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Critics of our commentary against the BC RCMP “It Gets Better” video can’t make rational arguments

Published on November 30, 2012 By SiteEditor

From ChristianGovernance eletter, November 28, 2012

We understated Dan Savage’s terroristic spirit against Christians in our recent commentary on the BC RCMP “It Gets Better” video .

Click here to see a video compilation of Dan Savage’s militant contempt for God.

What a Glorious and Fearful God We Serve

Published on November 12, 2012 By SiteEditor

ChristianGovernance eletter – November 12, 2012

What a Glorious and Fearful God We Serve

Our morning sermon at church Sunday was on Hebrews 12:15b.

The relentlessness of modern homosexualism

Published on November 11, 2012 By SiteEditor
ChristianGovernance eletter – November 3, 2012
New York is experiencing another example of homosexual tyranny . The homosexual movement has embraced the ideology of modern socialist totalitarianism. Perhaps it’s more accurate to say that modern homosexualism is a totalist ideology, accepting no dissent and taking no prisoners.
Two lesbians have filed a human rights complaint because a wedding venue has refused to serve them. This is a private sector operation. The suffocating jackboot of the homosexual industry is pressed against the neck and windpipe of fundamental liberty. It’s at war with Christianity, the only source of true freedom.
The homosexualists are using human rights law against Christianity. This case illustrates the incompatibility between human rights law and God’s law. The Bible doesn’t teach human rights theory. Far too many Christians today continue to straddle the fence between these two concepts of law. By doing so, they are failing to realize the nature of the conflict. Thus, they are contributing to confusion among Christians as to the nature and seriousness of the current battle. This helps to seal Christianity’s fate until reformation through repentance and Biblical worldview become the focus of the Christians who remain.

The Canadian Press article reports: “If state officials determine there is a case of discrimination, they can order Liberty Ridge to take appropriate action and can set monetary damages.”

Kicking Christ out of Windsor University

Published on October 9, 2012 By SiteEditor

ChristianGovernance eletter – October 9, 2012

Buddhists not quite as meek and mild as the stereotype implies…

Published on August 23, 2012 By SiteEditor

From: The Persecution & Prayer Alert, August 23, 2012

Pastor and his wife assaulted by mob in Sri Lanka
(Source: World Evangelical Alliance)

A pastor and his wife were attacked in Deniyaya, Sri Lanka, while returning home after visiting a church member. A large mob of around 40 men, accompanied by five Buddhist monks and the assistant secretary of the local government authority, approached the pastor and his wife shouting, “attack them,” “kill them.” The pastor was then assaulted and accused of spreading Christianity in the area.

Is Constantine understood by modern Christians?

Published on July 4, 2012 By SiteEditor

“During his reign, when his co-emperor Licinius persecuted the church, Constantine waged war with him to liberate the Christians.”

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The Bible is a very dangerous book

Published on June 23, 2012 By SiteEditor

ChristianGovernance eletter – June 15, 2012
The Bible is a very dangerous book

Why is the Hamilton government school board banning Bible distribution?

Because they say the Bible is a dangerous book.

This is an amazing testimony. Even many – most? – Christians today don’t see the Bible as a dangerous book.

More fraud and dishonesty from homosexualists who blame churches for attacks

Published on November 25, 2010 By SiteEditor

Yet another example of militant anti-Christian hate-mongers just looking for an opportunity to bash Christians, “objectifying” them with a torrent of bigotry. The article here notes that the police are still investigating the attack in question where the victim was homosexual. But homosexualists, more interested in marginalizing their enemies than in facts, want to jump in already, and with the most malicious and unsubstantiated fraudulent bigotry. It’s so typical. The same kind of hate-mongering was on display a few days ago in an article by a secularist leader in P.E.I. in relation to the recent arson attack on a home where two homosexuals were living. Homosexualists continue to minimize the seriousness of assault and physical harm by lumping a whole range of objections under the label of hate. Then they spend much more time condemning verbal criticism than real assaults, and they fraudulently try to link criticisms by Christian leaders in churches with vigilante behaviour by people who never set foot in churches. The fraud is so transparent, but homosexualists aren’t called on it, certainly not by mainstream media like the New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal, which writes puff pieces like that below which demand no evidence for the fraudulent claims and which offer no counterpoint from critics of these bigoted activists.

Another dishonest secularist blames Christianity for homosexual assault

Published on November 20, 2010 By SiteEditor

And he’s such a self-righteous and arrogant individual that he does this prior to anyone being arrested for the crime in order to determine whether it had anything to do with the owners being homosexual. Some people are looking for every opportunity to bash Christians. One of his most dishonest – and fraudulent -  statements is: “A religion or ideology simply cannot preach against a group of people for centuries but claim to be innocent when such preaching leads to violence against that group.” (I add more comment below the excerpt below.)

Iranian Pastor Accused of ‘Thought Crimes’ to Die by Hanging

Published on November 19, 2010 By SiteEditor

ASSIST News Service – November 13, 2010
Iranian Pastor Accused of ‘Thought Crimes’ to Die by Hanging
By Michael Ireland

TEHRAN, IRAN – An Iranian court has passed down a death sentence on a Christian pastor, who was found guilty of so-called “thought crimes.” According to www.presenttruthmn.com, the official verdict has now been delivered in writing to Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani, stating that he is to be hung for the crime of apostasy. Spokesman Jason DeMars of Present Truth Ministries, says: “There are 20 days to appeal the verdict, and Youcef’s attorney is now beginning the process of the appeal.”