Jan Markell, founder and director of Olive Tree Ministries, says All Saints' "theory of radical hospitality" is just another example of the delusion on the part of a liberal denomination.
Markell, Jan (Olive Tree Ministries)"It's the ecumenical spirit that's raging around the world today," she tells OneNewsNow. "And of course, none of these entities understand [that] Muslims and Christians do not worship the same God."
A coalition of forces – ranging from failed Democrats to paid protesters to pro-Democrat media to "deep state" anti-Trump government lifers – is aiming to do much more than "de-legitimize" President Trump and halt his agenda, according to Fox News guest Monica Crowley.
"What I hope that the president and his senior aides understand is that these forces are not just looking to de-legitimize him ... They want to personally destroy him, destroy his presidency, and they would like to see the man in prison."
The death of privacy, the arrival of a George Orwell world . . . .
General Electric, in conjunction with AT&T and Intel Corp, is set to install cameras, microphones, and sensors on 3,200 streetlights in San Diego this year, beginning in July.
The installations are part of a new "smart city" scheme that aims to monitor traffic and crime.
Conservative radio host Bryan Fischer warned that threats of spiritual warfare and reports of witches placing curses on President Donald Trump should be taken seriously. He pointed to Jesus Christ who warned of "dark spirits" in the world.
Yes, the government can use your phone, your computer and even potentially your television to spy on what you are doing inside your own home.
On Tuesday, WikiLeaks released thousands of documents that prove what virtually every "conspiracy theorist" in America has been saying for years about government spying.
There is an anti-establishment spirit among younger (under 40) pastors today. These pastors grew up in established churches, had parents who were involved in the Moral Majority, and came out with a bad taste for "right wing" establishment. The view of the younger crowd, as voiced by Russell Moore, is that the forefathers viewed the gospel as a megaphone that shouted, "get off my lawn" to every wayward soul. The "Jerry Falwell wing" (as Moore called the previous generation in a recent tweet) is viewed with disdain (though, in my opinion, the influence of Falwell, the Moral Majority, and the "great right wing conspiracy" was far more powerful on society than anything at work today in the religious world).
"This was not a victory. I call it a reprieve," Dobson said. "The Lord gave us a reprieve, and the question is: What are we going to do with it? Are we going to support the righteous things that this man is doing and maybe even overlook some things that disappoint us? I hope so."
By Jim Fletcher
I am not dogmatic about everything. I don't make "loving Jews" a litmus test for fellowship. One does not need to love the study of Bible prophecy.
But if you harbor ill feelings for Jews—if your heart is dark toward them—we part company. I won't listen to your theology that promotes Replacement Theology at the same time you deny your Replacement Theology.