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FRIDAY, AUG 31, 2012  |  26 comments
2-Hour Islamic ‘Jumah’ Prayers ‘at the DNC’
The host committee for the Democratic National Convention is raising a number of eyebrows after choosing to proceed with featuring Islamic “Jumah” prayers for two hours on the Friday before its convention, though Democrats earlier denied a Catholic cardinal’s request to say a prayer at the same event.

Watch the promotional video via the Bureau of Muslim Affairs, which claims it is hosting the event “at the Democratic National Convention.”

The first two minutes are rather dry, but around 2:04 a muezzin sings the call to prayer with an American flag background, and the video “picks up” considerably: ...


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News Item9/3/12 7:28 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
jpw wrote:
ahh, so many to coronate, so little time.
they wanted a king and there were so many to choose from!
maybe we should just coronate them all and see which Messiah comes....
It was proclaimed messiah arrived in 2008, and by his very own words, to stem the rise of the oceans and heal the planet. You mean it isn't true?
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News Item9/2/12 11:23 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
ahh, so many to coronate, so little time.

they wanted a king and there were so many to choose from!

maybe we should just coronate them all and see which Messiah comes....

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News Item9/2/12 11:00 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
The independent voter wrote:
1)Can a person be a true believer and still vote for a mormon as president and a member of the Church of Rome as vice-president?

2)Does doing so impact a Republican believer's standing before God as it alleged for the Democrat believer?
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3)Do they really want Obama gone so much that they would do something so much in conflict and anathetical to the very Word of God?

4)You'll never be able to legislate rightousness because all sin is result of an unclean heart which only God can change.
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5)Voting for Romney is a betrayal of the very testimony of the Lord Jesus Christ, his sufficiency, his personal and perfect sacrifice. If he is elected, don't be surprised if the spiritual decline of this nation is hastened.

1) Can a person be a true believer and still vote for an anti-Christian and an RC vice-president?

2)No difference in impact. Believers are to follow the laws of the land, which isn't a theocracy.

3) Is it more in conflict than re-electing a blatant anti-Christian?

4) Funny. It is known that evil can be legislated into the culture, but it is supposed that it cannot be legislated out.

btw, can God change a Mormon's heart?

5) Likewise, but moreso, with his opponent.

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News Item9/2/12 8:45 PM
The independent voter  Find all comments by The independent voter
Can a person be a true believer and still vote for a mormon as president and a member of the Church of Rome as vice-president?

Does doing so impact a Republican believer's standing before God as it alleged for the Democrat believer?

Here are some of the teachings of the Church of LDS website, they subscribe to extremely and totally unbiblical beliefs. God(the father) has a human body, Satan and Jesus are brothers, Christ is coming back to establish his kingdom in the United States, no hell no closure of the canon, modern day prophets. How do so-called evangelical christian members of the GOP recocile their voting for this man?

Do they really want Obama gone so much that they would do something so much in conflict and anathetical to the very Word of God?

You'll never be able to legislate rightousness because all sin is result of an unclean heart which only God can change. The republicans were in power for over 8 years under both Bush and and Reagan, yet there was no substantive effort undertaken by either of the two to rid the land of abortion.

Voting for Romney is a betrayal of the very testimony of the Lord Jesus Christ, his sufficiency, his personal and perfect sacrifice. If he is elected, don't be surprised if the spiritual decline of this nation is hastened.

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News Item9/2/12 5:46 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
President Mitt Romney...

Sure got a ring to it.

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News Item9/2/12 3:56 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
You don't mean that anti-Semite Ron Paul do you, jpw? Because while the answer is basically "yes," to, 'Are the Republican candidates all crazy?' This especially applied to him, No, Ronny, is just Too Close to Kooky.
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News Item9/2/12 10:29 AM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
The Christ-confessing candidate was mocked here on SA for months and now they have a Mos, Cath, Mor to choose from who probably all have the same eschatololgy! Ha ha ha!
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News Item9/1/12 2:09 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
But, jpw, it has been pointed out that Roman Catholics, Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses are much closer in theology than they are to Christian doctrines, in actuality they are closer to Islam than they are Christianity, Understanding Islam and Roman Catholicism.

Martin Luther on Galatians wrote:
Those who do not know God in Christ arrive at this erroneous conclusion: "I will serve God in such and such a way. I will join this or that order. I will be active in this or that charitable endeavor. God will sanction my good intentions and reward me with everlasting life. For is He not a merciful and generous Father who gives good things even to the unworthy and ungrateful? How much more will He grant unto me everlasting life as a due payment in return for my many good deeds and merits." This is the religion of reason. This is the natural religion of the world...(1Co 2:14)... Hence, there is really no difference...a Mohammedan, and any other old or new heretic. There may be a difference of persons, places, rites, religions, ceremonies, but as far as their fundamental beliefs are concerned they are all alike
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News Item9/1/12 9:36 AM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
The Christ-confessing candidate was mocked here on SA for months and now they have a Mos, Cath, Mor to choose from who probably all have the same eschatololgy! Ha ha ha!
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News Item9/1/12 6:38 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Well, Mike, I'm not going to vote for a Mormon that's for certain, Oh, I haven't read all the comments, but the title of this thing thread really got to me. So, I decided to check it out (I wish more people would check this stuff out!)

Snopes: Obama campaign is not sponsoring an "Islamic Jamah!. In fact it is letting the Romish Cardinal give the closing prayer at the DNC. So, yes, to altuism, there apparently will be very few Christians there. The Perils of Popery. So, the DNC will be given a big anti-Christian sendoff.

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News Item8/31/12 7:12 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
Mike -- well said, good day.
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News Item8/31/12 5:51 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Posse Comitatus text:
"From and after the passage of this act it shall not be lawful to employ any part of the Army of the United States, as a posse comitatus, or otherwise, for the purpose of executing the laws, except in such cases and under such circumstances as such employment of said force may be expressly authorized by the Constitution or by act of Congress; and no money appropriated by this act shall be used to pay any of the expenses incurred in the employment of any troops in violation of this section, and any person willfully violating the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction thereof shall be punished by fine not exceeding ten thousand dollars or imprisonment not exceeding two years or by both such fine and imprisonment."

I see
"expressly authorized by..." It doesn't include the president as source of express authorization.

I do not see
"Contrary to popular belief, the Act does not prohibit members of the Army from exercising state law enforcement, police, or peace officer powers that maintain "law and order."

State law enforcement, police, and peace officer functions, when necessary and authorized, are the realm of the State National Guard, not the US Army.

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News Item8/31/12 5:15 PM
tortum  Find all comments by tortum
jpw wrote:
Mike -- do you know what the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 is?
"Contrary to popular belief, the Act does not prohibit members of the Army from exercising state law enforcement, police, or peace officer powers that maintain "law and order"; it simply requires that any authority to do so must exist with the United States Constitution or Act of Congress. In this way, most use of the Army and the Air Force at the direction of the President does not offend the statute, even though it may be problematic for political reasons." Posse Comitatus
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News Item8/31/12 5:07 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
jpw wrote:
Mike -- do you know what the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 is?
Yes
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News Item8/31/12 4:26 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
Mike -- do you know what the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 is?
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News Item8/31/12 3:59 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
altuism wrote:

"BOTH" parties???
Does God allow that???
Would Satan allow a Christian voice to be heard in the Democrat party?
Do you mean Christians or Arminians, Mike?
"However noble this peaceful assembly of believers was, many in the crowd were die-hard Democrats. This is, after all, New York City, the very heart of liberal and progressive thought. And how many of these faithful will allow their party faithfulness to trump their biblical beliefs when this November's election rolls around?" (americanthinker.com)
Guess what they do in the ballot box means stuff. Of course they might have to vote for a Morman. Can a Christian vote for a Morman? I'm going to. Am I bad?

I see you still think an Arminian can't be a Christian. I would be just as wrong if I said a TULIP'er can't be a Christian. I'm quite sure some are.

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News Item8/31/12 3:25 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
there was a way to protect from shariah law and that was cohn law.

we traded it in for safety. so here's your safety one and all.

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News Item8/31/12 3:20 PM
altuism  Find all comments by altuism
Mike wrote:
There are Christians and unbelievers in both parties.

"BOTH" parties???
Does God allow that???
Would Satan allow a Christian voice to be heard in the Democrat party?
Do you mean Christians or Arminians, Mike?

"However noble this peaceful assembly of believers was, many in the crowd were die-hard Democrats. This is, after all, New York City, the very heart of liberal and progressive thought. And how many of these faithful will allow their party faithfulness to trump their biblical beliefs when this November's election rolls around?" (americanthinker.com)

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News Item8/31/12 3:00 PM
Frank | Clearwater, FL  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Mike wrote:
Jim will be along soon to explain how he can oppose abortion, support Obamacare which will fund it, state he will not vote for anyone who opposes Obamacare, and and still think himself a consistent Christian.
PS parties are composed of people who individually promote, or oppose, evil. There are Christians and unbelievers in both parties.
Well, I will sort of disagree. There are people in both parties who will "claim" they are Christians. However, in order to believe there are saved Democrats,you would have to explain how they would want to have a party in power that actively fights for and defends abortion and homosexuality. To say someone is a Democrat and a Christian is an oxymoron. It would be like saying "I don't believe in murder, but I want you to elect those that do". Makes no sense. But your point is well taken; neither party has a monopoly on evil and in that we totally agree. And I think that was all you were trying to say.

Jim will not defend himself.

Thanks for your response!

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News Item8/31/12 1:38 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Frank wrote:
Now, I can't speak for Jim, but it would seem extremely clear that no one can vote for a Democratic president and claim the name of Christ.
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Now we can debate the concept of the lesser of two evils, but at least let's call both parties evil.
Jim will be along soon to explain how he can oppose abortion, support Obamacare which will fund it, state he will not vote for anyone who opposes Obamacare, and and still think himself a consistent Christian.

PS parties are composed of people who individually promote, or oppose, evil. There are Christians and unbelievers in both parties.

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