rather being sent from his local church to a local church.

Extrapolating from that logic, does that mean in our own contexts that the hands (or perhaps more importantly the tongue) of the average believer is tied unless church authorities allow you to evangelize?

From that presupposiition, it seems that it is illegitimate to conduct missions or evangelism as a form of God's work apart from the approval of one's church.

Baucham identifies himself as a part of the Reformed movement.

A fundamental perspective of that particular theological outlook constricts the separation between secular and sacred work to the point where that the division is nearly nonexistent.

Therefore, if all work is God's work, should the church have veto power regarding what profession the individual decides to pursue or if they go into business on the path of entrepreneurship?

If one is going out as a missionary in the name of a particular congregation, that is one thing and you should be answerable to their authority as an employee.

However, if you are conducting outreach under the terms of the general mandate where one is essentially admonished to make a nuisance of oneself by interjecting religion into the workplace and in passing conversations with the neighbors, on what grounds do you condemn if a believer decides to share the Gospel down the street or halfway around the world?

In this sermon justifying his self-imposed exile to Africa, Voddie Baucham criticized men that pursue seminary education in general and in particular those that use that education to find employment at another church without the approval or oversight of what would be categorized as the student's home church.

But is it really the place of the church to deny an individual's access to knowledge?

For that is a mindset characterizing Gnostic-oriented sects such as Mormonism and Freemasonry.

The Christian position is that knowledge should be available to anyone willing to pursue it.

Other than a character reference to assure that the applicant has not been caught with hands on little children, on other men's wives, or in the collection plate, should a single church have that much sway over your ecclesiastical career prospects or ministry opportunities?

By Frederick Meekins

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Should British Taxpayers Fund The TARDIS?

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Friday, April 24, 2015

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Did Mila Kunis Steal Another Woman’s Cock?

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Regarding Voddie Baucham’s move to Africa. If he has a job there, does that mean the rest of us should get online and beg for money when we want to move to another area?

Composting Girl Friend The Earth Day’s Founder’s Ultimate Act Of Recycling

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On an episode of Generations Radio in which Adam McManus substituted as host, a Rushdoonyian author chastised the church for failing to heed the call of Douglas MacArthur to evangelize Japan following World War II. But if we are to hold to a Calvinist soteriology that the only ones saved are the ones God wants saved, isn’t that therefore God’s fault? Furthermore, on what grounds do you condemn believers who at the time might have been pursuing other paths God intended for their lives? I don’t exactly recall MacArthur dedicating his life to missions in the Pacific Rim after he was put in his place for insubordination by Truman. Why is it we are expected to neglect the children and elderly here in favor of foreign ones overseas?

Catholics Call For Removal Of Archbishop Insisting Catholic Education Ought To Be Catholic

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Will Bobba Fett & Grand Admiral Thrawn Make Appearances In The New Star Wars Films?

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Depraved Seminarian Hypothesizes Jesus Was Transsexual

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Interesting. The character that was heterosexual enough to have two girlfriends in his previous X-Men cinematic appearance will apparently turn out to be GAY in the next film. Maybe he can have the hots for the Human Torch who went from White to being Black.

To What Extent Should A Child Be Compelled To Surrender Property To Those To Whom They Feel No Compulsion?

A Christianity Today article ponders to what extent should a child be compelled to share their possessions with those to whom they do not feel such a desire.

This is a valid concern.

One might say my grandparents were, literally, generous to a fault.

From an era in which one seldom questioned authority if you wanted to be considered an acceptable Christian, they would often pressure my mom to give away what few possessions that their borderline poverty family could afford.

To this day, this still hurts my mom emotionally when she is feeling down.

Especially when so many of those this generosity was extended to ended up not giving the proverbial damn about either my grandparents or my mother.

It is refreshing to see Christianity Today will still publish a rare conservative perspective occasionally.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

A Review Of “Why I Am Not A Christian” By Bertrand Russell

Without a doubt, Bertrand Russell stands as one of the most formidable minds of the modern era. Through his efforts with Alfred North Whitehead in “Principia Mathematica”, Russell further elaborated the relationship between mathematics and deductive logic. Russell's endeavors, however, were not confined to complex philosophical treatises having little influence outside of academic circles. Russell's work spanned the intellectual spectrum, ranging from works on the history of philosophy to international relations and political theory. Russell even produced newspaper articles for mass consumption. But despite his prolific intellectual output, Russell did not apply his mathematician's logic and objectivity to much of his non-scientific thought, especially in the area of religion as embodied by his work “Why I Am Not A Christian”.

Instead of addressing a single topic throughout the entire work, “Why I Am Not A Christian” is a collection of articles and essays addressing Russell's position on religious matters in general and issues regarding Christianity in particular. Proverbs 23:7 says, “For as he thinketh in his heart, so he is.” Many times influential voices speaking in the opinion-molding institutions of academia and media contend that one's views on religion do not necessarily impact other areas of existence such as the political or the sociological. Scripture teaches that this popular opinion is incorrect. However, the Bible is not readily accepted by those arguing for the mentioned opinion. Even though the work argues against the traditional positions of Christianity, the power of “Why I Am Not A Christian” resides in how it links one's views regarding religion with one's beliefs about society and the world despite the author's attempt to argue otherwise.

Russell's religious beliefs (or lack thereof) found their basis in his position that the theistic proofs are not as conclusive as believers make them out to be. When asked what he would say if confronted by the Creator at his death, Russell said he would respond by saying, “God! Why did you make evidence of your existence so insufficient?”

In “Why I Am Not A Christian”, Russell proceeds to critique each of these arguments. None of them escape his scathing scrutiny. Of the argument from the First Cause, Russell remarks that, if everything must have a cause, then God cannot be the uncaused cause by those following in the intellectual lineage of Aquinas. Russell claims that this argument actually results in an endless digression of creators begetting creators much like those mythological cosmologies where the Earth rests atop an elephant resting atop a tortoise etc. etc (7).

From the outset, Russell argues from faulty notions. According to Norman Geisler in “Introduction To Philosophy: A Christian Perspective”, in a thoroughly naturalistic context something cannot come from nothing. But by its definition, a noncontingent being does not require a cause since its existence is complete in itself (289). Only finite contingent beings require a cause.

The next proofs tackled by Russell are the arguments for the existence of God from the evidence of creation. Russell argues that, in the light of Einsteinian relativity, the Newtonian system of natural law is not as binding upon the universe as originally thought. Therefore, these scientific principles cannot be used to argue for the existence of a rational creator. However, one could turn the tables on Russell and point out that the revelations of Einsteinian physics actually provide a better testimony to the existence of God than even the previous Newtonian model.

According to Russell, natural law is nothing more than statistical averages resulting from the laws of chance (Russell, 8). John Warwick Montgomery in “Faith Founded On Fact” rebuts Russell's position by pointing out that the Einsteinian and quantum paradigms actually allow for miracles while maintaining that an ordered universe exists. In those systems attempting to account for the totality of the physical universe, it is God who keeps the universe from instantaneously dissolving into the chaos of individual atoms flying off into their own paths and who can rearrange the normal operations of reality when doing so suits His greater glory such as turning water into wine and resurrecting the dead (Montgomery, 43).

Besides drawing faulty conclusions regarding the validity of the theistic proofs, Russell errs as to their purpose as well. Russell is correct in pointing out that these arguments do leave room for some doubt. Yet this can be said about any other linguistically synthetic proposition about the world as well.

If one wants to get really nit-picky about the matter, one could doubt whether Bertrand Russell himself even existed since the Analysts were not above doubting the veracity of historical knowledge. As much as it might irritate the so-called “scientific mind”, one cannot exist without exercising some degree and kind of faith.

The theistic proofs can serve as a guide pointing towards faith or as a mechanism to help rationally clarify it. They do not properly serve as a replacement for it. Norman Geisler points out that one ought not to believe in God because of the theistic proofs. Rather, the theistic proofs provide one with a basis to reasonably assert that God exists (Geisler, 269).

Having taken on the first person of the triune Godhead, Russell turns his sites onto the second, the Lord Jesus Christ. To his perverse credit in a perverse sort way, Russell does not hind behind the phony religiosity of the liberal and the modernist which states, “Jesus was a good teacher, but...”

Russell openly wonders whether or not Christ even existed. And even if He did, Russell asserts, Jesus is far from being the greatest among human teachers as asserted by the likes of the Unitarians and the New Age movement. At best, according to Russell's scorecard, Jesus comes in at a distant third behind Socrates and Buddha (16). According to Russell, Christ's greatest flaw was His belief in the reality of Hell and His condemnation of those who would not heed the Messiah's call. Socrates provides a superior moral example since Socrates did not verbally castigate his detractors (Russell, 17).

Russell's disdain for those believing in the reality of Hell exposes his own bias rather than prove his dedication to the ideas of truth that he invokes elsewhere to undermine the claims of religious faith. In appraising the idea of Hell, Russell does not give much consideration to the realm of eternal damnation, instead dismissing the concept as a cruel idea (18). But if Hell is real, is not Christ doing the proper thing in warning how such a terrible fate might be avoided? Employing Russell's line of reasoning, it becomes cruel to chastise someone standing under a tall tree with a piece of sheet metal during a thunderstorm since such an exhortation also warns of the dire consequences likely to result from such foolish behavior.

But while Russell questions the historicity of Jesus Christ, he readily accepts that of Buddha even though Christ is perhaps the best documented figure of ancient history. The first accounts of Buddha appear nearly 500 years after the death of that particular religious figure. Those regarding Jesus appear within the first several decades following the Crucifixion.

Allegedly having removed God from His thrown as sovereign of the universe, Russell proceeds to lay out what he does believe primarily in the chapter titled “What I Believe”. Replacing religion as the tool by which man approaches the world, Russell would have man utilize science to determine meaning, reducing the totality of reality to that of mere physics (50). To Russell, even thought is nothing more than the chemical components and electrical impulses arising from the brain's physical composition.

Yet despite believing the material world to be ultimate, Russell saw no problem with making pronouncements regarding the areas of life transcending the material base such as ethics and social organization. Russell boldly states in italicized print for all to read, “The good life is one inspired by love and guided by knowledge (56).” However, elsewhere in the very same chapter, Russell says, “...nature in itself is neutral, neither good nor bad (55).”

If humanity is nothing more than the sum of the physical composition of the species, it is then inappropriate to elaborate a theory of morality. Morality poured into such a naturalistic crucible becomes nothing more than individual personal preferences, which do seem to serve as Russell's source of moral reasoning. According to Russell, traditional morality is based upon cruelty and ignorance. However, according to John Frame in “Apologetics To The Glory Of God”, to invoke the values of love and knowledge (even when done so to undermine traditional conceptions of virtue) is to inadvertently defend the divinely established order of creation traditional moral values rests upon in the first place since such values are only desirable if a divinely created hierarchy exists (93-102).

Ultimately, one cannot craft a system of ethics solely based on science legitimately defined as science. At best, science can only assess and clarify the situations to which moral principles must be applied. To say that science is the source of moral values is to argue for a scientism or a naturalism as loaded with as many conceptual presuppositions as any theistic creed.

One can base one's ethical beliefs on the record of Scripture, which II Timothy 3:16 says is given by inspiration of God and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for corrections, and for instruction in righteousness. Or, one can operate under man's own unaided reason, which is finite, corruptible, and known to change every five to ten years subject to FDA approval. History reveals which has the far better track record.

Unlike many Christians who do not take their worldview outside the church sanctuary or seminary classroom, Bertrand Russell was not one content to keep his philosophy and ideology confined to the level of an academic exercise. In terms of political activism, this was manifested by his vocal opposition to the nuclear diplomacy engaged in by both the United States and the Soviet Union during the tensest days of the Cold War.

However, the application of Russell's worldview did not always lead him to pursue admirable yet perhaps naive goals such as world peace. In fact, Presbyterian minister D.James Kennedy suggests in “Character & Destiny: A Nation In Search Of Its Soul” that Russell may have formulated his philosophical position regarding religious matters as a justification for his erotic proclivities, the lanky intellectual having actually had numerous adulterous relationships including philanderous escapades with the daughters of friends and colleagues (173). In fact, Russell social views derived from his foundational assumptions sparked considerable controversy. After all, it was not his “Principia Mathematica” that cost him a professorship at the City College of New York but rather his views regarding marriage and personal morality.

Seeing man soley as the product of natural processes and merely as a highly evolved animal, Russell's views regarding human intimacy and procreation reflect this sentiment. According to Russell, much of traditional morality --- especially that dealing with sexual ethics --- is based upon superstition. In fact, Russell believes that it would be beneficial for society and family life if the traditional understanding of monogamous, life-long, God-ordained marriage was openly violated. In these matters, Russell sounds much like a contemporary Planned Parenthood operative or public school sex educator. For example, Russell argues for no-fault divorce, unhampered sexual promiscuity provided children do not result from such illicit unions, and for temporary trial marriages not unlike the phenomena of cohabitation (Russell, 168-178).

Despite his attempts to expand human freedom and happiness in regards to these matters, Russell's proposals are in reality prescriptions for heartache and disaster. The segment of society sustaining the highest number of casualties in the sexual revolution are the young that Russell had hoped to liberate. According to syndicated columnist Cal Thomas in “The Death Of Ethics In America”, by the age of twenty-one 81% of unmarried males and 60% of unmarried females have had sexual intercourse. However, such carnal stimulation is not necessarily the fulfilling personal growth opportunity Russell claimed it would be.

Venereal diseases rank as the number one form of communicable illness in the United States. And the varieties of this pestilence prevalent today do not always react as well to penicillin as those ravaging the morally deviant of Professor Russell's day (Thomas, 92). Those engaging in Dr. Russell's trial marriages --- what use to be referred to as living in sin --- fare little better. Those participating in such arrangements on average go on to experience higher levels of marital discord and incidents of divorce.

God did not establish the regulations regarding human intimacy in order to rain on everybody's parade. These rules were promulgated in order to bring about the maximum degree of individual well-being and personal happiness. Matthew 19:5 says, “For this cause a man shall leave his father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife; and the two shall become one flesh. Hebrews 13:4 adds, “Marriage is honorable in all and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge.”

To his credit and the shame of the church, Russell does note how women have over the course of history often endured oppressive marriages many times under the sanction and justification of misunderstood interpretations regarding marital submission. However, any cruelty justified under this command is a misinterpretation of the passage's true intent. In Ephesians 5:25, just two verses away from the famous Scripture misused as an excuse for all manner of masculine cruelty, the Bible clearly reads, “Husbands, love your wives even as Christ loved the church.” This love is to be a sacrificial and gentle love; not the decree of a tyrant even though the husband is the king of the house. Studies indicate that, in reality, marriage is far safer for women than the live-in arrangements advocated by Russell under the euphemism of temporary marriage.

Having dismissed the traditional family and religion (both organized and otherwise) as impediments to humanity's progress, Russell puts his hope for the betterment of mankind in the state. Rather than punish individuals committing sins so heinous that they infringe upon the well-being of society, the state is to manipulate human behavior in order to bring about desired outcomes beneficial to the greater community. In fact, according to Russell, sin defined as an action committed by an individual in defiance of the universal moral order as established by an omnipotent creator does not exist. Sin is merely that which is disliked by those controlling education (159).

Even those committing the most heinous deeds are not beyond the pale of psychological reprogramming or pity much like that lavished upon a wayward dog that cannot help scratching up the furniture. To bring about his scientific utopia, the state would be granted expansive powers in even those most private aspects of existence. For example, Russell's state would go so far as to decree that children must be confiscated from their parents and raised by trained statist experts (Russell, 163).

Russell also suffers from the same paradox afflicting Marx and other socialists in that Russell desires to shrink the power of the state while at the same time dramatically increasing it. While wanting to put economic power into the hands of workers through a system of guilds and syndicates, Russell also sought to establish a world state having a monopoly on the use of force as well as establish guaranteed incomes and the human breeding restrictions mentioned earlier.

The issues raised by Russell's political opinions still possess relevance today with much of contemporary civic discourse an ongoing debate regarding the very kinds of policies advocated by Russell and his leftwing associates. F.A. Hayek noted in “The Road To Serfdom” that, while liberals might have naive but benevolent intentions behind their social engineering proposals, these ultimately require more bloodthirsty totalitarians or others of a similar vain lacking concern for innate human freedoms and constitutional liberties. Even Russell admits that much of human liberty is the result of the interplay between church and state (185). What then would result should the influence be nullified as Russell proposes?

Reflecting upon Russell's proposal of state-run childcare, it is highly doubtful whether or not such a program could be implemented without a great deal of bloodshed or a massive multi-generational conspiracy such as Hillary Clinton's it takes a village mentality and the United Nation's Convention on the Rights of The Child. Programs and policy outlooks such as these seek to alter the fundamental nature of the family primarily through bureaucratic stealth and covert legislative manipulation. Realizing that the proclivities towards marriage and family ran so deeply in the human psyche, even the Soviets had to back off their plank to so openly undermine the oldest of human institutions as part of their diabolical agenda.

And while the wars plaguing mankind are deplorable, the geopolitical landscape allowing them to arise is still preferable to the global tyranny and persecution that would result from a planetary regime that would impose its iron will on any portion of the world refusing to heed its edicts and decrees. At least under the current world order, a small percentage of humanity is able to enjoy some measure of freedom until the Lord's Second Coming.

Contrary to what even the National Rifle Association claims, America's Founding Fathers did not draft the Second Amendment to protect skeet shooting and squirrel hunting. Instead, this constitutional provision established a sense of liberty by creating tension between freemen and the operatives of the state by implying violence could result should government authorities over step the confines of their legitimate powers. Something similar is true with a system of nation-states competing with one another, none of which can tyrannize all of mankind at one time.

By reading “Why I Am Not A Christian”, one is reminded that the current culture war besieging America did not begin with either the inaugurations of Bill Clinton or Barack Obama. It is in fact decades and even centuries old. While setting out an agenda and its ideological justification, Russell's “Why I Am Not A Christian” also provides a glimpse into the cultural disputes of another era.

The final chapter of the book consists of an appendix detailing the court case that ultimately prevented Russell from obtaining a professorship of mathematical and scientific philosophy. Whether or not Russell's critics should have acted so vehemently is open to debate as (to utilize a phrase just employed) there is some virtue to settling things through “open debate” with each side detailing their merits and revealing the weaknesses in the arguments of their opponents. However, history has shown that the concerns raised by those opposed to Russell's appointment were based in legitimate fears.

Though Russell cannot bear sole guilt as much of that must also go to his colleagues sharing in his worldview of loose sex and paternalistic government, this philosophy has gained such prominence in social institutions such as education, entertainment, and even religion. Regard for the family and human life has deteriorated to such a degree that is has become regular to hear in news reports of former mailmen mowing down with machine guns their fellow employees (the act itself now referred to as “going postal”) or of prom queens killing their newborns between dances. The world has never been perfect since the expulsion from Eden, but seldom in history has there been times where such outright evil is openly justified by those in authority such as certain psychologists, elected officials, and media personalities.

Bertrand Russell's “Why I Am Not A Christian” will not stand as a classic regarding what is explicitly written upon the pages. For the highest rational principle appealed to is that the world should enshrine the thoughts and preferences of Bertrand Russell simply because they are the thoughts and utterances of Bertrand Russell. However, the message it propounds between the lines of each man serving as his own god ranks among the central apologetic challenges of this or any other era. The clear style and detectable fallacies found within the pages of Russell's “Why I Am Not A Christian” will prepare Christians to take on more sophisticated versions of these arguments wherever they might appear.

By Frederick Meekins

The Remaking Of A Modern Mind

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Radical Homeschooler Insinuates You Are Obligated To Repent For Other People’s Homosexuality

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Police Retain Seized Funds Despite Evidence Of No Crime

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Obama Silent On Christians Tossed Overboard By Savage Sandheathens

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Mystery Affliction Sweeps Across Nigeria

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Butch Pedagogue Threatens To Brainwash Toddlers To Embrace Depravity

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Monday, April 20, 2015

Lutheranism 101: Church, Government & Pastors

Should Allegiance To Certain Church Movements Excuse Profound Moral Failings?

The following quote attributed to Jack Hyles was printed in a church bulletin: “The time consumed between the opportunity to do right and the doing of the right is often spent trying to justify doing wrong.”

A valid observation.

Sort of like the time Hyles concocted a convoluted doctrine not unlike that of Mormon celestial marriage to justify him spending more emotionally intimate time with the church secretary than his actual wife.

Then there was also the time Hyles summoned the deacons to the pulpit and had them vow before the congregation how these church officers were willing to take a bullet if so directed by the pastor.

Will the church bulletin be providing edifying Chesterton quotes in the upcoming weeks and months as well?

Likely not.

For the wisdom of this journalist will likely be disqualified for such an honor because of his ultimate conversion to Roman Catholicism.

For you see, in the brand of Christianity that celebrates ecclesiastical separation as something akin to a prime directive, it is not enough for a thinker to have enunciated an observation or proposition exuding truth.

Often, it is even more important that the intellectual under consideration hold membership in the right organizations and avoid contact with movements condemned as beyond a narrow pale of acceptability.

How else under the lofty identity of Fundamental Independent Baptist can one justify promoting a ministry that has profoundly harmed unnumbered throngs while likely numbering among history's reprobates some of the most gifted writers to ever contemplate the human condition?

By Frederick Meekins

Will Obama Turn Walmart Complexes Into Extermination Camps?

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Other than for purposes of social indoctrination, having a gay couple in the recent NCIS: New Orleans infant abduction story didn’t add anything to the plot.

Is The New World Order Attempting To Starve Americans In Martial Law Exercise?

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Will Obama Lavish Reparations Upon Multigenerational Deadbeats?

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ISIS Radicals Conspire To Exploit White Liberal Guilt

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Does Brittney McHenry invoking her celebrity status in a confrontation with a tow company differ all that appreciably from the verbal manipulations engaged in by law enforcement, racial activists, and even certain veterans in the attempt to get their way?

Is Michelle Obama The Biggest Welfare Mooch Of Them All?

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Will Obama Expend Nearly 300,000 Gallons Of Fuel At Earth Day Appearance Insisting You Have Too Much?

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Sunday, April 19, 2015

Portly Ecclesiastical Crones Join Al Shaprton In Hungerstrike

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Vatican Spanks Doctrinally Errant Nuns

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Saturday, April 18, 2015

Friday, April 17, 2015

Woman Not Wanting Her Ass Cheeks Smeared Across The Internet Should Have Covered Them Over

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Britt McHenry still hasn’t destroyed as much property as the average Occupy movement beatnik or Ferguson vandal.

Regarding the Britt McHenry tirade. Did she just bore into the woman at the counter or was something said to her that set her off?

AD Miniseries Denounced As Catholic Mysticism

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It was criticized that most youth pastors are young. Maybe so. But if aspiring ministers don’t start at this level, when these individuals apply for more senior positions later in their careers will search committees toss in their faces that they are insufficiently experienced?

Will New Star Wars Trilogy Resurrect Vader?

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White Self-Loathing Infects Southern Baptist Leadership

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Are The Young Fleeing Christianity Because Of The Incessant Obligation To Have Fakey Smile Slapped Across Your Face?

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But Didn’t Greedo Ask For Frito Lays Before Han Solo Shot Him?

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Teacher Invokes Underprivileged Status Of Students To Justify Intelligence Gathering Operation

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Girl Scouts Consider Transvestite Recruits

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Thursday, April 16, 2015

Atlantis & The Coming Ice Age

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Students Held Hostage During Hillary Propaganda Stop

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Should Church Members Submit To Pastoral Interogations?

In an interview on Generation’s Radio, Albert Martin --- former pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Montville, New Jersey --- elaborated fondly that over the course of his ministry there that it was the practice to inflict upon the members of the congregation an annual inspection in their homes.

During this interrogation, he would gather intelligence as to the spiritual state of the occupants. His interlocutories would assess areas such devotional life, quality of marriage, and the extent to which the residents were “integrated” into the church.

And what if a church member refuses to allow a member of church leadership into their home?

So long as a member is not bedding someone other than their mate, leaving bruises on a spouse, or does not themselves instigate a request for assistance from the church, is the state of your marriage or what goes on in your home really any of the pastor’s business?

by Frederick Meekins

Revolution To Conclude As Digital Comic

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Should Black Youths Be Lavished With Applause For What Is Simply Expected Of Other Demographics?

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Regarding the gyrocopter assault on the Capitol lawn. Is life so miserable as a result of campaign finance reform to likely endanger a post office pension over?

Leftist Catholic Lush Chris Matthews Calls For Exclusion Of Conservative Evangelicals From American Politics

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Vatican To Expand Carbon Footprint Expelling Gas In Favor Of Global Warming

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Governor Stokes Jihadist Uprising In Iowa

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Interesting. If you learn about Alexander the Great under the auspices of a traditional Western Civilization course, it is racist oppression. However, if you learn about him during a course on homosexual history, you are being liberating from the heteronormative hegemony.

Make A Joyful Noise To Irritate The Depraved

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In a sermon, a pastor admonished that not only is one required to come to worship but that one must come in a spirit of Sabbath rest. Some people just can’t turn off their minds. Once again, would it rather be that people don’t show up at all?

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Catholic Bioethicists Warn Of Transhumanism’s Assault Against Human Nature

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Fanatic Legalist Damns American Service Personnel As Babykilling Perverts

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Muslims Allowed To Defile Christian Church With Apostate Worship

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Should Deluded Weirdos Be Allowed To Mutilate Their Birth Certificates Prior To Their Genitals?

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In a sermon on Christian apathy, fanatic legalist Jason Cooley condemned the entire U.S. military over the actions of a few errant soldiers. Therefore, extrapolating the pastor’s logic, ought we to condemn the entire Independent Fundamentalist Baptist movement for its errant sex crimes that are comparable to any Vatican debaucheries?

Aging German Harlot Volunteers As Breeding Sow

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In a sermon, a pastor berated the congregation for not knowing where Zephaniah was in the Bible. Perhaps he would rather they never return to the church he pastors.

Does Tim McGraw Oppose To The Second Amendment?

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Catholic School Insists Depravity Must Be Whitewashed

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Trayvonite Deadbeats Beswarm Unsuspecting Motorists

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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Tolerancemongers Police Jeb Bush's Racial Background

Tolerancemongers are in an uproar over Jeb Bush selecting the category of Latino on a voter registration form.

Apart from kowtowing to threats of mob violence, there really isn't much of anything that can be done about his claim.

For you see, acceptable definitions of the demographic categorization include individuals who self-identify as Latino and who share a language or cultural heritage.

Jeb speaks fluent Spanish and married a Mexican woman.

In a number of his policies, he favors his adopted compatriots over his genetic kinsman.

Shouldn't America be more outraged that here, well into the 21st century, that voter identification procedures still collect intelligence as to a citizen's racial or ethnic background?

Furthermore, what about these Hispanosupremacists now insisting that they do not want any of “HIS KIND” (meaning Jeb Bush) to consider themselves among their number?

Isn't this a greater outrage than Ross Perot uttering “You people” at an NAACP rally?

Even more importantly, how is this appreciably different than the Nazis that would disqualify for membership in the Volk or COMMUNITY anyone they deemed polluted or contaminated by so called “Jewish blood”?

by Frederick Meekins

Will Wonder Woman’s Pussy Get Big Screen Play Time?

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Pentagon Eggheads Undermine America’s Founding Documents

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Vatican Exorcists Issue Warning Regarding Seductive Vampires

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Former Protestant Eagerly Surrenders Fate Of His Soul To Vatican Functionaries

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Producers Give The Flash Jungle Fever To Placate Tolerancemongers

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In a chapel address, a pastor remarked to the assembled students about the Christian tendency to condemn fellow believers for behaviors and decisions that are not necessarily sins. But don’t many pick up a number of these peculiarities from the litany of regulations imposed upon them in their formative years in the Christian schools that they are expected to attend? If not, is the student going to be allowed to slide by if at this school if they smuggle a Harry Potter novel or even a G.I. Joe comic book were smuggled onto the campus?

In a chapel address at a Christian school uploaded onto, the pastor admonished that he did not want students giggling during what the minister considered the discussion of a mature topic. But if youngsters giggle during a topic that makes the students uncomfortable, shouldn’t that be considered a blessing that the pupils still possess a degree of innocence? For does not the Scripture lament those no longer able to blush?

Catholic Bishop Confesses He Didn’t Realize Pedophilia Was A Crime

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Should School Systems Be Reorganized To Placate Immigrant Malcontents?

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Monday, April 13, 2015

False Teaching In The 21st Century Church

So if we are to believe David Wilkerson had powers of precognition beyond deductive observation and analysis, why didn’t he foresee the traffic accident that took his life in a manner that could have prevented this tragedy?

So in analyzing the decline of Christianity in America, does Jim Bakker reflect upon the role he played in that?

In peddling survivalist rations, does Jim Bakker also intend to provide the firearms to prevent the theft of such provisions by rape gangs?

Jim Bakker Takes Interest In Tom Horn's Vatican Warnings

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Interesting. In the 1980’s, Jim Bakker’s racket was resort hotel timeshares. Now it seems to be survivalist rations.

Increasing Number Of Roman Catholics Insist God Moving The Church To Embrace Gay Marriage

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Fanatic Homeschooler Equates Singles With Filthy Vagrants

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Prolifers Insist Power Of Prayer Limited By Geography

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Students Given Extra Credit If Not Particular As To Whom Strokes Their Privates

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Does The Head Of Southern Baptist Missions Travel Across The Country In Luxury Browbeating Congregations Regarding World Poverty?

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Afrosupremacist Judge Sanctions The Victimization Of White Children

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Will those that have complained incessantly about Jesus and the Apostles being “too Anglo” in certain narrative Bible productions speak out about John the Beloved appearing as Black in the AD miniseries. I thought it was Simon of Cyrene before figuring it out.

Depraved Presbyterians Wallow In Infant Sacrifice

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Apostate Bishops Proclaim Sound Doctrine A Greater Threat To World Christendom Than Moral Depravity

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Government Insists Subjects Lower Than Medieval Serfs

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Saturday, April 11, 2015

Catholic School Suspends Teacher Defending Catholic Conception Of Marriage

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Lutherans & The Defense Of The Faith

Baptism: To Sprinkle Or Immerse?

St. Francis Statue

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Apostate Disguises Heresy With Veneer Of Eucharistic Piety

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Uncommon Sense: A Prophetic Manifesto for the Church in Babylon

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Thursday, April 09, 2015

Wednesday, April 08, 2015

Are Deadbeats Poised To Collapse The American Political & Economic System?

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Michelle Obama Shakes Her Ass At Christ's Resurrection

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If Maya Angelou had been White, would the Post Office have authorized a stamp only a year following her death?

Should The Media Ignore Episcopal Scandals?

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Was Maya Angelou A Plagiarist?

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Obama Insists You Must Surrender Modern Technology Because His Daughter Had Asthma

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Will Walmart Security Goons Conduct Intelligence Gathering Operations Against Christian Employees?

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Will Christians Refusing To Hunger Strike Be Blamed For Depravity’s Advancement?

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A 12 year old was denied the $20,000 ESPN prize for completing nearly perfect March Madness brackets because he is under 18. However, had the lad wanted access to an abortion or birth control, the same corporatists would enunciate little objection. Too bad Walt Disney, the parent company of ESPN, is not as eager to protect the underaged from molesters as they are apparently statutorily objectionable financial gains.

New York Times Propagandist Advocates Persecution Against Christians Refusing To Celebrate Homosexuality

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Roman Catholic Bishop Evasive As To Whether Or Not He Endorses Traditional Conception Of Marriage

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Are Totalitarian Sodomites Planning The Systematic Liquidation Of Their Critics?

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At the White House Easter Breakfast, President Obama verbalized his concern that a number of Christians comport themselves in a less than loving manner. At the numerous Islamic functions Obama is eager to commemorate, does he vocalize disappointment towards activist adherents of that particular religion committing numerous atrocities such as widespread decapitations and child rape? About the worst thing Christians have done as of late is refuse to bake wedding cakes for certain people. At the White House Persian New Year celebration, did Obama speak out against Iran’s efforts to acquire weapons of mass destruction?

Tuesday, April 07, 2015

Resurrection Sunday Used As Backdrop For Questionable Presuppositions Regarding Death

A pastor sneered condescendingly in his Easter sermon at his physician for counseling that, if the pastor did not get a particular health issue under control, that the pastor might go to Heaven before his time.

The minister insisted that it is not possible for someone to depart this world before one has completed one's work for God.

Therefore, there really isn't any reason to be concerned about how one will die.

Perhaps the pastor is correct.

You won't depart this world before you are supposed to.

However, it does not follow that the reason you are scheduled for an early departure is not the result of your own stupidity or actions.

When the pastor left church, did he look both ways before turning into traffic?

To employ the kind of logic applied in the homily, wouldn't such a vehicular procedure denote a lack of faith?

If we weren't meant to give much consideration as to the ways in which we leave this world, perhaps God should not have allowed most of them to be so painful.

A pastor confessed to the congregation that he is going to donate his body to science after he dies.

Is the point to see at the Resurrection or the Rapture if any donated organs come flying out of any reprobates that they might have been reassigned to as they are remanded during the process of sanctified glorification to the individual originally holding title?

Furthermore, doesn't this pulpit revelation negate any potential criticisms of cremation this particular Biblical expositor might enunciate in the future?

One can't really berate a congregation or a perplexed individual making a sincere inquiry about how throughout Scriptural and Church History the precedent is for the believer to be buried when one does not intend to be buried oneself.

Throughout my own studies of Christianity, I do not recall any passages where it is detailed that the Apostles, Disciples, or foremost among the Saints willingly surrendered up their remains for the purposes of dissection or experimentation.

By Frederick Meekins

Colorado Potheads Rule Merchants Can Refuse To Bake Christian Cakes

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Adventist Sectarians Viewing Sunday Worship As Mark Of The Beast Insist Subpoenaed Sermons No Big Deal

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Former American Idol Bows In Submission To The Idol Of Tolerance Regarding Gay Marriage

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Should Food Stamp Leeches Eat Higher Up The Food Chain Than The Wage Slaves Providing The Public Assistance?

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Univision Propagandist Insinuates Whites Opposing The Conquest Of America Deserve To Be Beaten

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Bruce Jenner Scheduled To Debut Boob Job In 20/20 Interview

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Is Disney Out To Destory The X-Men?

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It was remarked in a sermon that contemporary Christianity has departed from the slave mentality initially taught by the faith. The believer might technically be Christ’s slave. However, you certainly aren’t the slave of the church or those that administer that religious body.

Monday, April 06, 2015

So if one of Arrow’s primary plotlines is that Raz Al-Ghool wants him as the new head of the League of Assassins and the program’s version of the Atom is more about a man in a battle suit rather than one that can shrink to microscopic size, the episode where the Arrow and the Atom clashed was more of a proxy spat between Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark just under the banner of other names.

White House Egg Role To Indoctrinate Urchins With The Priorities Of The Fatherland

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Is The Republican Party Assuming A Submissive Position In Regards To Gay Marriage?

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Do New Bible Translations Pander To Islamic Derangements?

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Of his online critics that claim their primary loyalty is to the universal church rather than a particular church or congregation, Pastor Jason Cooley snapped in a sermon titled “Grumbling Against God = Death” have the universal church rather than a pastor preach your funeral. Fine with me. It’s not like the departed probably even know about what goes on at their respective funerals anyway. Furthermore, a “proper” funeral is not required to get into Heaven. If you are relying on one for such, you are already on your way to Hell. The funeral is for those that most likely didn’t give a damn about you while you were alive anyway but who are eager to gawk at your lifeless corpse.

Food Fascists Attempt To Ruin & Politicize Easter With Nutrition Propaganda

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Pastor Hint’s Those That Question Ministers Should Be Executed

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Would Afrosupremacists Rather Their Homes Burn To The Ground Than Be Rescued By Competent Whites?

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Santorum Condemned For Daring To Ask If Anti-Discrimination Means A Sodomite Print Shop Can Be Compelled To Provide God’s Hate Fags Paraphernalia

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Obama Directly Airlifts Illegalist Hordes Into The US At Taxpayer’s Expense

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National Zoo Takes Precautions Against Trayvonite Swarm

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Sunday, April 05, 2015

Ceramic Bunny Head

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Pope Caught Consuming Disproportionate Percentage Of World’s Resources

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Saturday, April 04, 2015

Friday, April 03, 2015

Newt Gingrich On The Future Of Medicine

Rural Woodsman Condemned For Prophetic Insight

Spineless milksops are outraged at Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty over the most profound thing he may have ever said.

At a prayer breakfast in Florida, the backwoodsman took direct aim at the ethical bankruptcy of moral relativism.

In the example, Robertson postulated an atheist family where not only are the daughters raped, the wife decapitated, and the father threatened with bodily mutilation but where the Nietzschean assailants revel philosophically in their debauchery in light of the possibility that there is no transcendent standard by which these actions could be categorized as wrong.

Media elites such as those at the Huffington Post are insisting that Robertson's remarks are part of a bizarre and disturbing fantasy.

However, the elaborated scenario is not that markedly different than what is taking place across vast swathes of Islamist controlled territory.

And if all there is is what transpires in the realm of physical matter, on what grounds does civilization stand against these kinds of atrocities?

By the moral vision and worldview of ISIS, it is perfectly acceptable to not only brutally eliminate the infidel but to enjoy carnally defiling the women of the targeted population while engaged in such genocide.

The atheist views human kind as little more than an animal.

In nature, all that matters is continued survival, the propagation of your particular genetic line, and your own pleasure.

It is not unheard of for members of a particular species to inflict all manner of what would be categorized as violence by polite society upon their own kind in pursuit of these particular goals.

Others will insist that, even if Phil Robertson is correct in his observations, he needs to be sensitive that his verbal formulations might unsettle a number of those in the listening or viewing audience, particularly liberal females.

Interesting how these very same marms that don't want Phil Robertson heinously describing heinous acts certainly didn't mind plopping down their money at the bookstore or cinema for “Fifty Shades Of Grey”.

Others certainly don't mind overlooking the violence utilized as a literary device by Stephen King, especially if as part of a narrative for the purposes of making traditional religion look bad.

The cultural and moral relativism the Duck Commander warned about in his prayer breakfast homily is a nefarious and manipulative thing.

Under it's rubric, we are obligated to not only refrain from criticizing but must also enthusiastically applaud balladeers from the ghetto celebrating all manner of crime and debauchery.

Educated effetes in metropolises such as New York and Los Angeles might not be accustomed to the plainspokeness of rural elocutes.

However, by the same standard such elites impose under threat of ruination for those failing to abide by it, if they are not members of Phil Robertson's culture and demographic, who are they to impose their values upon despised White Christian Southerners?

By Frederick Meekins

Where Is Liberalism Going?

Regarding institutions of higher education authorizing ISIS student groups, would they also authorize campus chapters of the Ku Klux Klan?

In light of the anti-religious freedom position maintained by activist Sodomites, the KKK ought to compel a Black fried chicken joint to cater one of that sect's rallies.

If a Christian is forced to bake a gay wedding cake against their will, should a Jewish jeweler be forced to engrave a golden cross with the inscription “Jesus is Lord” in violation of their particular convictions?

If Christian bakers are forced to prepare gay wedding cakes, should Hindu restaurants be forced to provide cheeseburgers or Islamic butcher shops pork roasts?

Scourging Post Gives The Contemplative Much To Think About

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Southern Baptists Insinuate Failure To Denounce The White Race Could Send You To Hell

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The Counseling Ministry

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Coulter Asks Why Do The Hyperpious Care More About Africa Than America

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Thursday, April 02, 2015

If a Christian is forced to bake a gay wedding cake against their will, should a Jewish jeweler be forced to engrave a golden cross with the inscription “Jesus is Lord” in violation of their particular convictions?

If Christian bakers are forced to prepare gay wedding cakes, should Hindu restaurants be forced to provide cheeseburgers or Islamic butcher shops pork roasts?

Depraved Subversive Demands 501(C)3 Churches Embrace Gay Marriage

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McLaughlin Group 3/27/15

Minority Heart Transplant Recipient Proves Himself To Be The Deadbeat Hoodlum Some Already Suspected

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Is Turkish Leader Positioning Himself As Pseudo-Messiah?

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Southern Baptists Try To Outdo One Another In Contest To See Who Despises Being White The Most

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Swedes Criminalize Citizens Failing To Embrace National Suicide

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Islamist Savages Succumb To Flesh Eating Plague

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Obama Prepares To Flood America With Immigrant Hordes

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Will Revolutions In Genetics Allow Freaks To Rampage Unchecked?

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Will Deviants Defile The Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act?

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Frau Obama Outraged National Parks Lack Ghetto Vibe

Maybe the welfare leeches can burn down national forests the way they do inner cities.

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Libertarian Illusionist Suggests Freedom Of Religion Just Ought To Disappear

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Why Aren’t Sodomite Bakers Forced To Violate Their Convictions Like Christians?

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No Amount Of Positive Thinking Saves Robert Schuller From The Ravages Of Physical Death

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Wednesday, April 01, 2015

A radio report categorized the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act as not friendly towards homosexuals. What about the number of court rulings handed down inimical to the adherents of particular religious convictions that require this variety of legislative response? This statute could be carefully modified to protect industries, artisans, and craftsmen below a certain size. Large corporations, for the most part, don’t oppose the disputed lifestyle. They have, after all, been at the forefront of indoctrinating the American people into embracing this form of social decay.

CNN propagandist Chris Cuomo, in violation of his professed Roman Catholicism, exasperatedly in a defense of gay marriage asked a Christian rhetorically offered up in the arena to the lions, “You cannot fix gay, do you understand that? This is who these people are.” So why is the only apparently inalterable aspect of the human psyche that which pertains to whom you enjoy rubbing your privates against? So what if the Christian turned this interrogation around and responded “This is who we are. You can't alter our beliefs against our will. Don't you understand that?” Why are Christians obligated to violate their nature? Why must the carnally licentiousness be allowed to revel in who the are but not the religiously devout?

Sleeping Goose. Photo by Frederick Meekins

In a sermon, men were rhetorically challenged that, as their lives were ending, would they have rather spent their lives watching every episode of their favorite TV program or having given oneself to the faithful service of God’s church. But in this era of DVR’s, DVD’s and even Youtube, is this really an either or decision? Why can’t one do both? But more importantly, given that the sermon addressed the topic of leadership positions within the church, what if one’s church situation does not allow for such opportunities or attach so many extra-Biblical regulations governing the position that filling the office is not worth the trouble?

If a rape victim is uncomfortable around someone that merely resembles her attacker but never laid a hand on her to the point that her psychosis begins to kick in, isn’t it her obligation to remove herself from the situation rather than to force the innocent male to have his own life ruined?

Greg Gutfeld said that the upcoming election is about a leader unifying a divided American people. Didn't the Nazi's say similar things in Germany following the turbulent economic era of the 1920's and during the ascent of Adolf Hitler?

Dana Parino suggested that it was progress that activists are working to remove the anti-gay marriage plank from the Republican Party platform. Would it be better categorized as a sign of cultural regress?

It was said in a sermon that it is selfish to work for wages or from a perspective of what can you get out of it. Would the homilist prefer we otherwise not work at all? Where do they think the money slipped into the collection plate otherwise comes from? Selfish ambition would be more using immoral means to acquire what one desires or to somehow cheat the individual with whom has entered into a contractual arrangement thought to be mutually beneficial to the involved parties.

So if a gay performer shows up at an audition and the script promotes an explicitly anti-homosexual message, can such a thespian be compelled to participate in the production against their will? If not, one what logical grounds should an Evangelical or Roman Catholic photographer be compelled to document a sodomite nuptial?

Tolerancemongers Threaten Violent Upheaval

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Is Clark Kent Bi-Comical?

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Is A Preference For Frail Wenches A Symptom Of Cultural Decline?

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Frau Obama Urges Whelps To Submit Recipes In Compliance With The Fatherland’s Mandates

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Does The Huffington Post Intend To Ream Islam A New One Over The Travails Of Women They Way it Did The Catholic Church?

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Sodomite Sympathizers Call For Violence Against Christians

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Does Lent Have Pagan Origins?

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Peter Parker Eradicated Soviet Style From The Marvel Universe For Being Insufficiently Negro

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Would Diversitymongers Be In Conniptions If Outsourced Daily Show Replacement Had Mocked White Folks?

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O'Reilly Claims He Knows More Than God

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Strategically Placed Graffiti Results In Day Of Self-Flagellation

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Were The Georgia Guidestones Used In A Satanic Ritual?

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

At a missions conference, it was suggested that a Christian should give up one meal that week and instead use that time to pray for global outreach. Is there some reason this contemplative petition being incorporated into a pre- or post-meal prayer is insufficient?

President Obama urged Americans to be more like Ted Kennedy. That's certainly what the nation needs, additional Communist-sympathizing, homicidal drunken whoremongers.

At a missions conference, it was asked how generous are you with what the Lord has given you. Now is the person making the inquiry doing so from a genuine position of detached pious altruism? Or are they positioning themselves in the hopes of getting a percentage of what you are being manipulated out of?

Did Colorado Legislator Insinuate Victim Of Baby Harvesting Attack Didn’t Do Enough To Prevent Abortion?

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Well that’s disheartening. The Futurist has suspended publication. For some reason that brings to mind the episode of Doctor Who where, by undoing a fixed chronometric point, there was no more future as all of time was occurring at once.

Catholic Women Clamor For Birth Control Handouts At Nearly The Same Rate As Protestants

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Is Ted Kennedy Still Swindling The American People From A Ringside Seat In Hell?

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Will Deluded Astronomers Invite Extraterrestrials To Conquer Earth?

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A radio report categorized the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act as not friendly towards homosexuals. What about the number of court rulings handed down inimical to the adherents of particular religious convictions that require this variety of legislative response? This statute could be carefully modified to protect industries, artisans, and craftsmen below a certain size. Large corporations, for the most part, don’t oppose the disputed lifestyle. They have, after all, been at the forefront of indoctrinating the American people into embracing this form of social decay.

In a sermon, men were rhetorically challenged that, as their lives were ending, would they have rather spent their lives watching every episode of their favorite TV program or having given oneself to the faithful service of God’s church. But in this era of DVR’s, DVD’s and even Youtube, is this really an either or decision? Why can’t one do both? But more importantly, given that the sermon addressed the topic of leadership positions within the church, what if one’s church situation does not allow for such opportunities or attach so many extra-Biblical regulations governing the position that filling the office is not worth the trouble?

Prince Charles Advocates Environmental Dictatorship While Wallowing In Luxury

It was said in a sermon that it is selfish to work for wages or from a perspective of what can you get out of it. Would the homilist prefer we otherwise not work at all? Where do they think the money slipped into the collection plate otherwise comes from? Selfish ambition would be more using immoral means to acquire what one desires or to somehow cheat the individual with whom has entered into a contractual arrangement thought to be mutually beneficial to the involved parties.

If a rape victim is uncomfortable around someone that merely resembles her attacker but never laid a hand on her to the point that her psychosis begins to kick in, isn’t it her obligation to remove herself from the situation rather than to force the innocent male to have his own life ruined?

Monday, March 30, 2015

Creflo Dollar Demands 65 Million Of Yours For Aeronautical Swag

Televangelist Creflo Dollar needs 65 million of yours so that his ministry can acquire a new luxury jet.

This is because of an engine failure that nearly resulted in tragedy but which was averted through the skill of an experienced pilot.

With a new aircraft, the ministry assures that Dollar will be able to continue the mission of spreading the Gospel around the world.

In an age of instantaneous global communications thanks to high speed Internet, why is this even necessary?

Savages in Third World sewer pipes have certainly mastered social media technologies such as Twitter and Youtube in uploading their own propaganda.

Are we to assume that these are too complex for the likes of Creflo Dollar?

Is Dollar that conceited and full of himself that he believes that the Great Commission cannot be fulfilled without him?

Is he so far about the remaining dregs of humanity that he can't fly Southwest Airlines or Jet Blue like everybody else?

By Frederick Meekins

Sermon For Reformation Sunday 2014

Propagandists Indoctrinate Whelps To Applaud The Infanticide Of Siblings

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A Lutheran Review Of Insurgent

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Will The Transformers Movies Develop Spin Off Films?

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Non Opens Mouth Suggesting That Christopher Reeve More Like Zod Than Kal El

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Russell Moore Rather Flagellate Southern Baptists Over Race Than Defend The Unborn

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Thousands Of Churches Distance Themselves From Deviant Presbyterians

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Are Christians Opposed To The American Revolution Willing To Renounce Their Constitutional Liberties?

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Sodomites Rampage Demanding The Pious Support Wanton Carnality

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Is Obama Fleeing Back To The Land Of His Birth?

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Did Deranged Pilot Kill Passengers Over Detached Retina?

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Will Hiro Return To "Heroes"?

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In a discussion of whether or not a Christian should support the American Revolution, a pastor insisted that Patrick Henry’s slogan of “Give me liberty or give me death” undermines the sovereignty of God. So is it just as wrong to emphatically assert what you will be having for supper tonight?

Gays seem to enjoy those pursuits considered feminine in nature. Let them form their own wedding cake bakeries, florists, and nuptial photographers.

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Are We Greece or Rome?

Millennials & Religion

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Minions from the Obama regime denounced the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands. I am not really a proponent of secession. However, applying this logic, does Obama intend to denounce Union occupation of the Confederacy? And while we are at it, if self determination is to be elevated to the highest priority, why aren't Christian bakers allowed to determine for themselves whether or not they will bake gay wedding cakes? If the President is such an enthusiast for self determination, why does he allow interference in jurisdictions that have already settled through plebiscite the issue of gay marriage?

Homeschool Activist Insists Converts To Catholicism & Anglicanism Little Better Than Serial Killers

Homeschool activist Kevin Swanson lamented the account of Baptist twins where one became an Anglican bishop and the other a Roman Catholic priest.

In his tirade, Swanson went off on how could anyone could go from the perspective that the just shall live by faith alone to one where an anathema is pronounced upon those that undermine the role of works in securing eternal salvation.

One cannot speak to the nature of the Baptist church attended by these twins in their youth, but in some of these hardline Baptist and Presbyterian churches in Swanson's orbit, often the soteriological formulations on either side of the Reformation divide have degenerated pretty much into a distinction without a difference.

Granted, this particular variety of Protestant talks an exquisite game regarding the nature of salvation as a free gift and how our works are as filthy rags.

However, from the clarifying expositions and admonitions of these pulpit homilists, it is not enough for the believer to strive for the big virtues such as loving your family, refraining from sex outside of marriage, and slipping a few dollars into the collection plate every once in a while.

According to this particular strain of Protestantism, you might not even be a Christian if you don't share particular viewpoint regarding the propriety of denying females access to education, the necessity of begetting more than five children, and the imperative of being married by 25 years of age.

Perhaps more would hold to the liberty that is claimed to be found in Christ if they were allowed to experience the liberty found in Christ rather than being forced into the spiritual slavery found under another form of legalism.

Kevin Swanson isn't even Baptist but rather Presbyterian.

So how would he like it if some fanatic Baptist raved that Presbyterianism was a slide back down into Rome's eventual embrace?

Instead of insinuating that your formerly Baptist child is one step away from being a serial killer if they become a Catholic or Anglican, perhaps Kevin Swanson will also give as much time reflecting upon what might have pushed these individuals away from a Reformed understanding of the faith in the first place.

By Frederick Meekins

Will Abortion Skank’s Visage Desecrate American Currency?

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Faith Healer Hosptalized

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Phil Robertson Enunciates One Of The Greatest Apologetic Arguments Of All Time

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Will Obama Make Banktellers His New Bitch?

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

O'Reilly Plays Stupid Regarding Obama's Transformation Threats

President Obama speculated that mandatory voting would be transformative in nature.

But in the analysis of this policy under consideration, Bill O'Reilly instead decided to spoof and lampoon the President's most profound reason for making this suggestion.

“Transformative” is a euphemism invoked in support of mob rule and the socialistic redistribution of resources and property.

Instead of warning the American people as to this danger, O'Reilly wasted valuable broadcast time feigning ignorance by inquiring if “transformative” referred to some kind of “robot thing”.

O'Reilly knows full well that the “robot thing” is a Transformer.

The correspondent did, after all, make a cameo playing himself in one of those films.

This verbal obfuscation means that O'Reilly is deliberately deceptive or more profoundly dimwitted than expected.

And regarding which, to borrow a slogan from his own network, we report you decide.

By Frederick Meekins

Frankenstein & Transhumanism

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Would conservatives having little issue with students forced by campus administrators to attend the Liberty University Ted Cruz campaign rally be as amicable regarding a school forcing students to endure a similar ideological assault on behalf of leftwing candidates such as Obama or Hillary?

For Fear Of Riots Only Black Fraternities Allowed Booze Privileges

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Southern Baptists Applaud Financially Unprepared Child Marriages

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It was said in a sermon that, if one visits a foreign country and one is identified as an American before one is identified as a Christian, there is something wrong in your life. Not necessarily. And what exactly is a distinctive Christian mode of dress? Given that the minister making the remark is explicitly Baptist, it is doubtful that this pastor would think that highly of clergy shirts, habits, vestments, or monastic robes. Secondly, it is not someone’s fault if they look American in terms of their physical appearance. Granted, Europeans often share a similar genetic ancestry with run of the mill Caucasian Americans. However, one is forced to admit that many Europeans possess a more gaunt or malnourished countenance. Just because the residents of the Old World might not be as fastidious in terms of their grooming, it does not follow that Americans are obligated to adopt similar practices of deliberate slovenliness

Pundit Charles Krauthammer does not find Ted Cruz qualified to be President as a first term senator. Using a similar standard, on what grounds is Krauthammer qualified to determine whom is qualified to hold elected office given that Krauthammer himself has never held elected office?

Atheist Presbyterian Insists It’s Hate Speech To Claim He’s Not A Christian

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Bill Nye Insists He Doesn’t Give A Damn About Hellfire

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Monday, March 23, 2015

Ministerial Red Lights Necessary To Prevent Ghastly Church Accidents

In the March 13, 2015 edition of the “Sword Of The Lord”, the publication's editor Shelton Smith compared ministry to the act of driving.

In one of the the remarks, he observed that one hand must be on the wheel.

He expanded on that declaration by saying, “At the church house, someone has to be in charge. A leader is a necessity. The pastor is the scripturally appointed, God-anointed person to be the leader.”

Smith further clarified, “Many of our churches are sitting idle and getting nowhere because just before they put the pastor in the driver's seat, they tied his hands behind his back...So let's get real! And let's be scriptural about it! Let's get a driver who knows how to handle the vehicle and let him drive it. Amen!”

Very well then.

Let us be scriptural about the matter in compliance with Shelton Smith's admonition.

Where in the corpus of divine revelation is blind obedience to the pastor commanded?

If anything, it seems that quite the opposite might be called for.

Acts 17:11 reads, “Now the Bereans were of more noble character than the Thessalonians, for they received the message with great eagerness and examined the Scripture every day to see if what Paul said was true (NIV).”

Let's continue a bit with the driving analogies.

Despite dealing with her own doctrinal challenges as she navigates reconciling the demands of celebrity and the Christian faith, Carrey Underwood exclaimed “Jesus, take the wheel.”

How is what Shelton Smith is arguing for that much different in kind than the papal infallibility and the magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church where those in the pews are expected to keep their mouths shut if they want to be considered acceptable members?

If anything, isn't the pastor more of a tour guide than a driver that is not to be questioned or challenged?

For is not Christ or the revealed Word of God in Scripture the one theoretically driving this bus?

In the age of the child predator, the fit parent reinforces in the mind of their offspring not to get into a vehicle with someone they don't know, don't trust, or have a suspicious feeling about.

In this day where all kinds of abuse (both spiritual and physical) is taking place in a variety of churches across Christianity's vast theological spectrum, contrary to the impression given by the likes of Josh Harris in his book “Stop Dating The Church”, you as an individual created in the image of God are free to get off the bus of a particular congregation any time you want.

A minister that insists upon broad pastoral powers without teaching that these are curtailed within explicitly delineated boundaries has neglected his responsibilities in a manner not that markedly different than an intoxicated motorist as he veers into lanes in which he ought not to travel.

By Frederick Meekins

Of the seven siblings that died in a New York fire, fuss is being made that they were Orthodox Jews. Would careful delineation of their ethnic and religious backgrounds been announced if they were ordinary White Protestants? If the fire was the result of their religious practices, the incident certainly serves as a warning as to the dangers posed by a religion based upon works.

If your hot plate catches fire because you left it on overnight because you can't turn it on during the Sabbath, that's not religious devotion. That's just outright stupidity.

Hagee Stokes Blood Moons Hysteria

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Will X-Files Miniseries Resolve Dangling Plotlines?

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Boeing Develops Forcefield Countermeasures

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Escape To Witch Mountain 40th Anniversary

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A Lutheran Approach To Ethics

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The White House held a science fair. Did President Obama stroll among the projects, bluntly reminding the young contestants that, despite their effort and hardwork, “Hey, you didn’t build that.” The purpose of the event was to highlight the role of women in science. But does the objective experimental methodology take into account whether the researcher possesses a penis or a vagina?

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Obama Dictatorship Detains Americans & Not Illegals

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Friday, March 20, 2015

Obama insists that the US should adopt mandatory voting because that is the policy in Australia. Following that logic, the United States should also limit the immigration of non-Caucasians because that was at one time also the policy of Australia.

The April 2014 issue of The Atlantic asked a panel whom they thought was the most influential teen in history. Harvey Cox missed what should have been a grand slam for someone that professes to be a Christian theologian. The Harvard professor went with David when the shepherd lad slew Goliath. But shouldn't this honor have been extended to Mary and perhaps even Joseph? We are, after all, approaching the Easter season.

Hillary admits that adults need camps. Would these be extermination and work camps?

Regarding a local arts organization, the acting director said in the community newspaper, “Our role is to serve the community and not everyone is coming into out doors.” Maybe not everyone likes the arts. Furthermore, perhaps other enjoy the arts but don't like it when these forms of expression are utilized to promote leftwing causes.

So regarding this mandatory voting: will the Amish and Jehovah's Witnesses be punished also if they are negligent in exercising their franchise?

Must Christian Dictatorship Be Implemented To Facilitate Christ’s Return?

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Obama Frees Thousands Of Murders & Sexual Predators To Prey Upon The American People

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Should Wheaton College Allow Non-Practicing Lesbian To Dispense Spiritual Counsel?

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Christian Youth Celebrate Moral Degeneracy

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Dance Your Cares Away In Fraggle Rock Remake

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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Baptist Propagandists Undermine U.S. Immigration Law

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Monday, March 16, 2015

False Spiritualities in the Church

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Sunday, March 15, 2015

The Vocation Of A Scientist

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Saturday, March 14, 2015

Becoming A Pro-Writer & Selling Thousands Of Books

Piss-Drinking Sandheathens Spread Plague

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Leaders Claiming Direct Revelation From God

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Friday, March 13, 2015

Don't Complain About Immaturity & Then Interview Potty Humor Comedian

A word of admonition and chastisement was delivered regarding perpetual adolescence on an episode of “Standing For The Truth with Mike Lemay”.

In particular, it was mentioned that, in Biblical times, an individual was considered an adult at the age of 13.

Yet in contemporary America, the adolescent period can extend into the 20's as education is completed and the young adult strives to figure out their place in the world.

Nothing was said about most being dead by the age of 40 in the era when adulthood was conferred at the age of 13.

However, don't you undermine your own argument when on the same episode you interview a longhaired comedian who proceeds to make a punchline about his bladder freezing in the Wisconsin cold?

Seems to me there is more set in Biblical stone about it being shameful for a man to have long hair then about adulthood being thrust upon thirteen year olds.

by Frederick Meekins

Does God Want Your Teaching Limited To One Pastor?

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Creflo Dollar Needs 65 Million Of Yours To Afford New Luxury Jet

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China Insists It Will Be A Cold Day In Hell Before They Let Dali Lama Rest In Peace

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Why Is The White House Celebrating Iranian Pagan Rites?

Michelle Obama said that there are seven “S’’s connected with the Iranian New Year. One of these is no doubt representative of her being full of something that needs an “s” that rhymes with “hit”.

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What kinds of folks are unsettled by the infant sleeping in the flag as a cradle? Technically, isn’t that a violation of flag protocol? Are these folks generally anti-American or pro-American? Veterans deserve respect. However, that does not give them carte blanche to do as they please without question. The primary issue to consider is the criticism leveled anti-Veteran or pro-flag.

Will Jihadists Obliterate The Sphinx & Pyramids

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Do Vegan Condoms Respect The Pleasure Of Those That Can Handle Only So Much Meat?

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More Proof You Might Be Better Of Treating Women Like Skanks

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Thursday, March 12, 2015

A blog post at Christianity Today suggests that Evangelicals should reevaluate the moral legacy of Margaret Sanger. Rather than judge her as a founder of abortion front group Planner Parenthood, ethicists are urged to also consider the good that has accrued as a result of families not conceiving more children than they could afford. But in light of the millions that have been aborted as a result of her movement, isn't that akin to extolling Hitler for his appreciation of Germanic culture and efficient railroads.

Meteorologist says 6 to 8 inches of snow expected in parts of Hawaii. Global warming for you.

Is The Goal Of Common Core To Eliminate The White Race?

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Will Interactive Barbie Collect Intelligence On Obama’s Behalf?

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If Biological Parents Can Abandon Children, Why Not The Adoptive Ones?

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Are Christians Obligated To Publicly Insist That Hymns Are Their Favorite Kind Of Music Even If They Aren’t?

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Why Is Only The Lad In Duo Of Underage Digital Fornicators Forced To Register As Sex Offender?

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The Return Of Electra Woman & Dynagirl?

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Is The Vatican Positioning The World For The Apocalypse?

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Islamists So Mentally Deranged That Mention Of Swine Sends Them Into Psychosis

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Academic Elites Urge Intellectual Surrender To Jihadists

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Isn’t “Dancing With The Stars” fostering heteronormative stereotypes by partnering NFL washout Michael Sam with a woman rather than a man? Interesting how those insisting upon how broadminded they are in regards to fundamental human relationships cling to bigotry and prejudice when it comes to superfluous entertainment.

Fantacist Terry Pratchett Passes

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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

What's Happening In Today's Church?

Don't Hide Behind Piety During Totalitarianism's Rise

On Issues Etc, the topic was addressed if the Christian must defend the Charlie Hebbdo cartoons construed as blasphemous .

From the clip highlighted as the sound bite of the week, one gets the impression that articulating a defense of the gunned down editorial office's freedom of expression isn't really all that much of a priority.

After all, the ultimate concern of the church is not so much with things such as innate or constitutional liberties but rather with the proclamation of the Gospel message.

That might be true in regards to those called to the ministry in the strictest sense of that narrow vocation.

However, not everyone within the church is required to emphasize the exact same aspect of the comprehensive Christian worldview.

Given that this program is Lutheran, one would think they might be quicker to remember the wisdom of Martin Niemoller who reflected how, because he remained silent as the acolytes of totalitarianism hauled off a variety of dissidents, that there was no one left to protect him when the Fascist hordes came to take him away.

Christians don't have to applaud religiously offensive artwork.

However, when bloodthirsty savages begin murdering those that they disagree with, the believer needs to realize that it won't be long until these demoniacs gun down worshipers for little more than singing doctrinally distinctive hymns or reciting the classic creeds.

By Frederick Meekins

Does Jihadist Training Center Qualify For Education Dollars?

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George Will At The Reagan Forum

Weakminded Clamor For Wimpy Doctor Who Plots

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Mohler Condemns Those Not Married By 25 But Insists Queers To Be Viewed As Normal

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Is It Childish To Question Police State Thuggery?

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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Lack Of Racial Diversity Does Not Necessarily Mean Hostility

The Associated Press reported that two-thirds of Evangelicals polled expressed no desire to see their churches become more ethnically diverse in compliance with a decree handed down by the Southern Baptist hierarchy.

Depending upon how the question was formulated, that might not even indicate any discernible resistance on the part of the common pewfiller.

These responses might indicate nothing more than a satisfaction with things the way that they are or that this issue is not seen as that big of a problem when compared to other issues such as a decline in overall morality.

One story regarding the conclusions of this survey observed that most White, Black, and Hispanic Southern Baptists attended churches where the majority of parishioners were of the same racial or ethnic background.

So long as they are not blatantly hostile or cruel to others different from themselves, does this really matter?

Perhaps those surveyed simply did not want to alter their basic order of service to satisfy newcomers.

For example, why should 85 year old WASPS that have enjoyed a solemn liturgy their entire lives have to put up with the more “exuberant” Black way of doing church where it is not unheard of for those gripped by a moment of spiritual ecstasy to run up and down the aisles banging on a tambourine.

As has been observed, often Baptists sleep in the pews while Pentecostals jump over them.

Should an Hispanic church that conducts its affairs in Spanish be required to alienate its congregation by switching to highly articulated English?

If Southern Baptist leaders such as Albert Mohler and Russell Moore are so troubled by this finding among Southern Baptists, do they intend to relinquish their own prestigious and highly paid positions so that these can be filled by minorities?

It has been claimed that attendance at Souther Baptist churches has declined for seven straight years.

That could be in part because of this ongoing effort to wrack the average person in the pew with overwhelming guilt for having done little more wrong that simply having been born White.

By Frederick Meekins

Many of those applauding the banishment of a fraternity for offensively verbalizing the “n-word” in a moronic ditty probably didn’t give second thought about Louis Farrakhan ascending the rostrum at Marion Barry’s funeral.

Interesting. A fraternity is kicked off a university campus for an idiotic ditty where the “N-word” is verbalized. Yet nothing is said any other time about these fraternities and secret societies that inherently glorify homo-eroticism and drunken debauchery

Speaking on picking up the mantle of Elijah, an Independent Fundamentalist Baptist remarked that the reason more men don't start churches is because they are too enamored with material comfort. Maybe so. But these same ministers that emphasize an extremist position on ecclesiastical separation would probably go out of their way to prevent someone going into the ministry that did not embrace a particular perspective or ideology regarding an assortment of nonessential secondaries.

Living A Balanced Orthodox Life

Will Navy Chaplain Be Dismissed For Failing To Embrace Obama As The Name Above All Names?

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Does The Dallas Morning News Promote Hispanosupremacism?

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Southern Baptist Prelate Insists World Missions Won’t Survive Without Centralized Bureaucracy & That Christians Should Be Judged As Much By Color As Character

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Are Jesuit Propagandists Fomenting Liberal White Guilt?

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Will Transhumanist Deception Push The Church Closer To The Edge Of Damnation?

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Apostate Lutheran Insinuates Jesus Was A Sexual Deviant

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Are Tattooed Slobs Leading Naïve Evangelicals To Doctrinal Ruination?

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Monday, March 09, 2015

Feminist Undermines Masculinity & Gripes About The Results

In the February 2015 issue of Sojourner's Magazine, a pregnant feminist in the article titled “Clear Eyes Full Hearts” laments, “I worry about my son. How do I raise a good white male?”

What she is asking for simply isn't a lad that protects the innocent and provides his own way in life while giving his mom a heartfelt hug once in a while.

What she wants is one that surrenders without resistance to multiculturalist dictatorship.

She further writes, “Most stories about maleness suffer from the myth of redemptive violence...the dangerous narrative that violence is a natural means to order and stability.”

This translates as she would have preferred her son to have been conceived as a girl and no Superman or G.I. Joe stories for this poor lad.

Wenches like this get on national TV and insist with a straight face that the key to resolving the ISIS threat is an additional government jobs program.

Throughout her article, she struggles with finding an appropriate male role model or mentor for her son.

That means she should have gotten married before deciding to breed and picked a more appropriate individual with whom to procreate.

By Frederick Meekins

Does Vehicular Homicide Expose The Corruption Of The Episcopal Church?

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Lesbian Star Wars Moff Not Fond Of Extended Sabers

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Obama Vows Not To Rest Until The White Menace Is Vanquished

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Does Vehicular Homicide Expose The Corruption Of The Episcopal Church?

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Would Afrosupremacist Pedagogue Insist That Hitler Wasn’t Anti-Jew But Rather Pro-Nordic?

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Future Crimes

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In a sermon on picking up the mantle of Elijah, a pastor remarked that most young people are more interested in what’s on TV than preaching. But it’s not like they would likely ever be considered good enough to engaged in the aforementioned ecclesiastical elocution anyway.

Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Don't the riots in Ferguson prove why the police probably did have to use more force in regards to certain "segments" of the community. They certainly weren't busty blond Swedes that burned the town to the ground.

Frosted Flakes Might Not Be That Great But Neither Are They All That Bad

The cover of the 3/2/15 edition of Businessweek depicts Tony the Tiger in a gas mask recoiling in horror at the sight of the frosted flakes he has shilled for decades.

Reworking his classic catchphrase, he declares, “THEY'RE GR-R-ROSS!”

Additional copy on the cover reads, “Carbs, sugar and stubbornness are killing Kellogg.”

How is this dietary staple any more disgusting than these so-called “health foods”?

“Organic” is simply a euphemism for having been grown in digestive excrement.

The same hipsters and neo-beatniks vowing never to feed these breakfast confections to their own spawn certainly had no problem pigging out on these foods in their own childhoods.

It has always been said sausage is a food that you do not want to see being made.

Apparently the same is true now in regards to breakfast cereal in a world where what constitutes nutrition is as much about embracing the proper politics as about keeping a body energized.

A government panel suggested that Americans cut back on the consumption of meat not so much as a way to prevent clogged arteries but rather to prevent global warming.

Interestingly enough, this proclamation was handed down amidst the coldest winter temperatures in years.

If Businessweek insists on being this blatantly honest regarding what we are eating for breakfast, do the editors intend to be as graphically startling as to what transpires in the average abortion clinic or during gay rights parades?

By Frederick Meekins

The New Terrorism

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Did The Simpsons Predict The Higgs-Boson Particle?

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Jihadists Attempt To Lure Western Breeding Sows

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More Proof Green Arrow Just A Batman Knockoff

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Germantown On Its Way To Becoming A Third World Ghetto

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Pelosi Exhibits Psychotic Revulsion Against Jewish Leader

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Didn’t the same leftwing Justice Department accusing the Ferguson police of unnecessary force also launch the raids against Randy Weaver and the Branch Davidian compound?

Monday, March 02, 2015

Troll To Lurch Back Beneath The Bridge

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Fanatic Homeschool Insists Adults Living By Themselves Are Moral Deviants

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Revenuers Defend Granting Rebates To Illegals On Taxes Never Paid

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Does Black Hole’s Discovery Undermine Evolutionary Cosmology?

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Tolerancemongers Condemn Actress For Suggestion That White Characters Should Remain White

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If Nothing Wrong With Pot, Why Limit Quantities & Distribution Methods?

If Nothing Wrong With Pot, Why Limit Quantities & Distribution Methods?

In Washington, DC, it will be legal to possess up to two ounces of marijuana or to posses three mature plants for personal use that cannot be sold. If there is nothing wrong with marijuana, why can't a resident posses three ounces and four mature plants?

It is fascinating how, in this day of social decline, being strung out on dope is acceptable but attempting to earn a buck isn't.

You will find in DC that it is just as illegal to be a compensated tour guide without a license as it is to sell your three pot plants.

You will probably be sent up the river for the same amount of time whether you are caught selling pot holders (the kind that one holds cookware with) without extensive revenue agency paperwork or pot (as in cannabis consumed for, you know, medical purposes of course).

By Frederick Meekins

What Happened To The Independent Fundamentalist Baptist Movement?

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Sunday, March 01, 2015

Lutheranism 101: Vocation

Are Leftwing Nuns Advocating Hispanosupremacism?

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Saturday, February 28, 2015

Friday, February 27, 2015

The Christian's Duty In A Pagan World

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Will Deviants Gestate Skinwalker Clones?

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Ron Paul Condemned For Exposing That Black Malcontents Oppose War Because They Want More Handouts

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Bill Gates Whores Himself To The Anti-Christ

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Catwoman Outed As Bisexual

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Should Whites & Asians Be Penalized If Black Or Hispanic Students Are More Dimwitted?

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Will Whites Remain Too Cowardly To Confront Their Systematized Demise?

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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Will David Platt’s Religious Fanaticism Bankrupt Southern Baptist Missions?

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Congressional Intelligence Committee Member A Muslim Brotherhood Subversive

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Would Empire be as popular on Fox if it was about White people and is it because it is about Black people that no one is to verbalize anything other than as to how wonderful the program is?

How Trashy Will Supergirl's Costume Be?

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Should Police Officers To Be Required To Bend Over In Submission To Sodomite Domination?

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Can Murder Suspect Prove Allegations That He Was A Geriatric Sex Slave?

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Pastor's Reflections Regarding The Single Life Border On Christian Sharia

In a sermon on the single life, Pastor Jason Cooley provided an illustration of how our bodies are not our own but bought and paid for by Christ. While well intended, its homiletical execution was actually quite weak.

The preacher revealed that he prefers warm weather. Yet he resides in an area where he must preach outdoors wear multiple layers while exposed to the cold because that is the will of God.

It might be, but not to the extent to which the Bible explicitly forbids carnal sins such as fornication and adultery. Those are not choices in the sense such as where the pastor decides to live or the methods he decides to employ in evangelistic outreach.

From this rhetorical peek, this exposition only went downhill.

Pastor Jason Cooley proclaimed that his children (especially his daughter) will not be allowed to leave home until they are married. If they are not sufficiently brainwashed, what will prevent them that does not violate the laws against unlawful detention from fleeing home once they reach the age of majority?

Pastor Jason Cooley further remarked that it was never appropriate in a church setting for a woman to join in on a conversation with a group of men during a time of fellowship. What would they be talking about at a church function that was so filthy that a proper Christian lady should not be present to either hear or comment on to begin with?

In this sermon on singleness, Pastor Jason Cooley asked what are singles doing to help others. Given the increasing tax burdens, they are helping with approximately a third of their incomes every day that they go to work. They are not responsible if government authorities then squander what the productive have provided.

In a sermon on singleness, Pastor Jason Cooley suggested that the single women in a congregation where obligated to render assistance to those that were married with children. If married church people have procreated to the extent that they are unable to take care of their own progeny, perhaps they should have been less vigorous in their reproductive undertakings.

Pastor Jason Cooley in a sermon on singleness insisted that there is no such thing as a Christian feminist. It would depend upon what is meant by the term.

It would be accurate in terms of God not approving of acts such as abortion or a promiscuous lifestyle even though Christians might fall into those particular sins. However, what these hardline pastors lump under the banner of feminism can include women doing little more than wearing pants, being at the beach at the same time as men, failing to change out of one's night cloths while a college dorm is burning to the ground, and apparently talking to a group of men following the conclusion of these asinine kinds of sermons.

By Frederick Meekins

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

In a sermon comparing those that don't hold formalized membership in the congregations that they attend to shacked up whores, the preacher claimed that if you don't belong to a single church, you won't know what pastor to submit to. There isn't that much divergency in orthodox formulations of the faith that the teaching is going to pull you in two competing ethical directions. If you don't hold a position in a church beyond that of pew filler, no church should be allowed to control you to such an extent. If you need someone to control you on the personal level that you can't decide for yourself what constitutes solid teaching and sound morals, you are afflicted with a profound mental or emotional deficiency.

Those holding to a Reformed perspective taking delight in being little more than God's toy to be discarded if you happen to be a Bespin guard or Jawa rather than a Boba Fett or Luke Skywalker in terms of action figure like to boast how the sinner's prayer does not save. A recitation of the mere words might not. However, believing them does. It is a reasonable wager that fewer were damned for reciting the sinner's prayer than for relying on their infant baptism without ever exercising their own belief.

Toddlers Surrendered To Moloch & Baal

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An Examination Of Anglican Eucharistic Understanding

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Biden Hints Money Of Hardworking White Folks Should Be Given To Black Ones That Don’t

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Did Fidelity To The Kings James Bible Lead To Pensacola Christian’s Athletic Victory Over Bob Jones University?

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Gay Jesuit Demands Right To Openly Wallow In His Carnal Inclinations

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Apparently Pope Francis Celebrates Open Borders In Every Country But His Own

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Will UN Thought Police Seize Control Of America’s Broadcast Airwaves In The Name Of Childhood Nutrition?

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The murderer of Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield was sentenced to life without parole. Had he only killed Chad Littlefield, would we have even heard about this tragic incident? Given this media precedent, will we be informed through national broadcast and journalistic outlets of every other murder verdict handed down in the state of Texas?

The Saga Of The Robotech Saga

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Apparently it was not enough for Obama to destroy the greatest healthcare system the world has ever known. It sounds like with the FCC net neutrality regulations he is bent on destroying the greatest communications technology ever invented.

Those Attending Church Without Membership Compared To A Shackedup Whore

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Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Audio: Christian Filmmaker Befuddled Over The Relationship Between Media & Religion

To What Extent Should Wheaton Punish An Apostate Graduate?

In opposition to Rob Bell's support of homosexuality, the hosts of Generation's Radio suggested that Wheaton College (the school from which Bell graduated) should do more than simply stop selling the apostate's works in the campus bookstore.

Instead, the university should revoke Bell's degree and hold a book burning.

Is that the direction American's ought to take cultural disagreement in this country?

Should similar policies also be applied to those holding to explicitly conservative religious positions?

For example, the host Kevin Swanson holds a degree in engineering from a secular university.

Should it be revoked not for reasons of academic corruption but rather on the grounds of his opposition to wanton debaucheries such as gay marriage or upholding orthodox Christian belief such as those pertaining to the divinity of Christ?

By Frederick Meekins

Southern Baptist Functionary Lays Claim To You Extraneous Income

According to Southern Baptist Missions Board President David Platt, Christians ought to set for themselves a financial spending cap.

The justification for this principle can be found in the admonition that godliness with contentment is great gain.

Interestingly, Platt is not providing this advice so that you might provide better for yourself in the rocky times ahead likely to result from a declining economy.

Instead, you are expected to give the abundance away (no doubt towards programs from which Pratt's own bottom line will ultimately benefit).

Perhaps the first extraneous expenditure Christians ought to eliminate from their budget should be the purchase of any books published by Pastor Platt.

Secondly, if we are to live our lives in a hyper-Biblical fashion, perhaps Christians should cut donations to Christian organizational bodies found nowhere in Scripture.

The first of these coming to mind might be none other than the International Missions Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.

By Frederick Meekins

What Does It Matter What Scott Walker Thinks Of Obama’s Religious Profession?

Outrage has erupted over Scott Walker not being sure whether or not President Obama is a Christian.

What does it matter what Scott Walker conjectures regarding the President's soterilogical state?

Scott Walker holds no office in any church exercising ecclesiological authority or oversight over Barack Obama.

Nor does Scott Walker exhibit any signs that this perceptual thread in his comprehensive epistemic web will prompt him towards any act of violence.

Oxford University Wonks Admit Artificial Intelligence Could Annihilate The Human Race

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In a podcast regarding church government, it was postulated that you can’t go hobnobbing on social media with someone voted out of a church. The control your church exercises over you should not be that pervasive unless you are on the payroll possibly. And that is not so much from the standpoint of some lofty moral principle possibly but more from the organization’s power to ruin noncompliant hirelings financially.

In a podcast regarding church government, it was postulated that you can’t go hobnobbing on social media with someone voted out of a church. The control your church exercises over you should not be that pervasive unless you are on the payroll possibly. And that is not so much from the standpoint of some lofty moral principle possibly but more from the organization’s power to ruin noncompliant hirelings financially.

One-Eyed, One-Horned, Flying Purple People Eater?

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Is Obama Threatening Terrorist Violence If Congress Doesn’t Surrender To Immigration Demands?

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Why Shouldn’t Whites Be Allowed To Protect Themselves In South Africa?

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Crooked Police Cop To Planting Falsified Evidence

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Will Justin Bieber Now Pick The Pockets Of Deluded Christians?

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Sunday, February 22, 2015

Media Elites Call For Satanic Revival

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Will Herr Obama Compel Christian Groups To Offer Abortions As A Charitable Service?

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Is O’Reilly As Much A Fraud As Brian Williams?

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Saturday, February 21, 2015

Will Prince Harry Zing Hermione With His Magic Wand?

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Is Focus On Christian Sufficient Grounds For Church Unity?

Pastor Sean Harris on suggests in a sermon nearly of the same name that the way to eliminate divisions within the church is to focus on Christ.

So what happens when that focus on Christ leads some to believe that His Eucharistic remembrance actually becomes the literal body and blood of the Savior, some that his presence is somehow contained within the elements, and yet still others simply are a symbolic contemplative commemoration?

And whose teaching is to prevail in the way Sunday School positions or slots on the deacon board are doled out when the focus on Christ leads some to conclude that He returns to retrieve His church prior to the Tribulation and others to conclude after the Tribulation?

In his homily, Pastor Harris ruminated what the church in America would be like if there were no denominations.

Provided people did not just abandon organized religion altogether, the situation would return to the upheaval characterizing the Reformation and Counterreformation if it was required that only a singular opinion would be allowed to exist within the boundaries of a unified Christendom.

In a sermon on separation from the world, a pastor remarked that the message was one that the youth especially were obligated to obey. So does that mean the dirty old men get a free pass?

Episcopal Hierarch Makes It Sound Like Drunken Bishop Did Bicyclist A Favor In Running Him Down

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Christian Broadcaster Uses Brian Williams As Pretext For Male Bashing

The 2/15/15 episode of Knowing The Truth with Kevin Boling titled “The Tragedy Of The Male Ego” approached the Brian Williams fiasco from that particular analytical perspective.

Isn't it a testament to how much more frightening the female ego is that hardly anyone would dare raise the specter of Oprah Winfrey's own journalistic embellishments or programs such as the View as examples to which the base impulses and deficiencies of character tempting to that particular gender have been allowed to run rampant throughout the media?

Is it really male ego that prompted Brian Williams to fabricate news accounts or rather a media complex that requires increasingly extravagant spectacles to gain ratings?

How is what Williams did all that different than the “evangelastic” tales many missionaries elaborate in order to guilt-trip congregations into filling collection plates?

There is nothing in the Constitution stipulating that it disrespects the office of the President to question the patriotism of a particular occupant of that office.

Eddie Murphy refused to portray Bill Cosby in a Saturday Night Live skit. The reason given was the impropriety of kicking a man while he is down. But hasn't that been a fundamental modus operandi of Saturday Night Live over the past forty years? Would the show even exist without that variety of comedy?

The same ones insisting that all ISIS needs to turn from their policy of homicidal genocide is a job training program rank among those that would refuse to cut Pope Benedict any slack for having been forced into the Hitler Youth.