Aftermath of the 2012 Election ~ By Chris Pinto


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Chris speaks about returning from his 9 days of filming in the U.K. and weighs in on the presidential election. Why did Obama win? And what does this mean for the Church in America? Also discussed is an article by Brannon Howse on the role of the New Religious Right in the election results. Is God judging America because the Church has compromised the Gospel on behalf of political conservatism?

To listen to the program, click on the link entitled “ELECTION 2012 – WHAT HAPPENED?“.

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Chris continues his discussion of the recent presidential election, sifting through the “wreckage” of what happened with the hope the Church had that Obama would be ousted from office. Is it possible that our situation in America parallels that of the prophet Daniel and ancient Israel? Daniel’s prayer to God on behalf of his nation provides powerful lessons and insights that we can consider as believers today.

To listen to the program, click on the link entitled “ELECTION 2012 – THE AFTERMATH“.

America & Bible Prophecy

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Chris talks about America’s role in Bible prophecy.  Learn what scripture says and how it pertains to America according to Bible scholars.  Hear more clips on Dr. Ian Paisley on other gospels and Revelation.

To listen to the program, click on the link entitled “America & Bible Prophecy“.

The heresy of dominionism teaches the church that Christ wants his church to conquer the world before he returns. Dominion theology can be seen in American churches throughout the country, and it is also promoted by Christian media.

The following article entitled “Reclaiming the 7 Mountains of Culture” is an example of the dominionist’s philosophy, and it is also a sad reminder of the, world dominating, harlot church of Revelation 17:1-9, and is also described in Revelation 17:18. Also, this harlot church is the apostate city of Rome. She is a dominionist as well, and her slogan is “the church militant – the church triumphant”. Throughout her reign, she claimed to be the one true church, while killing Christians and Jews. Therefore, the adherents of dominionism are not in good company.

America’s partnership with the harlot church of Rome can be see in the following Wickipedia articles entitled “Daniel Carroll” and “Bishop John Carroll“. Daniel, and John, Carroll, were members  of a highly influential Jesuit family. Both played major roles in the founding of America.

Rome, to this day, still considers Washington D.C. as its ally, and even a “sister city”, as described in the following article.

Musei Capitolini

June 7, 2011, the Mayor of Rome, Gianni Alemanno, opens the exhibition of the Capitoline Venus at one of the most prestigious museums in the United States and the world, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. The great treasure preserved at the Capitoline Museums in Rome will be precious witness to the “Sister City” treaty of friendship and collaboration between the two capital cities.

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To learn more about Washington D.C.’s longstanding alliance with Rome, click on the link to Justin D. Fulton’s book, entitled “Washington in the Lap of Rome“.

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Enemies within the Household of Faith ~ By Chris Pinto


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Chris talks more about the true history of America and those who play important parts in the church today.  What could be the agenda behind some of these church leaders?  Learn more about the dangers of “Politicized Christianity.”  Hear from Dr. Ian Paisley on the prophecy of Daniel.

To listen to the program, click on the link entitled “Enemies within the Household of Faith“.

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Obama’s Islamic Ring



NEW YORK – As a student at Harvard Law School, then-bachelor Barack Obama’s practice of wearing a gold band on his wedding-ring finger puzzled his colleagues.

Now, newly published photographs of Obama from the 1980s show that the ring Obama wore on his wedding-ring finger as an unmarried student is the same ring Michelle Robinson put on his finger at the couple’s wedding ceremony in 1992.

Moreover, according to Arabic-language and Islamic experts, the ring Obama has been wearing for more than 30 years is adorned with the first part of the Islamic declaration of faith, the Shahada: “There is no god except Allah.”

The Shahada is the first of the Five Pillars of Islam, expressing the two fundamental beliefs that make a person a Muslim: There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad is Allah’s prophet.

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War on Consciousness Pt. 21 – The Jesuits & The Gay Rights Movement

Roman Catholicism takes an official stance against homosexuality, and gay marriage. Nevertheless, its dominate Jesuit order, has been outspoken in its promotion, and advocacy for homosexuality, and gay marriage. In this way, Rome can be seen on both sides of the struggle that deceives many conservative Christians into partnering with Rome as they fight against the, so-called, “common enemy” that Rome claims to have. The whole while, conservatives do not take the time to realize that their, Roman Catholic, allies  are also on the other side fighting against them. Neither do these Christians stop to remember the claim that says “many homosexuals are the result of child molestation”, and one of the oldest institutions that molests children is Roman Catholicism. Therefore, the conservatives’ partner within the cultural crusade to reclaim the nation for God, is actually one of the chief producers of homosexuals.

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With the United States Conference of Catholic Bishop’s very public battle against same-sex marriage and the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith’s recent condemnation of Mercy Sr. Margaret Farley’s sexual ethics book, Just Love, it seems hard to remember a time when the Roman Catholic Church wasn’t fixated on LGBT issues.

In “Taking a Chance on God,” Irish-born filmmaker Brendan Fay reminds us that not only is this struggle relatively new in church history, but the momentum behind the movement began with one courageous priest and his groundbreaking book.
The film offers a portrait of John McNeill, the Jesuit priest who was silenced in 1977 for his book The Church and the Homosexualand, nine years later, was expelled from his order for refusing to stay silent in his ministry to gay and lesbian Catholics.

The film had its New York City premiere this weekend as part of the 40th anniversary celebration of the New York chapter of Dignity USA, a community McNeill helped found. The film includes a number of insightful interviews from fellow priest activist Dan McCarthy, theologian Mary Hunt, openly gay priest Bernard Lynch, gay rights activist Ginny Appuzzo, and the late activist Jesuit Fr. Robert Carter.

Fay’s documentary offers a full depiction of McNeill’s life as well as a window into the gay struggle for liberation in both church and society amid the terrifying backdrop of the AIDS crisis. Two sections of the film are particularly powerful: McNeill’s calling to the priesthood and his calling forth out of the silence imposed on him by the Vatican.

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A Jesuit priest who serves as pastor of a parish in the Archdiocese of Seattle has told National Public Radio that opposition to same-sex marriage is a denial of civil rights.

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Loyola Marymount to Promote Gay “Marriage,” Cancels Fundraiser

Responding to concerns raised by The Cardinal Newman Society, Loyola Marymount University (LMU) has stopped describing a campus performance on September 7 as a fundraiser for the gay-rights organization that is challenging California’s ban on same-sex “marriage.”

But LMU appears to be pushing forward with the event, featuring a student and faculty reading of the play “8” which promotes gay “marriage.”

The two organizations that were to receive donations are the American Foundation for Equal Rights (AFER) and Broadway Impact, which together have licensed readings of the play “8” at colleges and other venues nationwide.  AFER is fighting in federal court to overturn California’s voter-approved ban on same-sex “marriage,” and the case is now headed to the U.S. Supreme Court.  Broadway Impact is an organization of actors, directors and playwrights to promote same-sex “marriage.”

As of Monday, LMU’s online calendar and the website of its Office of LGBT Student Services promoted the event as a fundraiser for AFER and Broadway Impact.  The director of LGBT Student Services, Anthony Garrison-Engbrecht, was identified as the organizer.

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GU Pride is commited to working for a more just and equitable society, one in which all LGBTQ people are fully accepted by the world around them. Throughout the upcoming year, we will be organizing and sponsoring various opportunities for all members of the Georgetown community to work toward ending discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.

We will do this by:

  • Promoting the elimination of prejudice and discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity
  • Providing access and referrals for all individuals to the resources of the LGBTQA community
  • Providing opportunities to develop individual well-being and community cohesiveness
  • Providing educational resources and events for the Georgetown population at large about the LGBTQA community

We also host a number of social events for members and non-members alike to come, have fun, relax, and just have a generally good time.

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Former NFL Commissioner Paul J. Tagliabue and his wife, Chandler Tagliabue, have donated $1 million to Georgetown University for the creation of a new program to assist LGBT students.

In a statement released on Oct. 26, the university said the gift will establish the Tagliabue Initiative for LGBT Life: Fostering Formation and Transformation, which will be overseen by Georgetown University’s LGBTQ Resource Center.

The LGBTQ Resource Center, the first such center at a Catholic university, opened on the Georgetown campus in 2008.

“The Center is inspired by Catholic and Jesuit principles of respect for the dignity of all and education of the whole person, and we are very pleased to support its services that provide a safe, inclusive and respectful environment for LGBTQ students and promote their acceptance in the entire campus community,” the Tagliabues said in the statement.

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The Rev. Robert Carter, who in the early 1970s was one of the first Roman Catholic priests in the country to declare publicly that he was gay and who helped found the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, died Feb. 22 in the Bronx. He was 82.

 His death, at a Jesuit health care facility, was confirmed by the Rev. Thomas R. Slon, executive assistant to the provincial of the New York Province of the Society of Jesus.

Father Carter’s coming out was a very public one. In October 1973, Dr. Howard J. Brown, a former New York City health services administrator, announced that he was gay and that he was forming a civil rights organization for homosexual men and women. Then called the National Gay Task Force, it later became the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force.

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Mitt Romney: ‘We’re All Children of the Same God’



Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made reference to a universal god during Wednesday night’s presidential debate via a single statement not particularly related to the debate issues at hand.

“We’re a nation that believes that we’re all children of the same God,” Romney said.

He had referred to the Constitution just moments prior, noting that Americans are “endowed by their Creator with unalienable rights,” and that among them include happiness. Romney was advising the audience that he wanted people to have happy lives by living successfully in America.

Romney’s wife Ann, who was present in the audience, had made a similar statement in a previous speech.

“We are all children of the same God, and we have to come together to solve our problems and not be fighting so much,” she said.

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Billy Graham’s Staff Removed Page Labeling Mormonism a ‘Cult’ After Graham’s Endorsement of Romney



Billy Graham, who is considered one of the most renowned evangelical leaders of the 21st century, recently endorsed Republican candidate Mitt Romney for the office of president. Following a meeting with Romney, Graham’s ministry removed a page from its website that referred to Mormonism as being a “cult.”

According to reports, Graham, 93, met with Romney at his home in Montreat, North Carolina, during which the two shared cookies and soft drinks together. The meeting lasted approximately 30 minutes, and concluded with Graham praying with Romney.

“I’ll do all I can to help you. And you can quote me on that,” Graham told the Republican candidate, a longstanding Mormon.

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Below is a copy of the deleted web-page.

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