Now here is a good use of taxpayer funds (seriously, we need more humor like this):
Hat tip: Biblical Christianity
That is almost as good as this old favorite:
Abortionist distraught over killing wrong twin — He would have been fine if he had done it “right” and killed the child with Down Syndrome. Such moral schizophrenia.
From the “I am not making this up category” comes unisex restrooms for public schools.
Transgender students must be allowed access to the bathrooms that correspond to their gender identity or expression or, if they prefer, to existing single-stall bathrooms.
Christian “music star” now lesbian — I might have put the quotes around Christian instead of music star, but whatever. Sadly, she trotted out the lame shellfish argument, which is full of holes but is appealing to many because so few bother to study the passages. I address five serious problems with it in flaws of the shellfish argument. I am so tired of the deliberate ignorance people use to distort Christianity and teach whatever they like. It isn’t that hard to study the Bible.
She wants to dismiss Leviticus 18:22 (You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination), so does that mean the verses before and after are outdated as well? (“You shall not give any of your children to offer them to Molech, and so profane the name of your God: I am the Lord. . . . And you shall not lie with any animal and so make yourself unclean with it, neither shall any woman give herself to an animal to lie with it: it is perversion.)
Obama’s back-alley healthcare — not enough doctors, forcing un-qualified people to administer care, etc.
Why would any church have Shelby Spong speak there, let alone “preach?” Sadly, a United Methodist church is having him do just that.
A controversial bishop who denies belief in a personal deity will speak at a Madison church on Sunday. Retired Episcopal Church Bishop John Shelby Spong will lecture on the divinity of Christ at First United Methodist Church.
Spong, who has denied the deity of Christ as well as his bodily resurrection and virgin birth, plans to give two lectures on April 10th, as well as preach on April 11th. His views contradict the teachings of the United Methodist Church and of all traditional churches.
Bishop Spong’s former diocese in the northern half of New Jersey shrunk by 40 percent under his helm, a pattern of decline typical of ultra liberal churches.
What do you call an organization that brings in someone to speak on the divinity of Christ who doesn’t believe in the divinity of Christ?! Non-Christian.