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Could Dr. King Have Given the Inaugural Benediction?

renny4 Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 2:44 PM
The left used religion to pass civil rights by appealing to people's moral convictions and their belief in justice and mercy. After the Civil Rights Act, the left moved on to what it loves best: sex and death--homosexuality and abortions, and then it did not need or want (Christian) religion anymore.
Cambermeister Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 3:04 PM
Renny4, IsraelFirsterSecond is correct. The GOP pushed through the Civil Rights act. Democrats refuse to admit it...but that doesn't change the truth.
Your other observation is spot on. Unable to defeat the Christians, Commies concocted 'social justice' to enlist useful Christian idiots. Now they'll turn on those idiots.
James92 Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 4:34 PM
Sadly, even some of the so called major denominations ( United Methodists come to mind ) are actually pushing "social justice" from the pulpit. There really are so called religous folks who truly usefull idiots. Sad isn't it? Where do they get there "information" about all the things that are happening in this country?
IsraelFirsterSecond Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 2:47 PM
Well, first off the right is the side that stood for civil rights.
Daniel111 Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 3:01 PM
Absolutely right! Without the right, the true bigots, the Democrats, would have destroyed LBJ's attempt at the Civil Rights Act. Also interesting is that LBJ only wanted the Act to insure future generations of black voters voting for Democrats. In the late 50's, LBJ was instrumental in shooting down attempts by Republicans to pass a Civil Rights Act! The liars have become believed by a dumbed down populace.

The Rev. Louie Giglio, designated to give the benediction at this year’s presidential inauguration, has withdrawn, under apparent pressure, after the surfacing of remarks he made, some 25 years ago, about the sinfulness of homosexuality.

Note that the pastor of the evangelical Passion City Church in Atlanta has been pushed off the stage not because of a deed, but because of words he said -- words expressing a widely held Christian belief that homosexuality is a sin.

Let’s recall that freedom of religion appears in the First Amendment of our constitution, alongside the protection of freedom of speech.

So what kind...