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Sado-Satanists to Lead Prayer in Phoenix?: Unmasking Misogyny


Phoenix is the most recent battlefront in the war on religious freedom waged by the Satanic Temple. The group’s stated purpose is to force the removal of any evidence of faith from public life— like student-led prayer in Florida, the Ten Commandments monuments in Oklahoma and Arkansas, a nativity scene in Detroit— and now the opening invocation for the Phoenix City Council.

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Silencing Women: The LGBT Line


Recently, I received a comment from a young woman named Melissa on an article entitled “LGBT Misogyny: The Battle of The Bathrooms”.

Melissa, thanks for reading, and thanks for your comment.Transformation

In that blog, I discuss the recent push for “non-discrimination” laws and policies that make it legal for men who identify as female to use women’s restrooms. I maintain that such laws endanger women, and violate their rights and privacy.

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LGBT Misogyny: The Battle of the Bathrooms


Planet Fitness policy states what members of the LGBT community would like to be the rule for all public facilities: that “members and guests may use all…facilities based on their sincere self-reported gender identity.”

In other words, any man who chooses to self-report that he “feels” he is a woman has open access to come watch the girls dress.

No medical documentation necessary. No embarrassing questions or uncomfortable confrontations. Just the word of a male who wants to hang out with the naked ladies.

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New Video: Identifying Cults In The End Times


  Here is the video from last Thursday night’s broadcast for those of you who couldn’t be there. Hope to see you next Thursday night! How do you define a cult? Is it any religious movement outside of the mainstream, or something more insidious? What distinctive characteristics mark a cult leader? And how does Jesus […]

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Prestonwood Baptist Church: “Deborah Would Not Be Allowed To Preach From Our Pulpit”


In this excerpt from their “On The Road” series, Gary and Monica Dennington recount that meeting with Prestonwood’s leadership – in which these men asserted that even if Deborah the prophetess were in their congregation, she would not be allowed to speak from Prestonwood’s pulpit.

Find out the shocking conclusion that Prestonwood came to about Monica’s teaching; how by their own admission their current policies, practices, and obedience to Southern Baptist doctrine take precedence over respect for God’s Word; and why you can be assured that when your daughters prophesy – as the Bible says that they will – they will not be heard from the pulpit of Prestonwood Baptist Church…nor will their voices be tolerated.

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