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Fox Fires Sportscaster For Christian Beliefs – Expressed Off The Job!

Religious discrimination continues to rear its ugly head in the Lone Star State. According to reports, Craig James, former NFL player and ESPN Analyst, has been fired after one day on the job from Fox Sports for his biblical views on marriage and sexuality. And the shocking part of the story – he was fired not for comments he made on…

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Moody and Biola Graduate is an Admitted Lesbian!

Don Boys, Ph.D.   http://donboys.cstnews.com/moody-and-biola-graduate-is-an-admitted-lesbian Dr. Jennifer  Lingenfelter is the daughter of respected former professor (and provost) of Fuller Seminary, Dr. Sherwood Lingenfelter. While she is an admitted lesbian, she is NOT a professor at Fuller as per the Internet, and that fact was confirmed to me today by one of Fuller’s professors. However, Fuller Seminary does permit an LGBT club…

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FIRST-PERSON: Cohabitation in the church

Baptist Press  Evan Lenow Posted on Aug 14, 2013   FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) — Many of us would like to think that the church is immune to the growing trend of cohabitation prior to, or instead of, marriage. Unfortunately, this cultural trend has crept into the pews as fewer church members recognize cohabitation as a violation of biblical sexual…

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Christian Preachers Brutally Beaten at Gay Pride Festival

By Todd Starnes Jul 5, 2013 Two street preachers were brutally beaten — punched and kicked — by a crowd at a gay pride festival in Seattle and the entire melee was captured on video.  One was reported to be Pastor James Jobe of First Baptist Church – Tonasket, WA.  The preachers were holding signs reading “Repent or Else” and…

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Cyber Attacks Against Web Sites Overwhelming – Greg J. Dixon

The recent cyber attacks, more properly called internet rape, of three out of four of our web sites, and those of our web masters, David Williams, by unknown assailants, sometime before June 15 as reported on the June 19 Trumpet on line (http://the-trumpet-online.com/wp-admin/post-new.php) and Freedom’s Phoenix ,  is nothing less than overwhelming, when the extent of the damage and the scope…

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Has the Moslem Cyber Jihad Agains’t Christian Web Sites Begun? by Greg J. Dixon

(Editor’s Note: When our website went down on June 15 in which we sent out our daily Trumpet on Line publication, we, in our ignorance of computer sites thought that Word Press was just making changes and that it was up to us to figure out how to use the new format.  Little did we know that we were the…

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Church Holds Second Amendment Sunday

                                                               March 15, 2013 Church Holds Second Amendment Sunday By Todd Starnes 3/14/2013 God and guns go hand-in-hand according to a Chicago-area pastor who hosted a Second Amendment Sunday in his church – that included a cake decorated with an edible chocolate Glock emblazoned with the phrase, “Blessed Are the Peacemakers.” “Jesus was not a pacifist,” said John Kirkwood,…

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Christian Universities in Trouble: Cedarville University Next!

Don Boys, Ph.D. http://donboys.cstnews.com/christian-universities-in-trouble-cedarville-university-next   Tension, turmoil, turbulence, trouble, and twisted theology have faced many Christian schools, including King’s College, Baylor University, Northwestern College, Calvin College, and Patrick Henry College. Shorter University lost nearly half of its 100 faculty members; Erskine College ended up taking its denomination to court. A Texas independent Baptist college was lost by their founding group…

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Wis. Student ‘Censored, Punished’ by School for Gay Adoption Beliefs

Author: Ravelle Mohammed | Christian Post A 15-year-old Wisconsin student has been “censored and punished” for expressing his Christian beliefs – supporting the biblical family view – in a school newspaper op-ed article about homosexuality and same-sex parent adoption. Brandon Wegner, a contributor for Shawano High student paper “The Hawk’s Post,” wrote the editorial column in support of children being…

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