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Could Dr. King Have Given the Inaugural Benediction?

Snooper6 Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 12:08 PM
Recent revelations detail Jackie Kennedy's listening on the phone as FBI director Hoover was briefing JFK on wiretaps of King acquiring prostitutes for the main men coming to a big MLK confab -- a walk or something. Maybe the "I Have A Dream" thingy. Reported in the very far Left Washington Post. Another artticle profiled the 8 major black Clergy of the Civil Rights era. One thing they had in common was that each one impregnated his wife before marraige, including MLK. No biggee you say? What about wearing that white collar? Not proven You are not to bring this up. It's obscene squared. So, shhhhh. Keep this under your hat. What about that book, "The King God Could Not Save"? By a black preacher, I think. All lies by hateful racists
Colonialgirl Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 2:16 PM
Liberal brain dead troll spew of nonsense as usual.
A major display of complete stupidity which is normal for liberal trolls with heads full of Bovine droppings.
David1334 Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 12:17 PM
Recent revelations also place Hoover as gay and JFK as a notorious philanderer, as well as BHO frequenting Chicago gay bathhouses.

My friend, we are all sinners - MLK, Andy Young, and the other black preachers among them. It doesn't change the fact that they were doing God's work, nor does it change the fact that BHO is undoing God's work.
muhl Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 2:04 PM
BHO is a good man, but I believe he is a bad president. If history could rewrite itself, I firmly believe that MLK would have been a far better president.

Sadly, history is written in stone and can not be changed.
LeishaC Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 2:11 PM
Good man? There is none good. No, not one.
Snooper6 Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 3:02 PM
This is the old "We are all sinners" ploy. Then homosexuality, adultery, pedophilia are all "God's Work"? There is NOTHING valid or credible that Hoover did anything homosexual. You are trusting Jan Leno Letteman who impregnated a servent of his. You are just chanting the homosexual line. People forget that Hoover did a great deal to ferit out the Klan racists. Some of those cells had more FBI type than Klansmen. Hoover didn't trust King -- a sign of wisdom, -- but lying about Hoover is just what the uber-Left & foppish feys do.
Alexander41 Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 3:13 PM
Right on! That's why we need a real Redeemer/Savior. But his Spirit has been alive in all people since the beginning of time. David 1334, I love King David, who did an unbelievably terrible thing, but he never stopped being the "beloved of God," which is what he remembered as he was able to face himself and accept his lack of perfection and asked for forgiveness. Was he perfect afterwards? Probably not. The race is long and falling and taking detours is reality.
Auspex Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 3:25 PM
If non-sinners were the only people who could do God's work, God's work would, alas, not get done. And I suspect it is a sin to elevate oneself above other sinners. For example, bashing gays or muslims as though one had a divine advantage from God to do so, I would think is the sin of "Pride". And if you find yourself prideful, look to Christ for lessons in humility. If the only way you can feel God's glory shining on your life is by smiting other sinners with the written word, look to Christ. But, if you want to exclude people who don't follow your faith and tennets from your homes and your temples, again, look to Christ -- he kicked their butts out on the street! But he left them alone again as soon as they were out of temple...

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...