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originally posted by: infolurker
Protestant Leaders Declare Reunification of Churches Under the Holy See
AUGUSTA COUNTY, Va. – A Virginia school district has removed a number of wheat and vegetable products from its lunch menu after a flood of phone calls and emails from concerned parents demanded the removal of the grains and greenery, which originated in the Middle East nearly 9,000 years ago, on the grounds they could be used to indoctrinate their children into Islam.
Luciferian Fundamentalist" agenda then, one hidden behind a "New Aged" form of Xtianity, attempting to annihilate and destroy America? Is all of this occurring, successfully, in the name of fulfilling a plan for a final "battle" between what we generally call "good and evil?"
All of this is alive and even taught by our own pastors who faith their own internal battles daily. Some will mislead purposefully, of that I have no doubt, but some know not what they do.
Tell me if you feel the following statement is true or false: Fundamentalist Xtians are proceeding with a population extermination plan; this in the United States in particular, but all over the world as well. These Fundamentalists are attempting to "fulfill" their counterfeit reading, and counterfeit rendition of Scriptural prophecy.
Why do you fear people of faith so very much that you feel the need to call them nasty names?
Who, exactly are these masses of people who are refusing education
Get out there and get involved in actually helping those in need
originally posted by: diggindirt
I have neither the time nor inclination to make myself acquainted with your boogeymen.
See, I "know these people" also because I see and work them on a daily basis and I don't find them scary. I'm not the least bit deluded about them taking over government and turning the US to a theocracy.
Buzzy obviously has a problem that needs help. Let's hope the help comes.
As we have been reporting for several months, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has been consolidating support from Religious Right leaders by enthusiastically embracing their anti-gay, anti-choice views. The momentum shifted into high gear after a secret meeting on December 7 at which dozens of Religious Right leaders voted to back Cruz – and a flood of endorsements has followed.
Now, the Washington Post’s Tom Hamburger reports that the group will gather again a few days after Christmas “at a remote ranch in central Texas, where Cruz, his wife and several key financial backers will visit with some of the country’s most prominent evangelical leaders for private conversations and a public rally.”
The ranch is owned by Farris Wilks, who with his brother made billions in the fracking business and has since become a major funder of far-right, anti-gay, anti-choice, anti-church-state separation organizations. The Wilks brothers have already given at least $15 million to the effort to elect Ted Cruz.
Farris Wilks is also a pastor who portrays gays as child predators and mocks environmentalism. He preached after Barack Obama’s re-election, “I do believe that our country died that Tuesday night, to all that’s honorable, all that’s good, that’s ambitious, and that has justice.”
The Wilks brothers have also been big funders of Christian-nation zealot David Lane, a political operative who has been working hard to get conservative pastors to run for office and to convince Christian conservatives to rally behind a single Republican candidate.
Lane is driven by the desire to get the reins of government in the hands of people who share his belief that America was founded by and for Christians and has a national mission to advance the Christian faith.
Lane and other Religious Right leaders are now publicly trashing Marco Rubio for not working hard enough to get conservative evangelical support.
When I first met with Sen. Cruz’s dad, Rafael, some months back and he shared with me how Sen. Cruz was elected to be the senator of Texas,” he said, “I knew right then that this was the kind of thing that if this if God was in, we would see a miracle happen, that that was the only way that Sen. Cruz could make it to be president of the United States.”
“We must have a Gospel-based moral and cultural revolution,” he added. “It can only flow from the church, it can only flow from the people of God, but if the people of God across the country were united with a godly president, we could see radical change come.”
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