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People will fabricate amazing lies to cast their perceived enemies in a shameful light. This link to PolitiFact.com
discusses several interesting and entertaining examples. Read More...
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For all Christian business owners who believe that the Bible is infallible and that we should not cherry-pick which laws to follow. Read More...
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A Challenge to Christians Who Believe That The Message Of Jesus Is About Grace, Love, Integrity, and Peace for ALL.
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NO! Not at all! Politicians often use the Bible for political gain and are not interested in the truth. They look for an
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Read excerpts from this 184 page challenge to humanity. Read More...
The President's Devotional, held in Secret' In Newtown after Sandy Hook, by the White House Spiritual Adviser.
In an 84-page document which is essentially the official platform for his papacy, Pope Francis beseeches politicians to guarantee all citizens "dignified work, education and healthcare". He condemns an economy of exclusion and inequality. Read about his first year.
Carter says, "There's no evidence at all that Jesus Christ did anything except to exalt women."
Pope Francis, who has always championed the poor and vulnerable, said “Our needs, even if legitimate, will never be so urgent as those of the poor, who lack the necessities of life,"
There is nothing that is clearer in the New Testament than the fact that
the gospel breaks down the dividing walls that we have between one
President Obama could not have made any
such announcement, as he has no authority to limit church services, and
any attempt to do so would be an obvious violation of the First
Amendment's protections of religious freedom. The referenced article
was a just another hoax from the News Examiner, a fake news site started by Mr. Horner.
Don’t speak to me about your religion; first show it to me in how you treat other people.
Don't tell me how much you love your God; show me in how much you love all His children. Don't preach to me your passion for your faith; teach me through your compassion for your neighbors.
In the end, I'm not as interested in what you have to tell or sell as in how you choose to live and give.
Deli Clerk, because she might have to serve pork (Leviticus 11:7-8
); Clothing sales clerk or manufacturer because fabrics may have two types of yarn (Leviticus 19:19
); church leader, priest, or deacon because women are not to speak in church (1 Corinthians 14: 34 - 35
); public school teacher because women are not to teach men (1 Timothy 2:12-13
); jeweler because women are required to dress modestly
(1 Timothy 2:9
); any Sunday sports job because it violates the Sabbath (Exodus 31:14-15
); or a County Clerk because of she might have to register a divorce
). Jesus said the second greatest commandment is "Love your neighbor as yourself.”Matthew 22:36 - 40
Huckabee was asked if he would issue a second
divorce to Kim Davis, or refuse since Jesus condemned divorce, but said
nothing about homosexuality. Huckabee could not answer. He quoted Matthew 19 to support his narrow
definition of marriage, however that verse was actually one where Jesus was condemning
The act of judging the motives and actions of others is sticky. It's not like righteously throwing a rock at the one we deem guilty. Judging is more like putting your fist in pot of glue, then when you decide to throw it at your intended target, it sticks to you. Read more in Mick Mooney blog
A study by Baylor University researcher Aaron Franzen found frequent
Bible reading predicted greater support for issues ranging from the
compatibility of science and religion, important of seeking social and economic justice, to more humane treatment of
Susie Meister who has a PhD in Religious Studies and campaigned for George W. Bush tells about a shift in her understanding of Scripture after she examined it for herself. Non-judgmental Jesus, who defended a prostitute and ate
with the poor didn't look anything like the politics of the Right.