A large coalition of African-American pastors, snubbed by President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder in their demand for a meeting to discuss same-sex marriage, are calling on blacks to boycott the president and sign a petition demanding that the administration withdraw support for gay marriage.
âBy embracing gay marriage, President Obama is leading the country down an immoral path,â said Rev. William Owens, president of the 1,300-member Coalition of African-American Pastors. âSome things are bigger than the next election.â
The pastors are angered with Obamaâs recent endorsement of gay marriage. Obama did not, however, suggest that he would push for a federal mandate allowing same-sex marriages to take place....
It is very comforting to see Biblical principles are still held high color, race or anything else should never be held above the word. This is exactly why the world is in moral decay. We need more people to stand!
Yes, dreamer, what Americans need to do is to kick the Republicans out of power also,
1 Corinthians 6 9 Or do you not know that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived; neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor homosexuals, 10 nor thieves, nor the covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers, shall inherit the kingdom of God.---NASB
Now, I'm in church when CBS's "60 Minutes" comes on, (Nah I usually don't record it, but I might this time!) where an (in)famous Congress fixer is going to tell how it is still going on. It should be an interesting program.
"By embracing gay marriage, President Obama is leading the country down an immoral path,â said Rev. William Owens, president of the 1,300-member Coalition of African-American Pastors. âSome things are bigger than the next election.â"
What Americans need to do is kick the Democrats out of political and public office in recognition of the moral corruption endorsed by this party.
Perhaps it is time for the purging of the political party to prevent them from interferring with religiously accepted ideologies, leaving them to be fought out in the churches. Secularists who wish to be involved could be invited to debate. Thus leaving the political administration to concentrate on secular government which is their true role in society.
Surely it is too dangerous for party affiliated individuals to have such jurisdiction in the field of religious and moral standards?
If church and state are to be separated - then shouldn't state also respect this and separate too?