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"Of course Islam is an evil religion. So is anything that is against God no matter how subtle."
Islam is an evil religion because Muslims are not worshipping the true God.
There are quotes in the Quaran about killing the infidels. Their goal is to convert the world to Islam by any means neccessary.
How many more terrorists acts will it take before our churches, government, and news media call Islam exactly what it is, "an evil religion"?
| 2010/1/5 15:22||Profile|
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People keep saying FoxNews is conservative...but I beg to differ.
There have been times in the past when I could not sleep at night so I would come to the computer and check a few things, like the news, SI, etc. Several times I have seen ads on the FoxNews page that were pornographic but they were gone my morning. Conservative? By whose standards? Because of it I have lost my respect for FoxNews...
On the other hand what else can one expect from worldly people? For them sin only become so when it inconveniences them.
| 2010/1/5 20:05||Profile|
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They are only conservative politcally, though, not entirely. As a general rule of thumb they are.
| 2010/1/5 20:50||Profile|
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Hi sister Ginnyrose...
Several times I have seen ads on the FoxNews page that were pornographic but they were gone my morning. Conservative? By whose standards? Because of it I have lost my respect for FoxNews...
I have rarely visited the FoxNews website, so I don't know much about their political or social leanings. However, I suppose that their advertisements might be handled via a third-party advertising company.
If I remember correctly, there were some issues with questionable advertising here on SermonIndex a few years ago. Sometimes, such advertising is often reflective of factors other than the intent of the website itself. I live in the San Francisco Bay Area (where Satan seems to have his throne), but I sometimes visit websites that are local to Virginia, Texas, Pennsylvania and Tennessee (where our family lives). Ironically, we still see advertisements for companies that are local to the San Francisco Bay Area even in those out-of-state locations. Such advertisements are reflective to the IP location or computer user rather than the area where the website is located.
Not to defend FoxNews (or attack them either), but is it possible that some of their advertisements are handled by a third party?
Of course, FoxNews is certainly not a Christian or religious news organization. They lean conservative or libertarian (contrasted with the apparent liberal leanings of other stations). I suppose that it might help if we remember to keep them in such a context (which I am sure is reflective of the way that many of us do). Still, it might be helpful to give them the benefit of the doubt. I remember hating to see Mormon and New Age advertisements on SermonIndex (controlled by GoogleAds), but it didn't reflect SermonIndex, Greg or the moderators.
| 2010/1/5 23:07||Profile|
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For any who are looking for a christian conservative newsite this one is really good.
| 2010/1/6 7:00|
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Just to remind us. the original post was about Brit Hume proclaiming Christianity as the place of redemption and forgiveness.
Brit took a stand on national TV in spite of Tigers great fame as one of the most idolized sports stars ever. Good job Brit.
| 2010/1/6 9:02|
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Yea, and Brit is paying the price for it too... he is being rediculed by the brilliant media minds out there... like Keith Olberman.
| 2010/1/6 9:15|
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Ginnyrose you wrote.........
"People keep saying FoxNews is conservative...but I beg to differ.
There have been times in the past when I could not sleep at night so I would come to the computer and check a few things, like the news, SI, etc. Several times I have seen ads on the FoxNews page that were pornographic but they were gone my morning."
You are exactly right sister. Rupart Murdoch, owner of Fox News is a thououghly disreputable character. His biggest generator of income, prior to purchasing Fox News was "The Sun," newspaper, and I use the word newspaper very lighty. It is a poronograhic rag that is the best selling daily in Britian. Every day they have a different topless girl, commonly known in Britain as the "Page three girs." It is a filthy rag and reflects the man. To see the woman newscasters on Fox news one would have to be blind to miss the common charactersistics. Its all very sad and is an indication of the people who defend this that their philosophy overides their Christianity, the world , through Fox News, has truly invaded much of the church.
This of course has nothing to do with Brit Hume whom I know little about, apart from his philosophy........Frank
| 2010/1/6 9:51|
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Fox News is the only major news network that you are going to hear the conservative side of the news. You can watch any of the other major news networks and you are going to get the liberal point of view. Although Fox news is far from being perfect, I thank God that they are giving us the apposing view to a corrupt administration that is now in power. Liberalism and humanism with it's anti God agenda of abortion and perversion (homosexuality) is destroying this nation.
Politics is not the answere to this nation's problems. Only God can save this nation, and if there is not another Great awakening in this country, we will see the judgements of God come down, and America will fall.
It is vital for the survival of this nation that we elect men of integrity in positions of leadership, and that we pray, repent, and intercede for our country.
Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD; and the people whom he hath chosen for his own inheritance. (Psalm 33:12).
When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn. (Proverbs 29:2).
"Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people"
| 2010/1/6 10:36||Profile|
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"he is being rediculed by the brilliant media minds out there" Krispy
Unfortunately 'the church' and it's brilliant minds are providing the media with plenty of fodder. What did Brit say to Ted Haggard?? To those who aren't saved, they see this in black and white and therefore as hypocrisy. They don't see it as salvation being taught but a competing viewpoint on religion... they see it as opinion and not truth. It's another 'get out of jail free card' type speech to them. When you have people like Ann Coulter telling a jewish Donnie Duetsch that 'we have the fast track' (to heaven) we sound like gloating opponents and not ministers of Christ. It backfires. Most people don't like 'religious proselytizing' so close to politics or media... it sounds hollow and disingenuous to them.
And let's have perspective, if Tiger were a 'christian' and a well known news anchor advised him to become Buddhist like themselves.. the religious right would be all up in arms over it crying foul. To us we would see that as 'opinion'.. and many of the unsaved see Brit's remark to Tiger the same way.
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