Theology vs. Philosophy

Church of England gives blessing to recognising civil partnerships

Photo: REX The Church of England yesterday gave a green light to wedding-style services for couples in civil partnerships despite its official opposition to same-sex marriage. A report from the Church’s doctrine watchdog urged priests to devise “pastoral accommodations” for gay couples” and to be “flexible”. It said the aim was to enable them to enjoy a “closer approximation” to… Read more →

Critics slam MSNBC host’s claim that kids belong to community, not parents

Photo: Fox News LOS ANGELES –  Parents and media critics were aghast after a host for MSNBC called for collective care of a community’s children instead of parents taking care of their kids themselves. MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry recorded a commercial for the network in which she stated that children do not belong to their parents, but are instead the… Read more →

Google This: The Cult Of Cesar Chavez

Photo: Breitbart. Time and again, the left is shocked when the freedom and prosperity-hating personalities that they idolize and the statist systems that they dream up descend into chaos, madness, and violence. As shown in the Stephen K. Bannon film Occupy Unmasked, the peace and love movement of the 1960s supported the killing fields of the Khmer Rouge, while Occupy Wall… Read more →

Pastor: Jesus Christ was wrong about His position on marriage being defined as one man and one woman

Photo: Breitbart “If Jesus were alive today, he would be more inclined to say, ‘you know, I didn’t know it all…’” – Rev. Oliver White, Sean Hannity Show, March 27, 2013 In general, most news outlets have provided awful coverage of the Supreme Court proceedings on same-sex marriage.  Covering the proceedings like they cover a political campaign or a sporting event, most… Read more →

Fla. Governor Calls for Investigation of ‘Stomp Jesus’ University

Florida Gov. Rick Scott is calling on the state university system chancellor to investigate a classroom lesson at Florida Atlantic University in which students were instructed to stomp on sheets of paper that had “Jesus” written on them. “As we enter the week memorializing the events of Christ’s passion, this incident gave me great concern over the lessons we are… Read more →

Justices take up gay marriage for the first time

Photo Credit: REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (Reuters) – America’s top court takes up the delicate and divisive issue of gay marriage on Tuesday when the nine Supreme Court justices consider the legality of a California ballot initiative that limits marriage to opposite-sex couples. Tuesday will be the first of two days of oral arguments on the issue. On Wednesday, the court will consider… Read more →

University Files Charges Against Student who Refused to Stomp on Jesus

A Florida Atlantic University student who filed a complaint against his professor after he was ordered to stomp on the name of Jesus has been brought up on academic charges by the school and may no longer attend class, according to documents obtained by Fox News. The “Notice of Charges” against Ryan Rotela is contrary to a statement the university… Read more →

Media Engage In Anti-Christian Witch Hunt

Photo found on Breitbart It’s more than a little troubling to know that Rev. Louie Giglio was ousted from President Obama’s Inauguration over a sermon he gave on the sin of homosexuality sometime in the nineties. We expect the “tolerant-oppressives” on the Left to attempt to smear Christianity as de facto bigotry; it’s just another weapon in their never-ending crusade… Read more →

Gay glory: First gay-friendly ‘Queen’ James Bible released

Image from   To resolve the “interpretive ambiguity in the Bible as it pertains to homosexuality”, the world’s first “gay Bible” has been released claiming to have finally translated the Christian holy texts correctly. “You can’t choose your sexuality, but you can choose Jesus.” The online description of “The Queen James Bible” suggests “now you can choose a Bible, too.”   The… Read more →

Butler Univ: Ignore ‘American-ness, Maleness, Whiteness, Heterosexuality’

If you’re a white heterosexual middle-class young male who’s attending Butler University, don’t register for Political Science 201: Research and Analysis; your perspective is unwanted there. In that class, taught by a black female professor, the students are requested to ignore their “American-ness, maleness, whiteness, heterosexuality, middle-class status” when they write or speak. You would think that, when confronted with such obvious… Read more →