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No surprise: Rick Warren ordains women

Gunner has the scoop. (Hat tip: weka.)

Gunner notes that Rick Warren’s Saddleback church is nominally Southern Baptist; will any prominent Southern Baptist pastors come forward to denounce this loudly and publicly? I pray so. We shall see…

It starts with female ordination, and will end with BeeEllEm and Alphabet People lifestyle endorsement…

Previously.

Also.

 

Catholic Church in Germany and Austria now

German Catholics defy Vatican with blessing ceremonies for same-sex couples

The Youth Church in Würzburg, Germany, May 10, 2021. / Gehrig/CNA Deutsch.

Priests and pastoral workers in Germany defied the Vatican Monday by conducting blessing ceremonies attended by same-sex couples.

Organizers held a day of protest on May 10 in response to the Vatican’s recent declaration that the Church does not have the power to bless same-sex unions.

The ceremonies, known as “Segnungsgottesdienste für Liebende,” or “blessing services for lovers,” were promoted using the hashtag “#liebegewinnt” (“love wins”). Organizers said that the services were open to all couples, including — and in particular — those of the same sex.

CNA Deutsch, CNA’s German-language news partner, reported that ceremonies took place in around 80 cities in Germany as well in Zürich, Switzerland’s largest city.

[…]

In the Augustinian Church in Würzburg too all couples — expressly including same-sex couples — were invited to “come and get” the individual blessing in a backroom, after the service.

[…]

The order of service varied from place to place. A participant who attended the blessing ceremony in Cologne told CNA Deutsch that the ceremony was like a “political event.” The event was led by a female pastoral counselor in liturgical robes, who explained that she had already quit her church service.

After some political statements, the Gospel was read aloud, followed by a speech. Finally, the song “Imagine” by John Lennon was played.

In Austria:

 

Churchians, be they leftanjellyfish or mainlines, despise Christians who gather during this WuFlu рlаndеmіс lосkdоwnѕ era

 

Yeah, shoulda fixed its teeth, not its…

Churchians…
 

What specific policies did Never Trump activists and Evangelicals for Biden want?

What specific policies did Never Trump activists and Evangelicals for Biden want?

Spot on.

Especially good thoughts on why such men give into their wives, both in the post and the comments.

All too often, evangelical men are evanjellyfish, totally henpecked.

And their beliefs and subsequent teachings end up warped, accordingly.

We call them Churchians, rather than Christians.

Because it seems fairly clear they are not, when they end up supporting a party and candidate which oppose Christian morality and principles, when they do so for worldly, progressive, secularist reasons.

WINTERY KNIGHT

I’m trying to decide from Biden’s actual governing what policies  Biden-support groups – Never Trump writers, pious Democrat pastors, and Evangelicals for Biden, etc. – wanted. I remember these people were anxious during the election to tell everyone how concerned they were about Trump’s past sins, and his manner of speaking.

Here’s an article from The Federalist about their boy Biden:

Last week, legal accountability group Judicial Watch dropped a bombshell: a nearly 600-page report proving the U.S. government has been buying and trafficking “fresh” aborted baby body parts. These body parts, purchased by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to “humanize” mice and test biologic drugs in scientific experiments, came from babies up to 24-weeks-old gestation, just weeks from being born.

I’m pretty sure I remember one of those Never Trump people talking about how much they wanted the government to purchase sliced off parts of 24-week-old unborn babies…

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Black pastors in Georgia calling for boycott of Home Depot because silent on new voter ID law

I saw this story linked somewhere yesterday, but found it again elsewhere today; from the NYT:

A major coalition of Black faith leaders in Georgia, representing more than 1,000 churches in the state, will call on Tuesday for a boycott of Home Depot, arguing that the company has abdicated its responsibility as a good corporate citizen by not pushing back on the state’s new voting law.The call for a boycott, led by Bishop Reginald T. Jackson, who oversees all 534 African Methodist Episcopal churches in Georgia, represents one of the first major steps to put significant economic pressure on businesses to be more vocal in opposing Republican efforts in Georgia and around the country to enact new restrictions on voting.“We don’t believe this is simply a political matter,” Bishop Jackson said in an interview. “This is a matter that deals with securing the future of this democracy, and the greatest right in this democracy is the right to vote.”Home Depot, Mr. Jackson said, “demonstrated an indifference, a lack of response to the call, not only from clergy, but a call from other groups to speak out in opposition to this legislation.”

So now boycotts of companies are being urged by progs not only against companies that do things they don’t like, but now against companies that fail to do things they think they ought to, namely, taking a prog political stand instead of neutrality.

I call for a boycott of all churches that do not put preaching the gospel as their highest priority, and especially ones that engage in proggy social activism of this kind. That’s not Christianity. It’s churchianity.

 

Oh look, yet another churchian femingelical shaming Christian men for wanting to get married for sex

Stay away from this woman and any other who nods their heads in agreement with her.

 

Target Target over this!

Also, target Mercer, and the Baptist churches which support them.
 

Dog walking on hind legs

 

Substitutionary Atonement in the New Jesuit Faith?