Month: July 2005

Homosexual Porn Site Ad Comes Down After Pro-Family Protest

By Jim Brown July 29, 2055 (AgapePress) – Complaints from outraged pro-family activists have prompted communications giant Clear Channel to remove a billboard in the Boston area that advertised a pornographic homosexual website. The controversial billboard featured two bare-chested men embracing while draped with an American flag. The sign on Massachusetts Avenue read, “Come together.

WPU Censures Student for Expressing Biblical Beliefs Against Homosexuality

By Jim Brown and Jenni Parker July 29, 2005 (AgapePress) – A 63-year-old campus technician and student at a New Jersey university who sent a private e-mail describing lesbianism and homosexuality as “perversions” has been formally reprimanded by the school for violating its non-discrimination policy. Part-time student Jihad Daniel made his comment in response to

Christian Law Student Group Denied Recognition

By Jim Brown July 29, 2005 (AgapePress) – The Christian Legal Society chapter at Southern Illinois University Law School is asking a federal court to order the law school to reinstate the evangelical group as an official student organization. CLS filed suit in April, alleging the law school violated its First Amendment and Fourteenth Amendment

The Political Left Gets Religion

And, Frankly, It Provides a Little Comedy to Watch the ‘Bridge-Builders’ Burn Them By Matt Friedeman July 28, 2005 (AgapePress) – The Party of the Left Wing, known best for its tax-increasing, huge-spending, pro-abortion sentiments, looked at the polls in the last election and noticed something big-time. First, seriously religious people vote. Two — they

Ask Congress to Make Companies Offer Cable Choice

By Bill Fancher July 28, 2005 (AgapePress) – Twenty-five organizations are taking on the cable industry over what they are calling a parents’ rights issue bill. Lanier Swann of Concerned Women for America (CWA) says it is time Congress stepped into the battle over who chooses what kind of cable programming comes into each subscriber

Circumcision ‘helps to halt HIV’

BBC News New research suggests circumcision could be effective in preventing the spread of HIV among men. The study of more than 3,000 men in South Africa was done by the French agency for Aids and Viral Hepatitis. The data, outlined at a conference in Brazil, shows male circumcision prevented about seven of 10 infections.

ACLU Sues To Allow Qur’an For Oaths

This is a particularly bad idea, especially as the Qur’an allows adherents to lie, if lying furthers the cause of Islam. Robert Spencer: “The idea that all these texts teach the same values is a multiculturalist dogma with no basis in fact” RALEIGH, N.C. — The religious texts of Islam, Judaism, Hinduism and faiths other

Christ, not commandments, foundation of Christian faith

The ten commandments are considered the foundation for law in our country and do not ‘establish’ any particular religion. By E.H. Zimmermann Posted on Mon, Jul. 25, 2005 Regarding the column by Dan K. Thomasson, “Rulings hit women, press, non-Christians” (July 3): Thomasson should get his facts straight before he pontificates about the Christian faith.

Christian loses battle over Sunday work

I found this particularly disturbing in that they “held his sacking was not connected with his religious beliefs”. What else do you call it when an employer fires you because you object to something based on your beliefs? By Nikki Tait,Law Courts Correspondent Published: July 26 2005 A devout Christian who lost his job as

High Court Judicial Tyrants Redefined Eminent Domain

By Ed Thomas July 26, 2005 (AgapePress) – The controversial court ruling on the United States’ eminent domain law in the case of Kelo v. City of New London continues to spawn outrage among critics of the decision. One Christian activist and constitutional attorney is saying the ruling is just the latest example of judicial