The Johnson Amendment: I Agree With Donald Trump

by Bruce Gerencser cross posted from his blog The Life and Times of BruceEditor's note: While the Johnson Amendment does not directly affect the entire Quiverfull movement it is something that many Quiverfull churches routinely violate. In our old church the pastor preached politics directly from the pulpit and any time a vote came up you could count on there being Intercessors for America voting guides sitting on every chair in the sanctuary in direct violation of the Johnson Amendment and the US tax code. Many so-called Christian ministries like IfA and the Family Research Counsel are nothing more than political action groups disguised as ministries who routinely break tax law without … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Cult-like Preachers and Bonafide Church?

by Steven Anderson of Faithful Word Baptist Church - 501c3 = Lame Excuse Not to Go to ChurchEditor's note: Either Pastor Anderson is getting some pretty enormous push back from within his own church over a multitude of issues, or he's decided the best way to recruit for his hate group is by blogging because he's blogging sometimes two and three times a day now. This is a muddled mess of word salad that has to do with tax status of a church. Check out the hysterical clip of 'King of the Hill's Bobby Hill eating potato chips Anderson is using to illustrate this bit. Or if you're really desperate for a laugh read Anderson's posting explaining social media for dummies - The Green Grass of … [Read more...]

Apostate: Jean-Jacques Rousseau – Chapter 6

by Lana Hope cross posted from her blog Wide Open Ground In today’s review, I will discuss chapter 6 of Kevin Swanson’s book Apostate. In this chapter, Kevin Swanson intensely unravels his special dislike for Rousseau, more so than any of the other “apostates” discussed in the previous chapters.  In part, I understand. Rousseau was not a man of integrity and honor. As Swanson discusses, Rousseau abandoned his children at an orphanage, in order to devote himself to his work, and he cheated on his lifelong partner. Certainly I share concerns that Rousseau never raised his children, and even greater concerns for the part of Rousseau’s life that Swanson does not narrate (for example: Rousseau t … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Blaming Disasters on “God’s Wrath”?

From The Examiner - GOP Candidate claims autism and dementia are God's punishmentSuzanne Atanus, Republican candidate for U.S. House of Representatives in Illinois, claims autism and dementia are God’s punishment for abortion and LGBT rights. Atanus claims that God is “angry” with the United States and has sent scourges like autism and dementia to punish the American people, according to a report published Jan. 22 by the Chicago Daily Herald. … [Read more...]


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