Month: February 2005

MD Citizens Group Irate Over Pilot Sex-Ed Program

MD Citizens Group Irate Over Pilot Sex-Ed Program Jim Brown and Jody Brown February 16, 2005 (AgapePress) – A Maryland school district is under fire for teaching middle-school students that homosexuality and “same-gender sex experimentation” are normal. The Montgomery County School District is currently overseeing a pilot program in six schools that includes new pro-homosexual

Intolerant Homosexual Protests

Illinois Pro-Family Leader Condemns Intolerant Homosexual Protests Ed Thomas February 16, 2005 (AgapePress) – Historic Moody Church in Chicago, Illinois, was the location for a scene uncommon to that site last Saturday — a protest from a radical homosexual group that denounced the church as “a house of hate.” Homosexual activists nationwide proclaimed Saturday as

Applause in the Airport? Beyond the Beer Commercial …

Applause in the Airport? Beyond the Beer Commercial … It Happens … It Really Happens Matt Friedeman, PhD February 10, 2005 (AgapePress) – Rick from Winona, Mississippi, called my state-wide talk radio program this week. Sometimes, you get a phone call that ought to be read in the broader market. On the program that day

WorldNetDaily: Family of slain Christians speaks out

Egyptian immigrants’ kin ‘not ruling anything out’ about motive February 16, 2005 By Sherrie Gossett WASHINGTON – Relatives of a brutally slain New Jersey Christian family spoke out yesterday for the first time at a National Press Club news conference. The bodies of the Coptic-American family, including father Hossam Armanious, 47, his wife Amal Garas,

Uplifting turn to minivan’s mountain plunge

Monday, February 14, 2005 By John Ingold As Joe Sullivan drove toward a sharp curve on notoriously dangerous Red Mountain Pass south of Ouray, he carefully turned the steering wheel to the right to make the turn. Nothing happened. Sullivan’s minivan – which carried his wife, son and daughter, as well as a friend of

China House Church Members Detail Increasing Persecution, Torture

Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2005 Posted: 3:38:10PM EST The Christian Post Members of the underground house church in China detailed the increasing persecution and torture of Christians during a press conference late last week in Washington D.C. Ms. Liu Xianzhi (Sarah) recounts her experience of torture by Chinese police. Bob Fu, president of China Aid Association,

The Christian’s Calling

2005/2/15 16:20:11 By Michael John McCrae “26 For ye see your calling, brethren, how that not many wise men after the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble, are called: 27 But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world

Intelligent design a worthy rival to theory of evolution

Posted on Tue, Feb. 15, 2005 Intelligent design a worthy rival to theory of evolution BY JAY SEKULOW Attorney Clarence Darrow argued 80 years ago in the Scopes monkey trial in Tennessee that denying the right to teach Darwinian evolution in schools violated fundamental academic freedom. Now, evolutionists argue that their theory of life should

Pro-Homosexual Public School Propaganda

Lawmaker Calls Pro-Homosexual Play Typical Public School Propaganda By Jim Brown February 14, 2005 (AgapePress) – A Virginia legislator is expressing outrage over a public high school play in which two male students engaged in a homosexual kiss onstage. Delegate Dick Black of Loudon is angered that the Loudon County School District approved the play.

Broadcast Indecency Laws Worthless

FRC Attorney: Unless Enforced, Tougher Broadcast Indecency Laws Worthless By Bill Fancher and Rusty Pugh February 14, 2005 (AgapePress) – Legislation and representation. Those are two areas of influence a pro-family advocate says could have major impact on the content of television and radio broadcasts in the near future. But unless indecency laws are enforced,