Canada: Public board​ orders Christian school​ to stop reading ‘offensive’ Bible passages


Homosexuals and Satanists now rule over Christians in Canada. Christian schools cannot legally teach about sin anymore.

Is anyone in Canada willing to go to jail for Christ?

Excerpt from Lifesite News

CAMROSE, Alberta, June 14, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – A Canadian Christian school has been ordered by a public school board that it partners with to refrain from reading or studying “any scripture that could be considered offensive to particular individuals.” Included are passages from the New Testament that speak against fornication, adultery, idolatry, and witchcraft.

Cornerstone Christian Academy (CCA) in Kingman, Alberta, has been ordered by the Battle River School Division (BRSD) to refrain from reading or studying portions of the Bible that the board says might contravene Alberta’s human rights legislation.

The Christian school was incorporated in 1986 as a ministry of Cornerstone Evangelical Baptist Church. It belongs to the Association of Christian Schools International​ while also partnering with the BRSD. According to its website, parents in Camrose and nearby towns send their children to the Christian school because it integrates Bible study into the approved provincial curriculum. Formerly a private school, it joined the school division in 2009. It serves about 180 students.

In its vision statement, the school states that “students will have a good working knowledge of the Bible as a foundation to their education.”

“Cornerstone Christian Academy offers a program that integrates faith, life, and learning. At its foundation is the Christian Bible, the belief that God is central to our humanity, that Jesus Christ is our personal Saviour and Lord, and God’s Holy Spirit is present and at work in the world today,” the school states.

The public school board trustees will meet this Thursday, June 15 to discuss the Bible verses they found to be offending in the school’s parent-student handbook. Some of the Bible passages formerly in the handbook included warnings against lifestyle choices that Christians consider sinful. Two passages were:

Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God.

Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are these; Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies.

While the school has already agreed to drop the “offending” passages from the handbook, the school board has taken their demands up a notch. The board is now telling the school that it must remove the passages from anywhere in the school too.

The school board’s Diane Hutchinson said trustees think these verses might contravene Alberta’s human rights legislation.

Even if you’re not much of a believer in the Bible, are you a defender of freedom of speech. The left says that “hate speech” (the Bible) must not be tolerated.


How long until Leviathan mandates that parents raise their children as “gender fluid?” How long until “Be Gay for a Day” is required of all children?

Canada is sickening. The United States isn’t much better.l

As Expected, Baptists Second Vote Condemns “White Supremacy”

As reported here yesterday, the Southern Baptists refused to consider a resolution condemning the alt-right, a resolution promoted by a black pastor, the Rev. Dwight McKissic.

As also reported, the evangelical group was expected to take up the issue again after the liberal media pressured them to do so. It was presented by the press as a case of evil whitey oppressing a po ol’ Nigra.

Let’s see what the Southern Baptists passed.

Excerpt from HuffPo

The final resolution, unambiguously titled “On The Anti-Gospel Of Alt-Right White Supremacy,” finally went to the floor for a vote on Wednesday and passed.

The resolution condemned “every form of racism, including alt-right white supremacy, as antithetical to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” It didn’t mention the curse of Ham, which Duke said would be “redundant.”

McKissic said he was satisfied with the final resolution and hoped it would be a stepping stone for further action on racial justice. But he added that “until the convention repents the curse of Ham by name,” the denomination will continue to be haunted by its racist past.

“The damage was done by taking three votes on something that was a no-brainer,” McKissic said. “What’s the reason they couldn’t so readily say that white supremacy is wrong and the alt-right is evil? Many of us are asking that question.”

Click on the “continue reading” button to see the resolution and to read my brief commentary.

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Texas Pastor John Hagee: The Day America Turns Its Back on Israel, God Will Turn His Back on America (Video)

Less than three minutes.

Uploaded on Apr 15, 2011

Pastor John Hagee joined Glenn to discuss why it is so important for the U.S. to stand by Israel, as the only democracy in the Middle East.

Hagee explains why Trump won, in his most viewed video:

Published on Nov 29, 2016

Evangelical voters flooded the polls this election year unlike any time in our history. Donald Trump was the only candidate who was blessing Israel.

“You cannot achieve peace if terrorists are treated as martyrs. Glorifying terrorists is a tremendous barrier to peace…When the United States stands with Israel, the chances of peace rise exponentially.” —President Elect Donald Trump

Watch this less than an hour video and you’ll see how Christians are duped into supporting Israel with no reservations.

Published on Mar 15, 2017

Pastor John Hagee is the founder and Senior Pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, a nondenominational, evangelical church with more than 20,000 active members.

He is also the founder of John Hagee Ministries which broadcast the Gospel in America and over 200 countries around the globe through radio and television.

Claim: Assassination Imminent as Heroic Trump Shut Down Another Mossad 9/11 Type Terror Plot


It’s not bombs we have to worry about but rather laptops taking control of a plane and flying it into a heavily populated, prominent building. Like Trump Tower, for example.

Jim Stone Freelance is on the story. His site is set up without linking dates or titles, and without an HTTP designation. If you would like to read this material on his site, just scroll down from the top.

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Israel hatched another new 911 terror plot, and Trump shut it down. Here is how the story line was supposed to go
Terrorists were going to board a U.S. bound plane from Europe, with laptops. They were going to hack the plane with their laptops, and do a second 911. When Trump mentioned terrorists with laptops to Russia, and to get them off of planes, and then Trump banned laptops on flights to the U.S., he shut down the Israeli terror plot.

The plot was obviously as fabricated as 911. I do not know who leaked it to Trump, but Kushner is close enough to all of it to do it. And even if Trump did not know it was Israel (highly probable he did not know) even if Trump thought it really was an independent terror plot, the end result was that him telling Russia to get laptops off their planes, shut it down.

SO THAT is the HUGE “Trump Russia intelligence leak” and Israel is PISSED AS HELL ABOUT IT, because they had a whole new plan, and now it will not go forward.

Reverend Jim Bakker is mentioned in Jim Stone’s piece about what has so angered the Jews who control America. More:


The Lord Told Me President Trump’s Life is in Danger – Pray for His Safety

From Breaking Christian News, May 16
Jim Bakker said during a recent podcast interview with Charisma Media founder Steve Strang that God told him there will soon be an attempt on President Donald Trump’s life, and that Christians need to be crying out in prayer for their president’s protection.

During the same podcast interview with Charisma Media founder Steve Strang in which he discussed the ‘WannaCry’ ransomware attack [as] an end-times event, Jim Bakker shared that he sometimes feels alone in his calls to pray for President Donald Trump.

But another word he received from the Lord has added to his urgency.

“There is going to be an attempt on our president’s life very soon, ” he said. “We need to pray for the protection of our president.”

Combative Trump Rips “failed” Critics in Fiery Graduation Speech


Saturday showed some good timing by President Donald Trump.

A friendly crowd can be a blessing for man under siege. Christians, real Christians, not social justice warriors claiming to be Christian, have warm fuzzies for our leader. That allowed him to make some fine comments to the graduates at Liberty University today.

“In America, we don’t worship government, we worship God.”

New York Post

A feisty President Trump lashed out at Washington naysayers with a combative commencement speech Saturday.

The address at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., sounded like a personal pep talk after a week of withering criticism following the firing of FBI Director James Comey.

“In my short time in Washington, I’ve seen firsthand how the system is broken,” he told a cheering crowd of 50,000 at the evangelical institution.

He complained of “a small group of failed voices who think they know everything and want to tell everybody else how to live, what to do, and how to think.”

“But we don’t need a lecture from Washington on how to lead our lives,” he said.

Trump told the class of nearly 5,000 graduates to revel in their “outsider” status.

“Being an outsider is fine — embrace the label,” he said. “It’s the outsiders who change the world.”

“The more a broken system tells you that you are wrong, the more certain you should be that you must keep pushing ahead,” he said.

“No one has ever achieved anything significant without a chorus of critics standing on the sidelines explaining why it can’t be done,” he said, a nod to the blistering attacks of the previous days.

“Nothing is easier or more pathetic than being a critic, because they are the people who can’t get the job done.”

Christian college professor suggests murdering Republican congressman is ‘self defense’


A fifth rate professor at a small university has Tweeted calls for violence against a responsible conservative member of Congress. That’s Professor James McPherson, pictured above. He’s out of the liberal hellhole, Spokane, Washington.

Here’s the story of two Tweets that reveal the character of someone who in my opinion is a sociopath. Remember, I spent 30 years in academia at a tenth rate university surrounded by fifth rate minds infected by political correctness. Advocating the murder of conservative white men is something I’ve heard before. Most of the race traitors have enough sense to not put their sociopathy on display in writing.

The College Fix

Tennessee Rep. David Kustoff voted for the Republican bill that would repeal and replace Obamacare, known as the American Health Care Act.

A woman allegedly tried to run his car off the road because of that vote. She has been charged with “felony reckless endangerment,” the Weakley County Sheriff’s Department said in a Facebook post Thursday.

Scary stuff, unless you’re a certain communications studies professor at Whitworth University.

James McPherson, a journalism historian and author of The Conservatism Resurgence and the Press, responded to a Daily Beast tweet about the premeditated attack on a sitting congressman by calling it “self defense. #StandYourGround.”

He followed with another tweet asking others if the incident counted as self-defense, again using the #StandYourGround hashtag.

McPherson has taught mass media history and media criticism among other courses, and formerly chaired the faculty promotion and tenure committee at Whitworth, a Christian university affiliated with the socially liberal Presbyterian Church (USA). Before joining Whitworth in 2000, he taught at another Presbyterian school, the women-only Peace College.

In the past he has satirically called for “a group of heavily armed African Americans who would show up at random events to make sure order is being kept,” if not a “permanent, heavily armed African American paramilitary force ready to step in wherever the potential for unrest exists.”

McPherson’s suggested name for this force is “BEAFRAID” (Blacks Exercising Armed, Free, Responsible, American Interventional Defense):

Just think of the places the presence of BEAFRAID could be useful. Some that come immediately to mind: Confederate Flag rallies, NRA meetings, the 2016 Republican National Convention, Rush Limbaugh’s next wedding. …

As a white, middle-class, middle-aged American man with great ideas and at least a couple of black friends, I would naturally be an excellent choice. Unfortunately, with a full-time gig as a professional corrupter of young minds, I don’t have time to do take this on. But I think Rachel Dolezal might be available.

According to the sheriff’s department, Rep. Kustoff and his aide were leaving a “town hall meeting” at the University of Tennessee-Martin when Wendi L. Wright followed them in her car:

Wright placed the occupants in fear of being forced off the roadway. They turned onto Old Troy Road and into a driveway of a person they were familiar with. Wright exited her vehicle and began screaming and striking the windows of their vehicle and at one point reached inside their vehicle. She then stood in front of their vehicle in an attempt to keep them blocked in. … Wright was identified after she posted details of the encounter on Facebook.

Obami blog did a post on this turd last December. The comments are hilarious.

He’s a feminist! LOL

Even Larry Sinclair isn’t a motherfuckin’ feminist!

This guy’s got NAMBLA written all over his face.

Just being blunt, every man I seen who was a feminist sympathizer was always a spineless wimpy little coward who thought that if they could jump into supporting feminism they too could impress women enough and “might” get a little pussy.

sorry jamie, but real women see dudes like you as tools and fagots.

no, actually I’m not sorry. I have nothing to apologize for haha

McPherson threatened to sue Obami for his post, claiming defamation. I’ll bet the deranged fool is also going to threaten the College Fix.

McPherson ought to know that opinion is protected speech and can never be defamation under the law. But with liberal judges ignoring the law …

Link to McPherson’s WordPress blog

Christian teacher who quoted Bible saying gay people ‘deserve to die,’ in letter to student newspaper RESIGNS


The hatred of God and of Christians is strongly in evidence in America 2017. Americans, far too many of them, worship Satan. Not that they necessarily engage in Satanic rituals, but rather they reject any and all morality. Substituting for morality in their world is egalitarianism. No immoral act can ever be condemned (except for murder and even there euthanasia and abortion are accepted and applauded).

Foolish Americans, who make up at least half or more of the population, have succeeded in silencing the other half. Advocating for God and for morality can not only cost you your job, but create potentially fatal consequences ranging from stress to being murdered.

San Luis Obispo

In a letter to the student newspaper, a San Luis Obispo High School teacher quoted a Bible verse saying that people committing homosexual acts “deserve to die,” drawing outrage and concern from students, teachers and parents, and a call for calm by administrators.

Mayor Heidi Harmon urged community members to complain to the school district administration. “This is unacceptable,” Harmon wrote on her Facebook page Wednesday. “A teacher at SLO High wrote this shaming letter against the LGBT community — a community that already has a high degree of suicide.”

The school won’t discipline special education teacher Michael Stack, saying teachers as well as students “do not shed their First Amendment rights” at school.


“A bedrock principle underlying the First Amendment is that the government may not prohibit the expression of an idea simply because society finds the idea offensive or disagreeable,” San Luis Coastal Unified School District Superintendent Eric Prater and Principal Leslie O’Connor said in a joint statement Wednesday.

“As a district, we understand that students do not shed their First Amendment rights at school, and we respect the rights of our students to speak on controversial topics. We applaud the high school’s commitment to open dialogue and a free exchange of ideas in its student newspaper,” the statement read. “ … In a similar manner, we acknowledge the right of our staff to voice their opinions.”

Prater and O’Connor called the controversy “a teachable moment” and urged the community to conduct a “civil discourse.”

The statement went on to say that Stack was a probationary teacher in his first year at the campus. At O’Connor’s recommendation, the district decided in February not to keep him on staff for the upcoming school year.

Stack left campus early Wednesday and could not be reached for comment.

His letter was published Tuesday in Expressions, the school’s journalism website, and was in response to Expressions’ May 2017 print edition featuring lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer issues — including an interview with an LGBTQ couple about their relationship.

Stack wrote that he was compelled to speak out because he “didn’t want to displease God,” saying the Bible is “without error” and its hundreds of predictions are 100 percent accurate.

Since the story of Michael Stack’s letter broke in the press, he’s resigned and received death threats.

San Luis Obispo

A San Luis Obispo High School teacher has resigned in the face of widespread outrage over a letter he wrote to the school student newspaper that cited a Biblical passage saying those who commit homosexual acts “deserve to die.”

Special education teacher Michael Stack did not show up to work Thursday but sent the school an email at 1:07 p.m., which he also copied to Fox News, tendering his resignation, noting “the community apparently wants me out, so I hereby grant them their desires.”

Late Thursday morning, someone called the school and threatened Stack’s life, according to San Luis Coastal Unified School District Superintendent Eric Prater.