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Religion

I Can't Take Any More of The Insanity of the Godless

I just read this article on WorldNet Daily. I am sickened. What's next America?
God, I am so thankful for the mercy you will provide to those who will come to you and repent. I pray for these people to have their spiritual blindness removed so they may repent someday and see your holy glory before it's too late.

http://worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=66060

Religion is a product of evolution, software suggests

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God may work in mysterious ways, but a simple computer program may explain how religion evolved

By distilling religious belief into a genetic predisposition to pass along unverifiable information, the program predicts that religion will flourish. However, religion only takes hold if non-believers help believers out – perhaps because they are impressed by their devotion.

Obama and McCain have "righteous" problems

DALLAS (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate John McCain has a "Religious Right" problem.

More on the Climate Crisis

http://www.onenewsnow.com/Persecution/Default.aspx?id=71215

That climate being the "The Climate of Persecution" going on in our public school classrooms today.

http://townhall.com/columnists/BobBurney/2008/05/21/a_battle_over_a_bibl...

McCain rejects Hagee endorsement

CNN) -- In the face of mounting controversy over headline-grabbing statements from the Rev. John Hagee, CNN has learned that presumptive Republican nominee John McCain decided Thursday to reject his endorsement.

Gay-marriage ruling splits faith leaders

Nowhere is the opinion divide on gay marriage sharper than in the nation's religious communities. And last week's same-sex marriage ruling will do little to bring agreement on the definition of marriage, a social and religious touchstone that has torn apart families, congregations and entire dioceses.

Chaplain Fired for using Jesus' name to Pray

WND Exclusive FAITH UNDER FIRE
Chaplain who prayed 'in Jesus' name' to fight
Says he wants to return to Navy and worship according to conscience
Posted: March 01, 2007
9:00 pm Eastern

© 2008 WorldNetDaily.com

Lt. Gordon James Klingenschmitt

Bare-breasted STARBUCKS logo prompts Christian group to call for boycott...

Seems that one person's smut is another person's morning latte.

A Christian group based in San Diego found grounds for outrage over the new retro-style logo for Starbucks Coffee.

Faith and Fairness

Faith and Fairness:
Finding Strength and Tools for Advocacy in Your Faith Tradition
Please join us for a spirit-filled dialogue about gay, lesbian,
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Vatican says aliens could exist; Aliens are my brother

Writing in the Vatican newspaper, the astronomer, Father Gabriel Funes, said intelligent beings created by God could exist in outer space.

Father Funes, director of the Vatican Observatory near Rome, is a respected scientist who collaborates with universities around the world.

The search for forms of extraterrestrial life, he says, does not contradict belief in God.

Denomination Wrestles With Pastor’s Statements

Just as Senator Barack Obama has spent this week trying to stem the damage to his campaign from statements by his former pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr., the small, theologically liberal Protestant denomination both men belong to, the United Church of Christ, has been grappling with the impact of the controversy upon its members.

Soldier Sues Army, Saying His Atheism Led to Threats

FORT RILEY, Kan. — When Specialist Jeremy Hall held a meeting last July for atheists and freethinkers at Camp Speicher in Iraq, he was excited, he said, to see an officer attending.

Church applies for drinks licence

A vicar is to apply for a drinks licence so he can sell wine and beer at his small village church.

The Reverend Geraint ap Iorwerth could be made licensee of St Peter ad Vincula Church in Pennal, near Machynlleth, close to the Powys-Gwynedd border.

He joked that there were plans to serve more than just spirits, though, with lager and wine on the menu too.

Opinion In Texas compound case, 4 questions need answers

"Last week's public hearings in the sensational case were longer on suspicions than hard evidence. Since then, the authorities have clamped down even on basic information that should not be sensitive — such as the ages and genders of those removed.

DNA samples to be taken from polygamous sect kids this week

SAN ANGELO, Texas (AP) — Lab workers were set to begin taking DNA samples Monday from the more than 400 children in state custody since a raid on a polygamist compound more than two weeks ago.

Horrid Movie "Expelled"Reviews - People In Movie Refused Entry

Horrid Reviews - People In Movie Refused Entry
(Sorry to repost this - but I doubted anybody'd see it in older post).
Submitted by starling02 on Sat, 2008-04-19 20:59.

Ann Arbor braces for overflow of pilgrims

ANN ARBOR - Tickets have been sold out for weeks. Hollywood star Richard Gere and Grammy-winning singer Bobby "Don't Worry Be Happy" McFerrin are in town. A group of Chinese students is planning a protest. Scores of people from northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan, both Buddhist and otherwise, are making the pilgrimage to Crisler Arena.

The buzz is all about the Dalai Lama.

Clinton, Obama focus on faith at forum

GRANTHAM, Pa. - Democratic Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton said Sunday that the potential for life begins at conception as she and presidential rival Sen. Barack Obama answered questions about faith and religion in both their personal lives and the public discourse.

The Pope's Sex Abuse Challenge

Pope Benedict XVI's trip this week to the United States will include high-profile visits to the White House, United Nations and Ground Zero. But no matter what political issues or media angles may be buzzing before take-off, the Vatican tends to stress the pastoral aspect of any papal journey.

Obama inspires racial dialogue in churches

"Sen. Barack Obama's historic
speech earlier this month in Philadelphia on race relations has
elevated the discussion about the issue to the point where it has
worked itself into the pews and pulpits of Bay Area churches.

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