FRC responds to the Hobby Lobby
decision exactly as one would expect: "President Obama's team insisted that the 'right' to sex-on-demand
trumps Americans' First Freedom, a privilege millions of men and women have died to protect."
In arguing that Christians cannot be gay-affirming, Michael Brown explains that "God did intend to legislate slavery in
ancient Israel, but in a humane way and as part of a larger economic system.
On a similar note, if
you are a Christian who thinks that homosexuality is okay, you apparently also have
to think that incest, adultery, child sacrifice, and bestiality are okay as well.
comes to Dinesh D'Souza's defense despite obviously having no understanding of what D'Souza actually did or the
fact that he admitted his guilt.
Finally, Laurie Higgins declares
that "no arm of the government has any right to promote non-facts about homosexual activity or gender
For some reason, Pope Francis met with James Robison and Kenneth Copeland.
The Family Leader contingent has been ousted from the leadership of the Iowa Republican Party.
It was not all good news for the Religious Right from the Supreme Court today, as the court refused to hear Liberty Counsel's challenge to California's ban on ex-gay therapy.
Laurie Higgins warns that "even if homosexuals win the term 'marriage,' and win all the gazillions of benefits they feel that homoerotic unions deserve, and even if they’re able to acquire children through morally dubious means, homosexuals will not rest until they have widespread public affirmation of their relationships which they believe cannot be achieved unless they obliterate all distinctions—including linguistic distinctions—between homosexual unions and heterosexual unions."
Finally, Anne Graham Lotz says that God has been revealing a lot of things to her recently and "one of the things He has impressed on me is that we are living at the end of human history as we know it."
What is happening to this country when Republican officials can't even joke about the killing a possible
presidential candidate any more? It's fascism, I tell ya!
Finally, Laurie Higgins insists that opposition to interracial marriage is nothing
like opposition to gay marriage: "When Christians used Scripture to oppose interracial marriage, they were twisting
Scripture rather than adhering to scriptural truth. When Christians use Scripture to support same-sex 'marriage,'
they are twisting Scripture rather than adhering to scriptural truth."
Glenn Beck insists that the Tea Party's repeated losses prove that the movement is on the cusp of total
In trying to recover from its disastrous and short-lived effort at being less anti-
gay, World Vision is now "asking board members to formally affirm a statement that marriage is between
a man and a woman."
Richard Land insists that "the Bible has something to say about economics, the Bible has something to
say about sex, the Bible has something to say about politics – the Bible has something to say about every
Self-proclaimed civility champion Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel claims LGBT rights supporters are doing “the bidding of the Devil” and waging a “spiritual assault on all of us who are made in the image of God.”
Eagle Forum founder Phyllis Schlafly is pretty sure that climate change is a “conspiracy” manufactured by scientists hoping to crash the U.S. economy.
Larry Klayman has some helpful advice regarding the Washington Redskins name controversy: “Obama surely knows best about offending a sizable group of people. Maybe he should change his middle name, Hussein, since it dredges up memories of Saddam Hussein, among other thoughts.”
Phil Robertson continues to display his
love for the gays: "I'm trying to help those poor souls and turn them to Jesus."
Glenn Beck is beginning to have deep misgivings about Rand Paul.
Joseph Farah declares that if Hillary Clinton
becomes president, she will "eliminate the First Amendment and the Second Amendment in one fell swoop" because
"she’s every bit as un-American and evil as Barack Obama."
Ibrahim, the Sudanese Christian woman sentenced to death for refusing to convert to Islam, has been freed.
Finally, Robert Knight says he used to be a
liberal but then turned toward conservatism. Why? "In my formative years I also noticed that many leftist men, who
supposedly bought into feminism, treated women badly. Their idea of being a gentleman was making sure someone —
preferably not them — paid for the girl’s abortion while they scored a bag of weed."
Rick Joyner laughably insists that "the Tea Party consists mostly of moderates. They are now considered extremists because of propaganda and because the nation has been pushed so far to the left that they seem extreme. However, in general, the Tea Party is mostly moderate."
In case you need them, here are "5 Reasons Why Christians Should Rally Behind the Candidacy of Ben Carson."
Dr. Ravi Zacharias is releasing a graphic novel entitled "The Lamb and the Fuhrer" in which Jesus and Hitler have a conversation.
CWA’s Mario Diaz says Obama’s nondiscrimination order was "dictator-like" and meant to "divide and demonize people of faith."
BarbWire's Jeff Allen does not believe there is a difference between same-sex pedophilia and male homosexuality.
Finally, Glenn Beck reacted to the news that the US Patent Office had cancelled the Washington Redskins' trademark by declaring that "this isn’t America anymore."
Steve Kern, husband of bigoted anti-gay Oklahoma legislator Sally Kern, is seeking to join her in the state legislature and shares her views: "They were true in the sense that the (gay) agenda was more stealthy than the terrorists' agenda."
Chuck Baldwin declares that "the fact is, when one examines the political bents of recent mass killers, he or she will find that the majority of them have come from left-wing communities and ideologies."
Glenn Beck says that he is "in the final phase of a massive transformation."
Dinesh D’Souza is now making a film about Hillary Clinton, so that ought to be enlightening.
Robert Gagnon will speak at the Family Research Council on "the myth that we have radically new knowledge today about homosexuality that allows us to discount the biblical witness on homosexual practice."
Paige Patterson, president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, is deeply sorry for allowing a Muslim student to enroll.
Finally, BarbWire's Jeff Allen declares that "it’s high time, though, that we stopped giving homosexual’s an excuse for their personally destructive and socially dangerous disease-spreading behavior."
Wisconsin Republican Glenn Grothman wants to stop his state from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples: “Our country is declining on an almost daily basis. The Office of Vital Records has no business participating in legitimizing illegal and immoral marriages.”
Televangelist Rick Joyner likens David Brat to the “greatest prophets” who arose “when ancient Israel fell into its deepest debauchery.”
Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel pledges to “re-deliver” his group’s “petition to ‘Impeach Barack Obama, our lawless President’ to key members of Congress.”
American Family Association spokesman Bryan Fischer demands that the U.S. stop helping Muslim-majority countries until their citizens convert to Christianity.
Os Hillman explains why he thinks the Obama presidency is part of God’s judgment on America.
Jennifer Roback Morse is working on "a plan that recruits and trains large numbers of motivated people to create a mass social movement for social change."
Glenn Beck says Dave Brat's victory over Eric Cantor "is a return to common sense."
Chris McDaniel has now madefour appearances on Bryan Fischer's radio program since October.
Finally, AFA President Tim Wildmon declares that "straight America is scared to death of offending or potentially offending gay, lesbian and transgender people and their powerful movement. It's really embarrassing to watch."
Gordon Klingenschmitt wants a future president to reinstate Don't Ask, Don't Tell: "When they repealed don't ask, don't tell, they technically went back to the older policy where the commander-in-chief has the power to make that decision. So if a commander-in-chief were courageous, he could issue an executive order and return to the 1980s' ban when homosexuality was absolutely outlawed under the UCMJ. So it would not take an act of Congress – just one courageous president."
Lloyd Marcus, Chairman of Conservative Campaign Committee, says that "because Obama is black, Americans suffer and die."
Finally, a typically smart point from Cal Beisner of the Cornwall Alliance: "The hypocrisy of those who supported the EPA's efforts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants in the name of children's health while supporting members of Congress who support abortion on demand is palpable and disgusting."
Bryan Fischer flatly declares that "Bowe Bergdahl deserves to die for what he has done."
Tony Perkins is a class act: "Taxpayer-funded sex changes: They aren't just for traitors and illegal immigrants anymore!"
Rob Schenck calls on Evangelical leaders to speak out against gun violence, saying "while I appreciate so much of what the NRA has done historically, it is not playing a constructive role in this situation."
Linda Harvey lays out the "12 Ways Homosexual Adults Endanger Children."
Gordon Klingenschmitt says that everyone remembers "when those terrorists from Afghanistan" carried out the 9/11 attacks. We'd like to point out that none of the hijackers were from Afghanistan.
Finally, Focus on the Family's Glenn Stanton says that gay relationships are not at all like straight relationships: "[I]t is difficult to say with honesty that serious gay and lesbian relationships are just like heterosexual relationships."