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Church Endorsed Perversion On the Rise

Pastor John MacArthur of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, recently gave an interview to The Blaze in which he said that church denominations that have adopted more liberal attitudes to gay marriage and other issues “have no allegiance to the Bible,” describing them as “false churches,” “the apostate church,” and “Satan’s church.” He also described three types of Christianity – true, cultural and institutional. MacArthur said in his interview that cultural Christianity is in decline but I completely disagree with that. Cultural Christianity is growing by leaps and bounds and I believe the liberalization of church doctrine is a huge indication of this. Cultural Christians are those who, when asked, will say they are “Christian” for no other reason than they are American and don’t consider themselves atheist or Jewish. They identify themselves as Christians, perhaps because they do believe in God, but they are not biblically followers of Christ. A type of Christian not mentioned by MacArthur […] → Keep reading

The Moral Dominoes Are Falling

With gay marriage on the cusp of being legal it’s no surprise at all that other immoralities that have always been illegal are beginning to get second looks. If one is made legal the justification for keeping the others illegal seems to be a losing battle. Morality has always been legislated to a degree but the direction our country is headed seems to be undoing it all.

Case in point. David Epstein is a 46 year old political science professor at Columbia University and is currently facing incest charges based on allegedly maintaining an incestuous relationship with his 24 year old daughter from 2006 to 2009.

Epstein’s attorney, Matthew Galluzzo, said, “It’s ok for homosexuals to do whatever they want in their own home. How is this different? What goes on between consenting adults in private should not be legislated. That is not the proper domain of our law. If we assume for a moment that both parties are consenting, […] → Keep reading