Oct 15 2014

Actor Risks Attack by Coming Out of the Closet…As a Christian


Kevin Sorbo, star of the 1990s TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, as well as the 2011 movie Soul Surfer and this year’s highly successful God’s Not Dead, said there is a huge audience for Christian-themed movies and Hollywood would profit if it understood that audience, but he added that if you are a Christian and a conservative in Hollywood, “you will get attacked.”

In an interview with CNSNews.com about the new movie Let the Lion Roar, in which he plays the 16th century Protestant John Calvin, Sorbo talked about the appeal of Christian movies in the marketplace and how the media are hostile toward people of faith.

“I think being a conservative in Hollywood and being a Christian in Hollywood, you get attacked.”

“I don’t know why Christians get bashed,” he said. “Christians aren’t the ones beheading children and blowing up churches and buses with women and children on board.”

Kevin Sorbo’s latest film project, Let the Lion Roar, examines how the Bible was changed by some anti-Jewish writers throughout history and presents its message that the Jewish people and Israel are vital in God’s plan for man’s salvation.

Read the full article at CNSNews.com.

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Oct 13 2014

Liberals, once again, see Christians as more of a threat than Islam

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In a laughably pejorative article titled, “Why right-wing Christians are actively promoting genocide” Salon goes off the deep end trying to demonize Christians (Remember, who they refer to as “right wing Christians” are Christians. Who Liberals refer to as “mainstream Christians” are Liberal pretending to be Christians so they can—as they’ve done with so many other groups and institutions—invade, control and either destroy or convert to a mislabeled functionary of Liberalism.)

They base the wild assumption in the title by claiming that one Christian magazine, which focuses on a small segment of Christians, charismatic, as “a leading Christian magazine”. No offense to Charisma magazine, who has had as one of its former editors a good friend of this author, but it’s hardly a “leading Christian magazine”. The percent of self-identified Christians who are charismatic is anywhere from 10 to 25%, so even the group itself is not a representation of Christians as a whole.

Charisma removed the article almost immediately after posting it, which seems to mean nothing to Salon in regards to even Charisma’s agreement with the article. It can still be found at the author’s web site. It is interesting comparing the actual article, which calls for Christians to be prepared to defend themselves, to Salon and other Liberals’ “interpretation” of the article, which, as Salon claimed, they believe calls for Christians to murder all Muslims. Of course Salon ignores Charisma’s previous articles on Islam, which take a much different stance.

But the irony of it all is that Salon tries to make the lofty point that the author is lumping peaceful Muslims with violent Muslims, and over generalizing, yet Salon complains about this as they lump all Christians in with charismatics who they then define by one magazine that not all charismatics read, based on an oped that the magazine yanked almost immediately. Meanwhile opinion polls consistently show anywhere from 20 to 30% of Muslims support the actions of violent, extremist Muslims.

Wow, Salon, dhimmi a break.

Oct 10 2014

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Sep 12 2014

Homosexuals Steal New York’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade

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Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, said he will not march in the 2015 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New York City because he was repeatedly misled by parade committee officials that a pro-life group would be allowed to march, along with a pro-gay contingent, as part of an alleged rules change agreement.

Bill Donohue has defended the exclusion of a gay group marching with its own banner in the parade because the parade rules prohibited such action, rules that applied to pro-life groups as well. The point of the parade is to honor St. Patrick and the Irish-Catholic heritage.

Donohue explained that, this year, “when I was asked how I would react to a gay group being asked to join, I said I could support this decision only if a pro-life group were also invited. Indeed, I explicitly pressed for confirmation that there has been a formal change in the parade’s rules. I was told that there was and that a pro-life group would march in 2015.”

“The goal of some in the Irish community is to neuter the Catholic element in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade,” said Donohue.  “They want it to be an ethnic celebration. But as I have said, we are not the Irish League: we are the Catholic League. Indeed, our full name is the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights.”

He continued, “Under the direction of [Committee Vice Chairman John] Lahey, who has effectively taken over control of the parade, there is no room for a pro-life Catholic group in 2015, but there is room for a non-Irish, non-Catholic, gay group. But the worst is yet to come.”

“When Lahey was told that radical gay groups, led by Brendan Fay, would like to march in 2016, he ‘reacted enthusiastically,’” said Donohue.  “Fay is a former official of DignityUSA, an outfit that works against the teachings of the Catholic Church. ‘I think Brendan Fay will find we’re very receptive,’ Lahey said.”

“For the record, DignityUSA is a group which had Paul Shanley as its chaplain, the most infamous child rapist priest in the history of the Catholic Church,” said Donohue.  “More recently, it opposed the request made by the Catholic League that the Empire State Building light its towers in honor of Mother Teresa’s centenary. …  This explains why the Catholic League is finished with the New York St. Patrick’s Day Parade.”

Read the full article at CNSNews.com.

Sep 8 2014

Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy dies at age 93

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S. Truett Cathy, the billionaire founder of the privately held Chick-fil-A restaurant chain that famously closes on Sundays but also drew unwanted attention on gay marriage in recent years because of his family’s conservative views, died early Monday, a company spokesman said. He was 93.

Chick-fil-A spokesman Mark Baldwin told The Associated Press that Cathy died at home surrounded by members of his family. Funeral plans had not yet been finalized, he said.

Under the religiously conservative founder, the chain gained prominence for its Bible Belt observance of Sunday — none of its hundreds of restaurants are open on that day, to allow employees a day of rest. Its executives often said the chain made as much money in six days as its competitors do in seven.

The family-owned company has said it has had 46 consecutive years of positive sales growth. Cathy’s $6 billion fortune as the founder of Chick-fil-A puts him on the yearly Forbes magazine list of the wealthiest Americans in the country. The company has listed him on its website as its chairman emeritus after he left day-to-day operations to younger generations.

“I’ve experienced poverty and plenty and there’s a lesson to be learned when you’re brought up in poverty,” he said in 2007. “I had to create some good work habits and attitude.”

Read the full article at FoxNews.com.

Aug 25 2014



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Jun 24 2014

PCUSA, once again, confirms that it’s only a sham, not a real church

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Mainline Protestantism, at least in its official curia, has been liberal for nearly 100 years. But for most of that century it was a thoughtful, dignified liberalism that still roughly adhered to historic Christianity’s moral architecture, even if it no longer upheld the core doctrine. But the yonder years of stately Protestantism, at least in the old Mainline, are largely over. And this week, the 1.7 million member PCUSA suffered a meltdown, authorizing clergy to conduct same sex unions, reaffirming its commitment to largely unrestricted abortion rights, and voting to divest from three firms doing business with Israel.

The church’s redefinition of marriage, by a 71-29 percent vote, got the most attention, although it was anticlimactic. Sexual liberalism captured the denomination in 2010, when the PCUSA voted to abandon its expectation of monogamy in marriage and celibacy in singleness for its clergy. Since then, hundreds of congregations have quit, organized conservative resistance largely stopped, and the 2012 General Assembly was expected to authorize same sex unions but fell short. In just the last two years, the PCUSA lost nearly 200,000 members, a rate, which if continued, would mean no more PCUSA in less than 20 years.

78 percent of the PCUSA General Assembly struck down a resolution condemning the killing of babies born alive during abortions, as occurred with notorious abortionist Kermit Gosnell. Initiated by the South Alabama presbytery, it called for inclusion of pro-life Presbyterians and an investigation into doctrinal and financial support of abortion. Dissenters cited pro-abortion stances, while others noted past affirmation of viable babies and reservations in commenting on criminal cases.

Sources: WorldMag.com, Spectator.org.


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May 26 2014

Benham Brothers Vow to Stand Up to Intolerant Bullies

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The twin brothers who lost their reality TV show when a website attacked their Christian beliefs say they’ll not only “stand up” to bullying intolerance but also keep a commitment to six families by selling their properties without taking a cent.

David and Jason Benham, who recently met and prayed with the six families scheduled to be on their canceled show, told Dana Loesch on her online show on TheBlaze TV that Christians in other countries face far worse than losing television deals.

“We are in a very dangerous place in America right now where we cannot separate someone’s ideas and the person himself,” David Benham told Loesch. Although the brothers “love all people because God is in us,” he said, “That does not mean we have to love all ideas. Certainly that should not be the case for any of us.”

The corporate moves against the North Carolina-based Benhams occurred after a website associated with the liberal political advocacy group People for the American Way labeled the brothers “anti-gay” and “anti-choice” because of their Bible-based stands for marriage as a man-woman union and against abortion on demand.

Read the full article at The Foundry.