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Choice News SUNDAY, JUN 3, 2012  |  29 comments  |  1 commentary
Obama Proclaims June LGBT Pride Month; Celebrates Evolving Attitudes

President Barack Obama called on Americans to celebrate evolving attitudes toward the homosexual community as he proclaimed June as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month.

"This June, let's take some time to celebrate teachers and students who take a stand against bullying, openly gay and lesbian servicemembers, ... families and friends who have seen their own attitudes evolve," he urged.

Obama made the proclamation Friday and expressed again his evolved personal belief in "marriage equality for same-sex couples" "because we must treat others the way we want to be treated." ...


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Barry Watson | Barrie, Ontario, Canada  Protected NameFind all comments by Barry Watson
The decrees of God relate to all future things without exception: whatever is done in time, was foreordained before time began. God’s purpose was concerned with everything, whether great or small, whether good or evil, although with reference to the latter we must be careful to state that while God is the Orderer and Controller of sin, He is not the Author of it in the same way that He is the Author of good. Sin could not proceed from a holy God by positive and direct creation, but only by decretive permission and negative action. God’s decree is as comprehensive as His government, extending to all creatures and all events. It was concerned about our life and death; about our state in time, and our state in eternity. As God works all things after the counsel of His own will, we learn from His works what His counsel is (was), as we judge of an architect’s plan by inspecting the building which was erected under his directions.
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News Item6/6/12 8:32 PM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
Barry Watson wrote:
The decrees of God relate to all future things without exception: whatever is done in time, was foreordained before time
Barry Watson,
I recently heard a local pastor comment on how (this would be his interpretational attitude) God would do whatever He wanted to do and not do anything He did not want to do, essentially telling his audience, 'Do pray but don't expect like it is really going to matter one way or the other.'

IMHO I tend to believe this pastor seriously missed it on prayer BECAUSE Jesus, who knows what He is talking about, told us to Ask! and we would receive, Seek! and we wold find, Knock! and it would be opened for us.

And Jesus backs it up with the parable of the friend who needs 3 loaves at midnight. And of course Scripture is filled with all sorts of encouragement to the believing child of God to pray in faith God will graciously hear and answer.

Here is what I like to tell "modern day Calvinists":
If you want to really know the Sovereignity of God you must pray!

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News Item6/6/12 5:53 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
Michael Hranek wrote:
The sobering reality that Yahweh in His sovereignity allows evil to exist for a season is far from His good, acceptable and perfect will and the reality of the kingdom of God that Scripture teaches we are to seek and persue.
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News Item6/6/12 4:20 PM
Barry Watson | Barrie, Ontario, Canada  Protected NameFind all comments by Barry Watson
Michael Hranek wrote:
Barry Watson
Ah????? Something is radically amiss here.
The sobering reality that Yahweh in His sovereignity allows evil to exist for a season is far from His good, acceptable and perfect will and the reality of the kingdom of God that Scripture teaches we are to seek and persue.
So what is the duty and responsibility that the apathy modern day Calvinism produces in so many and excuses them from so that thy might pretend a form of godliness and deny its power?
-Fervent Intercessory Prayer?
-The Great Commission?
-Our own individual, and only by the grace of God, personal holiness and sanctification?
-The Spiritual Warfare, Faith and Labor out of LOVE for Jesus Christ (grace is NOT opposed to labor, just merit) to see the Power and Glory and The Truth and Righteousness of God prevail against the vile sin that fallen humanity loves so much, to see them (after we ourselves) and only by the grace of God, do some serious repenting and calling upon the name of the Lord that He might save them from their sins and a genuine turning to the Lord Jesus Christ to know Him, love Him and serve Him all their days?
The decrees of God relate to all future things without exception: whatever is done in time, was foreordained before time
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News Item6/6/12 3:01 PM
Cliff Leckey | N. Ireland.  Find all comments by Cliff Leckey
Brit wrote:
Good call L.V.
We have the same problem over here in UK. Nobody worth voting for! Not even the national churches CofE/CofS are worth a vote.
Hit the nail right on the head Brit.
not one worth voting for or sadly even trust
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News Item6/6/12 4:53 AM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
Barry Watson wrote:
Mike... God is in control, unless you believe otherwise..? Why he allows such to be, is His decree..
Barry Watson
Ah????? Something is radically amiss here.

The sobering reality that Yahweh in His sovereignity allows evil to exist for a season is far from His good, acceptable and perfect will and the reality of the kingdom of God that Scripture teaches we are to seek and persue.

So what is the duty and responsibility that the apathy modern day Calvinism produces in so many and excuses them from so that thy might pretend a form of godliness and deny its power?

-Fervent Intercessory Prayer?
-The Great Commission?
-Our own individual, and only by the grace of God, personal holiness and sanctification?
-The Spiritual Warfare, Faith and Labor out of LOVE for Jesus Christ (grace is NOT opposed to labor, just merit) to see the Power and Glory and The Truth and Righteousness of God prevail against the vile sin that fallen humanity loves so much, to see them (after we ourselves) and only by the grace of God, do some serious repenting and calling upon the name of the Lord that He might save them from their sins and a genuine turning to the Lord Jesus Christ to know Him, love Him and serve Him all their days?

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News Item6/6/12 2:09 AM
Barry Watson | Barrie, Ontario, Canada  Protected NameFind all comments by Barry Watson
Mike wrote:
Perhaps if God approved of LGBT Pride, that is, if it were unlike other forms of pride, which he doesn't approve of...
Mike... God is in control, unless you believe otherwise..? Why he allows such to be, is His decree..
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News Item6/5/12 8:12 PM
celebration  Find all comments by celebration
Gay (= happiness) Pride (= thankfulness)!

Perhaps Thanksgiving Day should also be co-opted for America's teeming homosexuals. Surely this supersedes an occasion where some pilgrims sat around a table trying to explain to a few Native-Americans just how terribly-immodest they were.

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News Item6/5/12 7:46 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Barry Watson wrote:
Praise God..
Perhaps if God approved of LGBT Pride, that is, if it were unlike other forms of pride, which he doesn't approve of...
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News Item6/5/12 6:03 PM
Barry Watson | Barrie, Ontario, Canada  Protected NameFind all comments by Barry Watson
Praise God..
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News Item6/4/12 11:03 AM
We have met the enemy...  Find all comments by We have met the enemy...
A prominent baptist pastor's sermon on the President's for gay marriage:

"Our culture long ago embraced ...

1. The sexual revolution of the 60s and 70s ...

2. The idolatry of sex and the diminishing of marriage ...

3. The ubiquity of the birth control pill and the severing of human sexuality from its connection to children and family.

4. No-fault divorce and the idea that we can change spouses like we change sox [sic].

5. That there’s no difference between men and women, gender is just a social construct that we learn from culture, not something given to us by God at creation.

6. And closely related to this, the idea that gender shouldn’t matter when it comes to human sexuality. And so we have a whole generation of young people who see nothing at all wrong with homosexuality.

No, our culture’s devolution didn’t begin last month with an announcement from the President. This slide has been a long time coming."

Embracing the first 4 or 5 points, leads denominations down the primrose path to a final acceptance of same-sex marriage and openly-gay pastors -- even by the church -- if it were possible.

... and he is us.

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News Item6/4/12 8:07 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Rufus wrote:
We'll see if this be so. Yet, even if it was, he is no different than his predecessor and Mitt Romney would be no different than he is. The major players are hand selected and are mere puppets of the actual power brokers.
"The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to the doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can "throw the rascals out" at any election without leading to any profound or extreme shifts in policy.
- Carrol Quigley
You have shown why there is the response called the Tea Party Movement. There is no reason to suppose that which is a "foolish idea" has to remain an idea. Why have confidence in a mentor of Bill Clinton?
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News Item6/4/12 2:23 AM
Mark M. | In the UAE  Contact via emailFind all comments by Mark M.
I buy it when people say there are no good candidates. However, I do think there are better candidates. When Republicans are in office the government does not openly fund overseas abortions, we don't have LGBT craziness forced on us, murderers are still executed and in general, at least on paper, the views of the GOP are closer to traditional Christian values than their liberal counterparts. There are many specifics, "log Cabin" republicans, any given scandal, that show Republicans are just as bad, but I'll bet any of the babies murdered through Obama's "Christianity" would have preferred McCain.

I wish we had good candidates. We don't. However, why wouldn't you vote for the lesser of two evils? If our choices are to be beaten or to be beaten and set on fire...I think I'd rather just take the beating. Not voting means you voted for the winner. Voting to change Obama by choosing a third party candidate means that you are actually helping Obama to win. The only viable option for change, although only minor, superficial ones, is Romney. Otherwise, you can move overseas and work like I did.

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News Item6/3/12 9:47 PM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameFind all comments by Rufus
Mike wrote:
There is only one thing sadder than patriotic folk being defeated before a fight has begun, and that is when Christians do the same. When was the last time a Pharoah, Caesar, or Fuhrer could be voted out of office?
We'll see if this be so. Yet, even if it was, he is no different than his predecessor and Mitt Romney would be no different than he is. The major players are hand selected and are mere puppets of the actual power brokers.

"The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to the doctrinaire and academic thinkers. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can "throw the rascals out" at any election without leading to any profound or extreme shifts in policy.

- Carrol Quigley

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News Item6/3/12 5:28 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Lady_Virtue wrote:
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I am black, but I did not vote for Obama in 2008, and will not vote for him this year, either.
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I cannot subscribe to the "lesser of two evils" argument, as either choice is still evil.
Unfortunately, the way things are arranged, Christians who do not vote have still made a choice. They are voting for Obama.
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News Item6/3/12 4:57 PM
BMW | Nj  Find all comments by BMW
1 man and 1 women, since he didn't change like he promised hes jumping on the homo bandwagon... If he's so for it why isn't he one??
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News Item6/3/12 3:00 PM
John for Jesus | usa  Find all comments by John for Jesus
I hope all of you who will not vote for President will at least vote for any good candidates in the Congress or the Senate.
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Brit | UK  Find all comments by Brit
Lady_Virtue wrote:
While the President may not represent America, he does reflect it and its moral character--or the lack thereof.
I am black, but I did not vote for Obama in 2008, and will not vote for him this year, either. Nor will I be voting for Mitt Romney. The blind allegiance many black people and professing Christians have to Obama is sad to behold. One should never elevate a politician--or anyone else-- above the Lord. Indeed, the occasions on which I do vote are likely to become fewer and farther between. I cannot subscribe to the "lesser of two evils" argument, as either choice is still evil.
Good call L.V.

We have the same problem over here in UK. Nobody worth voting for! Not even the national churches CofE/CofS are worth a vote.

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News Item6/3/12 1:22 PM
Lady_Virtue | OKC  Contact via emailFind all comments by Lady_Virtue
While the President may not represent America, he does reflect it and its moral character--or the lack thereof.

I am black, but I did not vote for Obama in 2008, and will not vote for him this year, either. Nor will I be voting for Mitt Romney. The blind allegiance many black people and professing Christians have to Obama is sad to behold. One should never elevate a politician--or anyone else-- above the Lord. Indeed, the occasions on which I do vote are likely to become fewer and farther between. I cannot subscribe to the "lesser of two evils" argument, as either choice is still evil.

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News Item6/3/12 1:06 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Rufus wrote:
The Constitution does not apply anymore. This executive employee now wields the same or more power than any Pharoah, Caesar, Fuhrer or otherwise.
There is only one thing sadder than patriotic folk being defeated before a fight has begun, and that is when Christians do the same. When was the last time a Pharoah, Caesar, or Fuhrer could be voted out of office?
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