Friday, 23 March 2007

Gay oppression overrules freedom of religion rights in the UK

Here is one of the problems with the homosexual community. They have no respect for freedom of religion rights. A law has now been passed that makes it against the law for a religious school to teach that homosexuality is wrong. Remember, this is a private religious school; not a public school. A religious school should have the right to teach in accordance to it's faith. Government control of a religious school ends up defeating the purpose of forming a religious school in the first place.

Do you notice that nobody screams "separation of church and state" when it's the government that is interfering with church business? Homosexuals claim that they just want rights for themselves, but binding religious schools is not necessary to get those rights. What the homosexual community is trying to do is dismantle freedom of religion rights and are using "gay rights" (which is in reality, gay oppression of the religious community) as a cover in order to do that. This assault on freedom of religion must be stopped and must not spread in the rest of the world.


Saturday, 17 March 2007

The problem with nostalgia message boards

I've gone to various nostalgia message boards that talk about different past eras. Some may talk about the 80s while others will cover the 50s to the 90s. It's nice that they attempt to preserve these eras. However, the problem with all the ones that I've been to is that they have been way too influenced by the politically-correct views of today.

For example, I remember the 80s as a decade full of wholesome entertainment, and where true freedom of speech truly existed. However, when I go to these nostalgia message boards, I see moderators/administrators with all their left-wing garbage and limited freedom of speech. It is my belief that a nostalgia message board should reflect as much as possible, the era that they represent. For example, Archie Bunker and George Jefferson were able to speak their minds, but I can't do that on their message boards. However, I was able to speak my mind during the decades that these message boards supposedly represent.

Another thing is nostalgia message boards need to be more Christian friendly. I'm not saying that you have to have a Bible study, but you have to remember that a lot of Christians will come to a nostalgia message board because they miss the good old days when Christianity was more accepted. So imagine the disappointment when they come to your nostalgia message and find the same politically-correct garbage that they sought to escape from?

If I were running a nostalgia message board, I would run it as if we were still back in the 80s without the politically-correct garbage of today; and that's the way it should be.

Thursday, 8 March 2007

Facing The Giants

I just watched this movie on DVD and I love it! It's not every day that you see a good quality Christian movie released. It was shown in movie theatres in some parts of the US, but as far as I know, not where I live, but they should have.

The movie teaches good spiritual lessons that can not only be applied in football, but in everything in your life. It teaches you to do your best effort in everything and to trust in God, even when things are not going good at the moment. Each and every one of us have giants we have to face in our lives. This movie will inspire you to face them and to do your very best!


Friday, 2 March 2007

Publisher/Founder of Popular Black Lesbian Magazine Leaves Gay Lifestyle to “Give Heart and Soul to God”

This is truly a miracle. Venus was originally a magazine for the Black homosexual community to promote gay rights and provide comfort for them, but that has changed. The target audience is the same, and they still provide comfort, but now they have a new mission. That is for homosexuals to leave that lifestyle and give their lives to God!

Charlene Cothran, the Publisher/Founder of Venus magazine was a Black lesbian who left the lifestyle and now wants to help others who want to leave it.

Cothran said, “I must come out of the closet again. I have recently experienced the power of change that came over me once I completely surrendered to the teachings of Jesus Christ.”

You can click here to read Cothran's full testimony