"O’Reilly first came to prominence when I was a teenager, and has ruled cable news almost since that time. He was one of the most successful anchors in the history of broadcasting, and wielded enormous influence. Now he will slink off the scene in disgrace. There will be no retirement party. No sentimental retrospectives on his career. No farewell special with a who’s who of political leaders. . . . As Christians observe the pitiful end to all this success we can learn several crucial lessons."
In this five-minute video clip taken from a talk entitled, "The Modern Church's Sissified Jesus," Voddie Baucham refutes the claim that Jesus never said anything about homosexuality.
Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore plans to run in the upcoming special election for Alabama's seat in the U.S. Senate. Moore made his campaign plans official during a news conference on Wednesday. This comes after Moore's politically-motivated suspension was upheld by the special AL Supreme Court.
Conservative NC legislators made headlines this week by introducing HB780, the “Uphold Historical Marriage Act.” The bill, filed in response to Obergefell v. Hodges, clarifies that North Carolina’s marriage amendment is still valid, despite the Supreme Court’s opinion to the contrary. However, House Speaker Tim Moore has promised that the bill will not be heard due to "constitutional concerns." This bill brings to the surface a very significant disagreement about federal supremacy. And while it may not seem like it at first glance, both sides in this debate hold to a form of federal supremacy, either limited or unlimited. Which is the correct position? That's what I take a look at in this post.
Under HB2, the man who was found in the women’s bathroom at Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) last week could have been charged with second degree trespassing (a Class 3 misdemeanor). HB2 clearly mandated that multiple-occupancy bathrooms in public agencies “be designated for and only used by persons based on their biological sex.” However, with HB2 repealed, it’s much harder now to find anything illegal with a man using the women’s bathroom at a community college like CPCC.
North Carolina Representatives Pittman, Speciale, Ford, and Brody have introduced House Bill 780, the “Uphold Historical Marriage Act,” which essentially declares Obergefell unconstitutional and states that North Carolina’s marriage amendment remains in effect. Speaker of the House Tim Moore has promised to make sure the bill dies before it gets to the House floor.