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Top 10 Anti-Christian Acts of 2009

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Revmitchell, Jan 14, 2010.

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  1. Revmitchell

    Revmitchell Well-Known Member

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    10. Pro-life Pastor Reverend Walter Hoye of Oakland, CA was jailed for exercising peaceful, pro-life speech.


    9. Rev. Fred Winters was murdered while preaching in his pulpit in Maryville, Illinois.


    8. HBO’s program "Curb Your Enthusiasm" aired an episode where the main actor urinates on painting of Jesus. When confronted HBO would not apologize.


    7. The overt homosexual participation in Obama's presidential inaugural events by “Bishop” Vickie Eugene Robinson, the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington D. C., and a homosexual marching band.


    6. Police called to East Jessamine Middle School in Lexington, Kentucky to stop 8th graders from praying during their lunch break for a student whose mother was tragically killed.

    5. Pro-life activist Jim Pullion was murdered in front of his granddaughter's high school for showing the truth about abortion.


    4. An activist judge ordered a home school mom in New Hampshire to stop home schooling her daughter because the little girl “reflected too strongly” her mother’s Christian faith.

    3. The Federal Department of Homeland Security issued a report entitled "Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate" that labeled conservative Christians extremists and potential terrorists.


    2. President Obama's appointment of radical anti-Christians like homosexual activist Kevin Jennings as the "safe school czar;" pro-abortion advocate Kathleen Seblius made Secretary of Human and Health Services, and Chai Feldblum, pro-homosexual and anti-religious liberty judge nominated for Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

    1. The Federal Hate Crimes Bill that attacks religious liberty and freedom of speech. For the first time in our history ministers are vulnerable to investigation and prosecution for telling the truth about homosexuality.

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  2. Johnv

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    I thought was was a real list, until I got to number 4. Given the fact that #4 is false, it makes one wonder how inaccurate some of the other things on the list are.

    If anyone wants to know what constitutes an anti-christian act, look at anything Westboro Baptist Church does. They engage in anti-christian acts constantly.
     
  3. billwald

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    I think #4 refers to a divorce settlement case where mother violates the terms and conditions.

    I suppose #1 refers to some nut street preacher using a bull horn?
     
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    You realize that "freedom of speech" includes speech you don't like, right?
     
  6. Aaron

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    bill's in denial.

    It's gettin' hot, folks.
     
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    I don't like to see this any more than others, but the hotter it gets the faster the fake Christians will get out of the kitchen.
     
  8. Magnetic Poles

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    And how is this "anti-Christian"? The inaugural is a secular, civil event; not a church service. Are gay Americans not Americans nonetheless? Are not all Americans allowed to participate? More whining and persecution complex.
     
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    If it's so secular why did they ask Robinson and Warren there to pray?
     
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    That is the new president's prerogative. He could have a goat herder sacrifice a kid if he likes. However, it is not a Constitutional mandate. Neither is "So help me God" on the Oath of Office. Inauguration is a secular celebration by its very nature. As well it should be.
     
  11. matt wade

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    Well, according to the "president's prerogative", this one wasn't secular. He had people praying at it.
     
  12. Magnetic Poles

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    How do you figure a prayer or two transform a secular event to a totally Christian one? Those are minor parts of Inauguration Day. Just like the Inaugural Balls don't make it into a big dance.
     
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    But several unrepentant gay performers do make it an anti-Christian event.
     
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    No, not all Americans are allowed to participate. The KKK are Americans. Where was their invitation?

    Civil offices are not secular. They are the ministers of God.
     
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    Sorry, you are wrong. Individual KKK members can certainly participate if invited. In fact, the organization could, if asked. They were not invited.

    Civil offices are indeed secular. There is no religious test for public office. There is a reason we don't intermingle government and religion. How you get the idea that civil officials are "ministers of God" is apparent only in your odd (and incorrect) view of how our government functions. Try taking a high school civics class. It would do you a world of good.
     
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    No, they are not. Civil government is a divine institution like marriage.

    That doesn't mean it's secular.

    That's a lie of the mind. Government and religion are always intermingled. It just so happens that the religion of Secular Humanism has become the prevailing thought in recent years. It wasn't always so, and you know it.

    That's what Paul said, and God and I agree. Why else would the government have a say in marriage?

    We're well aware of your godless world view. It's plain everytime you submit a byte.
     
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    No! Not freedom of bull horn!

    Freedom of speech does not and should not extend to street preachers or anyone else blasting for blocks with a bull horn!

    Or does your freedom of speech included an imam blasting a call to prayer 5 times a day?
     
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    Well, I'll ask my congressman to amend the constitution...to get billwald's permission before speaking, since it is he who is the granter of all rights.

    :rolleyes:
     
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    Freedom of speech doesn't include the right to disturb the peace. You can speak anytime you like, but you do not have the right to come and set up an electronic amplification system to use for the purpose wherever you like.
     
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    Does having a heretic lead a prayer, and attending a special inagural ball sponsored by his church via one of it's commercial enterprises make a presidential inauguration an anti-Christian event like Bush did with the Rev. Sun Myung Moon in 2000 and 2004?
     
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