During a segment on NBC’s Meet the Fake Press with Chuck Todd, militant sodomite, mayor of South Bend, Indiana and, unbeknownst to me until now, Bible teacher Pete Buttigieg pontificated on why Biblical Christians ought to wear dunce hats for supporting Donald Trump during the 2016 election. It was a perfect display of absolute charlatanism, exceeded only by Satan’s failed attempt to tempt Christ. An explanation is in order.Continue reading
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Description: In this edition, we continue to examine how militant homosexuals achieved widespread acceptance of their depraved practices and how Christians can combat said tactics in order to protect their hearts and minds from such a subversive propaganda.
Description: In this edition, we will be examining a panel debate on Good Morning Britain as a microcosm of how militant LBGT groups successfully convinced the public to view sexual deviancy as normal.
Description: Masculinity, more specifically, Christian masculinity, is under siege. Not only have militant feminists normalized the devaluing and hatred of males, militant homosexuals are joining the fray. As an example and throughout this episode, I read from and comment on an article written by what appears to be a homosexual who denounces those who are preaching the Biblical masculine ethic by giving the impression that the Bible endorses male effeminacy.
The idea of a “little leaven leavens the whole lump” contains a highly important implication for Christians in every sphere of their existence. (Galatians 5:9) Paul’s idea was one where he reached for Old Testament law to make a consequential point: don’t allow evil an inch, otherwise, your entire existence may be in danger and eventually corrupted.
The same principle should apply when one considers one’s use of words (lexicon). Continue reading
I’ll say it again: Careful who you let in the door.
In the last piece I wrote, I alluded to the corrupting effect of allowing persons whom don’t assent to the tenets and traditions of Christianity and conservatism into the fold. I specifically mentioned Milo Yiannopoulos as an example, the recalcitrant homosexual who is a deviant and reprobate in his behavior and words. Yet, conservatives have made him part of the group because he’s supposed to be the antithesis to the Leftist talking point which says “conservatives hates gays” and because he facetiously fights against PC restrictions.
Proving my earlier point, now video has surfaced were Yiannopoulos vehemently defends pedophilia. Meanwhile, he was invited to speak at CPAC and the promulgation of said video is causing consternation within the ranks. I wonder what Breitbart, Steven Crowder and other conservative organizations and talking heads will have to say about this development, since many of them helped propel Yiannopoulos into the spotlight.
We’ve got to discern, people. We also can’t allow famous “leaders”, radio show hosts, podcast hosts and writers to do it for us either. They’re the ones who fed us this garbage because they didn’t use the proper filters. Of could it be that they knew and tried to repress it?
The apostle Paul wrote that “a little leaven leavens the whole lump”. (Galatians 5:9; 1 Corinthians 5:6) In appealing to the Judaic symbolism for sin, leaven, Paul warns us to beware of tolerating subtle and seemingly harmless influences which can corrupt our walk with Christ.
One wishes, in certain instances, to be able to lead the horse to water and make him drink as well. I allude to the old saying because too many Christians haven’t heeded Paul’s advice. Their willful ignorance and non-compliance with the sacred text has resulted in devastation. Continue reading