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SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2013  |  46 comments
‘Blasphemy’: Prominent Faith Leader Calls Obama Out Over His ‘God Bless You’ During Planned Parenthood Speech

In a May 15 article for First Things, Weigel outlined his views on Obama’s overall speech, noting that the president declined to use the word “abortion.” The writer considered that this might have been due to the event’s timing (i.e. during the Gosnell trial). But timing aside, the author and activist said that the omission was anything but surprising, especially considering that the speech, in his view, “may have set a new standard for deliberate misrepresentation of reality.”

As for the blessing that Obama offered to Planned Parenthood, Weigel called this act “nothing short of blasphemy.” Here’s more of the activist’s perspective, directly from his First Things article:

It was an appalling speech that had the sole benefit of clarifying the last-ditch commitment of the present administration to the most open-ended abortion license possible. And it drew a line in the sand that those ...


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News Item5/21/13 8:21 AM
Mr b  Find all comments by Mr b
They might be dead wrong in how they believe but they spoke truth when they said Alfred's speech was blasphemy. And blasphemy it was.
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News Item5/19/13 12:54 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Frank wrote:
Hey Pilgrim! Thanks for your kind and thoughtful response. In the U.S. when someone takes college courses, the beginning ones (basic) use to be designated 101.
Yes, the Christian walk can be confusing at times. The Lord uses circumstances to grow and mature our faith and those circumstances are designed for specific individual weaknesses. So, something that makes your faith grow might be different than what makes my faith grow. But, you are so correct, all things “He does” will glorify our Lord and Savior and all things will work for our individual good. It sounds like you and I have both experienced spiritual hardship and that is a good thing. A slave of our Lord who doesn’t suffer in some way, isn’t really a slave at all! Just look at all the saints throughout history! When my suffering is the same as yours, then I can be a special comfort to you, etc.
Amen to all that, Frank. And the text also!

I gotta dash, I'm off to learn more about Jacob the Supplanter, God's chosen vessel! Ha! What an encouragement!

Back later bro!

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News Item5/19/13 12:43 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
John UK wrote:
Hey Pilgrim! Thanks for your kind and thoughtful response. In the U.S. when someone takes college courses, the beginning ones (basic) use to be designated 101.

Yes, the Christian walk can be confusing at times. The Lord uses circumstances to grow and mature our faith and those circumstances are designed for specific individual weaknesses. So, something that makes your faith grow might be different than what makes my faith grow. But, you are so correct, all things “He does” will glorify our Lord and Savior and all things will work for our individual good. It sounds like you and I have both experienced spiritual hardship and that is a good thing. A slave of our Lord who doesn’t suffer in some way, isn’t really a slave at all! Just look at all the saints throughout history! When my suffering is the same as yours, then I can be a special comfort to you, etc.

[7] Blessed [is] the man that trusteth in the LORD, and whose hope the LORD is. [8] For he shall be as a tree planted by the waters, and [that] spreadeth out her roots by the river, and shall not see when heat cometh, but her leaf shall be green; and shall not be careful in the year of drought, neither shall cease from yielding fruit. (Jer 17:7-8 KJV)

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News Item5/19/13 7:47 AM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
Christopher000 wrote:
SteveR Wrote:
"Since there is no way Im going to be assistant to the Boys Choir traveling secretary, it was either trollSermonAudio, or plant bacon kishkas in Yeshiva lunchrooms." Ha-ha.
Unprophetable Servant is a guy...unless his wife is his "life partner" Oops...don't think so. Maybe you were thinking of JPW at the time?
During the infamous slavery thread, I said 'standwithgod' was the only woman on the thread. UP replied 'just to keep the record straight she is not the only woman in this thread.' I took that as UP was a she, not the official plumbing inspector for the board
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News Item5/19/13 7:09 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
SteveR Wrote:
"Since there is no way Im going to be assistant to the Boys Choir traveling secretary, it was either trollSermonAudio, or plant bacon kishkas in Yeshiva lunchrooms." Ha-ha.

Unprophetable Servant is a guy...unless his wife is his "life partner" Oops...don't think so. Maybe you were thinking of JPW at the time?

John Yurich...you say many, many things while not knowing really anything apparent about the Roman church/system. I wish you would set out to prove everyone wrong by taking on a study of the various councils and catecism as they compare to the word of God. Also, the rituals, and quotes of the various Popes and Saints, etc.
By the way, I don't like anyone calling you stupid, etc...those descriptions don't speak for everyone. Funny thing is that I actually learn some words from you. Some words I read, I'm like," huh?" And I have to look them up...ha-ha.

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News Item5/19/13 3:28 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Frank wrote:
Hey Pilgrim! Hope all is well with you. Of course you are quite right about SteveR, but this time I did engage him. See what an impact you had on my thought processes.
Good morning Pilgrim!

It is good that you do so, as you are far more qualified than this old Pilgrim. Say, I'd like to know what the 101 is all about, as I couldn't figure it.

It is also good that the Lord was able to assure you in the midst of your puzzling circumstances. I have had many such in my life, but they can only be puzzling because he is so much higher and his wisdom exceeds our's. One time, my situation was most traumatic, but amazingly through it he brought me to an understanding that "God is Good". It may sound unusual, but that thought has remained with me ever since, and it allows me to rest in him whatever the circumstances. When God is sovereign, and God is good, there is a recipe for peace in the heart. He knows what he does. Not that I have perfect peace, or can sail through life as if on a cloud, but things like that do help, and puts things in perspective.

As for analysing any church, there is one thing most important, the answer to the question, "How can a man be right with God?"

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News Item5/19/13 1:52 AM
PS | USA  Find all comments by PS
Third
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News Item5/19/13 1:50 AM
PS | USA  Find all comments by PS
Its just like saying God Bless the Thrid. Reich. As the trains went by full of Jews the Christians of Germany sat in their comfortable pews and sang songs to God. In America every day people are driving right by these clinics where torture and murder is taking place!
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News Item5/18/13 7:23 PM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
John UK wrote:
Maybe he's been to the Jesuit Subterfuge College to learn how to present himself as a believer, while introducing little doses of spiritual arsenic, to kill off the remnant slowly, until Jesuit Papa can take over the WCC and the ecumenism movement will be completed.
Yea, I cant fool a smart guy like you. You make it sound like a bad thing, but I just needed the extra credit

Im desperate. I flunked Mariology last year(How was I to know what the immaculate conception meant?), & it was full 3rd hour this semester. Since there is no way Im going to be assistant to the Boys Choir traveling secretary, it was either troll SermonAudio, or plant bacon kishkas in Yeshiva lunchrooms.

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News Item5/18/13 6:49 PM
Lameness spotter  Find all comments by Lameness spotter
John Yurich USA wrote:
The Catholic Church worships Jesus as God ergo the Catholic Church is not a Cult.
The Judaizers also worshipped Jesus as God but they were thrown out of the early church as heretics.

Sabellians also claimed to worship Jesus as God. They were also thrown out as heretics.

The list is endless of movements that claimed to worship Jesus as God, but they were all thrown out as heretics!!

Roman Carholics are no different. They are heretics. You are a stupid heretic too!

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News Item5/18/13 6:41 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
John UK wrote:
Quite right brother!
SteveR is up to his slippery, slithery self again, I see. Condemning the saints like the accuser of the brethren, and supportive of the great whore church with its Jesuit papa.
Hey Pilgrim! Hope all is well with you. Of course you are quite right about SteveR, but this time I did engage him. See what an impact you had on my thought processes.
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News Item5/18/13 6:36 PM
You're a dupe  Find all comments by You're a dupe
John Yurich USA wrote:
You are totally lackikng perspicacity. The Catholic Church has not engaged in world domination since the Protestant Reformation. I have not heard any Pope that I have lived through mentioned anything about the Catholic Church wanting world domination.
You know nothing. Oh and BTW you're also very boring!
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News Item5/18/13 6:20 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Lameness spotter wrote:
There a dumbing down everywhere in doctrine and certainly Catholic apologists have not been slow to notice this. In the last 10 odd years they have mounted a subtantial attack on Protestantism, it has to be said with no small degree of success.
It does not surprise me that the likes of SteveR is on this board as an RCC apologist. Let's pray that the Lord will deal with his miserable soul and break in on his darkness, and that in the meantime he is not able to do any harm to someone seeking after the truth.
Ah yes indeed. Seeing as the saints shall judge the world, it will be interesting - if he finds not repentance - to be gazing down upon him in his rags, and making declaration. Poor dab - picking the wrong side!
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News Item5/18/13 6:03 PM
Lameness spotter  Find all comments by Lameness spotter
John UK wrote:
Maybe he's been to the Jesuit Subterfuge College to learn how to present himself as a believer, while introducing little doses of spiritual arsenic, to kill off the remnant slowly, until Jesuit Papa can take over the WCC and the ecumenism movement will be completed.
There a dumbing down everywhere in doctrine and certainly Catholic apologists have not been slow to notice this. In the last 10 odd years they have mounted a subtantial attack on Protestantism, it has to be said with no small degree of success.

It does not surprise me that the likes of SteveR is on this board as an RCC apologist. Let's pray that the Lord will deal with his miserable soul and break in on his darkness, and that in the meantime he is not able to do any harm to someone seeking after the truth.

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News Item5/18/13 5:56 PM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
Lameness spotter wrote:
SteveR's view is that water mixed with a fatal dose of poison is still water and therefore ok to drink!!
(ahem}

More like a sprinkling of blood can save a man that swallowed an ocean of sin

(by grace ye are saved not a secret handshake)

1 Peter 1:2 Elect according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, through sanctification of the Spirit, unto obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ: Grace unto you, and peace, be multiplied.

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News Item5/18/13 5:54 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Lameness spotter wrote:
SteveR's view is that water mixed with a fatal dose of poison is still water and therefore ok to drink!!
This undiscerning fellow wants to see how far syncretism can be taken before Christianity is no longer recognisable as such. And by his standards even 1% Christian content is enough to still make it Christian. No wonder he loves the Whore church so much and sees it teeming with the elect.
How can someone with so little discernment even claim to be born again?! And why do some on here even speak to this ignorant like he is a Christian?
Maybe he's been to the Jesuit Subterfuge College to learn how to present himself as a believer, while introducing little doses of spiritual arsenic, to kill off the remnant slowly, until Jesuit Papa can take over the WCC and the ecumenism movement will be completed.
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News Item5/18/13 5:47 PM
Lameness spotter  Find all comments by Lameness spotter
Don't follow lameness wrote:
Wow! Amazing in that Judas advised accordingly about Jesus' expensive pre-burial ointment treatment. "This Vatican could have been sold for a high price and the money given to the poor." Matthew 26:9
SteveR's view is that water mixed with a fatal dose of poison is still water and therefore ok to drink!!

This undiscerning fellow wants to see how far syncretism can be taken before Christianity is no longer recognisable as such. And by his standards even 1% Christian content is enough to still make it Christian. No wonder he loves the Whore church so much and sees it teeming with the elect.

How can someone with so little discernment even claim to be born again?! And why do some on here even speak to this ignorant like he is a Christian?

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News Item5/18/13 5:42 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Don't follow lameness wrote:
Wow! Amazing in that Judas advised accordingly about Jesus' expensive pre-burial ointment treatment. "This Vatican could have been sold for a high price and the money given to the poor." Matthew 26:9
You didn't get my point. The revenue should be paid BACK to the poor, from whom it was stolen by subterfuge and false promises.

John Yurich USA wrote:
That is totally false that the Catholic Church wants world domination. The Catholic Church gave up that idea after the Protestant Reformation.
Are you saying John that the popes are no longer infallible and that their bulls were just that? Well doesn't that just take the biscuit.
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News Item5/18/13 5:34 PM
Don't follow lameness  Find all comments by Don't follow lameness
John UK wrote:
They should sell off St Peters and give the proceeds to the poor. And then they should give up the Vatican City and any hope of world domination with Jesuit papa at the wheel.
Wow! Amazing in that Judas advised accordingly about Jesus' expensive pre-burial ointment treatment. "This Vatican could have been sold for a high price and the money given to the poor." Matthew 26:9
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News Item5/18/13 5:25 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
You're a dupe wrote:
So why the counter-reformation?
You are totally lackikng perspicacity. The Catholic Church has not engaged in world domination since the Protestant Reformation. I have not heard any Pope that I have lived through mentioned anything about the Catholic Church wanting world domination.
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