Rev. Graham: Secularists Are ‘Anti-Christ’ and ‘They’ve Taken Control of Washington’

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    Jan 30, 2015 11:00 PM GMT
    Does this mean their brainwashing, 1000 year old Christianity-Islam crusade war is finally coming to an end? Now were all "antichrists" (more like anti organized religion maybe?, who show no signs of Christ like behavior thus making them hypocrites?).
    The only reason to associate antichrist with communism-secularist is to keep their motivation for their sick war icon_rolleyes.gif

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    http://www.cnsnews.com/blog/michael-w-chapman/rev-graham-secularists-are-anti-christ-and-they-ve-taken-control-washington
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    Jan 31, 2015 12:41 AM GMT
    Is Graham talking about the state, or the people? If he's talking about the people, it's not like the Wall fell, and those who weren't already "godless" suddenly felt free to become so. Besides, one doesn't have to be godless to be secular. You can be religious and still believe in Separation of Church and State. An attempt to break down that wall is a subversion of the Constitution.

    If he is talking about the state, then that is some pretty subversive rhetoric. The state must remain secular, or "godless", to be able to protect everyone's religion. It's not to discourage people from worshiping as they see fit, but rather to enable them to do so. Separation of church and state protects both.

    Further, the religious affiliation of our elected officials are irrelevant, but Freedom of Religion is safer if there is a secular majority.
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    Jan 31, 2015 1:45 AM GMT
    Physiqueflex saidIs Graham talking about the state, or the people? If he's talking about the people, it's not like the Wall fell, and those who weren't already "godless" suddenly felt free to become so. Besides, one doesn't have to be godless to be secular. You can be religious and still believe in Separation of Church and State. An attempt to break down that wall is a subversion of the Constitution.

    If he is talking about the state, then that is some pretty subversive rhetoric. The state must remain secular, or "godless", to be able to protect everyone's religion. It's not to discourage people from worshiping as they see fit, but rather to enable them to do so. Separation of church and state protects both.

    Further, the religious affiliation of our elected officials are irrelevant, but Freedom of Religion is safer if there is a secular majority.



    Well, that seems to be their major problem, separating the two. I assume so that all (secular) laws follow in hierarchy by (religious) laws. Which most of us agree they should be separate. In business, we call this "the fox guarding the hen house". On the outside though, it just appears to be a power play, or a power struggle between the two.

    This must be why Christians are so up in arms over Sharia law, competition for spiritual law supremacy.

    There're all sociopathic control freaks icon_lol.gif

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    Jan 31, 2015 1:51 AM GMT
    ^^

    that's why a lot of idiot Republicans want to go to war in the Middle East again.

    just look at the Fox News page on Facebook when another story about that idiot sniper comes up again

    these people are truly crazy and delusional
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    Jan 31, 2015 2:04 AM GMT
    tj85016 said^^

    that's why a lot of idiot Republicans want to go to war in the Middle East again.

    just look at the Fox News page on Facebook when another story about that idiot sniper comes up again

    these people are truly crazy and delusional




    War is big money making (republican) business, its advantageous to keep it going, what better excuse to use than religion.
    Then, not to mention an economy (jobs-technology) unto itself, $500-$600 billion icon_neutral.gif


  • roadbikeRob

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    Jan 31, 2015 5:27 PM GMT
    ELNathB said
    tj85016 said^^

    that's why a lot of idiot Republicans want to go to war in the Middle East again.

    just look at the Fox News page on Facebook when another story about that idiot sniper comes up again

    these people are truly crazy and delusional




    War is big money making (republican) business, its advantageous to keep it going, what better excuse to use than religion.
    Then, not to mention an economy (jobs-technology) unto itself, $500-$600 billion icon_neutral.gif


    All these NARROW MINDED BIBLE THUMPING SCREWBALLS are bent out of shape because their hypocrisy has been exposed and most of American society is turning against them which cannot happen soon enough.
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    Feb 05, 2015 6:33 PM GMT

    Wow, just wow, FINALLY, the Christian terrorists are being called out for who and what THEY are icon_eek.gif



    Obama: 'People committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ'
    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/obama-people-committed-terrible-deeds-152411532.html


    President Barack Obama wants Christians to know Islam is not the only religion that has inspired violence and terror.

    "Unless we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ," Obama said Wednesday. "And in our home country, slavery, and Jim Crow, all too often was justified in the name of Christ."

    Obama made the comments while giving a major speech on religion at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. Citing Islamic, Jewish, and Christian scripture, Obama touted his own faith.