June 2010

Separation of Church and Hate

by Pastor Mark Downey

After church a few weeks ago we went to a restaurant and in the parking lot we saw a bumper sticker that said ‘Separation of Church and Hate’ in the rainbow colors of Sodom and Gomorrah. These two ancient cities pale in comparison to modern San Francisco and Washington D.C. (district of corruption). I got the feeling that this bumper sticker was directed against folks like us whom radical leftists like to label as ‘hate groups’; probably the same kind of degenerates who whine about ‘separation of church and state’, which is a euphemism to remove God from government. And evidently they don’t like the idea of churches being in opposition to their sexual orientations, which is a euphemism for aberrant perversions and immoral lifestyles.

They don’t want God’s Laws imposed upon our nation and yet this tiny minority wants to impose their legislation on us: hate crime laws do not pertain to anyone except White Christians. A bumper sticker like this (separation of church and hate) is very telling of the kind of society that we’ve become.  You can walk into almost any church today and hear the refrain that denounces hate and says God loves everybody. It’s as if God has gone through a metamorphosis of once condemning what He himself called abominations and now gives divine sanction and unconditional love to.

The Destruction of the Third Branch

by Pastor Don Elmore

The United States has three main branches of government:

  1. Executive
  2. Legislative
  3. Judicial

Of these three branches, the Judicial is now in complete and total anti-christian apostasy. It consists of 6 Roman Catholics and 2 Jews -- the only Protestant has announced that he will retire. The person nominated by Obama to take his place is Elena Kagan. She has never held the office of any judge--but was a professor at Chicago University and Dean of Harvard Law School and a former clerk to Supreme Court Judge--Thurgood Marshall--who as lawyer for the NAACP successfully ENDED segregation in the U. S.