Browsing the blog archives for May, 2013

Biblical Marriage – How Should A Christian Response to The Homosexual Agenda

In the world today it is harder and harder for Christians to stand up for what we know to be true, not only in our political and social circles, but also in our churches. In today’s world, the evil one has blurred the lines between right and wrong to the point that those who are not grounded in basic Biblical truths are confused and afraid to stand for Biblical truth.

I conversed recently with a former elected official and current candidate who is a Christian in Harris County. We discussed Biblical marriage, specifically my stand against the homosexual agenda. She indicated to me that, as Christians, we should not judge others by pointing out their sins, referring to the passage in John 8, “He who has no sin cast the first stone.” She felt that since all of us are sinners, we do not have the right to point out the sins of the world.

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New Fatwa Permits Rape of Non-Sunni Women In Syria

Yet another Islamic cleric recently made it permissible for the Islamic fighters waging a jihad in Syria—politely known as “the opposition”—to rape the nation’s women.

Salafi Sheikh Yasir al-‘Ajlawni, a Jordanian of origin who earlier lived in Damascus, Syria for 17 years, posted a YouTube video last week where he said he was preparing to issue a “legitimate fatwa” making it legal (in the eyes of Islam) for those Muslims fighting to topple secular president Bashar Assad and install Sharia law to “capture and have sex with” all non-Sunni women, specifically naming Assad’s own sect, the Alawites, as well as the Druze and several others, in short, all non-Sunnis and non-Muslims.

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