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Choice News TUESDAY, JAN 13, 2009  |  80 comments
Openly Homosexual Anglican Bishop to Kick Off Obama Inaugural Weekend


Gene Robinson and his homosexual partner, Mark Andrew

WASHINGTON, D.C., January 12, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Following the row that erupted after pro-marriage and pro-life Saddleback pastor Rick Warren was picked to preside over the main inauguration event, Obama has selected the Episcopal Church's only openly homosexual bishop to give the main invocation at a Sunday event celebrating Obama's inauguration, to be held two days later.

New Hampshire Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson, a central figure in the homosexual clergy controversy that has rocked the worldwide Anglican communion, will deliver his invocation on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.

"I'm just overwhelmed and so humbled by this invitation," said Robinson, who entered into a legal civil union with his long-time partner Mark Andrews in June.

Joe Solmonese, president of the homosexual activist group the Human Rights Campaign, said Robinson's selection was "encouraging." ...


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News Item1/20/09 7:41 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
An elder who has taught the congregation how (rather than what) to think should not have to rail against politicians, who are perhaps the easiest people to find fault in.

I suspect that not only scoffers believe that Christians cannot discern anything w/o help from the pulpit, but many pastors as well.

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News Item1/20/09 7:20 PM
Jason | maryland  Find all comments by Jason
Where are the True Bible believing Christian Pastors? There should be sermons railing against this wicked President or as i like to call him Pharoah. Fear God not man. The body they may kill the truth abideth still.
I apologize to you pastors that are in the pulpit who speak the truth.
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News Item1/20/09 6:11 AM
GK  Find all comments by GK
John Yurich USA wrote:
In fact no country has ever implamented capital punishment against homosexuals.
wrong

Iran

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News Item1/20/09 5:29 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
orthodox wrote:
Bible says so JY
Rom 1:32 Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them.
The Founding Fathers of the United States did not intend for capital punishment to be implamented against homosexuals. In fact no country has ever implamented capital punishment against homosexuals. I am totally against homosexuality like you are but I am not that crazy to think capital punishment should be implamented against homosexuals when it is totally unrealistic to expect that the judicial system would ever implament capital punishment against homosexuals.
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News Item1/19/09 9:36 PM
puritanbooks  Contact via emailFind all comments by puritanbooks
Mike wrote:
You live in the sinful world, probably walking among, and talking with the unregenerate. Does that make you guilty by association?
No, saved by Grace..and humble..praying
for the unregenerate..
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News Item1/19/09 8:16 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
puritanbooks wrote:
Guilty is guilty, you can slice the pie in many pieces as you wish. But they were all destroyed (killed) in sodom..
All the unregenerated are guilty by association.. Maybe tomorrow or later today God will call them to Christ to be regenerated.. Untill then, guilty worhty of the second death..
You live in the sinful world, probably walking among, and talking with the unregenerate. Does that make you guilty by association?
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News Item1/19/09 7:52 PM
Guinness  Find all comments by Guinness
puritanbooks wrote:
Guilty is guilty, you can slice the pie in many pieces as you wish. But they were all destroyed (killed) in sodom..
All the unregenerated are guilty by association.. Maybe tomorrow or later today God will call them to Christ to be regenerated.. Untill then, guilty worhty of the second death..
All that perished in Sodom were guilty period, but God saved Righteous Lot out from Sodom.
All the unregenerate are guilty period.

Please do not use the truth of Adam and Christ as federal heads to abolish biblical standards of evidence.

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News Item1/19/09 7:43 PM
puritanbooks  Contact via emailFind all comments by puritanbooks
Guinness wrote:
No. The robber and the getaway car driver are guilty of robbery, and conspiracy to rob by their own proveable actions. The analogous legal doctrine is acting with "common purpose" not "guilt by association".
Righteous Lot lived in Sodom and was not guilty by association.
It is easier to argue for "mercy by association" from God's dealings with Sodom:-
"That be far from thee to do after this manner, to slay the righteous with the wicked: and that the righteous should be as the wicked, that be far from thee: Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right? And the LORD said, If I find in Sodom fifty righteous within the city, then I WILL SPARE ALL the place for their sakes......
And he said, Oh let not the LORD be angry, and I will speak yet but this once: Peradventure ten shall be found there. And he said, I will not destroy it for ten's sake."
Guilty is guilty, you can slice the pie in many pieces as you wish. But they were all destroyed (killed) in sodom..
All the unregenerated are guilty by association.. Maybe tomorrow or later today God will call them to Christ to be regenerated.. Untill then, guilty worhty of the second death..
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News Item1/19/09 7:32 PM
Guinness  Find all comments by Guinness
puritanbooks wrote:
It's no different then a robber in a bank and one outside waiting in a getaway car. Both are guilty by association... All in Sodom were guilty by association, men, women, and children..
No. The robber and the getaway car driver are guilty of robbery, and conspiracy to rob by their own proveable actions. The analogous legal doctrine is acting with "common purpose" not "guilt by association".

Righteous Lot lived in Sodom and was not guilty by association.
It is easier to argue for "mercy by association" from God's dealings with Sodom:-
"That be far from thee to do after this manner, to slay the righteous with the wicked: and that the righteous should be as the wicked, that be far from thee: Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right? And the LORD said, If I find in Sodom fifty righteous within the city, then I WILL SPARE ALL the place for their sakes......
And he said, Oh let not the LORD be angry, and I will speak yet but this once: Peradventure ten shall be found there. And he said, I will not destroy it for ten's sake."

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News Item1/19/09 7:14 PM
puritanbooks  Contact via emailFind all comments by puritanbooks
John Yurich USA wrote:
You really are in dire need of psychological evaluation if you advocate that capital punishment be implamented against homosexuals. Homosexuality is an abomination before God and homosexuals will have their place in the Lake Of Fire but to state that capital punishment should be implamented against homosexuals is just plain insane.
John Yurich ..
A flaming homosexual bishop and a guilty by association president praying to God, display's to the world a wide open a-ok democracy. It's no different then a robber in a bank and one outside waiting in a getaway car. Both are guilty by association... All in Sodom were guilty by association, men, women, and children..
And... John Yurich I hope your not guilty by acceptance of this display of abomination, which makes you guilty by association...
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News Item1/19/09 10:23 AM
orthodox  Find all comments by orthodox
John Yurich USA wrote:
You really are in dire need of psychological evaluation if you advocate that capital punishment be implamented against homosexuals. Homosexuality is an abomination before God and homosexuals will have their place in the Lake Of Fire but to state that capital punishment should be implamented against homosexuals is just plain insane.
Bible says so JY

Rom 1:32 Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them.

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News Item1/19/09 7:06 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
puritanbooks wrote:
Homosexuality (sodomite)is an abomination to God and deserves the death penalty..
You really are in dire need of psychological evaluation if you advocate that capital punishment be implamented against homosexuals. Homosexuality is an abomination before God and homosexuals will have their place in the Lake Of Fire but to state that capital punishment should be implamented against homosexuals is just plain insane.
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News Item1/19/09 2:30 AM
puritanbooks  Contact via emailFind all comments by puritanbooks
Homosexuality (sodomite)is an abomination to God and deserves the death penalty..
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News Item1/16/09 10:19 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
S. Smith wrote:
John,
I agree with much of your post, but the above would suggest that our belief system gets straightened out once we are with the Lord.
Perhaps I am reading something into what is not there.
The truth is that unless we have a belief that results in salvation NOW, we will not be with the Lord in eternity.
Quite so, quite so, I was referring to the secondary issues over which we spend so much time debating, not the all-important means of our justification before God. Sorry if I was vague on that point.
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News Item1/16/09 10:11 AM
S. Smith  Find all comments by S. Smith
John UK wrote:
Thankfully, in eternity, all will be one, and all will correctly believe, and argument shall cease. Our eyes will be focussed, as they should be, on Jesus Christ the Lamb of God slain for us.
John,

I agree with much of your post, but the above would suggest that our belief system gets straightened out once we are with the Lord.

Perhaps I am reading something into what is not there.

The truth is that unless we have a belief that results in salvation NOW, we will not be with the Lord in eternity.

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News Item1/16/09 8:55 AM
Butch Boruff | Urbana, Illinois  Find all comments by Butch Boruff
I am always amazed at 'intellectuals' trying to have a conversation---God CAN NOT and WILL NOT bless anything to do with this administration when they are starting off shaking thier fist at him--they are calling upon the great "Mush" god--like school meetings, psuedo-churches---who pretend they want God's leading--then vote to kick him out. God is JUST---and because he is just he does not condone this type of display--why don't you ask the up to 3 billion (not my number) of men, women, children that God KILLED in the flood--Judgment, go ahead and ignore--it changes nothing--perhaps a few of you should actually read John the Revelator---much is said about what "is to come"--again, believe it or not----CHANGES NOTHING!
Who is in hell--brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, grandparents, priests, preachers, bishops, politicians (including presidents) lawyers, deacons--O yes, some murderers, rapists, sodomites--but they are in minority in comparison to the ones there with a 'good heart!' There will be so many there that have one great thing in common---what Jesus will say to send them there--even afer they said they have been a christian all thier lives----"depart from me, I never knew you!" The real question should be ,not that I claim to know Jesus, but rather---does he know me!
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News Item1/16/09 4:43 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Barry, just a thought:

Yes I agree, it is very confusing, not only for a poor, lost sinner, but also for a newly converted saint.

Extreme positions on practical life run from Francis of Assissi, who owned absolutely nothing but his habit, to the Amway money-grubbers who think wealth is ordained of God. Both take their view from scripture.

Extreme positions on doctrine run from the Freewillers, who make everything depend on man, to the hyper-Calvinists, who are effectively Fatalists. Both have their scriptures.

Between these extremes are a thousand and one varying interpretations of the Bible, a thousand and one separated denominations, and a multitude of cults. The body of Christ is fragmented, much to his deep sadness, he who said, "Love one another."

Of course, there is no way back now. Even if persecution increases to sort the wheat from the tares, men will still huddle inside their own pigeon holes and despise others.

Thankfully, in eternity, all will be one, and all will correctly believe, and argument shall cease. Our eyes will be focussed, as they should be, on Jesus Christ the Lamb of God slain for us.

"Looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith...."

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News Item1/15/09 9:36 PM
just a thought  Find all comments by just a thought
Barry from KY...AMEN! I think Macarthur sums it all up with these words, "Instead of bickering, being proud, and rejoicing in the failure of other believers, we ought to have the same agony in our own hearts and souls over those believers who do not fare as well as God would have them". It seems pride, self-righteousness, divisiveness and arguing are rampant; love, humility, kindness, and graciousness have been tossed out the window. May the Lord Jesus Christ have mercy on us.

p.s.-a humbling piece by Tony Hayling is found at agonizomai.blogspot.com/2009/01/saintssinners-prayer.html

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News Item1/15/09 8:57 PM
Barry from KY. | Northern KY  Contact via emailFind all comments by Barry from KY.
Just from reading this post alone I can see the problem. We do so much fighting with each other over our own interpretation of what the bible says that we could never really expect anyone to follow Christ as we present Him, we really don't know where we are going. It's totally confusing. I've been a Christian since I was a young adult. If this is what we are talking about all the time, no one will even understand the gibberish. It's becoming insane. I fear we are becoming pharisees, more caught up in the legalism than the living....
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News Item1/15/09 8:06 PM
Publican | Northern Hemisphere  Contact via emailFind all comments by Publican
Who the devil is this man going to pray to?

'the rightful place of religion vis-a-vis the secular state'?

The separation of church and state is 'the division of labor between two earthly institutions, both called to serve God in different spheres'. The leader who claims to be of 'the faith' should know this.

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