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Or, North Carolina could just stop making their police pray…

Police chaplains there have been asked to omit Jesus from any prayers they give in public venues. The policy change comes out of a decision to embrace more faiths than just Christianity at these particular events. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department … Continue reading

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Old news: Lady Gaga is evil; South Koreans beg God to intervene

Lady Gaga had a concert set up for Seoul back in April but the Korean Association of Church Communities hoped God could do something about that. It’s vital he save the children of South Korea from “being infected with homosexuality … Continue reading

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I’m late commenting on the Saskatoon atheist angst…

Local story, though, so I should have been more on the ball. Life getting in the way a little, I think. Interesting times and all that. Anyway, there was some brouhaha earlier this month when a man by the name … Continue reading

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“Atheist teen forces school to remove prayer from wall after 49 years” Good!

Sadly, in a poll where the question is “Do you think a federal judge was right in ruling that the school prayer hanging on the wall of the Cranston High School West gym was unconstitutional?” the YES answers were woefully … Continue reading

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And does the couple thank God for the husband’s stupidity as well?

He gets credit for finding their jeep. He ought to get credit for making them stupid enough to leave it in a position to be so easily stolen: A Crawfordsville couple’s Jeep was lost but now it’s found, and they … Continue reading

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The world hasn’t ended, therefore prayer works!

I am, of course, being facetious. The world never was going to end and fervent prayer isn’t the reason why some invisible higher power stayed his hand. The whole idea of predicting an end time is a complete and total … Continue reading

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Churches to preach “No King but Jesus” on July 3rd

It’s all part of a rededication ceremony, apparently. The U.S.A. isn’t godly enough already so God has to be officially invited by as many churches as possible or the States are doomed. Doomed!!1eleventy1 It’s hard to tell by the article, … Continue reading

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Does Sean Kingston credit prayers and God for saving his life?

Sure looks like it the way. He was in a jet ski accident in June that could have been fatal and the most important thing people want to mention about this is the first tweet he made in Recovery: “Feeling … Continue reading

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I’d think less of a doctor if he prayed at me.

A doctor goes through however many years of training to get to the point where he could do surgery with his eyes closed (but better the hell not be) yet when push comes to shove, we wind up with patients, … Continue reading

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“If he could kill the all first-born children in Egypt what could stop him from…

…abolishing small houses? ” I’m quoting from an article I found about adulterers in Zimbabwe and a female pastor who’s taken it upon herself to rid the country of “small houses” — what these marriage wrecking women are called. Apostolic … Continue reading

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