Bryan Fischer says that, under the Constitution, "when religious liberty comes into conflict with homosexual 'rights,' religious liberty wins every time" because "it is impossible that engaging in homosexualily could ever be a moral, civil, or constitutional right at all, let alone a civil right on par with or superior to religious liberty."
Mike Pence was a guest on James Dobson's radio program today and it was a veritable love fest as the two men heaped praised upon one another.
Finally, Linda Harvey is outraged by gender-neutral pronouns: "George Orwell warned us; now America stinks from the rotten rhetorical fruit of decaying, toxic values. It’s heartbreaking to say, but the smell of death surrounds us."
Glenn Beck has been issuing direwarningsaboutchaosandcollapse for years and none of his predictions have come true, but that has not in any way dampened his faith in his own prophetic gifts, which is why he kicked off his radio program today by warning that we are heading for the imminent "catastrophic systematic collapse of the entire Western way of life."
Regardless of whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump is elected president, Beck said, the world is headed for a complete meltdown within the next four to eight years and "you are not going to be able to stop this."
We are headed for a "catastrophic systematic collapse," Beck stated, that will give rise to "global war unlike anything we have seen since World War II," which will result in the collapse and disintegration of nations around the world.
"I believe those things are going to come to our doorstep and in our homes," he predicted. "And I believe there is a chance that we fall or are transformed like the USSR."
Americans will soon have to choose between fascism, communism and constitutionalism, Beck warned, "and I can guarantee you [that] if we don't stop the hatred, we will only choose between fascism and communism; there will be camps and people will be rounded up. I guarantee it."
In their sermon, the Jacobses urged those in the congregation to be sure to vote in November in order to stop the U.S. from promoting LGBT rights throughout the world.
Mike Jacobs declared that as he and Cindy travel abroad, they are constantly having to repent to their fellow Christians "for actions taken by the leadership of the United States of America" in pushing homosexuality upon other nations.
They recounted a recent mission trip they took to Costa Rica, where they discovered a gay pride flag flying outside the U.S. embassy. "That embassy represents you," Mike Jacobs fumed as he displayed a photo of the rainbow flag flying outside the embassy. "Are they representing you when they do that?"
Cindy was similarly outraged, saying that local Christian leaders in Costa Rica "were all complaining to us about America and what we're doing, how the ambassadors that were chosen were homosexual couples that were put in and sent into all the schools of their country, even though it was against their laws to have same-sex marriages and they were mad at us because we're polluting their nations."
"It matters who you vote for because who you vote for will put ambassadors in that will be our voice in the nations," she said. "So we began shooting off emails, Mike did and and I did, to people we know in the U.S. and the next day that gay flag was down."
Ambassador Haney was born in Nashville, Tennessee and grew up outside of Chicago, in Naperville, Illinois. He and his wife, Rabbi Andrea Haney, have four children and most recently resided in Englewood, New Jersey.
God is sending this hurricane, Bieszad states, as "a sign of His anger" against America for tolerating homosexuality and to thwart a gay pride festival scheduled to take place in Orlando this weekend.
"You want to stop not this hurricane, but future catastrophes?" he asks. "Then stop sinning, especially with sodomy":
The Bible clearly teaches that in the Old Testament whenever the Hebrews were very disobedient towards God, He would send punishments against them, many times in the forms of natural disasters. Christian history also recognizes the same, where God will use His creation to execute judgment against the wicked. While not all bad weather is necessarily a sign of sin, both sacred scripture and sacred tradition clearly note that it can be so. Now we know that Florida is an area that is infected with sin, especially cities such as Miami and Orlando, which are veritable dens of sodomy. But instead of looking at mere particularities, I thought I would ask a broader question- Is there any “homosexual” activities going on this month in either the Orlando or Savannah areas? Sure enough, I found that both Orlando and Savannah are having massive sodomite pride parades this month, especially in Orlando, which is sponsoring this very weekend as the hurricane is about to hit a massive “coming out” parade sponsored no less than with the major support of the city itself and major corporate backers ... How interesting it is that Matthew is set to smash Orlando and Savannah during their sodomite parades!
A hurricane- the storms from an evil being- named after the New Testament Evangelist whose symbol is an angel- a messenger of God and and executor of His will among and upon men- is about to make landfall on the exact area where two massive sodomite parades are taking place and almost to the day for the largest one, and the exact day the hurricane is scheduled to hit is the Feast Day of the Holiest Prayer in the Catholic Church used to fight the most wicked of sins and heresies given by the Mother of God herself.
Coincidence? You be the judge. Personally, given America’s love affair with the worst forms of perversity, it is a sign of His anger against us for our obstinate attitude towards sin and refusal to repent for our evil ways.
You want to stop not this hurricane, but future catastrophes? Then stop sinning, especially with sodomy, as it is one of the four sins in the Bible which cry out to God for vengeance, which we are seeing now.
Mychal Massie warns that "if this election is stolen from Donald Trump, the utter collapse of America will be almost immediate."
Sen. Kelly Ayotte said during a debate last night that she "absolutely" believes that Donald Trump is a good role model for children, only to then issue a statement repudiating her own assertion following the debate.
Richard Land says that conservative Christians must vote for Trump regardless of how they feel about him: "I just do not see how an evangelical faced with that choice can choose what I call the Pontius Pilate option and try to wash their hands and say, Well, they're both just equally bad and I'm just not going to vote for either one of them."
Political consultant and radio host Jeff Crank has some thoughts about President Obama: "If you're King George [III], I suspect you looked at the rebellious colonists as a problem. If you're King Obama, I suspect you look at the rebellious citizens as a problem."
Finally, James Dobson is not particularly worried about what might happen under President Trump: "If Trump turns out to be an incorrigible demagogue, we can hope he will be reined in by the political process. There are checks and balances in our system of government.
After Wommack said that he was excited that this school will be training Christians to "go out and take over this mountain of government," Mark Cowart, a local Colorado pastor who is serving as director of the school, made clear that it was going to be heavily rooted in Seven Mountains domionionism, which is the idea that conservative Christians are called by God to take control of the seven key areas of culture: business, government, media, arts and entertainment, education, family and religion.
"I have never been more excited and more encouraged that the Lord has birthed this Practical Government school," Cowart said, "and I believe here at Charis, God's gonna raise up an army to take that mountain of government back."
Wommack said that the school was lucky to have someone like Barton on board, because he is willing to "take the hits" for standing for God, to which Barton replied that he has no choice because God is keeping score.
After absurdly claiming that the ACLU once spent a million dollars trying to discredit him, Barton said that George Soros is now spending all sorts of money to pay people to do nothing but attack him.
"Fine, whatever," Barton said. "I'm convinced God keeps score, not only with what happens but with what I do, and if I go silent because of what they did, He keeps score on me with that and I'll be in trouble so I have no option."
The American Renewal Project, an effort organized by Christian nationalist and Religious Right political operative David Lane to encourage pastors to run for office and to mobilize their congregations to get involved in politics, posted a video yesterday featuring Newt Gingrich telling pastors that they have a duty to fight back against "those who would impose a totalitarian secularism on us."
"You're at a moment in history that is as defining as anything in the Old Testament," Gingrich said. "You're at a point where some people have to have the courage to witness for Christ, some people have to have the courage to tell the truth to their flock, some people have to have the courage to get into the public arena themselves."
Gingrich is proud to be a part of Lane's efforts to "encourage ministers to run for office" because ministers played a key role in the founding of this nation, he said, and today "we desperately need your help."
"We have not seen the Judeo-Christian historic traditions threatened the way they are today ever in American history," Gingrich said. "I think you have a duty ... to have the courage to stand up and tell the truth; tell the truth about those who would impose a totalitarian secularism on us, force us to bow to the power of the government in order to do things that our religious forbids, you have a duty to tell the truth about those who would kill us in the name of Islamic supremacy. And if you do your duty, you will be part of launching a Great Awakening that could once again help America."
Bradlee Dean says that Hillary Clinton is committing treason by "selling uranium ore to the Russians from underneath the ranchers in Oregon."
James Dobson urges his audience to "VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!": "Not only must we help select the next president. We also have the responsibility as Christian citizens to vote for godly and competent congressional representatives, senators, governors, mayors, local candidates, judges, and school board members. Finally, we must also help decide the great moral issues of our time, including the protection of human life, religious liberty and traditional marriage. Now is the time to take a stand for righteousness and to challenge those whom you know to make their votes count. America’s future depends on what happens on November 8, 2016. Don’t even think about staying at home."
Stefano Gennarini, director of legal studies at the Center for Family and Human Rights (C-Fam), declares that "we must fight the global war against marriage."
A warning from Bill Muehlenberg: "The activists have warned us in no uncertain terms what their diabolical plans are as they seek to completely obliterate marriage and family, and remake society into their own sordid image. And we see examples of this every day. It is time to wake up to reality: we are under assault, and this is an all-or-nothing war. We either stand and resist, or we will lose it all."
Finally, Gary Cass offers up "Reason #3 Why Hillary Clinton is Not a Christian."