‘Thou Shalt Not,’ Joe

“Choice” means killing babies in the womb. These people say God likes it. They take His name in vain.

We are not to take the name of Almighty God in vain: that’s the Third Commandment.

But there’s old SloJo Biden calling himself “a devout Catholic” and saying it’s “sinful” to ban puberty blockers and the rest of the “gender reassignment” paraphernalia (https://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/4138562/posts).

Biden dissed the state of Florida for not allowing it. Gov. Ron DeSantis replied by releasing photos of children’s mutilated bodies. I am not going to reproduce them here.

Joe isn’t the only evil godless Democrat to call himself “a devout Catholic.” If I were Pope I’d excommunicate the lot of them. Kerry and Pelosi come to mind. And there are Protestants of the same ilk. What could be more disgusting than a bevy of bent clergy grinning over their “Clergy For Choice”  banner?

Someday–God has already marked it on His calendar–the transgender mania will cease to exist. But the judgment over those who made it possible will not go undone.

‘Flatline Churches Rally ‘Round Abortion’ (2018)

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Disgusting, isn’t it?

Do you ever wonder why God doesn’t just take a broom and sweep this planet clean? And there things said and done today–in His name, no less–that make you fear Him running out of patience?

Flatline Churches Rally ‘Round Abortion

“Reproductive justice?” I’m surprised their tongues don’t shrivel at the roots.

Someday the people who posed grinning for this picture will find themselves in another kind of picture altogether.

‘Trendy Church Leaders, Beware’ (2018)

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You do wonder, sometimes, what goes on in seminaries–at least, when you see the kind of graduates coming out of seminaries. A little tag from Revelation springs to mind: “the synogogue of Satan” (Rev. 2:9).

Trendy Church Leader, Beware

Standing in front of the camera, trumpeting their support for Planned Parenthood–have they no fear of God?

I doubt that they believe in Him.

R.J. Rushdoony: ‘Biblical “Guidance”‘

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They claim higher spiritual “guidance,” too.

R.J. Rushdoony was absolutely right on target in this essay which he published back in 1975 in The California Farmer.


Here’s the quote that jumps out at me: “To bypass God’s plain commandments in the name of some higher guidance means to commune with one’s own self to justify a course of action obviously condemned by Scripture.” How would one even begin to describe the gravity of such a sin?

He didn’t live to see churches performing “gay marriages,” but it wouldn’t have surprised him. Really–what could be more wicked, or more absurd, than claiming to have received a special dose of “divine guidance” that lets you break God’s plainly stated moral law?

He didn’t live to see “Clergy for Choice,” either.

I think if you’re claiming that God told you it’s all right to promote abortion, you’re in for a really bad time in the afterlife.

‘The Whole Damned Package’ (2014)

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Clergy my eye

In 2014 the Presbyterian Church USA went over to the dark side. They’re still wondering why people are fleeing to other churches.

The Whole Damned Package

The question I had, and still have, was, Why does all this stuff always seem to go together? Where you’ve got “gay clergy,” you’re also sure to find phony “climate change,” abortion-loving, Big Government-worshiping, full-blown apostasy. It never fails.

There wasn’t really a “trans” movement yet, as early as 2014, so the PCUSA wasn’t able to endorse it at the time. I’d have to look it up, but just offhand, I’d say chances are about 99.99% that they have by now.

Chief Cause of Death in 2018: Abortion

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Grinning like the Cheshire Cat… Grin now; you won’t feel like it later.

Here’s something for the whole world to be ashamed of. In 2018, the leading cause of death, world-wide, was… abortion! (https://www.wnd.com/2018/12/shocking-statistic-shows-planets-leading-cause-of-death/) Yup, 41.9 million babies were aborted this past year, far outstripping the second-highest cause of death, cancer: 8.2 million people died of cancer.

Even more incredibly, for every 33 live births on the planet, there were ten abortions–that’s almost a full quarter of all babies conceived. Including 60% of all black babies in America. These are World Health Organization stats.

Which country has the highest abortion rate? I can’t tell you that: the list is different in every article you read. But one thing that does come across is that wherever you legalize abortion, you get more abortions. Sort of like legalizing pot.

I don’t know who said this, but whoever it was deserves a round of applause.

Man: God, why didn’t you give us a cure for cancer?

God: I did, but you aborted him.

This has to change in 2019. We have to try to change it. The Lord our God will require of this age all the innocent blood shed under its auspices.

“Clergy for Choice”–consider well your works. You never know when it’s too late to repent. Claiming, as you do, to speak in God’s name, you ought to know your punishment will be severe. The Lord doesn’t like false prophets. You could look it up.

Is the Bible Ambiguous?

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A reader asks, “How can we conform to Scripture that we all interpret in different ways?” And, “How do you know your Christianity is the right one among all others?” And when I replied that the Bible is the right Christianity, she said I’d dodged the issue.

Well, let me try again.

First, just because people insist on imposing their own emotions and opinions on it doesn’t mean that Scripture has no meaning. St. Peter: “Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation. For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost” (2 Peter 1:20-21).

In other words, the Bible is delivered to us, by the Holy Ghost, as objective truth. No one has any business subjecting it to any private interpretation. An extreme example of that would be “Clergy for Choice,” blaspheming by their celebration of abortion as “doing God’s work.” Or those who perform same-sex parodies of marriage. Or bless adulterous unions. If any of those “interpretations” is anything but blatantly wrong, then words really have no meaning and we might as well give up trying to communicate with one another. Those “interpretations” flatly contradict the plain language of the Scriptures.

Second, I kind of lost patience with that turn of phrase, “your Christianity.” In our stupid colleges and universities we learn that there is no true truth, but only “your truth” and “my truth”–and whoever has the most power, their version of the truth prevails.

The Lord Our God did not intend for us to live that way. He is a Person who created us, who loves us, who made us in His image, yet by no means the same as Himself; who is all-wise, all-righteous: and He is our objective truth; He is the starting-point for all that we can ever know to be true. So if there is any “my Christianity,” that would be a form of self-worship. There is no yours or mine. We are here to seek God’s will, and to do it.

All right, we can’t. We do insist on bending, folding, spindling, and mutilating the absolute truth communicated to us by God. If we did not do that, we would not need a Savior: there would have been no reason for Jesus Christ, the Son of God, to come into this world in the flesh. 

Now, just because we never arrive at 100% of the absolutely true meaning of the Scriptures does not mean that we always come away with nothing. Sanctification is not a wave of a magic wand. It is a process. It takes a lifetime. It is accomplished in stages by the Holy Spirit, and the sovereign will of God.

All powers on the earth are under God and will be held accountable to Him, and be judged by Him.

Those who are satisfied with their own bizarre and heretical “interpretations” of Scripture had best enjoy it while they can.