Tag Archives: Sanctity of design

Another Attack on Chaplains and Ministers – With a New Twist

Here’s an interesting twist to the LGBT attacks on Christian ministers. In this case, there was a marriage retreat being run by a Southern Baptist chaplain. A homosexual married couple wanted to go. What do you do? I could foresee … Continue reading

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Booker Hounds Pompeo For Agreeing With Christianity On Gay Sex

This is how the Perpetually Offended and Progressively Intolerant would like to treat anyone who dares to accept the beliefs of a religion that has lasted for thousands of years.  It’s so intolerant of you to not accept something I … Continue reading

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Transgender Army officer Hannah Winterbourne weds actor Jake Graf – who used to be a woman

This is the second story I’ve heard of two transgendered individuals who went through their “transition” and then fell in love with another trans of the opposite sex.  It’s unfortunate that these individuals had to go through this in order … Continue reading

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“It Never Even Crossed My Mind That My Son Would Need a Father”

This quote came from Angelina Jolie. It’s remarkable how much fatherhood has been minimized in our culture. We’re just looked at as optional. Fathers and mothers and interchangeable, right? Not at all. Each plays an important complimentary part in a … Continue reading

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Yet Another Unisex Bathroom Incident – This Time It Involves Exposure to a Child

A man exposed himself to a child in a women’s bathroom at a Chicago Target. Unfortunately, this by itself is not news – except for the fact that it was entirely avoidable.  Because of our culture’s over-accommodation to the trans … Continue reading

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Christian-Owned Bridal Shop Closes After Death Threats

Note the extent to which the Perpetually Offended went to try to shut these people down. Death threats for three years. Death threats against their children. They organized a couple to drive from two hours away to manufacture another accusation … Continue reading

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Harvard punishes Christian club

This is all part of a plan to silence or eradicate any one or any group that wants to be biblically based. First, it started at Vanderbilt University, where they kicked InterVarsity off campus. It then began to occur all … Continue reading

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Is the online sex trafficking era about to meet the ‘delete’ key? | Fox News

Quietly, Congress passed a law that puts financial penalties on web sites that allow ads that promote sex trafficking. This is a big thing. Craigslist and others are already kicking such ads off their sites.  I expect that the nefarious … Continue reading

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Widespread Child Sex Abuse by Muslim Men in Telford, UK

Nothing makes my blood boil more than stories like this. This is a child sex ring in the town of Telford in the UK. Apparently a couple of Muslim men took children from the town and sexually abused them. This … Continue reading

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Universities Keep Kicking Christian Groups Off Their Campuses

The latest among these is Wayne State University. InterVarsity student fellowship has been a mainstay of campuses across the nation for many decades. They tend to be a not only biblically based organization, but also very open to debate and … Continue reading

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