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Guest Post: Peter Olson of Trinity Lutheran Church in Bogota, New Jersey Writes an Open Letter to Franklin Graham

A Lutheran pastor in New Jersey writes an open letter to Franklin Graham that takes off on Twitter. In this blunt letter Peter Olson pushes back on Franklin Graham’s teachings, his belief that Christians in the United States are being persecuted and criticizes his support for Donald Trump.   358 more words

D.C. Theological Scene

Far Cry 5 Cover

So that is the poster for Far Cry 5. The connotation of the image is obvious. However, here are a few humorous and telling points concerning this whole matter… 170 more words

Culture Wars

Give Me Appropriation with a side of Beans and Rice

The absolute truth is that none of us can get through a day without a little cultural appropriation. Humans are creatures of infinite adaptation and co-optation.   586 more words

Israeli Army showcases the best looking troops on the planet with sizzling Instagram page

Military service is mandatory in Israel, so that makes it easier to understand how the Israeli Army could have battalion after battalion of women who look like swimsuit covergirls. 229 more words

Instagram Smokeshows

Information Warfare, both foreign and domestic

The other day, I mentioned that the timing of the Seth Rich conspiratorial story, that alleged Rich leaked the DNC  emails to Wikileaks, smelled like more Russian influence efforts to get the Right latching onto this and cast doubt on the Trump/Russian collusion stories.   1,249 more words

General Interest

Except for Her House, that Is...

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Katy Perry, who has time and again made no secret of her double-digit IQ, gave another display of her distance from reality after the massacre committed by an Islamic terrorist in Manchester, England at an Ariana Grande concert on Monday night.

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The Coming Low-Level Persecution

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American Christianity is heading toward a tipping point, where real violence against Christians could very likely erupt. Yet the church remains sleepy, almost unaware.

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