Pastors of Conservative Churches Say They Won’t Preach What the Bible Says about the Issues – The American people are frustrated by numerous aspects of the coming election. The unpopular candidates, the biased media, inept political parties, unfair financing, unreliable polls, negative advertising – the list of disappointments is long. But for Christians who want to vote in an intelligent and biblical manner there is an additional, troubling concern: the unwillingness of theologically conservative pastors to help congregants understand what the Bible says about the issues relevant to the election. The refusal of pastors to preach on the issues is not based on some random observations by a handful of individuals; it is a reality confirmed through several surveys conducted by national surveys among theologically conservative Protestant pastors by the American Culture and Faith Institute. – Dominion Theology is a grouping of theocratic ideologies that seek to institute a nation governed by Christians based on understandings of biblical law.
Bryan Fischer: “It’s Not Okay for Christians to Have Diverse Opinions About Evolution.” by Hemant Mehta – It’s never good when Creationist Ken Ham makes more sense than someone else on an issue involving evolution, but he has the upper hand here.
Religious Right leader Bryan Fischer said on his show this week that Christians must agree on issues involving marriage equality and evolution. He was implicitly saying people who support gay marriage or accept science can’t be True Christians™. – Right-wing pastor Mark Creech accuses Pat Robertson of “blasphemy” for rejecting young-earth creationism – Pat Robertson‘s belief that the earth is more than 6,000 years old is losing him friends on the religious right by ELIAS ISQUITH
A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Memories BY Kyle Mantyla – Back in 2005, it was reported that Tony Perkins, now President of the Family Research Council, “paid former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard David Duke $82,500 for his mailing list. At the time, Perkins was the campaign manager for a right-wing Republican candidate for the US Senate in Louisiana.”
Shortly thereafter, FRC released a statement refuting the assertion:
WND EXCLUSIVE DOBSON: HILLARY TO ‘HAUNT’ U.S. FOR YEARS UNLESS CHRISTIANS STOP HER ‘One thing is sure: We need to be in prayer for our nation at this time of crisis’ By BOB UNRUH – Dr. James Dobson, the founder of Family Talk radio and Focus on the Family, created a stir over the weekend when he revealed in an interview that Donald Trump has become a born-again Christian.
Now he’s warning that if Christians stay on the sidelines and don’t vote, they will end up with eight years of Hillary Clinton, disclosing the thought of her in the Oval Office “haunts my nights and days.” – Thank you, Southern Baptists The so-called “fundamentalist” coup of the 70’s turned out to be a populist uprising against liberal elites by Mark Tooley – John Birch Society
Kirk Cameron To Women: Your Life Purpose Is To Please Your Husband By Natalie Thongrit – During an interview with the Christian Post, former Growing Pains star Kirk Cameron got real sexist, real fast. Cameron said in the interview:
‘Wives are to honor and respect and follow their husband’s lead, not to tell their husband how he ought to be a better husband. When each person gets their part right, regardless of how their spouse is treating them, there is hope for real change in their marriage.’ – Kirk Cameron on Marriage: Worry More About Your Own Responsibilities Than Your Spouse’s
Bachmann: Thanks To Donald, Jews Will Be Able To Say Merry Christmas Again! – During an interview about the intersection between American politics and religion, failed presidential candidate Michelle Bachmann explained why she supports Donald Trump and believes he is an exemplary evangelical candidate.
Bachmann says that Trump “gets and understands religious liberty.” – Michele Bachmann: Trump longs for days when ‘even my Jews would say Merry Christmas’ By BRAD REED – Bachmann: Trump misses days when ‘even my Jews would say Merry Christmas’ – Indiana Klan