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FRONT PAGE  |  6/2/2015
MONDAY, APR 23, 2012  |  15 comments  |  1 commentary
Romney to give commencement speech at Falwell’s Liberty University
Mitt Romney, on the cusp of making history as the first Mormon to win a major party’s nomination for president, will deliver the commencement address at Liberty University, a bastion of evangelical Christians founded by the late televangelist Jerry Falwell.

Romney’s address, scheduled for May 12, comes as the former Massachusetts governor is laboring to consolidate the conservative base as he moves from a bruising and divisive primary campaign into a general election against President Obama.

This will be Romney’s first visit to Liberty’s campus in Lynchburg, Va. Several other candidates addressed students there last year, including Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.). Liberty is the alma mater of one of Romney’s senior advisers, Mark DeMoss, who has been helping the candidate build bridges to the evangelical community. And Brett O’Donnell, who helped Romney prepare for ...


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News Item4/24/12 3:06 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, Doc, no worse than the foolishness of The Unscriptural Theologies Of Amillennialism And Postmillennialism which is pure Catholicism. Oh, something else about Hank,
Thomas Ice wrote:
Hank Hanegraaff is an advocate of Christian Palestinianism!1 Hanegraaff’s pro- Palestinianism has been advanced at the expense of the modern state of Israel. When I stated in an article that, “Hanegraaff is no lover of Israel,”2 he responded by saying that my statement “is flatly false.”3 Hanegraaff cited from his book, The Apocalypse Code his most positive statement about Israel in defense, which merely says, “the modern state of Israel has a definitive right to exist.”5 If that is all he said it might have been acceptable. However, when compared to what he says about and against the modern state of Israel, his answer does nothing to rebut my statement that Hanegraaff is no lover of Israel.
excerpt from, DEIR YASSIN: A MYTHICAL MASSACRE.

Getting back to the article, The Believer and Politics.

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News Item4/24/12 2:54 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
outreach wrote:
But is this not the very point? That the Roman Catholics use works to save themselves.
The Roman Catholic uses works, thinking to save themselves, sure.

Even some of their most famous nuns have gone on record as saying that their own personal sufferings played an important part in the redemption of souls.

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News Item4/24/12 2:48 PM
outreach  Find all comments by outreach
StepRightUp wrote:
Sola fide is such a laser-thin high-wire, that nobody can walk it
The Roman Catholic alternative to Sola Fide, or using the Bible, is to receive and use the man made sinner produced Traditions of the papal antichrist.

It is interesting as well as revealing that our resident papist disclaims the use of the Bible Alone, thereby illustrating his inclination for using the sinners version of works based religious theory. But is this not the very point? That the Roman Catholics use works to save themselves.

In fact considering idolatry, relics, maryolatry, statuettes, popes and uncle tom cobbly and all - the RCC uses everything BUT the Word of God.

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News Item4/24/12 2:23 PM
StepRightUp  Find all comments by StepRightUp
Mike wrote:
What's the difference between a Morman, Catholic, or the easy belivism? They all teach a false gospel.
Sola fide is such a laser-thin high-wire, that nobody can walk it. If a Reformed pastor could ever go a whole week and not preach against sola fide, he's an amazing man. If you can find one, he'd have to become Liberty's perennial commencement speaker.
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News Item4/24/12 1:42 PM
Mike | Florida  Find all comments by Mike
What's the difference between a Morman, Catholic, or the easy belivism? They all teach a false gospel.
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News Item4/24/12 11:22 AM
CAS | S.Cal  Find all comments by CAS
Not trying to split hairs here, but Liberty has independent fundamental baptist roots but is now more moderately conservative evangelical with a strong SBC influence.
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News Item4/24/12 7:23 AM
Mike | Florida  Find all comments by Mike
This school should be classified, non denomination. Because it's far from being Baptist, and Fundamental.
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News Item4/24/12 4:58 AM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
Sean wrote:
Romney is speaking as a politician.
There is a far bigger problem with what passes for christianity within Liberty University!
Sean
A very sad Amen!

But it is not just Liberty University it is also our local churches, bookstores, radio, and television that call themselves "Christian" as well.

As one pastor has commented the term "born again" is not understood in our culture and with some it is just about meaningless. Giving us churches infested with pretend Chrisitians who hate obedience to God, like not having unbelievers speak in our Universities.

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News Item4/23/12 9:18 PM
Sean  Find all comments by Sean
DAN wrote:
"Liberty University, a bastion of evangelical Christians founded by the late televangelist Jerry Falwell." Oh, the power of the media, lies and lies, what do you expect from this University, Romney who believes with all his heart, mind, and money that their jesus is brother to satan, will make a speech...
Romney is speaking as a politician.

There is a far bigger problem with what passes for christianity within Liberty University!

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News Item4/23/12 8:58 PM
DAN | USA  Find all comments by DAN
"Liberty University, a bastion of evangelical Christians founded by the late televangelist Jerry Falwell." Oh, the power of the media, lies and lies, what do you expect from this University, Romney who believes with all his heart, mind, and money that their jesus is brother to satan, will make a speech...
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News Item4/23/12 8:10 PM
Sean  Find all comments by Sean
"Liberty University, a bastion of evangelical Christians"

No, Liberty University is an illegitimization of evangelical Christianity.

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News Item4/23/12 7:52 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Not the Dr. wrote:
There is a fine line between Baptist fundamentalism and republicanism. Just criticize Flush Limbaugh in a room full of fundamentalist and you will see what I'm talking about.
Romney giving a speech is a threat to Christians? Interesting.
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News Item4/23/12 6:25 PM
Not the Dr. | West Virginia  Find all comments by Not the Dr.
apostasy has begun wrote:
"In fairness, this is something that Mitt Romney himself has been rather candid about...
"...Going back to the history of Mormonism, millennial madness so gripped Joseph Smith that he laid a cornerstone in Jackson County, Missouri, at the exact location he supposed the millennial temple would be constructed. And not only did Joseph Smith believe that Christ would setup the millennial reign in Independence, Missouri, but he supposed Western Missouri, not Southern Mesopotamia, to be the location of the Garden of Eden, and therefore, believed that the first man Adam would return to the state of Missouri to prepare the way for the thousand-year reign of Jesus Christ upon the earth."
-Hank Hanegraaff
A 14 karat Mormon is giving the commencement speech at a fundamentalist University? How is this even possible?
There is a fine line between Baptist fundamentalism and republicanism. Just criticize Flush Limbaugh in a room full of fundamentalist and you will see what I'm talking about.
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News Item4/23/12 2:03 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
If memory serves, Jerry Falwell was moving away from a political gospel. It's a pity that those who follow him don't stay away from that also.

A Mormon in the White House? 10 Things Every American Should Know About Mitt Romney.

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News Item4/23/12 10:25 AM
apostasy has begun  Find all comments by apostasy has begun
"In fairness, this is something that Mitt Romney himself has been rather candid about...

"...Going back to the history of Mormonism, millennial madness so gripped Joseph Smith that he laid a cornerstone in Jackson County, Missouri, at the exact location he supposed the millennial temple would be constructed. And not only did Joseph Smith believe that Christ would setup the millennial reign in Independence, Missouri, but he supposed Western Missouri, not Southern Mesopotamia, to be the location of the Garden of Eden, and therefore, believed that the first man Adam would return to the state of Missouri to prepare the way for the thousand-year reign of Jesus Christ upon the earth."
-Hank Hanegraaff

A 14 karat Mormon is giving the commencement speech at a fundamentalist University? How is this even possible?

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