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Monthly Archive: January 2013

Jan 17 2013

Bible distribution program in FL

The Christian Post reports that a conservative Christian group has begun a probably-illegal Bible distribution program in local high schools in the area. Volunteers from a Florida-based group have distributed Bibles to the lunchrooms of several high schools in the Sunshine State. World Changers of Florida, a conservative organization, distributed the Bibles on Wednesday, with …

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Jan 16 2013

Christians go 1 for 4 in ECHR

To follow up on the earlier story of 4 Christians who claimed human rights violations, the Richmond and Twickenham Times reports that only one succeeded. The four Christians claimed their employers’ actions went against articles nine and 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which protected their rights to “freedom of thought, conscience and …

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Jan 15 2013

The greatest common denominator

Thought for the day: Christians think Muslims and Jews and Hindus are wrong about God(s). Muslims think Christians and Jews and Hindus are wrong about God(s). Jews think Christians and Muslims and Hindus are wrong about God(s). Hindus think Christians and Jews and Muslims are wrong about God(s). And we agree with all of the …

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Jan 14 2013

“Don’t treat us like we treat gays!”

Usually I leave the World Net Daily beat to Ed, but this came up in my Google alerts, and I couldn’t resist. The European Court of Human Rights is set to deliver a key verdict early next week in a major case against the United Kingdom surrounding anti-Christian discrimination. I’m not sure exactly how the …

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Jan 13 2013

The atheist Black Knight

Over at Evangelical Realism, we’re looking at Pastor Feinstein’s “victory” dance around his defeated foe—at least according to the mental script he seems to be following. Then again, perhaps his victory is not quite so complete as he imagines. Drop by if you’re interested.

Jan 11 2013

Question of the week: Will Jesus protect me?

It’s fascinating sometimes to dip into the real conversations that people are having, just to see what kind of world they live in. Ok, there’s an element of tabloidish voyeurism here, I admit it, but I can’t help taking a peek now and then. Here’s my pick for Question of the Week, from Yahoo! Answers. …

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Jan 10 2013

“Forcing” Christians to violate their religious beliefs?

Holy Antichrist, Batman! Hold onto your utility belts, because, as CNS News breathlessly reports, the Obama administration has found a way to legally force Christians to violate their religious beliefs, despite the First Amendment. In a legal argument formally presented in federal court in the case of Hobby Lobby v. Kathleen Sebelius, the Obama administration …

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Jan 09 2013

Trust vs trust

As a follow-up to yesterday’s post, I think it’s also worth mentioning that their are two kinds of trust. Our friend murk seems to think that only believers acknowledge that their beliefs are based on trust, and that skeptics are mistakenly assuming they don’t need to trust. He seems to think that this is because …

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Jan 08 2013

It’s all about who you trust

For a while now I’ve been having a rather hit-or miss conversation with a Christian commenter who goes by “murk” and who wants me to put my trust in “the only one who can uphold these things.” Unfortunately, no such person shows up in the real world, so murk’s invitation is actually urging me, in …

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Jan 07 2013

A quick note about the contest

Just a couple quick clarifications about the billboard contest. First, I’ve updated the rules to specifically mention model releases—it’s up to the entrant to obtain any necessary licenses, permissions or releases for any material or recognizable person appearing in their billboard. Second, most of the entries I’ve received so far have not been billboards, they’ve …

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