Religion

Sanctuary: Imposition of Religious Belief?

What is sanctuary? Sanctuary involves congregations declaring themselves official “sanctuaries”. That means they are committed to providing support to refugees. Various denominations participate. Movement members act in defiance of federal laws they oppose and they uphold laws they think their government violates. Where did sanctuary come from? The historical roots of the movement derive from …

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Blogline of the Day – Democrats, once again, are demonstrating their bigotry against People of Faith

“Democrats now freely display the sort of anti-Catholic bigotry that JFK was thought to have vanquished in the 1960 presidential campaign.” And why is it?  Easy. ANYTHING that presents a challenge to the power or primacy of The State must be downrated, stigmatized, made to be of no account “in our modern society, and defeated.  …

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Notable Quote – Richard Fernandez

The elite wanted a world without God and they got it. Andrew Sullivan argues that with the decline of traditional religions the godless world has embraced political cults.  They are finding the resulting world an uncongenial place. Everyone has a religion. It is, in fact, impossible not to have a religion if you are a human being. …

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Princeton University Panel Discussion Describes Democrats While Talking About Communism

In a discussion on assessing 100 years of communism, Carlos Eire a Yale history and religious studies professor and an immigrant from communist Cuba said,  “it is possible to speak of communism…as a religion” and one “governed by bad theology.” In the “unforgiving” communist religion, Eire posited, the “oligarchy becomes the priesthood,” and the government becomes …

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When Progressives Wax ‘Poetic’ About ‘Religious Bigotry’ …

The Masterpiece Cakeshop ruling continues to bear fruit. David French, writing at National Review Online, has provided several pieces that emphasize the upside of the decision, here, here, and here. One important point that is a gift that should keep on giving is a quote from the Decision written by Justice Kennedy. To describe a man’s …

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Notable Quote – Don Surber

Once again we see liberalism as a religion. The liberals’ high opinion of themselves is amusing. I forget who said it first, but when you lose a sense your other senses become more intense; thus when you lose your sense of humor, your sense of self-importance grows. –Don Surber Talking about a sense of humor …

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Facebook Doodlings – in which I may have called out Lloyd over at TreeHugger

Well, I do go over to TH from time to time, and even leave comments.  Well, there was a post by Lloyd (“90 by 50 plan could reduce New York City’s emissions by 90% by 2050“), someone that doesn’t always take kindly to Conservative or Libertarians assaulting what seems to be an Environmental Communitarian mantra.  …

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Seasoned Greetings

The Holidays are upon us.  It’s that special time of year when atheism gets more Constitutional religious freedom than any actual religion, the lefts devotion to separation of church and state does not prevent union government employees from enjoying paid days off for…religious holidays, and we get to remind ourselves that what believing in a …

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Notable Quote: Government As A Protector From Natural Evils

The ideas of religion and government are closely connected; and whilst we receive government as a thing necessary, or even useful to our well-being, we shall in spite of us draw in, as a necessary, though undesirable consequence, an artificial religion of some kind or other.  To this the vulgar will always be voluntary slaves; …

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I’d Like to Know What New Hampshire Democrats Think About This?

I’d like to know what New Hampshire Democrats think about this? Under President Obama’s healthcare law, the HHS can levy $100 per employee, per day against institutions that won’t comply with the (contraceptive) mandate. Therefore, religious employers with hundreds of employees could be fined millions of dollars each year. A 50-employee institution, for example, would …

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