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  • How George Soros 'Rents' Evangelicals to Confuse Voters [2018]

    12/20/2019 11:15:34 PM PST · by libh8er · 41 replies
    Charisma News ^ | 10.22.2018
    Today the American Association of Evangelicals (AAE) released an explosive three-minute video: Soros' 'Rented Evangelicals,' exploring the Soros network's funding of "evangelical mascots" and a "Rent-an-Evangelical" tactic to confuse and divide the Christian vote for the pro-faith, pro-life Republican party. Democrat ministers Rev. Jim Wallis and allies are now touring many states on "Vote Common Good" buses to "flip Congress" and "reclaiming Jesus" to split the evangelical vote before the mid-term elections. The AAE video features the newly released voice recording of Wallis of Sojourners as he publicly denied that he was a recipient of Soros funding. Soon after, grants...
  • George Soros and his 'rented evangelicals' outed by Christian leaders

    10/23/2018 12:18:35 PM PDT · by Rusty0604 · 18 replies
    Washington Times ^ | 10/22/2018 | Cheryl K. Chumley
    A new video from the American Association of Evangelicalsreveals how George Soros, through his many funding ventures, has been busily infiltrating the Christian base in America to divide, and ultimately conquer, the religious minded within the Republican Party. Truly, with the left, political wars know no bounds. Nothing’s sacred; not when it comes to the leftists’ drive to succeed. Here’s what AAE put out in a press release: “Democrat ministers Rev. Jim Wallis and allies are now touring many states on ‘Vote Common Good’ buses to … split the evangelical vote before the mid-term elections. The AAE video features the...
  • Inside the mighty Dambuster

    01/16/2018 5:53:14 AM PST · by DFG · 13 replies
    UK Daily Mail ^ | 01/15/2018 | LEO MCKINSTRY
    The Dambusters Raid on the night of May 17, 1943, carried out by 19 Lancasters from Gibson’s squadron, has gone down in history as one of the most audacious exploits of World War II. Not only was the colossal Mohne dam breached, but a second, the Eder, was also smashed, while a third, the Sorpe, was damaged, though not broken. Although the attack cost the lives of 53 RAF airmen, it caused devastation to the German economy and gave a tremendous boost to public morale. The tale of the assault on the vast structures almost seemed a national metaphor for...
  • Jim Wallis: White Christians in America Need to Act More Christian Than White

    10/11/2014 5:22:45 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 83 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 10/11/2014 | Stephanie Samuel
    Sojourners President and Founder Jim Wallis, one of several faith leaders who are heading to Ferguson, Missouri this weekend to march for justice, is challenging Christians to put their faith ahead of their race when it comes to issues concerning racial relations. "If white Christians in America acted more Christian than white when it came to race, black parents would be less fearful for their children," said Wallis. Christians who put faith ahead of race would not be afraid to take on tough racial issues like the police shooting of an unarmed teen in Ferguson with their peers and fight...
  • A Drunk Trying to Make the Next Lamp Post [Hey, Jim Wallis, look at Detroit]

    07/20/2013 8:56:28 AM PDT · by rhema · 20 replies
    Blog and Mablog ^ | 7/19/13 | Douglas Wilson
    The old Bobby Bare song, Detroit City, has a refrain that centered on the desire to “go home.” Unfortunately, everywhere else is turning into Detroit City. Pretty soon there will be no home to go to. Detroit’s bankruptcy, announced yesterday, gives us an opportunity to go over a few fiscal realities, always a good idea if you are careening toward a whole series of fiscal reality checks. The first thing we must grasp is that we are dealing with levels of municipal debt, state-level debt, and federal debt, that mean a necessary default is coming. If our problems are left...
  • Jim Wallis Now Supports Same-Sex Marriage (Founder and CEO of Sojourners)

    04/08/2013 2:37:55 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 32 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 04/08/2013 | Napp Nazworth
    Long-time evangelical Left leader Jim Wallis, founder and CEO of Sojourners, has changed his position on government recognition of same-sex marriage. He announced his support in a Friday interview with The Huffington Post. Wallis said he is worried about the decline of marriage and wants to strengthen it, but believes that same-sex couples should be included in that endeavor. "I think we should include same-sex couples in that renewal of marriage, [but] I want to talk marriage first," Wallis said. "Marriage needs some strengthening. Let's start with marriage, and then I think we have to talk about, now, how to...
  • The Church as the Bride of Caesar

    07/30/2011 3:01:56 PM PDT · by NYer · 14 replies
    NRO ^ | July 27, 2011 | Fr. Robert A. Sirico
    It is telling that the Washington Post report on the religious Left’s Circle of Protection campaign for big government describes the effort as one that would “send chills through any politician who looks to churches and religious groups as a source of large voting blocs,” because, in fact, this is not an honest faith-inspired campaign to protect the “least of these” from Draconian government cuts, as claimed. It is a hyper-political movement that offers up the moral authority of churches and aid organizations to advance the ends of the Obama administration and its allies in Congress. The Circle of Protection, led by Jim Wallis and...
  • Circle of Protection Ads: A Telling Distortion of Scripture

    07/30/2011 7:19:21 AM PDT · by NYer · 5 replies
    Acton Institute ^ | July 29, 2011 | KENNETH SPENCE
    The Circle of Protection radio advertisements being broadcast in three states right now make their arguments, such as they are, from a quotation of the Bible and a federal poverty program that might be cut in a debt ceiling compromise. But the scriptural quotation is a serious misuse of the Book of Proverbs, and the claims about heating assistance programs are at best overblown: the ads are really not better than their goofy contemporary piano track.The Circle of Protection, of which the group Sojourners that produced the ads is a founding member, enjoyed the high honor of a meeting at...
  • Exceptional America? (D'Souza delivers TKO for the US. "Bad America" Willis' down for the count)

    04/08/2011 11:44:37 AM PDT · by This Just In · 4 replies
    The American Spectator ^ | 4.8.11 @ 6:07AM | Mark Tooley
    "We should be jubilant," D'Souza announced about the triumph of American free trade. "American foreign policy has made the world much better." America has uniquely sought both self-interest and global improvement, from which much of the world has gained. American ideas about "self-determination" are now influencing the Middle East, he noted. There will be no utopia, but American predominance in the world is infinitely better for the world than all the likely alternatives, such as Russia or China. "Thank God for America," D'Souza concluded.
  • Obama Spiritual Advisor Wallis: Confused Americans Think British Accent Makes You Smart

    12/26/2010 6:21:37 PM PST · by Pacothecat · 21 replies · 4+ views
    Obama Spiritual Advisor Wallis: Confused Americans Think British Accent Makes You Smart, Confused Beck Doesn’t Know Difference Between Nazis and Communists

    11/26/2010 10:13:54 PM PST · by Pacothecat · 30 replies · 1+ views
    ‘RELIGIOUS ASSASSINATION OF BARACK OBAMA’: SPIRITUAL ADVISER WALLIS ACCUSES FOX NEWS OF INTENTIONAL FAITH SMEAR CAMPAIGN“religious-assassination-of-barack-obama”-spiritual-adviser-wallis-accuses-fox-news-of-intentional-faith-smear-campaign/
  • Mennonite Takeover?

    11/13/2010 10:43:10 AM PST · by TitansAFC · 32 replies
    The American Spectator ^ | 10-4-10 | Mark Tooley
    This Summer, the Lutherans, or at least the Swiss-based Lutheran World Federation, apologized for persecuting pacifist Anabaptists 400 years ago. But given the ascendancy of Anabaptists among many U.S. evangelicals, their days as a small, persecuted minority are clearly long over. "We remember how Anabaptist Christians knew suffering and persecution, and we remember how some of our most honored Reformation leaders defended this persecution in the name of faithfulness," solemnly intoned Bishop Mark Hanson during a joint service of repentance in Germany with Mennonites from around the world. Hanson is both president of the global Lutheran group and chief prelate...
  • SF Chronicle: Anti-Muslim sentiment grows 9 years later

    09/11/2010 6:43:17 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 54 replies
    SF Chronicle ^ | September 11, 2010 | Joe Garofoli
    Nine years after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, one thing remains certain: Some politicians and media types can stir the nation's darker impulses. "This is a controversy ginned up by the right-wing media," said the Rev. Jim Wallis, a progressive evangelical Christian author and activist who serves on the advisory council to the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships. "People are making a mistake of believing what the media points to as real," Wallis said. "All you have to do to get attention - whether you're in a cave in Afghanistan or a pastor in Florida - is...
  • Soros Has a Pastor Close to Obama On His Payroll

    08/25/2010 6:56:14 AM PDT · by opentalk · 13 replies
    American Thinker ^ | August 25, 2010 | Ed Lasky
    The tangled web woven by George Soros served as a safety net for Barack Obama when he needed rescue from the exposure of Jeremiah Wright as an America-hating radical. Pastor Jim Wallis lied about receiving money from George Soros's Open Society Institute. His organization, Sojourners, is a leftist "social justice" type of ministry. He, and Sojourners, have a history with Barack Obama that I have been tracking for a few years. When the Jeremiah Wright scandal erupted, candidate Barack Obama had to find religion -- fast. Fortunately , for him, he had a backup Pastor in place and ready to...
  • Jim Wallis vs. the truth

    08/20/2010 8:45:41 AM PDT · by Skepolitic · 5 replies
    World ^ | August 18, 2010 | Marvin Olasky
    It’s almost an axiom of politics that the cover-up raises more questions than the crime. ... Half-way through a July 17 WORLD column I mentioned that in 2004 Sojourners, Jim [Wallis]’s organization, received $200,000 from billionaire George Soros, a financier of left-wing groups that push for abortion, atheism, bigger government, and other causes. ... Jim exploded: “It’s not hyperbole or overstatement to say that Glenn Beck lies for a living. I’m sad to see Marvin Olasky doing the same thing. No, we don’t receive money from Soros.” ... “We don’t receive money from George Soros. Our books are totally open,...
  • A liberal God? (regarding Jim Wallis' view of libertarians & the Tea Party)

    07/27/2010 12:39:07 AM PDT · by Brugmansian · 26 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 07/26/2010 | Doug Bandow
    Nothing seems to scare the populist Left more than the people. Protest the Obama administration’s big spending, pervasive centralizing, expansive regulating policies, and you must be an enemy of all that is good and true. Attend a Tea Party rally and you’re probably a racist and certainly not a Christian. At least that is the view of the leading left-wing evangelical Jim Wallis. Indeed, he sees the Tea Party as an essentially libertarian movement, which makes it doubly suspect. He declares: “Libertarianism has never been much of a multi-cultural movement. Need I say that racism—overt, implied, or even subtle—is not...
  • Wallis: How Christian Is Tea Party Libertarianism?

    06/05/2010 6:04:48 AM PDT · by Christian_Capitalist · 85 replies · 968+ views
    Jim Wallis announced last week his desire to start a “dialogue” on this question: “Just how Christian is the Tea Party Movement—and the Libertarian political philosophy that lies behind it?”Of course, Wallis isn’t suggesting that the movement be judged by whether it is explicitly Christian, but rather, by how it measures up to what Wallis refers to as “biblical ethics.”This is a perfectly reasonable question for a Christian to ask of any political movement. And as it happens, I agree with some of Wallis’s points. Still, Wallis’s attempt at an answer doesn’t inspire confidence that he’s thinking clearly about the...
  • Obama’s Faith Advisor Says It’s Wrong to Question Faith But Then Rants ‘Is Libertarianism Christian?

    05/29/2010 12:52:43 PM PDT · by Pacothecat · 14 replies · 416+ views
    Obama’s Faith Advisor Says It’s Wrong to Question Faith But Then Rants ‘Is Libertarianism Christian?’
  • New Arizona Immigration Laws Won't Work, Say Church Leaders

    04/25/2010 12:46:18 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 23 replies · 853+ views
    Christian Post ^ | 04/26/2010 | Ethan Cole
    Church leaders quickly voiced opposition to Arizona’s new immigration laws on Friday. They complain that not only will the rules be ineffective in solving the problem, but will promote discrimination. “All the religious leaders of Arizona know and understand that this law will not solve the issue of crime along the border or in our state, but it will demonize anyone who looks suspiciously like an undocumented person leading to inevitable racial profiling,” said the Rev. Jan Flaaten, executive director of Arizona Ecumenical Council, in a statement. “Our religious traditions ask us to treat people with dignity and respect, and...
  • Was Jesus a Marxist?

    04/17/2010 11:53:09 PM PDT · by Brugmansian · 39 replies · 996+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | April 18, 2010 | Robin Of Berkeley
    After my first Christmas mass, I felt strange for days. As hard as I tried, I couldn't put my finger on why. A week later, it dawned on me -- I felt peaceful. Aha! No wonder I was stumped! . . . I headed out to a few more lovely services -- at a synagogue, a Lutheran church, and, my personal favorite, Assemblies of God (as a perk, Sarah Palin's church of choice). While perusing the Yellow Pages, I eyed another contender -- a church in a nearby town that touted superb music and a dynamic congregation. When I called...