Are YOU Ready for ‘Son of God’ Movie?
There is a massive cultural, entertainment and religious phenomenon scheduled for Friday, February 28. So make way — He is coming back — to the theaters that is. “He” is Jesus, that ever controversial Jewish Rabbi who will be starring in the movie Son of God. Not since the 1965 release of George Steven’s epic film, The Greatest Story Ever Told, has there been a | Read More »
Dan Savage – White House Endorsed Attack Dog Against Christianity
Dan Savage is a gay activist and founder of the “It Gets Better” Project. He has extensive ties with the Obama Administration and is a frequent visitor to the White House. Recently at a high school journalism conference, Savage, after making reference to just having sex with his male partner, launched a profanity laced attack upon the Bible and Christianity. He mentioned that regarding homosexuality, | Read More »
Liberals I thought we were supposed to be tolerant
But it is clear to me, at least for the homosexual community, that tolerance only extends so far as you are in agreement with them. Should you dare to oppose their view you are set upon just as the Reverend Rick Warren was set upon when Barack Obama chose him to give the opening prayer. I haven’t heard any tolerance from the homosexual community concerning | Read More »
The Left Does Not Want Compromise, Their Hate Too Strong
The Boston Globe had an interesting piece on January 19 that pretty much proved that the left is never, ever interested in working with others, only in conquering and destroying others. They aren’t interested in the ages old American system of compromise but only in the Marxian concept of destruction, absorption and recreation. The occasion of this example was a piece on the foolish outreach | Read More »
Rick Warren’s Extremist Foes
This content requires the most recent version of the Adobe Flash Player. Get this version below:Get Flash On its face, the invitation of Rick Warren to deliver the invocation at President-elect Barack Obama’s swearing-in ceremony is a brilliant and savvy political move. During the 2008 campaign, much was made of then-candidate Obama’s ability to potentially crack the longtime Republican hold on evangelical Christians. And while | Read More »
Some Thoughts on Rick Warren
Billy Graham is pretty much dead. It’s not nice to say, but there you have it. Franklin does not have the same star power that his dad does and, besides, they’re Protestants so a hereditary Protestant Pope is not Franklin’s to claim. Therefore, there is an opening for American Protestant Pope and Rick Warren covets the title. He wants to be the moral voice of | Read More »
Change is Inevitable
>##It appears that Sarah Palin is just the breath of life John McCain’s campaign needs. After an early summer push by McCain, polls had recently begun to suggest Barack Obama’s attack ads linking President George W. Bush and McCain were beginning to work. So how has Obama responded to the new found excitement in the Republican party? Part sarcasm, part bitterness, and what seems to | Read More »
Change is Inevitable
It appears that Sarah Palin is just the breath of life John McCain’s campaign needs. After an early summer push by McCain, polls had recently begun to suggest Barack Obama’s attack ads linking President George W. Bush and McCain were beginning to work. So how has Obama responded to the new found excitement in the Republican party? Part sarcasm, part bitterness, and what seems to | Read More »
Why Conservative is Right and Liberal is Wrong
I saw Bob Beckel on Hannity & Colmes having a case of purple-faced apoplexy defending Barak Obama’s abortion stance. It couldn’t have been easy watching his beloved candidate stumble over the stumbling stone on Rick Warren’s question, “When does life begin?” It wasn’t a hard question, but his candidate couldn’t answer it because his candidate tried to dance around God’s precepts. The way is straight | Read More »
One of Obama’s mistakes tonight
I watched Rick Warren’s Saddleback event last night. I thought it was interesting. I thought John McCain won, an opening shared by Zack Exley, a former John Kerry staffer. He called Obama’s performance “disappointing” and notes that he had been coached on a number of issues by evangelical leaders but that Obama “kind of went around in circles”, calling it “a little John Kerryesque”. By | Read More »
Saddleback Church debate analysis
Crossposted at OpinionTimes.com It was surprising that Charles Krauthammer on FoxNews felt Obama looked relaxed and confident. That wasn’t the case at all. Obama looked tight and worked harder to avoid mistakes than to give confident answers. His choices of heroes were nice sounding and “safe” but lacked thoughtfulness. He remains canned and vapid in his responses even in this relaxed forum. His most poor | Read More »
Kudos to Rick Warren
ack on August 13, I posted an open letter to Rick Warren asking him not to leave the abortion issue out of his candidate forum with John McCain and Barack Obama. He didn’t leave it out. Looks like my fears were unfounded. Good on you, Pastor Warren.
Rick Warren Needs To Ask About BAIPA And Prop 8
Dear Pastor Rick Warren, In 2004, you publicly stated to thousands of pastors that abortion and gay marriage are non-negotiable issues for the evangelical community. You were right. You have a chance once again to stand strong for your Biblical convictions when you interview Senator Obama and Senator McCain tonight. I am sure that you know that Senator Obama’s stance on abortion is more radical | Read More »
Rick Warren Sells Out to the Pro-Abortion & Anti-Israel Crowd This Weekend
As John McCain and Barack Obama head out to Saddleback to sit down with Rick Warren and avoid tough questions about Obama’s support for infanticide (yes, yes does support it, but Warren won’t be filled with enough of the Spirit to ask him about it), the Chicago Tribune is breaking news today with an exclusive about John McCain. Sen. John McCain, who is known for | Read More »
Blog may confirm political trap at Saddleback this weekend.
Since seeing the commercials on Fox News announcing a political forum at Saddleback church this Saturday, I always suspected some thing was up. Then I ran across this blog which digs a little deeper and discusses who will be “helping” Rick Warren with questions to Obama and McCain.