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Franklin Graham and Wells Fargo part ways over 2 mommies commerical

From Franklin Graham’s Facebook page:
Have you ever asked yourself–how can we fight the tide of moral decay that is being crammed down our throats by big business, the media, and the gay & lesbian community? Every day it is something else! Tiffany’s started advertising wedding rings for gay couples. Wells Fargo bank is using a same-sex couple in their advertising. And there are more. But it has dawned on me that we don’t have to do business with them. At the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, we are moving our accounts from Wells Fargo to another bank. And guess what—we don’t have to shop at Tiffany & Co., there are plenty of other jewelry stores. This is one way we as Christians can speak out—we have the power of choice. Let’s just stop doing business with those who promote sin and stand against Almighty God’s laws and His standards. Maybe if enough of us do this, it will get their attention. Share this if you agree.
What is Graham saying? He disagrees with the Wells Fargo bank’s stance on same sex relationships. This should come as no surprise to anyone. Franklin is a fundamentalist, strict construction Christian and it should come as no surprise that he would encourage his followers to follow his lead. This morning Whoopi Goldberg of The View took aim at Graham and she went as far as to question his Christianity. She has a right to her opinion just like Graham, but is it possible to disagree without the anger. It is possible to live in a world that respects everyone’s opinion not just the ones that agree with yours. Is this possible or does this thinking only exist in Utopia?

Franklin Graham protests University of Maryland cancelling “American Sniper” because Muslim students complained

Can you believe that the University of Maryland canceled a screening of the movie American Sniper after Muslim students complained? This afternoon, I’m going to meet with wounded military veterans and their spouses who served this nation with honor–fighting to preserve our freedoms and many times shedding their own blood. Chris Kyle was an American hero. It’s brave soldiers like these that make all of the freedoms we enjoy possible. Shame on the University of Maryland for listening to these voices! If these Muslim students can’t support the military members who do their job to protect us, let them leave America and go to a Muslim country. God bless America and our heroes! SHARE this if you agree.

I read the post above and I was struck by the venomous tone. Schools are a melting pot of races and nationalities and schools have to be sensitive to diverse communities. Muslim students complained to officials at the University of Maryland about American Sniper. Graham said if they don’t like it they need to go to a Muslim country. Well if this is where they were born they don’t need to leave their own country. There are movies that some groups applaud and others are offended by that same film and their feelings should be considered and not dismissed, and not told to take a hike.

Franklin Graham, Mike Huckabee and James Dobson have an unusual perspective on the Sandy Hill massacre

In times of national tragedy we look to faith leaders to provide comfort to the grieving, but in light of the Sandy Hill massacre I have noticed a very strange response from men of the cloth. Mike Huckabee a Baptist minister and a Fox news contributor said “tied the supposed removal of God from society to the increased instances of violence. Huckabee said “We’ve escorted [God] right out of our culture and marched him off the public square.” he went on to say “And then we express our surprise that a culture without him actually reflects what it has become.” I take issue with this statement because although prayer has been taken out of the school Christianity has not left the school. having a relationship with god is a personal thing and there are believers still taking active roles within the school system. Focus on the Family James Dobson said the following in reference to the tragedy. “Our country really does seem in complete disarray. I’m not talking politically, I’m not talking about the result of the November sixth election; I am saying that something has gone wrong in America and that we have turned our back on God. I mean millions of people have decided that God doesn’t exist, or he’s irrelevant to me and we have killed fifty-four million babies and the institution of marriage is right on the verge of a complete redefinition. Believe me, that is going to have consequences too. And a lot of these things are happening around us, and somebody is going to get mad at me for saying what I am about to say right now, but I am going to give you my honest opinion: I think we have turned our back on the Scripture and on God Almighty and I think he has allowed judgment to fall upon us. I think that’s what’s going on.” Today Franklin Graham whose claim to fame is being the son of Billy Graham said he is surprised that we are surprised. He asks why the “shock and awe”. he says we live in a violent and vulgar culture and what doe we expect. So wahat’s the takeaway from this trio of wise men? It’s our fault…no it is not. Evil does exist and bad things do actually happen to good people. Even children and this is a heartbreaking time for our nation, but there is no place for the blame game.


Franklin Graham on Morning Joe says Santorum and Gingrich are Christians, but President Obama not so much

Franklin Graham son of noted evangelist Billy Graham appeared on Morning Joe today and was asked if he believed that President Obama was a Christian. He said he could not answer the question, but he could readily say that Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich were Christians. Watch the clip and watch Graham’s response when he asked about the double standard he applies to the candidate. Tell me what you think.

Is there enough evidence to convict the President of being a Christian?

 A few days ago I wrote a post about how 20% of Americans believe the President is a Muslim. One of my frequent readers (elogam) said when he was a boy his Sunday School teacher asked them if they were put on trial for being a Christian would there be enough evidence to convict them? I too remember this from childhood. The point was did you truly exemplifying Christ or Christ-like tendencies in your everyday life. The White House says the President does not wear his religion on his sleeve, but I would ask is it anywhere at all on the shirt? We know the president loves basketball. He plays it, he commented on the NCAA brackets, when he was home alone this summer he even invited NBA greats over for food and fun. So no one has to ask does he like basketball. He is enthusiastic about it. So no we don’t want him to be preacher-in-chief as some would suggest. We just want to see some signs every now and then. When you have Billy Graham’s son Franklin declaring he was born of Muslim seed you might need to step up the trips to the local church. The president’s people have said that when he has tried to attend church it is such a circus. So what. Anywhere he goes becomes a circus. It’s a circus when he goes to 5 Guys, but he has not given up burgers, it’s a circus when he takes the girls for ice cream, but he still does it. So go to church Mr. President. The people can stand it, and he needs to compile some evidence.


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