October 26, 2006

Thursday Omnibus Post

1) ACORN, long connected to voter registration fraud cases around the country, is now accused of more voter fraud in St. Louis. “Hundreds of fraudulent voter address changes have been submitted to St. Louis County election officials.” Just trying to win one more for the Democrats.

2) Female circumcision. Just gotta love those Islamic folk remedies for promiscuity in two-year-olds. Can the sentence include using the same scissors of the “dad” who did this to his daughter?

3) More charges in this espionage case – American military secrets being given to the Red Chinese.

4) Looks like the Foley outing came from within the Human Rights Campaign, a gay rights group. The staffer involved has been fired – for unauthorized use of the organization’s computer equipment, not for violating Foley’s right to keep his sexual orientation a secret. None of which, of course, mitigates teh fact that Foley is a perv.

5) Some folks think their ethnicity entitles them to do what they want – even if it is against the rules and disrupts school. And these claim they want to join the US military? They sure don't seem loyal to THIS country.

6) Imam to rape victims – It’s your fault for dressing like a whore. "If she was in her room, in her home, in her hijab (veil), no problem would have occurred."

7) This clown would be a great companion for my Holocaust-denier troll KKKen – an Australian convicted of intentionally spreading the virus that causes AIDS is challenging the existence of the HIV virus in court.

8) Build it so they won’t come! Bush signs border fence bill.

9) Coming home! The Bnei Menashe (children of Manasseh) will return to their ancestral homeland in Israel after 27 centuries of exile from the land God gave to their ancestors at the time of Moses.

10) Freedom of speech trumps Islamo-censors in Denmark.

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The authors un-Christian essence is revealed in his commentary on #9.  There is no extant land promise from God to those who reject Christ.

|| Posted by Ken Hoop, October 27, 2006 08:49 AM ||

Hey, KKKen, if believing that God that when God speaks he means what he says makes one un-Christian, then I will gladly plead guilty.

If rejecting the clear words of Scripture makes YOU a Christian, then I am thrilled to have you expel me from your fellowship.

But if that is so, shouldn't you be shunning me?

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, October 27, 2006 06:02 PM ||

The clear words of the Scripture say there really is no 'holy land" anymore, because Christ's coming fulfilled and spiritualized all the  OT tribalist edicts, which were conditional, nonetheless.

However, the land itself is that of Christian and Moslem Palestinians.

|| Posted by Ken Hoop, October 28, 2006 12:16 PM ||

Would you care to cite chapter and verse for that, KKKen? Where did God say "Oops, I lied -- I'm taking the land from you and giving it to the Bedouins"?

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, October 28, 2006 05:00 PM ||

Read the Old Testament without the New and you'd still be waiting for the Jewish warrior to conquer the world for the Jews, they call the "Messiah."

The Jews lost every conditional promise by rejecting Christ, and the paradox is,that the few Jews down through the centureis who accepted Christ were rejected by the Jewish community, married non-Jews and in another generation self-eradicated the Jewish line, exactly as God intended all Jews to do.

|| Posted by Ken Hoop, October 29, 2006 08:11 PM ||

In other words, KKKen, you can't find your position anywhere in Scripture, so you try to muddy teh watters.

Where did God say "Oops, I lied"?

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, October 29, 2006 08:46 PM ||

All covenants God ever makes are conditional on obedience. Obedience is conversion to Christianity in the Christian Age. No set-asides for Jews.

Indeed "grafted in" seed of Abraham could claim Palestine if they wished, but doing so would not presently be charitable to the rightful owners, the Palestinians. Better that Christians do everything possible to allow the Palestinians to claim right of return, an exercise of Christian charity. Boycotts of Israel are among the acts encouraged.

|| Posted by Ken Hoop, October 30, 2006 04:57 PM ||

1)  KKKen, you still don't cite a single scriptural reference to support your theology of Jew Hatred.

2)  If, for the sake of argument, those descendants of Jewish converts alive today do have a claim on the Holy Land as a part of the covenant, then the Palestinians (of any religion) are NOT the rightful owners.  In other words, your own argument contradicts itself.

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, October 30, 2006 06:54 PM ||

No, because "descendants of Jewish converts" would prove impossible for even a gifted Brigham Young geneologist to sort out-and for you to define, since the admixture of "Jewish blood" would be microscopically miniscule by now.

|| Posted by Ken Hoop, October 31, 2006 06:50 PM ||

In other words, you don't really believe that God's Covenant means anything.

|| Posted by Rhymes With Right, October 31, 2006 11:09 PM ||
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