I agree completely. The party that booed God at its convention has just won a second term. We can’t deny it any further. We live in a post-Christian society.
I don't think it's been determined that even that happened.
I believe we’re in the end times. Jesus Christ, come back soon! The good news for his believers is in the end, we win!
No ad about the democrats booing God at their convention
No ad about Obama denying protection to babies that survive abortion attempt
No ad showing Obama supporting homosexual marriage which even in liberal Maryland was rejected by nearly 50% of the state.
Just total focus on jobs and spending...and what did it get us? Less votes than McCain got.
So now the answer is to further diminish the demoralize the base by reaching out to illegals, homosexuals, and drug advocates? LOL
Good luck with that.
God sees all and still reigns supreme. When the eternal Book is opened will your name be written in it for believing and standing on His Word no matter the opposition? This world is not our eternal home but people voted for either ungodliness or righteousness.
True. This is because they've pretty much all gone out of business.
What's exclusively secular (or liberal) about legal marijuana?
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GM is undead, so is Al Qaeda, and the report of the Religious Right’s death was...exaggerated.
"`Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.'
The civilisation of antiquity was the whole world: and men no more dreamed of its ending than of the ending of daylight. They could not imagine another order unless it were in another world. The civilisation of the world has passed away and those words have not passed away.
In the long night of the Dark Ages feudalism was so familiar a thing that no man could imagine himself without a lord: and religion was so woven into that network that no man would have believed they could be torn asunder. Feudalism itself was torn to rags and rotted away in the popular life of the true Middle Ages; and the first and freshest power in that new freedom was the old religion. Feudalism had passed away, and the words did not pass away.
The whole medieval order, in many ways so complete and almost cosmic a home for man, wore out gradually in its turn: and here at least it was thought that the words would die. They went forth across the radiant abyss of the Renaissance and in fifty years were using all its light and learning for new religious foundations, new apologetics, new saints.
It was supposed to have been withered up at last in the dry light of the Age of Reason; it was supposed to have disappeared ultimately in the earthquake of the Age of Revolution.
Science explained it away; and it was still there. History disinterred it in the past; and it appeared suddenly in the future. To-day it stands once more in our path; and even as we watch it, it grows."