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THURSDAY, MAR 7, 2013  |  13 comments
BBC uses Easter show about crucifixion to push gay agenda

The BBC will broadcast an Easter programme saying the way Britain treats gay people is like the crucifixion of Jesus.

Critics say the BBC has sunk “to a new low” by using the crucifixion to push a gay rights message.

The programme will be broadcast on Radio 4 as part of a series of lectures in the run up to Easter.


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Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Hey Frank, trust all is well. I used to refrain from the use of the phrase because I didn't believe that your soul left your body when you sneezed. However, the more I thought about it, I actually reverted back. (I know--I am such a heathen) The main reason being is that very few people know of it's origin and people we wondering why the guy who said he was a Christian would not invoke a blessing from God. Others may differ, but I started back using the phrase. We celebrate the resurrection of Christ daily as we walk in newness of life, if people are drawn to think about once a year and attend church, that is far better than other things that receive holidays that are celebrated in debauchery.
I'm doing better than I deserve Luke 17:10! Thanks for asking. I'm sure when you say "God bless you" to someone, you aren't doing it in a heathen sense. I wouldn't even ponder what a person meant when they said that. As you know my post was primarily to simply state that we are more culturally led than we might imagine. I remember when I did attend church, I would always skip the holidays because all the unsaved folks showed up and there was no parking places and few places to sit. You are correct!
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News Item3/7/13 4:04 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
This may sound a bit strange, but even in when I was a kid, throughout my darkest days, and then until now, I have always used great care to only use God's name when speaking of Biblically related topics, prayer, etc. Strange that I was the worst sort of sinner (still am, I guess, but much, much better), yet I held God's name with such high respect that I was careful never to use it in vain. I've never used the GD word, even during the most violent of rages, never said, "God, is it hot", "oh my God", etc...you get the point.
I am going somewhere...when it comes using the phrase "God bless you", I've never in my life said it because I just thought it was ridiculous, for one...meaningless, but the main reason was, of course, because it has God's name within it.
Anyway, I'm just posting this because I think it's very odd that I would spend my life being so very careful not to disrespect or offend God by using His name in vain, foolishly, etc, yet the rest of my life painted a very different story.
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News Item3/7/13 2:34 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
xCatholic, turn this into a pamphlet, Is A Catholic Christian An Oxymoron? (PDF), it is by an now famous ex-Catholic, and I'm almost certain it has been pamphletized in the past.

You fellows might want to use "gesundheit" it just means "good health."

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News Item3/7/13 2:28 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
Frank wrote:
Rufus, this has nothing to do with the article or your response to it, but it does sort of touch on your response.
Have you every researched the origin of the phrase, "God bless you" after someone sneezes? After I researched it, I sort of said to myself, I won't say that again, but then I find myself doing it sometimes anyway out of a force of habit. I think we would all be amazed at just how much we don't know about the origins of things.
Anne, your comment was very good; thanks.
Hey Frank, trust all is well. I used to refrain from the use of the phrase because I didn't believe that your soul left your body when you sneezed. However, the more I thought about it, I actually reverted back. (I know--I am such a heathen) The main reason being is that very few people know of it's origin and people we wondering why the guy who said he was a Christian would not invoke a blessing from God. Others may differ, but I started back using the phrase. We celebrate the resurrection of Christ daily as we walk in newness of life, if people are drawn to think about once a year and attend church, that is far better than other things that receive holidays that are celebrated in debauchery.
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News Item3/7/13 2:09 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
xRomanCatholic wrote:
As a former cradle catholic – I spent a lot of time after getting saved studying things I thought I knew. Early in my walk I saw a video from the Truth Project (I don’t know that I fully recommend it – but it did benefit me some) and the question was posed (paraphrasing) Are you sure what you believe is really real? I found myself applying that question to everything I believed and held as truth. It was a painful process at times – but ultimately liberating (truth sets you free right?)
I also was raised RC, but fortunately for me it was in the old days and everything was in Latin. But, I adhere to your thoughts completely. There is no doctrinal issue that I am aware of that I haven't subjected to questioning and then tried to work through what I believe and why I believe it. To say we believe something just because it is proper and orthodox doesn't fool God. Like He asked Peter; "but who do "you" say that I am"?

Good comment; thanks!

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News Item3/7/13 1:54 PM
xRomanCatholic | free from rome  Find all comments by xRomanCatholic
Frank wrote:
I think we would all be amazed at just how much we don't know about the origins of things.
As a former cradle catholic – I spent a lot of time after getting saved studying things I thought I knew. Early in my walk I saw a video from the Truth Project (I don’t know that I fully recommend it – but it did benefit me some) and the question was posed (paraphrasing) Are you sure what you believe is really real? I found myself applying that question to everything I believed and held as truth. It was a painful process at times – but ultimately liberating (truth sets you free right?)
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News Item3/7/13 1:52 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Love that remark Chris! ah, but wash your eyes out on this one, Catholic Church: Italy's dwindling congregations. This would be excellent news -- if Christian congregations were growing.

Anyway, twisted reporting is one of the BBC's better known abilities be it about Christianity or Israel, q.v., On U.S. Radio, BBC Reporter Misinforms to Defend Hamas Use of Human Shields

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News Item3/7/13 1:12 PM
Chris Perver | N. Ireland  Contact via emailFind all comments by Chris Perver
'BBC reaches bottom, then digs...'
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News Item3/7/13 12:44 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Rufus wrote:
No surprise the BBC would use a pagan "holy day" to promote paganism.
Rufus, this has nothing to do with the article or your response to it, but it does sort of touch on your response.

Have you every researched the origin of the phrase, "God bless you" after someone sneezes? After I researched it, I sort of said to myself, I won't say that again, but then I find myself doing it sometimes anyway out of a force of habit. I think we would all be amazed at just how much we don't know about the origins of things.

Anne, your comment was very good; thanks.

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News Item3/7/13 9:48 AM
Cliff Leckey | N. Ireland  Find all comments by Cliff Leckey
The bbc stinks from top to bottom
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News Item3/7/13 8:27 AM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameFind all comments by Rufus
No surprise the BBC would use a pagan "holy day" to promote paganism.
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News Item3/7/13 7:49 AM
Anne | The Wild West  Find all comments by Anne
Have you ever wondered how bad it must have been in Noah's time, for God to destroy His creation, "every thought of every man being only evil all the time" if THIS kind of idea is spoken so boldly in OUR time? I think we had all better hold on to our hats... "Do not be deceived. God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows." Gal 6:7
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News Item3/7/13 6:41 AM
PS | USA  Find all comments by PS
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