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Some Things Said… (Mar 05) (2)

Fear of God "There was a time when "fear of God meant piety, or at least conscience. Today, it more accurately describes the worldview of secular liberals who get itchy and twitchy at any reminder of our religious roots as a nation." --Mona Charen from www.federalist.com 03.17.05 MTV "In 171 hours of MTV programming, PTC analysts found 1,548 sexual scenes containing 3,056 depictions of sex or various forms of nudity and 2,881 verbal sexual references. That means that children watching…

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Some Things Said… (Mar 05)

Getting Out God designed Christianity to be a 4WD spiritual vehicle with mudders, a truck that brings life to the outback. It is not a sensitive Miata that must be preserved from going off road and into the bush. Quit treating the truth claims of the scripture, the power of the Holy Spirit and the compassion of the Creator like they are some fragile little Faberge' eggs that must be coddled, kept in the sanctuary and never exposed to the…

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Some Things Said… (Feb 05) (2)

Abuse Victim Tells Her Story at National Press Club Speaking at a recent press conference at the National Press Club in Washington , DC , a member of an underground house church in China told about her experiences of torture, abuse, and arbitrary imprisonment by Chinese police. According to a news release from the China Aid Association, Ms. Liu Xianzhi, 34, a member of the South China Church , escaped from China last month after serving her sentence in a…

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Some Things Said… (Feb 05)

Women's magazine offers tips to feminine terrorists "ROME -- Al Qaeda has introduced an online womens magazine with articles including dietary advice for suicide bombers and tips on how to "dominate the passions before blowing yourself up, according to Italy s SISDE secret service. "SISDE analysts disclosed the existence of Al Khansa, the unusual monthly Internet publication for female militants that is hosted by several Islamist Web sites, in the Italian spy services quarterly review Gnosis. "Khansa is a popular…

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Some Things Said… (Jan 05) (2)

Apparently so did Oliver Stone… "All the followers of Alexander preferred to accept the marvelous rather than the true." --Strabo A failure to instruct "What might explain the differences in behavior today versus yesteryear? A significant part of the explanation is seen by recognizing that societys first line of defense is not the law but customs, traditions and moral values. Customs, traditions and moral values are those important thou-shalt-nots such as: thou shalt not murder, shalt not steal, shalt not…

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Some Things Said… (Jan 05)

Manger Wars Suing the jingle bells off everyone this side of the North Pole has traditionally been the ACLUs favorite form of seasonal joy. Christmases past have seen the group take on religious displays in public squares and public schools, litigating crosses out of one town and menorahs out of another. The civil-liberties group hasnt lost its passion for secularism, but this years litigation news is being made by a different group of plaintiffs. Religious families are the ones suing to…

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Some Things Said And Some That Perhaps Should Not Have Been (Nov 04)

Angelica calls it "Sponsatility" "Want to know how youre doing as a parent? Check out how your children are doing when it comes to minding their manners. ... How would children learn to avoid quarreling and whining? It is quite natural that they do so. Where would they learn to offer someone a seat if the bus is full? How would they learn that their chores are their jobs? How would they learn to speak when spoken to by adults,…

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