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Op-Ed: “Christianity Today” Media, Wrong Again About Slavery, Racism, and Trump!

Recently, Christianity Today (CT) published an article they thought was adding to the racial solution but it only made it more confusing, convoluted, and combustible. The title “Justice Too Long Delayed” suggested, “it’s time for the church to make restitution for racial sin.” While there were some thoughtful points, it was typical leftwing propaganda. CT’s history of condescending false intellectualism ...

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‘Absolute Monarchy’: Catholic Priests, Jewish Congregants Sue Cuomo, De Blasio Over Double Standards On Worship, Protests

Andrew Cuomo

Catholic priests and Jewish congregants have filed a lawsuit against Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Democratic New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio over double standards on worship and protests. Two Catholic priests from upstate New York and three Orthodox Jewish congregants from Brooklyn filed lawsuit June 10 against Cuomo, de Blasio, and Attorney General Letitia James in ...

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SCOTUS Rejects Request From California Church To Block Worship Restrictions

The Supreme Court of the United States has rejected a request from a church to block California restrictions on religious services. South Bay United Pentecostal Church of Chula Vista, California, filed a petition over Memorial Day weekend saying that Newsom’s coronavirus restrictions “arbitrarily discriminate against places of worship in violation of their right to the Free Exercise of Religion under ...

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Why Are Liberals So Consumed With Sex?

For years, many have written about the atrocities of Socialists, Communists, Abortionists, Atheists, Nazis, Religious Zealots, Vegans, Global Warmers, Globalists, anti-Americans, Democrats, KKK, Black Lives Matter, Greenies, and similar Mother Earther’s; hereinafter, referred to as Liberals. Just when we think we have heard, seen, or read everything possible about these barbaric aliens, another ‘crazy’ jumps out from their cage. Sadly, ...

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‘Total And Complete Victory:’ Illinois Governor Withdraws Worship Restrictions

The governor of Illinois has withdrawn restrictions on religious services amid the coronavirus pandemic following lawsuits from the Thomas More Society. The nonprofit law firm hailed Democratic Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker’s Thursday announcement as a victory after the governor said he would remove mandates on Illinois churches requiring no more than 10 or more people to be present at services. ...

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Maryland County Backtracks Order Banning Communion, Discouraging Singing At Religious Services

A Maryland county has reversed on an executive order that would have banned communion at religious services had it gone into effect. County Executive Calvin Bell of Howard County, Maryland signed an executive order May 26, scheduled to go into effect Friday, that banned communion at religious services and related how religious institutions, barber shops and other retail establishments could ...

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Here’s How The DOJ Fought For Religious Freedom During The Pandemic

Governors across the United States have issued orders during the coronavirus pandemic that restrict or prohibit religious services. The Department of Justice and Attorney General William Barr have fought back against such restrictions on multiple occasions. “Even in times of emergency,” Barr warned in April, federal law prohibits religious discrimination. Governors and mayors across the United States have issued orders ...

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Minnesota Governor Backs Down, Allows Religious Services To Resume

Democratic Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz will allow religious services to resume with restrictions, the governor announced Saturday. The Minnesota governor’s new order allows for worship to resume at 25% capacity and with social distancing, “to proceed as safely as possible during the COVID-19 Peacetime Emergency,” according to local outlet Kare11. “I have had many meaningful conversations with faith leaders over ...

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McEnany Suggests Reporters ‘Desperately’ Want Churches To Stay Closed

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany jabbed at White House reporters Friday, saying that she found it interesting to be in a room “that desperately wants” churches to stay closed. “Boy, it’s interesting to be in a room that desperately wants to seem to see these churches and houses of worship stay closed,” McEnany said. McEnany had been discussing President ...

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Trump Threatens To Override Governors If They Do Not Open Churches

President Donald Trump called on governors Friday to open houses of worship “right now,” warning he will override governors’ orders if they do not allow Americans to attend religious services. Trump spoke Friday at the White House where he said governors should allow churches and places of worship to open, saying that if governors have any questions on this, “they’re going to have ...

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California’s Reopening Plan Discriminates Against Churches, DOJ Says

California’s plan for reopening the economy discriminates against churches, the Department of Justice warned Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom Tuesday. The DOJ told Newsom in a letter provided to the Daily Caller News Foundation that though the DOJ understands California’s responsibility to protect the health and safety of Californians, the state also has a duty to preserve religious liberty during ...

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WuFlu Puts Jesus in Intensive Care

The most remarkable impact the Flu Manchu has on America is the sight of pastors waiting, like dogs anticipating a treat, until Caesar gives them permission to start rendering unto God. You couldn’t have convinced me in March that Baptist preachers would cancel Easter Services. Easter is the central pivot of Christianity. Without the Resurrection, Christianity is pointless.  As Paul ...

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Federal Judge Blocks North Carolina Governor’s Restrictions On Religious Services

Democratic North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper’s restrictions on indoor religious services show a distrust of those who are worshipping, according to a ruling from a federal judge. U.S. District Judge James C. Dever III temporarily blocked Cooper’s restrictions on indoor services in a Saturday ruling, The News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C., reported. Dever said that Cooper’s stay-at-home order presents ...

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Crucified God – the message of Easter!

God dies on a bloody cross to reconcile man with himself, can it be more dramatic than that? It is love that drives this astonishing event, as it says “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life”. Here we trace the reason why ...

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