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Sports reporter Chris Broussard does not apologize for his Christianity. Those under the spotlight are...

Sports reporter Chris Broussard does not apologize for his Christianity.Those under the spotlight are allowed to have their personal beliefs - on either side - and shouldn&;t have to compromise just because it&;s politically correct.


Psalm 40:1-4

40:1 I waited patiently for the LORD; he inclined to me and heard my cry. 
40:2 He drew me up from the desolate pit, out of the miry bog, and set my feet upon a rock, making my steps secure. 
40:3 He put a new song in my mouth, a song of praise to our God. Many will see and fear, and put their trust in the LORD. 
40:4 Happy are those who make the LORD their trust, who do not turn to the proud, to those who go astray after false gods.

Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty talks about finding Jesus

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Dr. Benjamin Carson's Speech at the National Prayer Breakfast

A little bit late, but it's a good speech and worth watching.


Christianity under fire as a crime against humanity

Another report of , very similar to .

This should bring around anyone who doubts that “human rights” has become a euphemism for 

An American pastor is facing a federal lawsuit filed by a George Soros-funded organization alleging that the pastor’s messages on homosexuality are a “crime against humanity” — a lawsuit that some Christians fear might have far-reaching consequences for church mission groups.

The Bible repeatedly  homosexuality in the strongest possible terms. Evidently, that would make the book that has served as Western Civilization’s keel for the last 2,000 years a crime against humanity.

Scott Lively, a Massachusetts pastor known for his opposition to homosexuality, was sued by Sexual Minorities Uganda (SMUG). They claim that he incited the persecution of homosexuals in Uganda.

Lively traveled to Uganda in 2009 where he delivered messages that shared his Biblical views on homosexuality.

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