Category Archives: Ignite the Pulpit

Obama, the National Prayer Breakfast, and hypocrisy

Remedies for a culture run amuck
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If Mr. Obama had an honest adviser anywhere in his cabinet or staff, they would no doubt urge him to either fire his speech writer, or grow a conscience, after hearing his pathetic attempt at solemnity at the last National Prayer gathering in Washington D.C. on February 6, 2014.

Put Godless communists out of business

The Ten Commandments, foundation stones of liberty
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If God does not exist, then everything is permissible. If there is no God, then there are no rules to live by, no moral Law we must follow; we can do whatever we want.

– Anonymous

While the charade of Russia, China and America being at odds with each other continues over fabricated circumstances (only to create more chaos in order to implement more government control on a global scale), one must take note that these supposed arch enemies are all in agreement with the same communist ideologies.

Muslim obligations in promoting justice

A typical Muslim national flag: green with a white crescent and star.
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Saturday evening, Feb. 22nd, University of Pennsylvania Law School hosted the “Eighth Annual Muslim Law Students Conference,” on the topic of “MUSLIM OBLIGATIONS IN PROMOTING JUSTICE IN AMERICA.” Our interest in Islamic law as American citizens is to learn first-hand exactly what Muslim American law students are being taught.

Quest for Commonality: Abrahamic faiths

Abraham leaving home
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The Adult Catholic Education program, held recently at a local Catholic parish hall, was entitled, “Under Abraham’s Tent: Jews, Christians, and Muslims in the World Today.”  The evening, designed to “foster peaceful relationships” of three religions through their shared patriarch, Abraham, attracted about 200 guests.

Silent war on religion

The Bible. Handbook of the Church Militant
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Governor Bobby Jindal (R-La.) spoke yesterday at the Reagan Library. His subject: a “silent war against religious liberty.” No one can reasonably dispute that. Obama administration policies and leftist politics both treat religion as the enemy of the people. Honest observers might dispute only one thing: whether the silent war is really silent.

Christians – Ignore the present political scene at your own peril

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Not everyone is afraid to say that today’s political climate in America, is filled with foreboding and for the first time since the civil war days is so fiercely divided that our future may be in jeopardy.

Answer to America’s Dilemma Resolved!

Remedies for a culture run amuck
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There are men and women in the thousands who have fought, bled and died to give us the freedoms we now possess. They are six feet underground. The truth of the matter is, these veterans fought, bled and died fighting against the ideologies the American people are tolerating through this current administration. If the American people were truly thankful for their freedoms, they would not tolerate crime in their representatives whatsoever (Article II, Section 4, of the U.S Constitution).

Right to life: litmus test

March for Life 2013 Abortion v Guns
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Last Sunday (19 January 2014) was Right to Life Sunday. This saw a multitude of sermons from pulpits nationwide. The rights and wrongs of Roe v. Wade have been disputed endlessly and many assume that not much else can be said on the subject. They would be wrong.

Larry Brinkin and child pornography

Larry Brinkin, San Francisco homosexual activist, faces child porn charges. Or will he skate on those?
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America, they will always get away with what you let them get away with!

– Bradlee Dean

Just the other day I was scanning the Internet to see what was going on in our world, and lo and behold a man named Larry Brinkin popped up before my eyes. For those that do not know his name, Larry Brinkin is a “gay rights” icon.

Parsonage allowance unconstitutional?

If the Parsonage Allowance remains disallowed, what will happen to houses like these?
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Religious expression is under assault.  This most recent attack, will affect every pastor and church in America, and very soon.  Wisconsin Federal District Court Judge Barbara Crabb ruled yesterday that the Parsonage Allowance tax exemption is unconstitutional.  The case was brought to the court by The Freedom From Religion Foundation.  They are the same group that brought a challenge to the same court in 2010 against the National Day of Prayer.