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  1. Babylon's Dread says:

    Finally what we have always known…
    One who is attracted to children sexually comes forward…
    If we follow the same path as homosexuality has gone then we know the future…
    No worries…
    Everyone changes their mind when they have enough info…

    Maybe we will see a hashtag shoutyourpedophilia

  2. Nonnie says:

    The article about Croatian Christians was very good. Those people have lived through oppression and religious bigotry and would have much to fear, yet so many are reaching in love to the refugees. I loved this quote: If we are Christians,” Magda said, “it is on us to love and accept. It is on God to judge motives—on both sides.”

    Or as Koprivnjak said, “To do good to others does not mean civilization will perish in Europe.”

  3. Nonnie says:

    We do a lot of driving through the English countryside and church steeples off in the distance are everywhere. Centuries after they were built, they continue to point to the Saviour. My husband and I love to watch for them, pointing them out to one another, as we drive across country. The men that built them are long gone from this earth, but the testimony of their faith in Christ stands.

  4. Plucked Brand says:

    Yep, people warned that legitimizing homosexuality as being normal would open the door to child molestation one day being accepted, legitimized, and protected using the same reasoning – “this is just how I am, or God made me this way, or it’s “cultural”(as in the military scandal where US soldiers were told to disregard the cries of Afghan boys being raped by men) therefore, you can’t criticize me or my behavior and to do so makes you a hate-filled, unloving bigot. Saw this comin a long time ago, but people who raised the flag of danger were quickly ridiculed and shut down.

  5. Kevin H says:

    The America’s deepest heresy link goes to the article previous to it (The spiritual consequences of tech addiction).

  6. EricL says:

    Kevin H, here’s the link. I’m sure Michael will fix it shortly.

  7. Babylon's Dread says:

    Have you seen the hashtag #shoutyourabortion?
    They are urging women to glory in the benefits of their abortions.

    This is all about the defunding of Planned Parenthood. (which probably won’t happen)
    I have a challenge.

    This is for all those people who say to me that I am not pro-life unless I am willing to take care of these unwanted children cradle to grave. The argument is full of holes but they smugly end conversations with it.

    So I challenge the pro-choice people to pay for the abortions of all the women whose choice they defend. Start your own non-profit and pay for them all and for all of their time off work, their counseling… pay for it all. Or stop boasting about your morality as over against our hypocrisy. Methinks they won’t step up but I welcome them do it.

    Good For the Goose Dread

  8. WenatcheeTheHatchet says:

    in a legal ruling that will certainly not endear the French government to anyone in the U.S., least of all Google.

    Watchbloggers in the U.S. have their challenges, but at least with the way the First Amendment is applied nobody can invoke a “right to be forgotten” here, at least not yet. The “dignity” element in a recent court ruling may have planted a seed for eventually changing that, though.

  9. Alan says:

    The Trevin Wax article on the Anglican Communion is spot on. But wow, the comments section of that article…..absolutely brutal!

  10. Nonnie says:

    It appears the Anglican commentators don’t like the SB because of their view on slavery back in the 1800’s. To me slavery is on the same level as the first head of the CofE being someone who chopped off the heads of his wives, and anyone else that got in his way.

    Ridiculous arguments that completely ignored the issues addressed in the article.

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