To: Chancellor Palpatine
I went to a christian recontructionist church. When the minister started talking about how slavery in the States was justified and a good thing, I got up and left. He is an ardent follower of Rushdoony. The comments about slavery was the last straw, among other things. They're really into this christian theocracy, the christian government will rule with an iron fist crap. I've never heard DJ Kennedy espouse these beliefs though. As for Randall Terry of all people, one has to watch out for church folks, as they fall into sin/hypocrisy in the worst way.
I think the whole Roy Moore thing IS a spectacle, and he got what he deserved as if he should have never been punished.
posted on 11/14/2003 7:53:38 PM PST
(let's klap another klippies)
Randall Terry of all people, one has to watch out for church folks, as they fall into sin/hypocrisy in the worst way.
not sure I follow, did Terry fall into some gross sin or hypocrisy of late?
posted on 11/14/2003 8:12:05 PM PST
(robert... the rino... LWMPTBHFTOSTA....)
Kennedy has employed radical reconstructionist George Grant in the past - an odd thing to do if you don't like them, and it wasn't as if that history wasn't available. To top it off, Kennedy has been really aggressive on the political end, and tying his politicians in with his TV ministry (as well as having his mitts in to TBN). I suspect that you are not seeing the full extent of the beliefs, motivations and desires, because he's pretty good at hiding them.
On one lengthy thread, several people adamently denied Kennedy's connection with the Crouches and TBN, but it was there, plain as day, documented from several sources.
As for Randall Terry of all people, one has to watch out for church folks, as they fall into sin/hypocrisy in the worst way.
Reconstructionists are far more dangerous that Al Quaida for they are hiding in our own institutions.
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