Posts Tagged “American Christians”

Rick Perry, Mr. Rogers, and Thank you, God

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Rick Perry, Mr. Rogers, and Thank you, God

“A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood” starring Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers based on the 1998 Esquire expose “Can You Say…Hero?” by Tom Junod offers America a Christianity that Jesus would thank God for. By Eileen Fleming Monday on Fox News Energy Secretary Rick Perry claimed President Trump is “God’s chosen one” and opined, “God…

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What Christians Need to Know about Quid Pro Quo

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What Christians Need to Know about Quid Pro Quo

Quid pro quo is a Latin phrase and a world view meaning “something for something”, “a favor for a favor”, “give and take”, “you scratch my back, and I’ll scratch yours”, “one hand washes the other”; Which is antithetical to how Jesus lived and what he taught his followers to do. By Eileen Fleming This very concerned non-Arab…

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Christmas and Milad-un-Nabi celebrated together for first time in History

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Christmas and Milad-un-Nabi celebrated together for first time in History

First time in history – Celebration of birth of Jesus and Prophet Muhammad on the steps of Lincoln Memorial. Washington, D.C., December 22, 2015 – For the first time in the history of Christianity and Islam, the Christians and Muslims are jointly celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ and Prophet Muhammad, and it is on…

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A virtual visit to the birthplace of Christianity, Bethlehem

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A virtual visit to the birthplace of Christianity, Bethlehem

By Ray Hanania As a Christian, no city in the world means more to me than the “Little Town of Bethlehem.” I write about it often, mainly to remind American Christians — many of whom have forgotten the roots of their faith and therefore the spirit of their Christianity — that Bethlehem is a real…

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O Little Town of Who Cares?

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O Little Town of Who Cares?

By Ray Hanania Every Christmas, I always hear the same conflicting arguments. On the one hand, people tell me, “Stop saying ‘Happy Holidays.’ It’s ‘Merry Christmas’. If you don’t like it, move.” The point being that they presumably are proud of being Christian. And, since Christmas is a Christian holiday, they want people to acknowledge…

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