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A Random Thought on Some Christians Who Aren’t Acting Very Christian

March 19, 2013

I was just reading some of the threads over at Free Republic and stumbled upon a comment by Freeper ThinkThenPost (Comment #12) that was so spot on I just had to share it.  It’s a quote about religion by some guy named Emo Phillips that humorously, yet sadly captures many of the attitudes currently out [...]

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Peaceful Egyptian Muslims Break Out of their Shells

January 10, 2011

We’ve all seen too many news stories about Islamic terrorists murdering the innocent during the last ten years or so.  Technically it’s even longer than that, but I’m using September 11, 2001 as a reference point.  During that time, we’ve also seen many conservative commentators bemoaning the fact that too few peaceful Muslims stepped up [...]

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Connecticut Liberals Push For State Control of the Catholic Church

March 9, 2009

Connecticut State Senators Andrew McDonald and Michael Lawlor (Democrats) have proposed legislation that would strip Catholic clergy of control over their budgets and place it in the hands of the laity.  The Church has denounced the move and the Catholic League has called for the two libs to be expelled from the Senate.  People routinely [...]

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Pray for Those Offended by Prayer

February 2, 2009

Caroline Petrie, a nurse in the UK, was recently suspended from her position because she offered to pray for one of her patients.  Apparently, a fellow nurse who was not there was offended, even though the patient was not, and decided to take the matter to the nurse’s superiors.  Now a nice woman is being [...]

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Religion in Politics and the Election of 2008

September 24, 2008

Despite the so-called “Wall of Separation” between Church and State, religion always plays a part in our nation’s politics, as many issues stem from people’s view of the world, which is often formed in large part by faith.  Religions faith touches the core of a human being;  it is a way of looking at the world, and [...]

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