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July 02 2018 By dvirtue NIGERIA: An interview with Ben Kwashi, Anglican Archbishop of Jos

AB Kwashi seemed calm and joyful when he greeted us today. One would never know that just the night before last, his own compound was attacked, all his cows stolen by Fulani raiders, and his neighbor murdered while trying to protect his friend (the Archbishop). The terrorists seemed to be sending the Archbishop a warning. When we came to his door, Kwashi was saying goodbye to the leader of another Nigerian network of churches. They joked about their days in seminary together.

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June 30 2018 By dvirtue CANADA: Edmonton Bishop Jane Alexander denies tapping into the Zeitgeist while doing it

Bishop Jane Alexander's opening gambit, declaring LGBT people are "not an abomination" is a loaded statement along the lines of "when did you stop beating your wife?" It presupposes that there are conservatives in the church who think they are an abomination: no conservative I know thinks that.

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June 30 2018 By dvirtue Evangelical Conference To Discuss Bringing 'Queer Treasure, Honor, And Glory' Into Heaven

These believers are discussing homosexual desires and whether it's okay to call oneself gay or queer as long as you regard gay sex as sinful. Approving same-sex relationships is off the table--at least for now. But plenty of congregation members worry the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) could eventually go the way of mainline denominations and approve gay sex and other behaviors along the LGBT spectrum.

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June 25 2018 By virtueonline Muhammad mapped a migration master plan centuries before Merkel

'Is it ok for Muslim parents to stop their kids having non-Muslim pals?' asks Mary Wakefield in this week's Spectator. Her analysis is as naïve as that of a voyeur peeping through the keyhole of a glass door.

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My Google alert recently warned me I was in the news. This time is was the Toronto Star. An Op-Ed journalist had come across some of my writing and excoriated me for worrying about Cultural Marxism. There is no such thing he scornfully insisted.

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June 20 2018 By virtueonline St. Paul, Romans 13 & USA Border Policies

"I would cite you to the Apostle Paul and his clear and wise command in Romans 13, to obey the laws of the government because God has ordained them for the purpose of order," Sessions said. "Orderly and lawful processes are good in themselves and protect the weak and lawful."

This angered many "church" friends and others. They recall slave masters and Nazis who also cited St. Paul's "controversial" admonition to obey civil laws when demanding submissive allegiance.

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June 16 2018 By virtueonline The Sexual Politicisation of Everything

As both statists and corporatists completely fall for the agendas of the radical minority groups, they effectively conspire against the masses to ram all their destructive social engineering down everyone's throats. We see this perfectly manifest with all things homosexual.

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June 05 2018 By dvirtue GOOD NEWS: Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Masterpiece Cakeshop

"The Colorado Civil Rights Commission's consideration of this case was inconsistent with the State's obligation of religious neutrality. The reason and motive for the baker's refusal were based on his sincere religious beliefs and convictions," wrote Justice Anthony Kennedy in his majority opinion, as Deseret News reported.

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June 04 2018 By dvirtue The Queering of America

''I want to give you a little more evidence for my notion that this country has shifted in the 1990s and has transformed," lesbian activist Elizabeth Birch told her university audience earlier this year. "Where is the least likely place anybody would look for leadership on a social issue?" she asked. "Corporate America, right?" But therein lies a tremendous irony. Ms. Birch explains: "By 1991, almost no companies in this country, almost none, had even nondiscrimination policies.

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June 03 2018 By dvirtue The sin of silence

The man's behavior caught the attention of a fellow congregant, who informed Sandy Burdick, a licensed counselor who led the church's sexual-abuse support group. Burdick says she warned Denhollander's parents that the man was showing classic signs of grooming behavior. They were worried, but they also feared misreading the situation and falsely accusing an innocent student, according to Camille Moxon, Denhollander's mom.

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