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FRONT PAGE  |  1/21/2020
TUESDAY, FEB 5, 2019  |  24 comments
Nancy Pelosi's Favorite Bible Verse It’s Not Actually in the Bible.

Nancy Pelosi addressed a gathering of presidents of Christian colleges this week in Washington, where she thanked the evangelical community for its leadership on immigration and refugee policy reform. To this end, the speaker of the House quoted a favorite bit of biblical wisdom in her opening statement: “To minister to the needs of God’s creation is an act of worship. To ignore those needs is to dishonor the God who made us.”

OK, actually, she said, it might not technically be from the Bible. “I can’t find it in the Bible, but I quote it all the time,” Pelosi said as she introduced the quote. “I keep reading and reading the Bible—I know it’s there someplace. It’s supposed to be in Isaiah. I heard a bishop say, ‘To minister to the needs of God’s creation … ’ ”

To clarify: It is not “there someplace.” ...

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
[Removed by Moderator Alpha]

News Item2/6/19 9:42 AM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Just a Guy wrote:
The slavery issue was a great (and top five) issue but not the main reason.
Easy to say, but your favorite Lost Cause authors and Southern school textbooks are contradicted by Southerners themselves in their prewar Secession declarations and Alexander Stephens's "Cornerstone Speech." White Southern apologists and black leftists have this in common: Play the Victim and hate Lincoln.

Think about it: Seceding because a President many Americans don't like got fairly elected. Sound familiar?


News Item2/6/19 9:27 AM
The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
Rehashing that terrible war is solving nothing, but the biggest question is how do the rest of the States expell California from the Union today?

News Item2/6/19 12:24 AM
Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
But JAG, what goes up must come down (Egyptians 21:17) and two wrongs don’t make a right (Melchizedek 6:13). Besides, every dog has its day (Jezebel 1:14).

News Item2/5/19 11:27 PM
Just a Guy | Mississippi  Find all comments by Just a Guy
The civil war could certainly have been avoided by both sides...

The issue of slavery was NOT the only issue. It was one of many issues. Why else did Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation half-way through the war? You would think he would legally "free" the slaves at the very beginning if it was that was the main point...

But he didn't...

The biggest reason for the civil war was...
"Do States have a right to leave a Union they joined by their own decision?".

That was the purpose of the war. The slavery issue was a great (and top five) issue but not the main reason.


News Item2/5/19 9:25 PM
Stevenr | Missouri  Find all comments by Stevenr
States rights would have eventually been tested by the federal government—it just rose at that point over slavery.

News Item2/5/19 8:41 PM
Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
There was no sense in the Confederacy waiting for the Union to fire the first shot, Neil. After all, the early bird gets the worm (Abrasions 4:1).

News Item2/5/19 8:40 PM
Wayfarer Pilgrim | Lubbock,tx  Find all comments by Wayfarer Pilgrim
Please, Neil , of course it was about secession, terrorism and slavery. The seeds of the civil war began at the signing of the Declaration of Independence. South states were not asked give up slavery because the colonies needed all hands on deck against Great Britain.
There could have been a great compromise that would have eliviated the future of slavery . But neither party would be willing to move.
After Lincoln invaded the South , and that is what happened, our nation hasn’t truly recovered. African Americans were not patriated into a free and judicial society and our sense of bigotry has not diminished.
States rights was incredibly powerful determination on why the South could not do anything but bombard Fort Sumter, 19th century’s ideas are lost on us all.

News Item2/5/19 7:53 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Wayfarer Pilgrim wrote:
The South did muster, but not against a rebellion, but rather against an invasion.
After seceding for no good reason (like Dem outrage over Trump's victory), and firing on Federal property for no good reason either. Think it wasn't about slavery? Read the Secession declarations, avail. online. Gen. Longstreet: "I never heard of any other cause of the quarrel than slavery."

American Christianity has enough credibility trouble (scandals, heresies, etc.) without "Stars and Bars" people blaming Lincoln.


News Item2/5/19 7:48 PM
Wayfarer Pilgrim | Lubbock,tx  Find all comments by Wayfarer Pilgrim
And we wonder why biblical illiteracy is at an all time high. There was a time, probably 150 years ago, the time of Lincoln, when biblical literacy was at an all time high. However, how one man interpreted the Bible was as divisive as it is now. But to quote Lincoln, we would do well to appeal to our “better angels.” That reference was from his first inaugural address, However, soon afterwards, Lincoln requested each state muster a an army against the rebellion. The South did muster, but not against a rebellion, but rather against an invasion.

News Item2/5/19 7:45 PM
Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
Just remember, Jim, if you aim at nothing, you’ll hit it every time—Samson 7:12.

News Item2/5/19 5:38 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Michael Gerson wrote:
Trump’s background and beliefs could hardly be more incompatible with traditional Christian models of life and leadership. Trump’s past political stances (he once supported the right to partial-birth abortion), his character (he has bragged about sexually assaulting women), and even his language (he introduced the words p**** and s******* into presidential discourse) would more naturally lead religious conservatives toward exorcism than alliance. This is a man who has cruelly publicized his infidelities, made disturbing sexual comments about his elder daughter, and boasted about the size of his ***** on the debate stage. His lawyer reportedly arranged a $130,000 payment to a porn star to dissuade her from disclosing an alleged affair. Yet religious conservatives who once blanched at PG-13 public standards now yawn at such NC-17 maneuvers....
excerpt from: "The Last Temptation"


Adriel, with our present President, Marxists are a secondary concern. I think the above quote will show that even the devil can quote Scriptures ❗ By the way Timothy and Moderator Alpha I have used this source from a conservative republican before, but I didn't use the above quote as far as I could tell.


News Item2/5/19 4:57 PM
Douglas Fir | Zones Four to Six  Find all comments by Douglas Fir
Good points, there, 'Chr.." though I don't know what it has to do with Pelosi not finding her favorite saying in the Bible.
I have considered opening a "Proverbs 32" website to show how many things people think are in the Bible but are not. It would fill up pages and pages, and I could probably find exact references from movies, videos, etc.

News Item2/5/19 4:50 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Another typical, over-the-top, snowflake type, is Linfield, OR, College Professor, Daniel Pelzner, who, in a NY Times op-ed piece, and continuing on with the racial nonsense, and inciting of hate, insists that the 1964, Mary Poppins film, was racially motivated. Along with some chimney sweeps, Mary Poppins goes up the chimney, and comes out with soot on her face. The soot is being translated into being black face, and Mary Poppins/the film's maker/director, a raging racist because her face got dirty from the chimney soot, and she was actually denigrating the black population at the time, and poking fun at them, etc.

The Linfield College literature professor linked the scene to racism in P.L. Travers’ novels, which he claims “associate chimney sweeps’ blackened faces with racial caricatures.”

Pollack-Pelzner also took aim at naval officer Admiral Boom, who ordered his cannons fired at the “cheeky devils” on the roof after mistaking the dark figures of the chimney sweeps for “Hottentots,” a racial slur.

“These aren’t really black Africans; they’re grinning white dancers in blackface,” he wrote. “It’s a parody of black menace; it’s even posted on a white nationalist website as evidence of the film’s racial hierarchy."

Strange days, in a nation gone mad...


News Item2/5/19 4:35 PM
Douglas Fir | Zones Four to Six  Find all comments by Douglas Fir
Thanks, 'StevenR' for that testimony. I'll bet you also found 99 percent of the prisoners believe in God.
Pelosi reminds me of the verse in Isaiah 3 that is a curse on a nation that allows women to lead.
And her 'it's in there somewhere' is so funny! I would like Gallup or Barna to do a man-on-the-street poll to ask people if a famous old saying (God helps those who help themselves, A stitch in time saves nine, etc) is in the Bible.

News Item2/5/19 4:31 PM
Dr. Tim | Land of Cotton  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
Well, Adriel, you know what the Good Book says. God helps those who help themselves, every tub must rest on its own bottom, and he who calls the tune must pay the piper. I don’t know where that is, but it must be in there somewhere. I think it’s in the same book as “A stitch in time saves nine.”

News Item2/5/19 4:26 PM
Stevenr | Missouri  Find all comments by Stevenr
I preached recently at a prison, and afterwards I had a young man come up, offended, and insisted that I was leading people astray. He “knew“ he had seen in the Bible where we were going to stand before God, and all the good things we had done were going to be put on one scale, and all the bad things we have done on the other side of the scale… Whichever one weighed out would determine our entrance to heaven.
I explained to him that that particular passage (nor doctrine) was not in the Bible—but he insisted he had seen it “Somewhere.”

News Item2/5/19 2:48 PM
Adriel  Find all comments by Adriel
""To minister to the needs of God’s creation is an act of worship. To ignore those needs is to dishonor the God who made us.”"

(1) "To minister to the needs of God's creation"???

Is this part of the 'Marxist' policy of the Democrats?
Give people what they want?
The Democrat response to covetous natures?
Encouraging covetousness - whilst buying votes for the party?

(2) "to ignore these needs"???
Obviously providence isn't working as efficiently as the god of the Democrats would expect.
Is she suggesting God creates these needs for His purposes - Namely, Vote Democrat??

Is providence not as good as Marxism?

Or is this just a 'Philosophy Vaticanus'
To win friends and influence people?
I thought that was Dale Carnegie's gospel!!

Pelosi's theology is very complicated!!
We will have to get Jim to explain for us.

Covetousness sounds the most feasible theory, - for a Democrat anyway.


News Item2/5/19 12:42 PM
Dolores | Tx  Find all comments by Dolores
The Catholics, I know are not Bible scholars and are discouraged from even owning one. The Church as priest teaches them. No need to read on their own.Some are in our church and really don’t have an understanding of what is being studied. Admitting they never really studied the Bible being discouraged from doing so.
To my way of thinking, she knows evangelicals are a big support of Trump and tries so feebly to be like them, in order to get support as well.

News Item2/5/19 9:57 AM
Hammer | Norristown  Find all comments by Hammer
If the blind lead the blind both will fall into a pit.hard to help people with a seared conscience
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