Skip to comments.Palin, Jesus and Witches??? (Another Newsweak Hitpiece on Sarah Palin)
Posted on 10/29/2008 3:56:07 PM PDT by St. Louis Conservative
Seven days before America elects a new leadership team, Newsweek is making a last-ditch attempt to portray GOP vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin as a religious nut.
In her article "Jesus and Witches," Newsweek Religion Editor Lisa Miller suggests Palin believes in witchcraft, thinks the world is coming to a fiery end in her lifetime, and may have a "special sense of destiny" fueled by her "apocalyptic theology" and Alaskan "Last Frontier identity." Miller even hints Palin may be anti-Semitic.
The ominous subhead reads: "Video clips of Sarah Palin attending Alaska church services have raised questions about her views on Christianity and government." Miller raises those questions, but she never answers them. If you go to the story expecting to find fresh information about Palin's theological views and how she might apply them to public policy, you'll be badly disappointed.
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Diver, meet deep end. Yeesh!
This story was thin gruel in its first telling. Reheated. Forgetaboutit.
And yet she is not bothered by Barry the Marxist pastor calling on God to damn the USA. How selective this waste of paper is.
These pukes are in for a bad night.
It’s sad to see so many people in the newsmedia who are scared to death by someone who actually believes and practices what the Bible teaches.
Does she float? Did she turn Miller into a Newt?
As did Moses (Exodus 22:18 Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live); as did Paul (Eph 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places).
thinks the world is coming to a fiery end
2 Peter 3:10 But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up.
in her lifetime,
We all have a destination with death, with eternity set before us. Whether we die due to some illness or accident this very night, or whether we go up in the conflaguration that consumes the world -- it really doesn't matter. What matters whether you are in Christ. It is better to walk with an urgency for yourselves and those that might be lost - with the expectation that the end is nigh, then to sleep-walk through life pretending you have all the time in the world to be saved...
And pigs may fly out of my butt... This qualifier word can be put in front of any following remark...
have a "special sense of destiny"
And well she should have a "special sense of destiny". She is a child of God and she should consider herself as having a "special sense of destiny."
fueled by her "apocalyptic theology" and Alaskan "Last Frontier identity."
She believes the end of the world will be in an apocalyptic manner (kind of like the title of the last Book of the Bible: 'the Apocalypse'), and she believes that being self-reliant, and not dependent on the fairy-godmothers of Washington DC is a good thing (being dependent on DC really worked out well for the Katrina crowd in New Orleans).
Miller even hints Palin may be anti-Semitic.
Yes, she keeps a flag of Israel in her office. She's a Bible believer. Her Messiah was made of the seed of David according to the flesh... And she is anti-Semitic. Oh, I forgot - it was only a "hint"...
These writers are not only useless - they are menace.
Lisa Miller probably believes in witchcraft, not Gov. Sarah Palin. Every time I pick up a used Newsweek magazine, I am glad that I do not bother with it; just junk and worse.
Oh! so that how they got OBomber to the house of that Karl Rove plant Joe the Plumber
See it yet, John McCain? Still think we have no business mentioning Jeremiah Wright?