Friday, July 17, 2015
UN AIMS TO TRACE THE TRANSFER OF ALL GUNS AND AMMO
SEE: http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/item/21263-un-aims-to-trace-the-transfer-of-all-guns-and-ammo; republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
OREGON HAS BEEN SECRETLY ALLOWING 15 YEAR OLDS TO GET STATE SUBSIDIZED SEX CHANGE OPERATIONS WITHOUT PARENTAL NOTIFICATION UNDER MEDICAID
Oregon allowing 15-year-olds to get state-subsidized sex-change operations
SEE: http://the-trumpet-online.com/oregon-allowing-15-year-olds-get-state-subsidized-sex-change-operations/; republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
FOX NEWS INTERVIEW:
"BORN AGAIN" JIMMY CARTER SURMIZES JESUS WOULD APPROVE GAY “MARRIAGE”~BUT CAN'T FIND THE BIBLE VERSE TO SUPPORT IT~HAS A PROBLEM THOUGH WITH ABORTION, BUT NOT WHEN HE APPOINTED SARAH WEDDINGTON IN 1977
THRILLED THE CROWDS BY WALKING PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, WASHINGTON, D.C. TO HIS INAUGURATION, JANUARY 1977
THE LIBERAL PEANUT FARMER FROM GEORGIA
WHO PROMISED A LOT WITH A BROAD SMILE, BUT GAVE US HYPER INFLATION
& 20% INTEREST RATES
40 YEARS LATER STILL TEACHING HERESIES IN SUNDAY SCHOOL & TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE
"BORN AGAIN" (SO TO SPEAK?) BAPTIST JIMMY CARTER SAYS
JESUS WOULD APPROVE GAY “MARRIAGE”
republished below in full unedited for informational, educational, and research purposes:
(Friday Church News Notes, July 17, 2015,firstname.lastname@example.org, 866-295-4143) - In a July 7 interview with HuffPost Live, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said: “I think Jesus would encourage any love affair if it was honest and sincere and was not damaging to anyone else, and I don’t see that gay marriage damages anyone else. I believe Jesus would approve gay marriage. That’s just my own personal opinion.” Jimmy Carter is a longtime Sunday School teacher at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Georgia, though he doesn’t believe the Bible. In 1997, Carter rebuked the Southern Baptist Convention for targeting Mormons with the gospel. Carter loves modernistic theologians such as Barth and Brunner who denied the infallible inspiration of Holy Scripture, the virgin birth of Christ, and other cardinal doctrines. After his election to the presidency, Carter appointed pro-abortion activist Sarah Weddington to the position of assistant to the president. He has been promoting homosexual rights since the early 1990s. To say that Jesus would approve of gay marriage is ridiculous, since Jesus defined marriage as one man and one woman as “at the beginning,” referring to Genesis 2. “Have ye not read, that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female, And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh?” (Jesus Christ, Matthew 19:4-5).
CARTER CLAIMS HE HAS A PROBLEM WITH ABORTION ON DEMAND, BUT APPOINTED SARAH WEDDINGTON AS ASSISTANT
LAWYER FOR "JANE ROE" IN ROE V. WADE
FROM WIKIPEDIA: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Weddington
Sarah Ragle Weddington (born February 5, 1945), is an American attorney, law professor, and former member of the Texas House of Representatives best known for representing "Jane Roe" (real name Norma McCorvey) in the landmark Roe v. Wade case before the United States Supreme Court.
After graduating, Weddington found it difficult to find a job with a law firm. She instead joined a group of graduate students at University of Texas-Austin that were researching ways to challenge various anti-abortion statutes. After deciding that a woman should helm a lawsuit to challenge Texas’ statute, Weddington volunteered.Soon after, a pregnant woman named Norma McCorvey visited a local attorney seeking an abortion. The attorney instead assisted McCorvey with handing over her child for adoption, and after doing so, referred McCorvey to Weddington and Linda Coffee. In March 1970, Weddington and her co-counsel filed suit against Henry Wade, the Dallas district attorney and the person responsible for enforcing the anti-abortion statute. McCorvey became the landmark plaintiff, and was referred in the legal documents as "Jane Roe" to protect her identity.Weddington first stated her case in front of a three-judge district court on May 1970 in Dallas. The district court agreed that the Texas abortion laws were unconstitutional, but the state appealed the decision, landing it before the United States Supreme Court.Weddington appeared before the Supreme Court in 1971 and again in the fall of 1972. Her argument was based on the 1st, 4th, 5th, 8th, 9th and 14th amendments, as well as the Court's previous decision inGriswold v. Connecticut, which legalized the sale of contraceptives based on the right of privacy. Of the experience, Weddington later stated, "There was a sense of majesty, walking up those stairs, my steps echoing on the marble. I went to the lawyers' lounge — to go over my argument. I wanted to make a last stop before I went in — but there was no ladies' room in the lawyer's lounge."The Court’s decision was ultimately handed down in January 1973, overturning Texas’ abortion law by a 7-2 majority, and legalizing abortion within the first trimester of a woman's pregnancy. By then, Weddington had been elected a state legislator. At the age of 27, Weddington remains the youngest person to argue a successful Supreme Court case.In 1992, Weddington compiled her experiences with the case and interviews with the people involved into a book titled A Question of Choice.
"THAT'S NO PROBLEM WITH ME"; "BUT I DON'T HAVE ANY VERSE IN SCRIPTURE FOR IT":