Christianity is fractured
Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. Either we, as His followers on earth, are possessed by Him, or we are not.
Following cultural authority is the wide road, and the Bible tells us where that road leads. It is through the narrow gate that we must pass.
In America, we need a cultural revolution. It starts with an awakening. Then comes a personal decision each must make: will I follow Biblical authority, and be possessed by the Truth, or will I follow cultural authority and compromise the Truth? For the Truth is not an object to be manipulated, but the Person and Divinity of Jesus Christ. Deny Him at your own peril.
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Being gay doesn’t send you to Hell
Gays don’t go to Hell because they are gay. They don’t go to Hell because they are married to another man, or sleep with another man. God does not condemn them for who they are.
God sent the Law and He will not bend it. Grace is absolution, forgiveness, but it’s not permission to continue living a sinful life.
I might do better to quit focusing on the part that happens after grace is accepted (obedience) and start focusing more on trying to make those living sinful lives understand that His grace is there unconditionally, and that I too am a recipient of that grace. We might all do better.
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Mozilla CEO becomes untouchable for 2008 Prop-8 contribution
The trend is clear: any words, actions, contributions, or even the hint that you might not support the left’s agenda of complete worship of the LGBT lifestyle, will disqualify you for any honor, privilege, high position, or job with responsibility. It doesn’t matter if it was yesterday, last year, or 30 years ago. If you haven’t “repented” of your sin of disagreeing with the agenda, you are excluded.
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Jan Brewer sells religious freedom to the highest bidder
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has vetoed Senate Bill 1062, a bill that would have allowed businesses, such as wedding photographers and wedding cake bakers, to assert their religious beliefs in rejecting participation in same-sex wedding events. While she claims to have lamented over how the bill “could divide Arizona in ways we cannot even imagine and no one would ever want,” her true motivation really | Read More »
Tags: 1st amendment
, freedom of religion
, Homosexual rights
, jan brewer
, jeff flake
, Jim Crow
, John McCain
, Republicans in Name Only
Andy Cuomo’s Dirty Laundry
Andy & Infanticide – Infants no right to life On Sept. 13 of 1984 of that year, another Governor Cuomo, Andrew’s father, Mario, famously laid out his contention that being personally opposed to abortion – the taking of innocent human life – and being a public advocate for its legality and subsequent policy accommodations was a morally sound position for a Catholic in politics. You | Read More »
NM Supreme Court: Gays as Capable of “Responsible Procreation” as Heterosexuals
First comes love, Then comes marriage, Then comes… Last week the New Mexico state Supreme court ruled redefining marriage, mandating that changes be made so as to not “discriminate” based on gender. The decision was 5-0 and the opinion read in part: We separately consider the purported governmental interests in responsible procreation and responsible child rearing. Regarding responsible procreation, we fail to see how forbidding | Read More »
Redefining marriage in New Mexico would hurt equality
In New Mexico the Left is attempting to change the definition of marriage– a sacred vow between one man and one woman. In New Mexico, marriage licenses are written to allow ONE MALE applicant and ONE FEMALE applicant. The forms make it clear. But beginning this fall something changed. One county clerk just decided to order new marriage licenses– going around the law and printing | Read More »
Gay Superheroes vs. Superheroes Who Are Gay
In an effort to come up with the nerdiest RedState post in recent memory, I decided to turn to something that bothered me yesterday in the early afternoon hours as I read the usual Wednesday comic releases. Today’s subject will be really special, as we delve into homosexuality in comics (I cannot find a featured image to put into the post via the editor that | Read More »
Marriage: Pillar of Society? Or…
What is marriage? As traditionally defined: mar·riage – [mar-ij] – noun 1. A. The social institution under which a man and woman establish their decision to live as husband and wife by legal commitments, religious ceremonies, etc. As the Bible has said: “But from the beginning of the creation God made them male and female. For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and cleave | Read More »
, lisa miller
Hypocrites Regarding Marriage
The denizens hailing President Obama’s change of opinion regarding homosexual marriage claim their mission is “the right to marry for everyone”, “marriage equality”, “the end of discrimination” and other such idealistic statements. However, their claims of fighting for fairness noticeably omit others currently not allowed to marry whomever they wish. Homosexual advocates and their allies frequently lump together all deviant sexual lifestyles as “LGBT”. One | Read More »
, Gay Marriage
, same sex
Obama – To Be Or Not To Be “Gay”
Here’s the way Obama plays the game of politics – in 2008 in an MTV interview, Obama said, “marriage is “between a man and a woman” and that he is “not in favor of gay marriage.” Obama was adamant about his stand on same sex marriages, but….. On May 9th 2012 Obama is advocating same sex marriages and although some call him a flip flopper | Read More »
Why Did Obama Ditch Our African American Community?
The master of “flip flop” has taken a sharp left curve in his attempt to buy some more gay votes. The past three years he’s not only kicked the African Community under the bus he turned his back on them once he got their votes in 2008. Why has Obama devoted much of our money and time on the Gay Community? The Gay Community is | Read More »
Tags: Barack Obama
, Barney Frank
, conservative blog
, Gay community
, Man's Country
, Michelle Obama
, Rahm Emanuel
, Reverend Wright
Weakening the Democratic Base, Part 7: Gay Activism
In a way, it would seem strange that conservatives and Republicans should even contemplate or worry about the gay vote. Some estimates of the gay community in America puts it no higher than pehaps 3.5% of the population, or 9 million Americans. The actual number of gays is not the problem per se, but the number of gay agenda sympathizers is the problem. Lets | Read More »
LGBT and Rainbow Justice
As of February 8, 2011, Manhattan, Kansas has created a new mentality for the state. The message is clear: “Christians, beware.” There is a new sheriff in town that goes by the name of LGBT. The acronym “LGBT” stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender and this organization and those that follow under its rainbow banners now wield the power to start a legalized process | Read More »
LGBT: Kansas, you’re not in Kansas Anymore
“Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” Those were the troubled words of Dorothy Gale as she found herself in a foreign world in the movie The Wizard of Oz. Many have used that sentence over the years for different reasons but in general it highlights a feeling of being somewhere that is so alien to our sense of normality that we cannot | Read More »