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Total Depravity: ‘Christian’ Swingers

In Christian Report on August 24, 2013 at 11:53 am

The Bible says don’t even eat with such people. Let alone commit adultery with them!

Zwinglius Redivivus

Just to show how far some ‘Christians’ have swerved aside from any kind of ethics or morals, behold:


Yup.  The Christian Post has the details about the latest damnable deviation of ungodliness parading itself as Christian.

A new dating website called CHRISTIANSwingers is sending ripples throughout the Christian community for offering “faithful couples” the opportunity to “hookup” with each other. One mental health professional warns the practice will lead to nothing but “pain.”  The oxymoronic website brazenly declares that it was “designed to cater to the needs of those like you: devout Christian couples who still want to have an active love life and share it with another, in good faith!”  Before it details its mission, however, the website attempts to make a connection with visitors by justifying the lifestyle.  “For Christian Swingers things are not easy – often other religious people judge you, out of ignorance or envy, telling…

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We The Sheeple…

In Liberal Outrage of the Day on August 24, 2013 at 11:06 am

We The Sheeple...

“Dorothy Meekins holds up the national flag with the picture of President Barack Obama as she attends the rally, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2013.” (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana) / AP

One person’s clown is another person’s god…

In Liberal Outrage of the Day on August 12, 2013 at 7:33 pm

Which of these is blashphemy may depend on your perspective.

Why Did Jesus Do All of That When He Could Have Just…

In Morning Program, Questions Asked on The Narrow Path Radio Program on August 7, 2013 at 10:49 am

Questions asked on The Narrow Path Radio Program hosted by Steve Gregg – 8/7/2013 Morning Show

  1. In Mark’s gospel, in the story of the healing of the deaf and dumb man, why did Jesus take the man away from the others and put His fingers in the man’s ears and touch the man’s tongue and do all of that when He could have simply laid hands on the man and healed him?  What are we to learn from this particular method that He used?  Do you believe that Jesus recognized that the Father wanted to heal this person in particular, or did He just heal this man at random?
  2. What is your take on a discipleship program that our church is using that asks you to consider a single line of Scripture every week and then asks you to meet with a group and discuss how you understand and how it affects you?
  3. Are we supposed to be spreading the word of God on a daily basis and is it more frowned upon if we don’t do anything? How much should I be telling people about Jesus?
  4. Were people saved only after Jesus died or even before?

Here is a link to the audio of the show.

Why? why? why? and other questions about the Bible…

In Afternoon Program, Questions Asked on The Narrow Path Radio Program on August 5, 2013 at 3:14 pm

Questions asked on The Narrow Path Radio Program hosted by Steve Gregg – 8/5/2013 Afternoon Show

1. Can you explain to me what Christ means when He says to deny yourself and take up your cross and follow Him in Luke 9:23? In Luke 9:24 which states “For whoever desires to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for My sake will save it,” is Christ also warning that this can affect our salvation?

2. What are your suggestions for finding real fellowship?

3. Caller said that the mark of the beast and many other prophecies in Revelation have to apply to the future.

4. Why is the Bible so difficult to understand, like Revelation and Ezekiel? Why did God create the Bible that way?  How do we know that other religions are not right and Christianity is? Why don’t many Jews believe in the eyewitnesses to Jesus? Is it true, as the Jews say, that Christians don’t interpret Isaiah 7:14 regarding the virgin birth correctly? How does one know if Christian claims or Jewish claims are true? Why didn’t Jesus present Himself to the Jews after the resurrection instead of just His disciples?

5. Is it correct that all the Old Testament prophecies have been fulfilled and the Kingdom of God has been established now?  Are there any prophecies left that have not yet been fulfilled?

6. Why would a loving God force Abraham to sacrifice his son?

7. Isaiah 53:4 is translated as “Surely He has borne our griefs (or sicknesses) and carried our sorrows”; what is the correct word there?

A link to the audio to be posted as it becomes available.

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