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Phil Robertson Shows How Christians Should Deal With Opposition – Resist and Hit Back Harder

Ever since Phil Robertson first came under attack for his views on sin in general, and homosexuality specifically, he has shown Christians the right way to resist evil. First, you don’t apologize, you don’t go on the defensive, you don’t attempt to walk back or explain your position trying to placate them, and you hit back at them harder with the truth. Since Robertson took that route, he has received little in the way of serious attacks because his haters know he won’t lie down and let […]

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SJWs Double Down on Karen Pence, Christian School with Code of Conduct

When it was heard that Vice President Mike Pence’s wife Karen was going to teach art at a Christian school that enforces a code of conduct on students, employees and administrators, SJWs were enraged, acting as if they have any say in the kingdom of God and God’s people. While the code of conduct involved a number of guidelines, the ungodly left focused on rules primarily related to homosexuals and transgenders. Beyond the faux outrage over the rejection of homosexuals and transgenders at the school, the real […]

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Great Ideas for a Man Cave or Work Area: Triggering SJWs an Added Bonus

I’m always on the lookout for ideas that reinforce my worldview while triggering SJWs and other opponents. These message signs I found are great ways to do both. Your Christian, conservative or libertarian male friends or man in your life will appreciate them. The message on the signs include, 1) This Home Protected by The Good Lord and A Gun, 2) Manly Men Doing Manly Stuff, and 3) Wanted Good Woman: Must be able to Clean, Cook, Sew, Dig Worms and Clean Fish. Must have Boat and […]

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California Law Could Decapitalize Christian Organizations for Helping Gays, Others Change

Book on the subject to consider taking a look at: The Right to Be Christian in a Gay Rights America Acts 5:26-29 26 Then went the captain with the officers, and brought them without violence: for they feared the people, lest they should have been stoned. 27 And when they had brought them, they set them before the council: and the high priest asked them, 28 Saying, Did not we straitly command you that ye should not teach in this name? and, behold, ye have filled Jerusalem […]

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