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Announcements & General Jabber => General Jabber => Topic started by: Rev.Dibbs on 19 September 2019 at 19:07

Title: Crazy Christians
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 19 September 2019 at 19:07
Of course you've got to be nutty to believe in a spook in the sky but these christ-insaners have lost it. First, they don't even follow their silly holy book (which I guess you really couldn't without being borderline retarded) and allow homosexuals in to their congregation but then they think they can fix everything by praying the gay away.


Church members pinned down a worshiper and tried to ‘pray the gay away,’ he alleges


Sean Cormie said that everything about the Sunday service was going fine, right up to the moment the pastor began preaching about the sin of homosexuality.

The 23-year-old gay man said he was there Sept. 8 with his partner, Gary Gardner, because his mother and stepfather are youth pastors at the Blackwell, Okla., church. He wanted to worship with them.

Then, Cormie said, First Assembly of God pastor Bill McKissick’s sermon veered. He paced around the room and said there was someone in the church at that moment who was guilty of homosexuality, an “abomination of a sin,” according to Cormie.

That’s when the pastor pointed straight at Cormie and Gardner, he said in the Facebook post he wrote about the incident, and members of the congregation stood up and circled around them, “praying the spirit of homosexuality out of us,” Cormie wrote.

When the couple rose to leave, he said, Cormie’s grandmother pushed Gardner, who then got up and ran out of the church. Cormie describes being pinned down by family members and other congregants, about a dozen people in total, then slammed into a wall and punched in the face.

All the while, he says, they were yelling and crying, trying to “pray the gay away.”

As soon as Cormie broke free, he reported the incident to the Blackwell Police Department, according to KFOR, an NBC affiliate in Oklahoma City. Police Chief Dewayne Wood told The Washington Post that the incident is being investigated and a report will be available when more details emerge.

“I was so embarrassed,” Gardner told KFOR. “I felt about two inches tall when this started.”

Gardner didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment. Cormie referred The Post to his message on Facebook and answered some questions about the incident.

The Pentecostal church’s pastors, McKissick and his wife, Tami, told KFOR in a statement that the incident was a “family matter that escalated.”

“Our church would never condone restraint of any person unless they were engaged in violent activity,” the McKissicks said. “There is much more to this incident, and we are cooperating fully with law enforcement to hopefully bring all of the facts to light as a rush to judgment is not in anyone’s best interest.”

No one answered calls to the church Wednesday morning.

Cormie, who came out last spring, told KFOR that he does believe homosexuality is a sin, but that it’s also his nature. The Assemblies of God believes homosexuality is a sin, but one can seek reconciliation, according to one of the church’s position papers.

Nancy Petty, senior pastor at Pullen Memorial Baptist Church in Raleigh, N.C., doesn’t agree with the Assemblies’ view. She said every week, she sees true believers who are gay and who are struggling to accept themselves and their faith simultaneously.

“The first thing I say to them is that you are God’s beloved child just as you are with no need to be any different than who you are,” she said, adding that the church has used the Bible for years to oppress gay people, slaves and women.

Matthew Vines, author of “God and the Gay Christian,” said many LGBTQ Christians often resolve the tension between their orientation or identities by leaving the church or faith, reassessing key passages of the Bible that are often used to condemn homosexuality and learning to live with internal battles of being gay and having faith.

“It’s just people who are trying to live the best they can,” he said of the third option. “They also recognize that’s not a livable belief."

Petty said it’s inexplicable for a church to try to “pray the gay out” of people in 2019.

“Find a community that can support you, nurture you and help you at least hear some different perspectives,” she said.

Mark Forrester, senior director of public relations and communication for Assemblies of God, said church officials weren’t familiar with the allegations against the First Assembly of God.

“The Assemblies of God believes that all people are created in the image of God and are worthy of respect and dignity, regardless of their personal beliefs,” he said in a statement. “We certainly condemn any acts of violence or acts against an individual’s will.”

H. Frank Cargill, superintendent of the Oklahoma Assemblies of God Ministries, said he had no firsthand knowledge of the incident.

“The Assemblies of God churches of Oklahoma welcomes and treats with respect, compassion, and sensitivity all who experience same-sex attractions. We hold no malice toward, or fear of, homosexuals and those struggling with sexual identity. Such attitudes are not of Christ,” he said in a statement.

Cormie said he doesn’t believe all churches are like First Assembly of God.

“I am a proud gay Christian,” he said in his Facebook post. “Praying daily to God for justice and mercy on these sad acts of the church’s actions as a whole."
Title: Re: Crazy Christians
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 20 September 2019 at 06:50
Well, he's right ... Mary Magdalene the harlot of Jerusalem was Jesus' shag, and Mary the lying slut was his mother. Not that any of them existed, of course.

Reverend Cailen Cambeul.
Church of Creativity South Australia

Kyle Sandilands sparks outrage among Christian and Muslim communities for saying the Virgin Mary was a 'liar' who got knocked up 'behind a camel shed'



Excerpt: 'I thought Mary was his [Jesus Christ's] girlfriend but apparently it was the mother,' he began.

'And the mother lied obviously and told everyone, "Nah, I got pregnant by a magical ghost". Bulls**t. Someone chock-a-blocked her behind the camel shed!'

'You might believe everything that's written down 2,000 years ago to be absolutely accurate and good on you... you're dumb. Dumb as dog s**t,' he added.

Listeners were quick to slam Kyle for his comments, which eventually resulted in the video being taken down, according to The Daily Telegraph.

Another unrelated video was deleted by KIIS FM's social media administrators after people began leaving angry comments directed at Kyle.
Title: Re: Crazy Christians
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 01 October 2019 at 12:59
So let me get this right. It's perfectly fine to indoctrinate our young impressionable children with this jewish spook in the sky mind pollution, but I am banned from a college for letting adults know that It's ALRIGHT TO BE WHITE. Absolutely ridiculous!


New Bill Would Allow ‘In God We Trust’ To Be Posted In Pennsylvania Schools

September 30, 2019 at 1:56 pm

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A Pennsylvania lawmaker has proposed a new bill that would allow the motto “In God We Trust” to be displayed in schools.

House Bill 1602 was proposed by Representative Cris Dush, a Republican serving Jefferson County and part of Indiana County.

Dush’s proposal would allow the phrase “In God We Trust” in classrooms or other places throughout school buildings.

The bill doesn’t require schools to display the motto, just encourages it.

“The motto ‘In God We Trust’ is part of the history and heritage of the United States. On April 22, 2014, we celebrated the 150th Anniversary of our national motto “In God We Trust” on our coins,” Dush said in a memo about the bill.

Dush also says, “The display of our nation’s motto may take the form of mounted plaques or artwork from a student contest that will be prominently displayed in each school building.”
Title: Re: Crazy Christians
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 01 October 2019 at 20:25
“One nation under God”/ “In God we trust”. Then why legalise Gay marriage? That is anti Christian.

Yesterday I saw a Chinese military parade on TV. They flexed their muscles with all their new weapons of war. We fed them our jobs and they bought this stuff.

America may not be “Top Dog” for long. The community isn’t the same sort of community there that it was 50 years ago or so. Less whites being born due to different values in society now.

The world needs a strong America!

With :- increased drug use, less white people, a drop in values it’s not going to be tough to be the “Top Dog” for long.

Let’s not forget the servicemen and women who died saving a White Australia/NZ from an Asian threat. Would it be possible to pull off a defence this time around?
Title: Re: Crazy Christians
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 22 October 2019 at 12:00
Even though I don't celebrate holidays and my children are to old for Halloween. The last thing we need is the christ-insane to mind polluted our children, while they're having fun dressing up, with their spook in the sky foolishness.


Creationist Ken Ham Wants You To Threaten Kids With ‘Eternal Hell’ On Halloween

The guy who made his own Noah’s Ark is back with a plan to mess up Halloween.

By Ed Mazza
10/21/2019 05:37 AM ET

Along with checking Halloween candy for choking hazards and other concerns, parents might want to inspect for something else: propaganda.

Creationist Ken Ham, who runs a Noah’s Ark-themed attraction in Kentucky, is encouraging his followers to hand out a Halloween “gift” that’s more trick than treat..

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“One way you can make the most of this once-a-year opportunity is by giving gospel tracts to children and/or their parents, along with candy and treats,” he wrote on his website.

Ham suggests giving away the items he sells, including fake “million-dollar” bills with pictures of things like a T-Rex or Noah’s Ark on the front and warnings of eternal damnation on the back:

Ham clams the funny money is “worth far more than a million dollars,” which would make the retail price of $8.99 for 200 of them an absolute steal.

“Have you ever lied, stolen or used God’s name in vain?” a message on the back of one of the bills reads. “If so, you’ve broken God’s law. The penalty for your crimes against God is death and eternal hell because God is holy and just.”

The other bill ― which again, Ham wants you to give to little kids on Halloween ― warns against lust, which it says is “the same as committing adultery.”

“God sees you as guilty of sin,” the bill reads. “The penalty of sin is death and eternity in hell.”

“Kids love these!” Ham claims on his blog.

He also urges people to buy and distribute other items he sells, like booklets about the “evils of modern-day Halloween.”

In previous years, Ham has suggested what he calls “reverse trick-or-treating,” which is when you visit others on Halloween to give them “goodies,” which of course includes his gospel booklets.
Title: Re: Crazy Christians
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 10 December 2019 at 13:20
It's bad enough our Brothers and Sisters have been mind polluted by christ-insanity and  have followed the jewish made bible for way to long. Now if they start adopting more and more of these leftists talking points, we might as well consider them a total lost to the White Race.


Church nativity depicts Jesus, Mary and Joseph as family separated at border

“What if this family sought refuge in our country today?” the Southern California church said in a Facebook post.

Dec. 8, 2019, 5:08 PM CST
By Tim Stelloh

How did they get past the Israeli wall?

A Southern California church is displaying a nativity scene depicting Jesus, Mary and Joseph as a family separated at the U.S.-Mexico border.

A photo posted Saturday on Facebook by a senior minister at Claremont United Methodist Church, east of Los Angeles, showed the Holy Family inside three chain link cells topped with razor wire.

In a statement posted by the minister, Karen Clark Ristine, the church said that after fleeing a tyrant king, Jesus, Mary and Joseph became “the most well-known refugee family in the world.”

“What if this family sought refuge in our country today?” the church said. “Imagine Joseph and Mary separated at the border and Jesus no older than two taken from his mother and placed behind the fences of a Border Patrol detention center.”

Inside the church, the family is reunited in a separate nativity scene, the statement said.

Ristine could not be reached for comment Sunday.

Thousands of children, many of them from Central America, were separated from their families at the United States’ southern border after the Trump administration began criminally prosecuting every adult who entered the country illegally.

In response to a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union, immigration authorities said in October that 5,400 children had been separated from their families beginning in July 2017.

The administration ended the practice last year, although watchdogs have said it has continued at a slower pace and sometimes under dubious circumstances.

Earlier this year, the administration launched a new effort aimed at keeping asylum seekers in Mexico while they await court proceedings in the United States.

Last week, the nonprofit group Human Rights First said it had documented 636 reports of rape, kidnapping, torture and other violent crimes against migrants who have been returned to Mexico under the program.
Title: Re: Crazy Christians
Post by: Hidden to Guests on 20 December 2019 at 04:20
This fairytale of a religion is so ridiculous. I never could understand how anyone could believe in such nonsense. I figured out how absurd christ-insanity was by age 10, so I could never understand how an adult that wasn't retarded could ever claim to believe this b.s..


'Come out of that grave in Jesus' name': California church prays to resurrect girl


Supporters have spread the hashtags #wakeupolive and #victoriousawakening across social media in an effort to raise the 2-year-old from the dead.

Dec. 19, 2019, 7:35 PM CST
By The Associated Press

Kalley Heiligenthal stomped her feet and waved her arms, dancing her way from one side of the bright-lit stage to the other.

“Come alive, come alive!” the congregants at Bethel Church in Redding, California, shouted in expectation as they clapped and sang praises.

The faithful shared these scenes on Instagram Tuesday night as they prayed for Heiligenthal’s 2-year-old daughter, Olive Alayne, to be raised from the dead.

Heiligenthal, a worship leader and songwriter for Bethel Music, announced on social media Sunday that her daughter had stopped breathing and been pronounced dead.

Since then, she has publicly called for people to pray that her girl be resurrected.

“We are asking for bold, unified prayers from the global church to stand with us in belief that He will raise this little girl back to life,” she said on Sunday through Instagram. “It’s time for her to come to life.”

Redding police are investigating the death, as is standard when someone so young dies, said Redding police Sgt. Brian Torum. The case was reported to police as a medical issue about 6 a.m. Saturday, Torum said.

The child's body is at the coroner's office, Torum said.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help with “the unforeseeable expenses the Heiligenthal family will incur, medical and otherwise.” As of Thursday afternoon, more than $50,000 had been collected.

Supporters of Heiligenthal have spread the hashtags #wakeupolive and #victoriousawakening across social media and described their prayers as radical worship and a spiritual awakening.

"Come out of that grave in Jesus' name!” they have said.

Arlene Sánchez-Walsh, a professor of religious studies at Azusa Pacific University, said that in this case, worshippers are not conducting prayers for the girl to go to heaven as is common after a death.

"They're praying for this girl to come back to her body," Sánchez-Walsh said.

The Bible mentions several cases where people were raised from the dead. In 1 Kings, the prophet Elijah brings the son of a widow back from the grave, after the child died from an illness. In the New Testament, Jesus raises two children from the dead, as well as his friend Lazarus.

Prayers for similar resurrections are more common among charismatic and Pentecostal worshippers in African countries than in the United States, according to Sánchez-Walsh. When she came across this very public call for resurrection, she said, she was surprised.

"When I read about it, I thought it was somewhere else," Sánchez-Walsh said. "I'm taken aback by the very raw nature of the request."

Bethel, a Pentecostal church, is based in the city of Redding in Northern California. While originally under the Assemblies of God denomination, the church now identifies as nondenominational.

Sánchez-Walsh described Bethel as a church that is "much looser in terms of theology" and that does not operate on a hierarchical model. Being nondenominational, Bethel operates without oversight from a larger religious tradition.

"They're on their own because they don't have the same kind of restrictions that a denomination may have," said Richard Flory, senior director of research and evaluation at the University of Southern California’s Center for Religion and Civic Culture.

This includes the operation of Bethel Music, a ministry with its own record label that supplies churches around the country with worship songs. There is also the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry, which offers classes on life coaching, preaching and career ministry.

Bethel and other charismatic churches emphasize spiritual gifts such as speaking in tongues and healings. Bethel has a particular emphasis on miracles.

"In general they believe in the miraculous access to the supernatural. That's their whole thing," Flory said.

Flory was surprised that a GoFundMe account would be necessary for Bethel to help with the family's expenses, as he described Bethel as a multimillion-dollar organization.

"If you're that big and have that much money, wouldn't you support your worship leader in some fashion or another?" Flory wondered.

Flory said it will be interesting to see what will happen if the girl is not raised from the dead. How will worshippers react?

"I wonder how heartbreaking it's going to be or if they're going to have this sort of rationale built in that explains why she didn't," Flory said.