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  • What would Jesus drink? Experts guess what wine was like in ancient times and what modern ones ...

    04/02/2015 2:21:42 PM PDT · by EveningStar · 172 replies
    Orange County Register ^ | April 2, 2015 | Anne Valdespino
    Full title: What would Jesus drink? Experts guess what wine was like in ancient times and what modern ones are similar Christ was a vintner. And if you heed the Scriptures, quite a good one, according to the maitre d' at the wedding in Cana. "... the headwaiter called the bridegroom and said to him, 'Everyone serves good wine first, and then when people have drunk freely, an inferior one; but you have kept the good wine until now.'" (John 2:9-10). In ancient times, wine was precious and revered, mentioned more than 140 times in the Bible. As Easter and...
  • Pope Francis to Build Showers for Homeless in St. Peter’s Square

    11/15/2014 8:58:31 AM PST · by RnMomof7 · 20 replies
    In his latest bid to ease the suffering of the poor — and upend the expectations of the papacy — Pope Francis plans to build showers for the homeless under the sweeping white colonnade of St. Peter’s Square. A homeless man sits close to where the showers are going to be built in St. Peter’s square. Photo via Josephine McKenna/RNS Related Reading VIDEO: Our Neighbors in the Pews by The Editors Left Behind by John A. Zukowski Compassion in the Stacks by Brittany Shoot Forty Shades of Green by Sean McDonagh The Rich Get Richer by Julie Polter Three showers...
  • Jesus Would Support Universal Healthcare, Say Most Americans

    07/16/2014 8:57:06 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 78 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 07/16/2014 | Morgan Lee
    A recent poll suggests that a majority of Americans believe Jesus would have backed universal healthcare. According to a YouGov survey released earlier in July, 55 percent of respondents believe that Christ would have endorsed the issue. Despite this majority, a slight minority of American Protestants believed that the Jesus they knew would have supported universal healthcare. Only 48 percent of Protestants suggested this, in contrast to the 57 percent of Catholics who argued that their religion's founder would have backed it. Aside from Jesus, 46 percent of Protestants and 55 percent of Catholics themselves backed the policy. In addition...
  • Guess Who Owns Trademark for ‘What Would Jesus Do?’ Go Ahead, Guess.

    07/03/2014 12:50:27 PM PDT · by PoloSec · 6 replies
    Mediaite ^ | July 3 2014 | Josh Feldman
    Who owns the trademark for “What Would Jesus Do?” Is it a well-known evangelist like Pat Robertson? Is it, perhaps, the producers of that hit miniseries on the Bible? Or is it some religious political organization using it as a slogan to push some sort of agenda? Nope. It’s this guy. Yep, Tyler Perry. Perry obtained the trademark after taking it from Kimberly Kearney (also known as Poprah) after she wasn’t really using it that much.According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kearney filed for the trademark for some reality TV show she was working on, but the show never really went...
  • Elton John: Jesus Would Approve of Same-Sex Marriage

    06/29/2014 4:51:59 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 118 replies
    Time ^ | 6/29
    Pop star Elton John called the Pope “wonderful” and said that Jesus would approve of marriage equality in an interview Sunday, the same weekend gay pride events occurred all over the world.Pop star Elton John called the Pope “wonderful” and said that Jesus would approve of marriage equality in an interview Sunday, the same weekend gay pride events occurred all over the world. Although Pope Francis does not support same-sex marriage, John praised the Pope’s attitude toward LGBT people as a sign of progress in an interview with Sky News, the AFP reports.
  • Jesus Christ Did Not Believe In Tolerance & Peace, But The Punishment Of Evil Doers & Evil People

    06/18/2014 11:58:15 AM PDT · by lilyramone · 62 replies ^ | June 14, 2014 | Theodore Shoebat
    Jesus Christ did not believe in tolerance and peace, but the punishment of evil doers and evil people. I never accepted the modern perception of Christianity, as a sort of peace loving religion. Christ Himself said: Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword. –Matthew 10:34 Christ is “The LORD strong and mighty, the LORD mighty in battle.” (Psalm 24:8) The Divine Law strikes, and the heretics scatter, like wolves without a head. Now is the hour of darkness, now is the hour of the savages and their...
  • VANITY - I hear people talking about the Bible says, "not to judge" - what say you?

    04/20/2014 12:15:02 PM PDT · by stockpirate · 104 replies
    Did I say this is a vanity? | 4/20/2014 | STOCKPIRATE - vanity
    I am hearing a lot of people say that the Bible teaches that we are not to judge someone over any issue, they say "God will judge".... I don't think the Bible teaches it the they are saying and they also say that this is what their preacher teaches.... I'd like to hear from my fellow freepers on this... Have a blessed Easter...
  • Would Jesus bake cakes for gay weddings?

    03/04/2014 9:08:24 AM PST · by Morgana · 55 replies
    life site news ^ | John Stonestreet
    March 3, 2014 ( - The call for tolerating same-sex marriage has become a demand for compliance. Cases like Masterpiece Cake Shop in Colorado and Elane Huguenin’s New Mexico photography business have shown us that “tolerance” ends exactly where the right to say “no” begins. And so people, businesses, and non-profits are forced to choose between their livelihoods and their convictions. Some fellow Christians are giving this new state of affairs a thumbs-up, including Kirsten Powers, whose fearless stand against abortion I admire, and Skye Jethani, a friend I respect greatly. They argue that Christians who won’t participate in gay...
  • Would Jesus Reject 'Amnesty' for Illegals?

    10/29/2013 5:59:08 PM PDT · by Moseley · 24 replies
    World Net Daily ^ | October 29, 2013 | Jonathon Moseley
    Giving ‘amnesty’ to illegal immigrants depends upon manipulating gullible voters and elected officials. A major component of the amnesty propaganda campaign is trying to convince churches and Christians that they have to support citizenship for 11 to 20 million people breaking the law in our nation because of their Christian beliefs. Enlisting Church denominations – even those who normally vote conservative – is essential to the amnesty effort. But “Go and sin no more,” was one of Jesus Christ’s most frequent commands. Christian forgiveness never means keeping what you stole. Note the example of Zaccheus, who cries out in Luke...
  • North Carolina is first state to cut welfare amid federal shutdown

    10/15/2013 6:48:49 PM PDT · by ironwill · 70 replies
    Reuters ^ | 10-15-13 | Marti Maguire
    EXCERPT:North Carolina has become the first state to cut off welfare benefits to poor residents in the wake of the partial federal government shutdown, ordering a halt to processing November applications until a deal is reached to end the federal standstill.
  • What would Jesus drive?

    07/06/2013 6:25:34 PM PDT · by boatbums · 162 replies
    Pope Francis said on Saturday it pained him to see priests driving flashy cars, and told them to pick something more "humble". As part of his drive to make the Catholic Church more austere and focus on the poor, Francis told young and trainee priests and nuns from around the world that having the latest smartphone or fashion accessory was not the route to happiness. "It hurts me when I see a priest or a nun with the latest model car, you can't do this," he said. "A car is necessary to do a lot of work, but please, choose...
  • CNN Belief Column: Jesus would support Palestinian statehood bid

    09/25/2011 8:06:41 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 48 replies
    CNN Belief ^ | 09/25/2011 | Carl Medearis
    This week at the United Nations, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has promised to ask for recognition of a Palestinian state. If he does, the United States will veto. Why? Largely because of something we'll call Christian Zionism, an American theological movement that preaches a Christian obligation to help Jews reclaim the biblical Promised Land. I travel constantly, speaking about the Middle East to evangelical Christians across America and Europe. I lived in Lebanon for 12 years and churches invite me to talk about how to love their Muslim neighbors. Often before I get invited to speak at churches and Christian...
  • Charlie Rangel on debt: What would Jesus do? Huckabee: "Well, for starters, he’d pay his taxes"

    07/10/2011 5:55:19 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 46 replies
    Hotair ^ | 07/09/2011 | Allahpundit
    To cleanse the palate, via Mediaite, an easy joke but a gratifying one.We’ve actually reached the point of class warfare in American politics where Rangel’s pander isn’t even the dumbest one this week. CLICK ABOVE LINK TO WATCH THE VIDEO
  • Paula White Breaks Silence on Probes, Divorce, Benny Hinn [Evangelical/Protestant Caucus]

    05/12/2011 7:46:54 AM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 76 replies
    Christian Post ^ | April 1, 2011 | Lillian Kwon
    Pastor Paula White broke her silence Thursday night, addressing all the scandals that she has been associated with since her divorce in 2007. "We’re letting our hair down," White told thousands at the 2011 Pastors and Leadership Conference in Orlando, Fla. "I'm not here to look cute ... I came to let the devil know ... I'm stronger than I've ever been." Though the two-hour message began with shouts of encouragement and notes of affirmation for the participating leaders who may be facing challenges or opposition, by the end of the night it was apparent that the popular charismatic pastor...
  • What would Jesus do about illegal immigration? (Religious leaders & lawmakers trade Scripture)

    07/14/2010 2:42:46 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 35 replies
    McClatchy on Yahoo ^ | 7/14/10 | William Douglas
    WASHINGTON — Religious leaders and lawmakers traded Scripture passages Wednesday at a congressional hearing on whether there's an ethical imperative to overhaul the nation's immigration laws. Arguing for a comprehensive immigration package with a guest-worker program, Richard Land , the president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission , quoted from Matthew, Leviticus and Micah in pressing for action on the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants currently living in the U.S.
  • Passions over 'prosperity gospel': Was Jesus wealthy? (*BARF ALERT*)

    12/26/2009 6:09:29 AM PST · by markomalley · 229 replies · 2,486+ views
    CNN ^ | 12/25/2009 | John Blake
    Each Christmas, Christians tell stories about the poor baby Jesus born in a lowly manger because there was no room in the inn. But the Rev. C. Thomas Anderson, senior pastor of the Living Word Bible Church in Mesa, Arizona, preaches a version of the Christmas story that says baby Jesus wasn't so poor after all. Anderson says Jesus couldn't have been poor because he received lucrative gifts -- gold, frankincense and myrrh -- at birth. Jesus had to be wealthy because the Roman soldiers who crucified him gambled for his expensive undergarments. Even Jesus' parents, Mary and Joseph, lived...
  • Nation Digest: First family's Christmas Day began with trip to the gym

    12/26/2009 4:31:15 PM PST · by NoRedTape · 76 replies · 3,139+ views
    Washington Post ^ | Dec. 26, 2009 | Anne E. Kornblut
    "President Obama and his family celebrated Christmas in Hawaii on Friday, but with their own twists. The president and his wife, Michelle, started their day at 6:40 a.m. by going to the gym -- a feat unimaginable to most parents of young children eager to open presents on Christmas morning -- and returned more than an hour later. The first couple did not swap presents, aides said. And the Obamas did not attend church services, instead spending the day at the oceanfront home they are renting in Kailua, on the island of Oahu......."
  • Is Michael Moore a Jesus Freak?

    10/12/2009 9:29:34 AM PDT · by Ed Hudgins · 58 replies · 1,381+ views
    The Atlas Society - The Center for Objectivism ^ | October 12, 2009 | Edward Hudgins
    It’s no secret that Michael Moore hates economic liberty; the theme of his movie Capitalism: A Love Story is that the free market is evil. But unlike most on the extreme left, Moore attempts to justify his views based on his Christian Catholic religion. Moore asks, “Would Jesus be a capitalist?” He answers that capitalism “is opposite everything that Jesus ... taught” and that all religions are clear about one thing: “It is evil to take the majority of the pie and leave what’s left for everyone to fight over.” (Sadly, he’s ignoring the fact that wealth isn’t a static...
  • Bishop V. Gene Robinson: Where is the Christian perspective on health care?

    10/05/2009 11:36:54 AM PDT · by meandog · 150 replies · 2,461+ views
    Manchester Union Leader ^ | oct. 2, 2009 | Bishop Vickie Gene Robinson
    Health care is in the news — but you have to wonder where all the Christians are. This is one of the biggest issues facing our country and our people, yet no one seems to be bringing a Christian voice or tone to that debate. Have you noticed? During the presidential campaign, there was much talk about the 50 million or so who have no health care insurance, many of whom who forgo care altogether and then wind up in emergency rooms with more serious, more fully developed illnesses than would have been the case had they sought preventive care....
  • Did you just hear Kucinich? {IDIOT}

    09/23/2009 1:39:57 PM PDT · by ignorancerunsrampant · 50 replies · 2,611+ views
    Speaking about the need for health care on Fox Business, he quoted Jesus. He reminded us that Jesus said, ... "when I was hungry, did you feed me? When I was sick, did you care for me?"
  • What Language(s) Did Jesus Speak and Why Does It Matter?

    09/18/2009 12:54:26 PM PDT · by Nikas777 · 78 replies · 3,241+ views ^ | February 2004 (updated 2/2007) | Mark D. Roberts
    What Language(s) Did Jesus Speak and Why Does It Matter? by Rev. Dr. Mark D. Roberts February 2004 (updated 2/2007) Copyright © 2004 by Mark D. Roberts Note: You may download this resource at no cost, for personal use or for use in a Christian ministry, as long as you are not publishing it for sale. All I ask is that you give credit where credit is due. For all other uses, please contact me at Thank you. Part 1: Introduction Although responses to Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ movie varied widely, every viewer was struck by...
  • No One Knows What Jesus Would Do

    09/08/2009 6:03:02 PM PDT · by fiscon1 · 31 replies · 1,022+ views
    The Provocateur ^ | 09/09/2009 | Mike Volpe
    Desperate to pass health care, some of the President's supporters are trying to make the claim that Jesus would favor universal health care. For instance, here's how some of his religious supporters framed the issue. It's one thing to underwrite the lethal use of force against the unborn as part of a nationalized health-care system. It takes a certain moxie, though, to persuade oneself that such plans warm the heart of the Almighty. Yet this is how defenders of the president's agenda, including the president himself, like to talk. Passages in the Bible about compassion, justice, and the plight of...
  • What would Jesus say about health care?

    08/30/2009 12:34:44 PM PDT · by lowbridge · 94 replies · 2,111+ views ^ | 8/16/09 | Rick Lowery
    The work and teaching of Jesus offer important moral guideposts as we discuss how to deliver and pay for health care in America today. New Testament scholars generally agree that the earliest traditions about Jesus emphasize four interrelated themes: Jesus preached and practiced free healing, free food, open tables, and safe space for marginal people
  • What Would Jesus Do? Ask Obama

    08/21/2009 11:32:37 AM PDT · by thefoundersrock · 15 replies · 379+ views
    Real Clear Politics ^ | August 21, 2009 | David Harsanyi
    This week, President Barack Obama claimed his version of health care reform is "a core ethical and moral obligation," beseeching religious leaders to promote his government-run scheme. Questioning the patriotism of opponents, apparently, wasn't gaining the type of traction advocates of "reform" had hoped.
  • O'Reilly 8-19-09: "If Jesus Was Here..."

    08/21/2009 5:50:32 AM PDT · by 668 - Neighbor of the Beast · 34 replies · 1,095+ views ^ | 08-19-09 | via Sister Campbell: "We've got 47 million people that don't have access to health care." BOR: "No they do, they walk into any emergency room in the country, they have access to health care FREE." Sister Campbell: "Oh but then, please, please, then consider what that then does to those of us that have insurance, how it escalates OUR costs!"
  • What Would Jesus Do? Ask Obama

    08/21/2009 4:45:27 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 15 replies · 527+ views
    Townhall. com ^ | August 21, 2009 | David Harsanyi
    "For with thee is the fountain of life; in thy light shall we see the public option." Yes, it's finally come to this. We've dragged the Almighty Lord into the debate. It's Yahweh or the highway. This week, President Barack Obama claimed his version of health care reform is "a core ethical and moral obligation," beseeching religious leaders to promote his government-run scheme. Questioning the patriotism of opponents, apparently, wasn't gaining the type of traction advocates of "reform" had hoped. "I know there's been a lot of misinformation in this debate, and there are some folks out there who are...
  • MSNBC host: Hey, wouldn’t Jesus want us to have universal health care ?

    08/13/2009 7:53:30 PM PDT · by RobinMasters · 71 replies · 1,496+ views
    Hot Air ^ | August 13, 2009 | ALLAHPUNDIT
    I wanted to write a post on that business industry study showing that the House’s global warming bill will bludgeon the economy, but it’s simply too depressing/enraging after a long week of depression and rage. Have at it in the comments if you can muster the energy. Instead, since we haven’t had a good religion food fight in a while, enjoy stalwart lefty Ed Schultz discovering the joys of faith-based politics. It’s a testament to how vile the left’s rhetoric has become, especially when mouthed by MSNBC’s primetime line-up of demagogues, that this line of attack comes off as comparatively...
  • WWJT: Who Would Jesus Torture?

    05/31/2009 1:06:37 PM PDT · by ReformationFan · 26 replies · 984+ views ^ | 5/30/09 | Doug Giles
    A Christian radio show host asked me the other day how I could, as a believer, be cool with waterboarding terrorists for intel crucial to our national security—or, as I like to call it, the implementation of the Irrigation for Information Act. Irrigation sounds so much more pleasant than torture, oui? Oui. I told my inquiring host that as a patriotic white male Christian redneck, as far as I can deduce from the holy text, Jesus and the balance of Scripture seem to be okay with dunking Achmed if said butt munch has the 411 regarding the 10/20 of the...
  • What fad would Jesus follow?

    05/29/2009 8:04:08 PM PDT · by Alex Murphy · 21 replies · 600+ views
    The Baptist Standard ^ | May 29, 2009 | Bob Allen
    HOLLAND, Mich. (ABP)—Looking for a way to help members of her youth group use moral discernment when making life choices, a Lutheran youth minister in Holland, Mich., re-read a copy of Charles Sheldon’s In His Steps, a classic story from the 1890s in which the central character frames right and wrong with the question, “What would Jesus do?” The What Would Jesus Do? bracelet. Friendship bracelets were becoming popular in 1989. So, Janie Tinklenberg asked a friend who worked for a local company about producing some woven wristbands with the acronym WWJD—because there wasn’t enough room to spell it out—both...

    05/12/2009 3:27:05 PM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 47 replies · 1,210+ views
    Yahoo! News ^ | May 12, 2009 | Cynthia Tucker
    At long last, a prominent Christian conservative has called waterboarding what it is: torture. Last week, Richard Land, an official with the Southern Baptist Convention, said the practice is unethical and "violates everything we stand for." "There are some things you should never do to another human being, no matter how horrific the things they have done. If you do so, you demean yourself to their level," said Land, president of the SBC's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. He added, "I don't agree with the belief that we should use any means necessary to extract information." The religious right certainly...
  • A Christlike approach to immigration

    05/08/2009 4:20:48 PM PDT · by Colofornian · 47 replies · 780+ views
    Mormon Times ^ | May 8, 2009 | McKay Coppins
    A few years ago, my mom was called to be the Relief Society president in our tri-lingual ward. I remember watching as she painstakingly translated every e-mail, note and newsletter into Spanish and Portuguese. She became friends with women who didn't speak her language. She made sure every lesson was translated. One time, a cranky, English-speaking sister complained about the volunteer interpreters who sat in the back of the Relief Society room and offered hushed translations of the lessons. The sister said they made it hard to concentrate. Without flinching, my mom defended the interpreters and kindly explained that it...
  • Jesus on Property Rights and Resource Preservation

    05/04/2009 7:26:27 AM PDT · by Captain Kirk · 2 replies · 379+ views
    When I began my academic career, I was fortunate to work in a department of economics in which several of my colleagues, including Yoram Barzel, Steven N. S. Cheung, and Douglass C. North, had a keen interest in property rights and their implications for economic action. I soon began to work in several related research areas, including contractual choice in agriculture, and over the years a number of my articles and important parts of my books have pertained to property rights in some fashion. Perhaps the most important proposition in the economics of property rights is that people will not...
  • Was Jesus a Socialist?

    05/03/2009 9:53:16 AM PDT · by OneVike · 137 replies · 6,241+ views
    Post Scripts ^ | 5/3/09 | OneVike
    It has been the aim of the Democrat party since they lost the Presidential election in 2004 to subvert the Christian doctrine with the claim that Jesus was a socialist. Their goal is to convince Christians that their Social agenda is morally equivalent with the teachings and life of Jesus Christ. Considering the lack of historical and Biblical knowledge most Americans have, it is not surprising that many have fallen for the misinformation on what Jesus taught (and for whom the teachings were given). These Biblical revisionists have become especially adept at cherry picking Scripture to suit their agenda. Hence,...
  • More on Jesus and government programs.

    03/14/2009 7:08:56 PM PDT · by freemike · 27 replies · 581+ views
    Libertas ^ | 3/14/09 | FreeMike
    We hear a lot about the poor and those going through hard times. I remember it wasn’t long ago some politicians were attempting to use the name of Jesus to sell their government programs. Implying or outright saying Jesus would support government programs for the poor,, Jesus would tax the rich,, I even heard some were saying Jesus would drive a Hybrid. The question is,, is it morally right to accept government programs when you know the money that is paying for those programs has been forcibly taken from another? A practical example would be,, to accept a stimulus check,,,...
  • Jesus and government programs.

    03/13/2009 7:23:07 PM PDT · by freemike · 57 replies · 814+ views
    Libertas ^ | 3/13/09 | FreeMike
    I’m tired and it’s been a long day. But,, I wanted to throw this out in all seriousness. Just something that is rolling around in my mind. How do you think Jesus really views government programs?? The ones specifically design to help the poor.I will use stimulus checks as an example. If you receive a stimulus check or a welfare check and you know you did not pay taxes,, are you accepting stolen money??? Are you accepting a bribe?? Do you really think God looks at these programs as legalized theft?? Do Christians have a real moral responsibility, even at...
  • What would Jesus do? (Australia's Fr. Peter Kennedy)

    02/22/2009 10:03:16 PM PST · by nickcarraway · 8 replies · 618+ views
    The Australian ^ | February 21, 2009 | Andrew Fraser
    Ordered to go for defying orthodoxy, Father Peter Kennedy must decide his next move in the stand-off over St Mary's in South Brisbane. What happens next in the church may influence the direction of Catholicism in Australia, writes Andrew Fraser.As mass begins at St Mary’s Catholic Church in South Brisbane, there is no sign of a priest. Peter Kennedy, who the Catholic Church calls the parish priest but who is called the “Mass presider” in the St Mary’s newsletter, is walking around, but there’s no dog collar, vestments, or any of the other orthodox trappings of a Catholic priest. On...
  • Who Would Jesus Smack Down?

    01/11/2009 2:53:36 PM PST · by em2vn · 52 replies · 1,487+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | 01-06-09 | Molly Worthen
    Mark Driscoll’s sermons are mostly too racy to post on GodTube, the evangelical Christian “family friendly” video-posting Web site. With titles like “Biblical Oral Sex” and “Pleasuring Your Spouse,” his clips do not stand a chance against the site’s content filters. No matter: YouTube is where Driscoll, the pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle, would rather be. Unsuspecting sinners who type in popular keywords may suddenly find themselves face to face with a husky-voiced preacher in a black skateboarder’s jacket and skull T-shirt. An “Under 17 Requires Adult Permission” warning flashes before the video cuts to evening services at...
  • Newsflash - Jesus Votes For Obama!

    01/02/2009 10:39:40 AM PST · by notswift · 10 replies · 663+ views
    How Barack Obama Got Elected ^ | December 06, 2008 | notswift
    Obama. Much easier to pronounce and certainly more ear friendly than the name, Nebuchadnezzar. Beyond that difference, though, the similarities of both men are quite striking. Both, enemies of God's people, raised up by God to punish His people's increasingly sinful ways. Nebuchadnezzar, a world leader and ruler of the ancient Babylonian empire, believed that he could get more cooperation from the people who opposed him ( e.g. those that he conquered) by allowing them to keep their gods (things that they worshipped). He confiscated their land and any riches they possessed. In return, he allowed them to live a...
  • Who would Jesus vote for?

    10/22/2008 9:27:25 PM PDT · by Binstence · 35 replies · 571+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | 10/22/08 | LiveFreepOrDie
    Wednesday, October 22, 2008 Why Jesus would not vote for Barack Obama Posted: July 19, 2006 1:00 am Eastern By Jill Stanek In February 2004, U.S. Senate candidate Barack Obama's wife, Michelle, sent a fund-raising letter with the "alarming news" that "right-wing politicians" had passed a law stopping doctors from stabbing half-born babies in the neck with scissors, suctioning out their brains and crushing their skulls...
  • Would Jesus Vote for Obama?

    10/21/2008 5:10:18 PM PDT · by Pagan Power · 21 replies · 568+ views
    Pagan Power ^ | October 21, 2008 | Pagan Power
    Barack Obama likes to refer to himself as a Christian. He is fond of quoting scripture when it suits his political needs. And he refers to anyone that questions his professed Christian faith as racists that are trying to distract the American people from the issues. But Senator Obama is the one trying to deflect our attention from probably the most important issue in this election. His character. What follows is an examination of Senator Obama's character based upon his record as a public servant. It is not a smear job. I am merely stating facts from open records available...
  • WWJD – What Would Jesus Do if voting in this election?

    10/17/2008 8:19:59 AM PDT · by CommonsensicalCat · 39 replies · 451+ views
    CommonsensicalCat ^ | 10/17/2008 | C C Matthews
    With this race being played out along racial lines, gender lines, and party lines, perhaps we as voters should examine it along the lines that should be our most important motivator – faith lines. You see faith is the overarching thing that is bigger than color, gender, or political party affiliation. So how many people are voting their Christian faith? Unfortunately, I fear not enough. Huntley Brown, the famous black concert pianist wrote this about why he will not be voting for Barack Obama: “Many of my friends process their identity through their blackness. I process my identity through Christ....
  • Obama Supporter On FNC: Jesus Would Be O.K. With Abortion

    08/25/2008 10:59:36 AM PDT · by Mrs. Don-o · 40 replies · 198+ views
    Newsbusters ^ | August 14, 2008 | Dave Pierre
    Jesus would be O.K. with abortion. Not only that, Jesus's position on abortion would be even "more radical" than Barack Obama's! That was the wild, and patently false, assertion from Barack Obama supporter Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, a guest on Wednesday's The O'Reilly Factor on FNC (8/13/08). [snip] The earliest Christian writings reveal that the earliest followers of Jesus were universally against abortion: -- The Didache ("The Teaching of the Twelve") may be the earliest Christian document not found in the Bible. It has been dated at 50 A.D. It says: "You shall not murder. You shall not commit adultery....
  • Priest indicted in Edgewater church theft

    08/10/2008 10:42:26 AM PDT · by Gamecock · 22 replies · 76+ views
    Chicago Tribune ^ | August 9, 2008
    A Chicago-area Roman Catholic priest was charged Friday with stealing from his former North Side parish. Rev. Steven Patte, 64, pleaded not guilty in Cook County Circuit Judge William Lacy's courtroom.... The eight-count indictment charged Patte stole a little more than $12,000 from St. Ita's Parish.... A Chicago police detective who belonged to the parish's finance committee grew suspicious about accounting discrepancies and placed a marked $100 bill in the collection plate, sources familiar with the case said. Later, when the bill disappeared, Patte was confronted and allegedly admitted that he took the money for his personal use, the sources...
  • Vanity: We need a new wristband - "What Would Jesus Do If He Were Barack Obama?" (WWJDIHWBO)

    07/30/2008 9:02:33 AM PDT · by RinaseaofDs · 9 replies · 80+ views
    No Source - Just Got Fed Up | 7/30/08 | RinaseaofDs
    Sorry folks, the Germans basically called BS on BHO wanting NATO support so that he could pass the tax break on to the American People. I got mad at the media (for burying the story) the Great Confluence of Cultures (BHO - neither white,black,Christian,Muslim) and the Germans. The WSJ to be fair, brought this up in their Op/Ed page last night. I'm of the mind to send those plastic/rubber bracelets with: What Would Jesus Do If He Were Barack Obama?
  • Charity Should Begin with the Church

    06/08/2008 1:27:45 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 28 replies · 133+ views
    Townhall ^ | June 8, 2008 | Ken Connor
    "You will always have the poor among you..." In those words Jesus stated a simple fact that has held true through the centuries. In every society, no matter how rich and bountiful, there have always been impoverished people. These people evoke our concern and sympathy. We want to help them, but how? No society has ever overcome poverty. In the US today, the question of how to help the poor is particularly controversial, with two partisan sides struggling vigorously to promote their own answers. The liberal camp argues that government is the best entity to help the poor at home...
  • Why Jesus would not vote for Barack Obama.

    05/17/2008 4:06:27 PM PDT · by Huskrrrr · 21 replies · 199+ views
    WorldNet Daily ^ | Jill Stanek
    In February 2004, U.S. Senate candidate Barack Obama's wife, Michelle, sent a fund-raising letter with the "alarming news" that "right-wing politicians" had passed a law stopping doctors from stabbing half-born babies in the neck with scissors, suctioning out their brains and crushing their skulls. Michelle called partial-birth abortion "a legitimate medical procedure," and wouldn't supporters please pay $150 to attend a luncheon for her husband, who would fight against "cynical ploy[s]" to stop it? But that's not why Obama's opponent Alan Keyes said Jesus Christ wouldn't vote for him. Obama recalled Keyes' statement in a recent USA Today opinion piece...
  • No missionary work during Beijing Olympics (Franklin Graham)

    05/13/2008 6:25:09 AM PDT · by Terriergal · 29 replies · 158+ views
    One News Now ^ | 5-12-08 | Christopher Bodeen
    Beijing - The son of American evangelist Billy Graham said Friday he is opposed to missionary work at this summer's Beijing Olympic Games. Franklin Graham, also an evangelist, was speaking to reporters Friday during a visit to Beijing for meetings with the Communist Party-controlled Protestant church movement. He said he wanted to encourage authorities to resolve conflicts with the church, but would not criticize policies that critics say limit the church's independence and religious rights. While some Christian groups have said they plan to proselytize during the August games, Graham said he was against that because Chinese law does not...
  • Would Jesus Christ Celebrate Easter?

    03/16/2008 9:30:40 AM PDT · by DouglasKC · 243 replies · 1,974+ views
    Good News Magazine ^ | Spring 2008 | Jerold Aust
    Would Jesus Christ Celebrate Easter?For millions of people Easter Sunday is the most important religious holiday of the year. But if Jesus walked the dusty roads of Galilee today, would He observe Easter? by Jerold Aust Each spring the excitement of Easter fills the air. Many churches prepare special Easter programs about the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. At home mothers color eggs, and parents hide the brightly colored symbols of Easter around the house and lawn so that, come Easter morning, their children can excitedly hunt for them. Stuffed Easter bunnies and chocolate rabbits are seen everywhere in...
  • What would Jesus do? Ask McLaren (Brian Mclaren)

    03/01/2008 6:10:08 AM PST · by Terriergal · 33 replies · 203+ views
    St Petersburg Times ^ | February 29, 2008 | Dahlia Colon
    If Jesus walked the earth today, he'd drink fair-trade coffee and fill his Blackberry with non-church activities. So says Brian McLaren, author of more than a dozen books on modern Christianity - most recently Everything Must Change: Jesus, Global Crisis, and a Revolution of Hope. In Everything Must Change, McLaren urges an examination of four critical issues: the environment, poverty, world peace and religious understanding. The book is titled Everything Must Change. Do you mean everything? Are we doing anything right?The laws of gravity and the speed of light are just fine. (laughs) But what I'm saying with "everything" is...
  • Joel Osteen: Mitt's a Real Christian

    12/29/2007 8:16:04 AM PST · by Gamecock · 145 replies · 218+ views
    AOL News ^ | Dec 28th 2007 7:01PM | Tommy Christopher
    In an interview with Fox News' Chris Wallace, popular televangelist Joel Osteen gave Mitt Romney an endorsement of sorts, addressing the doctrinal issues that many had hoped would be addressed in Romney's "Faith in America" speech. WALLACE: And what about Mitt Romney? And I've got to ask you the question, because it is a question whether it should be or not in this campaign, is a Mormon a true Christian?OSTEEN: Well, in my mind they are. Mitt Romney has said that he believes in Christ as his savior, and that's what I believe, so, you know, I'm not the one...