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Karen Pence working for a Christian school ?!?!?

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  • Karen Pence working for a Christian school ?!?!?


    "We can't have THAT !!!"

    Media attacks Vice presidents wife Karen Pence, she's resumed teaching art for a Christian school that doesn't follow the gay agenda.

    While Americans still have freedom of religion and religious practice, it's interesting to take note of who these groups attack, and who they don't attack.

    They DON'T attack people of the Islamic religion that kills gays - this is very well documented

    They don't say much about stories of gay people being murdered in other parts of the world... strange isn't it ?

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    Reports: 2 killed, dozens detained in gay purge in Chechnya
    By NATALIYA VASILYEVA, ASSOCIATED PRESS MOSCOW
    Jan 14, 2019, 2:39 PM ET

    https://abcnews.go.com/International...chnya-60355338

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    They're so concerned about "gays" and gay issues... as long as there's a way to tear down Christians while showing their fake "concern."

    As usual, liberals and their worry about "gays" is a lie. They only "care" for and nourish their hatred for Christians.

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    This month, Karen Pence resumed teaching art part-time to elementary students at Immanuel Christian School in Springfield, Virginia.

    But groups like the Human Rights Campaign and the American Civil Liberties Union are knocking the Second Lady because the school holds to a Christian view of sexuality.

    Its code of conduct requires staff to "live ... personal life(s) of moral purity" and its employment application lists "homosexual or lesbian sexual activity" as among the criteria that violates the job qualifications spelled out for employees.

    Pence blamed the dustup on the mainstream media.

    "The attacks on Christian education by the mainstream media have got to stop," the VP began.

    "We cherish the freedom of religion in this country.

    This administration stands four-square for the freedom of religion for people of all faiths and to see the mainstream media criticize my wife because she's choosing to return to the classroom of an elementary Christian school is wrong.

    Again, the attacks on Christian education must end."

    The American Family Association in an Action Alert to its supporters places the blame clearly on what it describes as "sexual-deviancy advocacy groups" that "do not believe any individual having connections to government like Mrs. Pence has the right to teach in accordance with their Christian faith."

    "The ACLU and HRC should remember that all people are legitimate citizens not just those that toe the liberal line," says AFA president Tim Wildmon.


    https://onenewsnow.com/culture/2019/...m-lgbtq-attack

  • #2
    Well, to be fair, the wife of the Vice President hasnt given them anything else to,hate. I mean, what else can they complain about.

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    • #3
      It's strange to me that they're not complaining about the gay purge going on in Chechnya

      They're so darn worried about the plight of "gays" ...as long as it can be used to play up their hate for Christians.

      So nevermind the following, it's more important to worry about the vice presidents wife working at a Christian school LOL...

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      The Russian republic of Chechnya has launched a new crackdown on gays in which at least two people have died and about 40 people have been detained, LGBT activists in Russia charged Monday.

      The new allegations come after reports in 2017 of more than 100 gay men arrested and subjected to torture, and some of them killed, in the predominantly Muslim region in southern Russia.

      The Associated Press and other media outlets have interviewed some of the victims, who spoke about torture at the hands of Chechen law enforcement officers. Chechen authorities have denied those accusations, and federal authorities conducted a probe into the earlier reports but said they found nothing to support the charges.

      Alvi Karimov, a spokesman for Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, told the Interfax news agency on Monday that the latest reports are "complete lies and don't have an ounce of truth in them." Karimov insisted that no one has been detained in Chechnya on suspicion of being gay.

      But the Russian LGBT Network, which has been monitoring the situation in Chechnya and helping victims, said in a statement Monday that about 40 men and women have been detained on suspicion of being gay since December and that at least two of them have died of torture in detention. The detainees are believed held at the same facility that was named in the 2017 reports.

      ..."Widespread detentions, torture and killings of gay people have resumed in Chechnya," Igor Kochetkov, program director at the Russian LGBT Network said. "Persecution of men and women suspected of being gay never stopped. It's only that its scale has been changing."


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      https://abcnews.go.com/International...chnya-60355338

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      • #4
        The venom and hate for all things Christian gets worse every year.

        Our "media" is disgusting.

        Such open hate for the religion that America was built upon, tells us that these people want to "fundamentally transform" America just like their demiGod obama did.

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        My wife and I have been in the public eye for quite a while. Were used to the criticism, Pence told Eternal World Television Network. But I have to tell you, to see major news organizations attacking Christian education, is deeply offensive to us.

        We have a rich tradition in America of Christian education and, frankly, religious education broadly defined. We celebrate it. The freedom of religion is enshrined in the Constitution of the United States. The Constitution prohibits a religious test for holding a public office and so well let the other critics roll off our back, but this criticism of Christian education in America should stop.

        The second lady, however, seemed excited to be back in the classroom through May as she said in a White House statement she is looking forward to doing what I love to do, which is to teach art to elementary students. I have missed teaching art, and its great to return to the school where I taught art for twelve years.


        https://ijr.com/vp-pence-critics-wife-christian-school/

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post
          It's strange to me that they're not complaining about the gay purge going on in Chechnya

          They're so darn worried about the plight of "gays" ...as long as it can be used to play up their hate for Christians.

          So nevermind the following, it's more important to worry about the vice presidents wife working at a Christian school LOL...
          Saudis and most other Middle East countries kill off homosexuals in the most heinous ways. You already know the democraps would hate Trump for it in a heartbeat if they could reference it to him... but they cant so they have to settle for this kind of pure nonsense against the Vice Presidents wife.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by DavidSF View Post
            Saudis and most other Middle East countries kill off homosexuals in the most heinous ways.
            And yet these democratmedia creatures seem hell-bent on importing as many followers of Islam from these regions, as they can to America !?!?

            .. and ignoring what these followers of Islam do to one of their favorite victim groups (gays).

            What ?

            Is this an underhanded way to rid America of gays while preaching how great it is to "tolerate" them ?

            "We'll let the Muslims take care of our 'gay' problem."

            Originally posted by DavidSF View Post
            You already know the democraps would hate Trump for it in a heartbeat if they could reference it to him... but they cant so they have to settle for this kind of pure nonsense against the Vice Presidents wife.
            The hate for the founding faith of our country is so well documented that only fools or liars will say it's not there.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

              And yet these democratmedia creatures seem hell-bent on importing as many followers of Islam from these regions, as they can to America !?!?

              .. and ignoring what these followers of Islam do to one of their favorite victim groups (gays).

              What ?

              Is this an underhanded way to rid America of gays while preaching how great it is to "tolerate" them ?

              "We'll let the Muslims take care of our 'gay' problem."



              The hate for the founding faith of our country is so well documented that only fools or liars will say it's not there.
              Founding faith of our country? Once again you demonstrate your ignorance of American history.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by redrover View Post

                Founding faith of our country? Once again you demonstrate your ignorance of American history.
                Yes, Christianity was an integral part of Americas founding.

                That you would call me ignorant of Americas history for saying this, a statement backed up by the founding history of America, shows your own profound ignorance.

                The Bible was part of Education in America even

                American schools thus began with the Puritans in the 1600s to insure Bible literacy. As expected, the Bible was the core of learning in schools. The New England Primer, the first reader in America, included Bible truths, stories, poems, hymns, and prayers. The Puritans founded many of the first colleges and universities in Americaincluding Harvard, Yale, and Dartmouthand they did so with a strong Christian purpose. For example, Harvards rules and precepts declared, Let every student be plainly instructed and earnestly pressed to consider well that the main end of his life and studies is to know God and Jesus Christ which is eternal life, John 17:3, and therefore to lay Christ in the bottom as the only foundation of all knowledge and learning. These and future schools shaped the leaders and thinkers of early America including the Founding Fathers of the United States.

                https://thefounding.net/schools-begin-united-states/


                Then..

                These two landmark Supreme Court decisions centered on the place of religion in public education, and particularly the place of Protestantism, which had long been accepted as the given American faith tradition. Both decisions ultimately changed the face of American civil society, and in turn, helped usher in the last half-century of the culture wars.

                ...

                Bible reading was still allowed in many of the nations public schools. Yet it had become so nonsectarian, or at least considered as such, that by the mid-twentieth century, many courts ruled that such practices were actually devoid of religious purpose.


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                https://religionandpolitics.org/2012...ublic-schools/



                Originally posted by redrover View Post
                Founding faith of our country? Once again you demonstrate your ignorance of American history. - I'm rover and I don't know what I'm talking about

                No answer to the above... Typical troll, spew nonsense and hate, then run off.

                Go play outside.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post

                  Yes, Christianity was an integral part of Americas founding.

                  That you would call me ignorant of Americas history for saying this, a statement backed up by the founding history of America, shows your own profound ignorance.

                  The Bible was part of Education in America even

                  American schools thus began with the Puritans in the 1600s to insure Bible literacy. As expected, the Bible was the core of learning in schools. The New England Primer, the first reader in America, included Bible truths, stories, poems, hymns, and prayers. The Puritans founded many of the first colleges and universities in Americaincluding Harvard, Yale, and Dartmouthand they did so with a strong Christian purpose. For example, Harvards rules and precepts declared, Let every student be plainly instructed and earnestly pressed to consider well that the main end of his life and studies is to know God and Jesus Christ which is eternal life, John 17:3, and therefore to lay Christ in the bottom as the only foundation of all knowledge and learning. These and future schools shaped the leaders and thinkers of early America including the Founding Fathers of the United States.

                  https://thefounding.net/schools-begin-united-states/


                  Then..

                  These two landmark Supreme Court decisions centered on the place of religion in public education, and particularly the place of Protestantism, which had long been accepted as the given American faith tradition. Both decisions ultimately changed the face of American civil society, and in turn, helped usher in the last half-century of the culture wars.

                  ...

                  Bible reading was still allowed in many of the nations public schools. Yet it had become so nonsectarian, or at least considered as such, that by the mid-twentieth century, many courts ruled that such practices were actually devoid of religious purpose.


                  ...

                  https://religionandpolitics.org/2012...ublic-schools/






                  No answer to the above... Typical troll, spew nonsense and hate, then run off.

                  Go play outside.
                  You don't know this but the founders intentionally put up a beautiful 30 foot concrete wall between your faith and the US government and best of all Mexico didn't have to pay for it. I know you folks like to say this is a Christian nation, Where does that leave the many people who are non-Christian. Are they second class citizens?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by redrover View Post

                    You don't know this but the founders intentionally put up a beautiful 30 foot concrete wall between your faith and the US government and best of all Mexico didn't have to pay for it. I know you folks like to say this is a Christian nation, Where does that leave the many people who are non-Christian. Are they second class citizens?
                    Definitely in the running for most disjointed, idiotic post, ever.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by DavidSF View Post

                      Definitely in the running for most disjointed, idiotic post, ever.
                      Just trying to educate our friend Captain Trips who doesn't seem to understand the foundations of our country.Pull up a chair and learn something.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by redrover View Post

                        Just trying to educate our friend Captain Trips who doesn't seem to understand the foundations of our country.Pull up a chair and learn something.
                        So while I'm doing this learning, I'm of course curious to learn about this "beautiful 30 foot concrete wall between [my] faith and the US government."

                        Where IS that wall ?

                        I'm not seeing it ....

                        I'll git my telescope and I'll git my microscope and keep lookin' ... any clues ?

                        Originally posted by DavidSF View Post

                        Definitely in the running for most disjointed, idiotic post, ever.
                        More fun that an open cask... than a debate with rover LOL

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                        • #13
                          Some things for our friend rover to read,

                          ... though I'm skeptical of his ability TOO read.

                          Still, here it is, the information he needs to escape the ignorance he accuses ME of

                          CHRISTIAN LIFE AND CHARACTER OF THE CIVIL INSTITUTIONS OF THE UNITED STATES

                          https://store.americanvision.org/pro...-united-states

                          free pdf version

                          http://preteristarchive.com/Books/pd...stitutions.pdf

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post
                            Some things for our friend rover to read,

                            ... though I'm skeptical of his ability TOO read.

                            Still, here it is, the information he needs to escape the ignorance he accuses ME of

                            CHRISTIAN LIFE AND CHARACTER OF THE CIVIL INSTITUTIONS OF THE UNITED STATES

                            https://store.americanvision.org/pro...-united-states

                            free pdf version

                            http://preteristarchive.com/Books/pd...stitutions.pdf
                            Speaking of reading I just read that the Catholic Church the granddaddy of all Christian ignorance didn't admit that the earth orbits the sun until 1992.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by redrover View Post

                              Speaking of reading I just read that the Catholic Church the granddaddy of all Christian ignorance didn't admit that the earth orbits the sun until 1992.
                              So the earth started orbiting the sun in 1992

                              ...according to the catholic church

                              Sounds a lot like what comes from "the state of California"

                              Everything under the sun is "known to cause Cancer in the state of California"

                              https://www.latimes.com/business/la-...831-story.html

                              https://www.newsweek.com/heres-why-e...ifornia-798750

                              ... sounds like a dangerous place LOL

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