How, When and Why Christian Dominionists (Christofascists) Bulldogged American Politics

Media went with 'soccer mom' most people had no idea she was '#WhiteEvangelical mom' https://t.co/hr1oKMbXRJ — Reader Adrift (@ReaderAdrift) November 7, 2018 And wrt this current administration. Media went with 'economic populism' Not #ChristianNationalism https://t.co/6xy4YQyp9i — Reader Adrift (@ReaderAdrift) November 7, 2018 Here's the Washington Post's religion writer poo pooing coverage of Dominionism as 'overhyped'. …

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Colossians: Jesus is Better than Special Knowledge, Part 4

Colossians: Jesus is Better than Special Knowledge, Part 1 Colossians: Jesus is Better than Special Knowledge, Part 2 Colossians: Jesus is Better than Special Knowledge, Part 3 Walking through the biblical Letter to the Colossians, one discovers God has provided Christian believers true and powerful defenses of the Christian faith against Gnosticism. What is Gnosticism, and why does it …

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Where Wheaton Went Wrong

First, a few Headlines: Wheaton prof's suspension reignites debate: Do Muslims and Christians worship the same God? @MiroslavVolf chimes in https://t.co/oocjk3cAVx — Christianity Today (@CTmagazine) December 19, 2015 Wheaton College Suspends Hijab-Wearing Professor After ‘Same God’ Comment http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2015/december/wheaton-college-hijab-professor-same-god-larycia-hawkins.html “I stand in religious solidarity with Muslims because they, like me, a Christian, are people of the …

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The Pagan Roots of Halloween

Are the specific customs of Halloween related to pagan beliefs? Since Halloween itself originated in paganism, it is not surprising that its customs are related to pagan belief. According to the Encyclopaedia Britannica, In ancient Britain and Ireland, the Celtic Festival of Samhain was observed on October 31, at the end of summer…. Source: The …

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