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Meet Lauren Daigle

laurendaigle2_hdv“Read the Bible and find out for yourself.” Lauren Daigle

“Before they went to bed, the men of the city of Sodom, both young and old, the whole population, surrounded the house. They called out to Lot and said, ‘Where are the men who came to you tonight? Send them out to us so we can have sex with them!’ Lot went out to them at the entrance and shut the door behind him. He said, ‘Don’t do this evil.’” Genesis 19:4-6

“Males committed shameless acts with males and received in their own person the appropriate penalty for their perversion.” Romans 1:27

Christian Mega-Star Singers: Tell the Truth on Homosexuality

By Trevor Thomas, American Thinker, December 9, 2018

At 27 years old, with the 2015 GMA Dove Award for New Artist of the Year and Song of the Year for “How Can It Be,” along with the 2016 Dove Award for Artist of the Year and a 2016 Grammy nomination, Lauren Daigle is currently one of the most popular modern Christian music artists.  According to Forbes, earlier this year, Miss Daigle made history “by becoming the first Christian artist to top all five of Billboard’s core Christian charts simultaneously.”

After her appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Miss Daigle received some criticism from Christians who thought she had no business performing on a TV show hosted by a lesbian.  In response to the criticism, as noted on The Christian Post:

“I think the second we start drawing lines around which people are able to be approached and which aren’t, we’ve already completely missed the heart of God,” Daigle told WAY-FM Radio.

“I don’t have all the answers in life and I’m definitely not gonna act like I do, but the one thing that I know for sure is I can’t choose who I’m supposed to be kind to and who I’m supposed to show love to and who I’m not, because that’s the mission right?” she continued.  “Be who Christ was to everyone.” Continue reading

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Social Justice Explained

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“Why is the essential noun ‘justice’ so often accompanied by a modifier, or a hyphen, today?” Steven Hayward

Power Line’s Steven Hayward dissects the leftist behemoth

By Monica Showalter, American Thinker, November 14, 2018

We probably think of Power Line‘s Steven Hayward as a first-rate writer at first glance, but he’s got this other side and it’s a doozy: He’s a distinguished law professor who gets awards and gives special-event lectures for his accomplishments at universities. He’s done quite a few.

I got the opportunity to hear him speak at the University of San Diego last night, as the featured guest at the Bowes-Madison Distinguished Speaker series, and his speech called “Justice without hyphens” offered amazing insights on the persistence of the left and its grip on America’s cultural institutions.

For the left, there’s no such thing as justice, or justice-justice, but just the lefty “intersectional” variants of it as they define it. Here’s how he laid it out:

Why is the essential noun “justice” so often accompanied by a modifier, or a hyphen, today? We have social justice, environmental justice and climate justice, racial justice, feminist justice, gender justice, even spatial justice, and more. Why this conspicuous rise of contingent justice?  Whatever happened to simple “justice” without a modifier?

Good question, no? He went into such topics such as post-modernism, (which has wrecked the humanities and arts), political correctness and identity politics, and the persistence of communism in academia despite its failed record.

Many of Hayward’s ideas were derived from his latest book, “Patriotism is Not Enough,” published last year and set to come out in a paperback edition this year. I’m certainly getting it. Continue reading

Brazil goes Conservative

“Brazilian Congressman Jair Bolsonaro’s platform was everything the [leftwing] establishment despises, all wrapped up in one campaign: pro-God, pro-free market, anti-globalist, pro-family, anti-corruption, pro-gun rights, pro-life, anti-communist, pro-Western Christian civilization, anti-cultural Marxism, and pro-Brazil.”  Alex Newman

“The [leftwing] establishment seeking a globalist [socialist] ‘world order’ has been dealt a stunning blow by the Brazilian people.” Ibid

“Conservative Catholics and increasingly influential evangelical Christians teamed up in the world’s largest Catholic country to not only stop the march of communism, but to root it out completely.” Ibid

Globalists Freak as “Tropical Trump” Bolsonaro Wins in Brazil

Written by  Alex Newman, TheNewAmerican.com, October 29, 2018

Globalists Freak as “Tropical Trump” Bolsonaro Wins in Brazil

Brazilian Congressman Jair Bolsonaro’s platform was everything the establishment despises, all wrapped up in one campaign: pro-God, pro-free market, anti-globalist, pro-family, anti-corruption, pro-gun rights, anti-establishment, pro-life, anti-communist, pro-Western Christian civilization, anti-cultural Marxism, and pro-Brazil. And now, thanks to evangelicals and conservative Catholics uniting in an election that shocked the globalist political class worldwide, the so-called Tropical Trump, or Trump of the Tropics, is Brazil’s next president. It is likely that U.S. President Donald Trump and Brazilian President-elect Jair Bolsonaro (shown) will have a lot in common. And assuming Bolsonaro keeps his campaign pledges — a likely prospect considering his decades of walking the talk — Brazil is set to see a counter-revolution that could set the powerful communist and globalist movements in Latin America back by decades or more.

What happened in Brazil over the weekend represents a political earthquake of immense proportions. After two back-to-back communist-controlled administrations nearly drove Brazil into the abyss of totalitarianism over a period of about a dozen years, a fierce anti-communist opposed to globalism has come to “rescue Brazil,” as Bolsonaro put it. Former President Luiz Inacio “Lula” da Silva — a close ally of the Castro regime, Marxist narco-terror movements, and other murderers and criminals — is behind bars for flagrant corruption in the “Operation Car Wash” (Lava Jato) scandal. His handpicked successor, Dilma Rousseff, was impeached and removed from office by Congress amid massive anti-communist demonstrations. Lula’s next minion, Fernando Haddad, meanwhile, went down in flames in Sunday’s election, with Bolsonaro winning by a margin of around 12 percentage points. Haddad’s campaign slogan was simple yet obviously ineffective: “Haddad is Lula.” Continue reading

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