- - Thursday, July 14, 2016

1| ‘God’s Not Dead 2’ Billboard Nixed at GOP Convention After11 Being Called “Incendiary”

***But a billboard that depicts Donald Trump and Ted Cruz kissing? You can see that one right now in Cleveland, 5 minutes from the RNC. 

2| Canadian Anglicans vote down same-sex marriage

A passionate debate on whether the Anglican Church of Canada should bless same-sex marriages came to a head Monday when delegates to their triennial conference voted against authorizing such unions.

More than 200 delegates to the church’s six-day General Synod just north of Toronto rejected the resolution after speakers lined up to make their points, with most speaking in favour of the resolution.

In order to pass, the resolution required two-thirds support from each of three orders — lay, clergy and bishops.

The bishops voted 68.42 per cent in favour of the resolution, and the lay delegates voted 72.22 per cent in favour. However, the clergy voted 66.23 per cent, just missing the percentage needed.

3| John MacArthur, pastor and college/seminary president, responds to California SB 1146: An Imminent Attack on Religious Liberty |The Master’s Seminary

“SB 1146 challenges the very foundation of religious liberty that has been part of the heritage of the United States of America,” said Dr. MacArthur, president of The Master’s College.

He goes on to say, “Freedom of religion is part of what makes our country and state what they are, and to restrict this freedom of religion goes against the very Constitution that we follow.”

In addressing the LGBT issues attached to this bill Dr. MacArthur states, “The Master’s College is clear about its biblical position in regard to LGBT issues. We love and care for all people, but we are obligated by our articles of incorporation and our bylaws to teach and practice what we believe in every aspect of campus operation.”


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