Skip to comments.Former Presidents Carter & Clinton call for 'A New Baptist Covenantí
Posted on 01/11/2007 8:59:58 AM PST by presidio9
click here to read article
I thought Bubba was a Seven-Day Adventurist...
Let's hope they never do.
Bill Clinton's definitions of sin:
-NOT oogling an attractive co-ed passing by.
-NOT making a pass at any old hag given the opportunity.
-NOT taking the opportunity to sell-out your fellow Americans or your country for $$$ or power.
You get the idea.
One that antisemitic and claiming that "Jesus is the son of God" will depend on what the meaning of the word 'is' is!
[Former Presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton have proposed the establishment of a broadly inclusive alternative Baptist movement to counter what they called a negative image of Baptists and to address poverty, the environment and global conflicts.]
It's already been done. They call themselves "Unitarians"
Bill Clinton, Holy Man.
The endorsement of Bill Clinton is enough to completely discredit any religious organization. The same applies to Jesse "Love Child" Jackson.
I am not a Baptist, Southern or otherwise, but I'm laughing hysterically at Bubba trying to use his "moral authority" to define a religious organization. I think if I was a Southern Baptist I'd be laughing just as much.
As for JC the Carpenter, any man who would sit next to Michael Moore on national TV is not a man to take seriesly. I don't think many people are fooled these days by his Elmer Gantry routine.
I'm not kidding! ;-)
Just guessing, but upholding the commandment not to bear false witness might just be included, ya think?
AND.... This is an attempt to bring people together...Clinton said,
Don't you just loathe lying hypocrites?
The Unitarians are the nuballs who talk about the "moral authority" (but definitely not "divinity") of Jesus of Nazareth, right?
Morris H. Chapman, president of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee, said that Carters concerns about negative perceptions of Baptists ring hollow.
He has been one of the most vocal critics of Southern Baptists, using fundamentalist as a pejorative and drawing a caustic comparison between Ayatollah Khomeinis rise to power in Iran and the resurgence of conservative leadership being elected in the SBC, Chapman wrote to Baptist Press.
Yeah, Jimmah would know all about THAT, now wouldn't he? :p
It is the Welfare State that prohibits the Body of Christ to give in Christs Name.
If a person can take drugs, sleep around, not work for a living, yet still be fed and clothed, where is the need to come to Crist or be taught about Christ?
The Church was giving freely, while teaching Gods Word to those in need. The Welfare State TOOK AWAY those in need.
This is just part of their "divide and conquer" strategy. They know that the demoncrats hold on power is tenuous, why? Because people of faith unite to try to keep a moral order in this country, and it ain't with them. They know of the power we wield at the ballot box and whatever they have to do to keep congress and gain the white house, they will do. Check out what they are trying to do to grass-roots issue advocacy by proposing the new law (Reid) These groups would have to "register" with the fed. govt. before they started their grass-roots efforts on anything (ie., miles and miles of red-tape, govt. monitoring of their activites--all in the name of stamping out "corruption")
These power hungry bastards DO NOT care about anyone but themselves
Come to think of it, there isn't any commandment that Clinton didn't ignore repeatedly except 5. By all accounts, his father was a scumbag, so he gets a pass on honoring him.
One senile and one bastard, bastardizing a "religion".
I thought liberals believed in Separation of Church and STATE. I guess they have been lying all along. Imagine that.
...or Purpose Driven.
Um, there's already an "inclusive", ultra-liberal Baptist group: they're called the American Baptists. If they're not "inclusive enough, go join the Unitarian Universalists, as already suggested.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.