Sunday, April 13, 2008

The Truth

In spite of what pre-millennial doctrine might teach us about the final destination of the human race, this media offers a far more positive outlook. While most of the church offers the world nothing but doom and gloom, death and destruction, "The Truth" offers a positive alternative for life on this side of eternity.

1985 Live.

From the "I Love the 80s" series at Granger Community Church in Granger Indiana.

Saturday, April 12, 2008

Reporter owned by Sled

Reporter owned by Sled

There are days when it just doesn't pay to get out of bed.

Obama; The Bitterness of Midwestern America

I kind of like the response coming out of the McCain camp;

"Instead of apologizing to small town Americans for dismissing their values, Barack Obama arrogantly tried to spin his way out of his outrageous San Francisco remarks. Only an elitist who attributes religious faith and gun ownership to bitterness would think that tax cuts for the rich include families who make $75,000 per year. Only an elitist would say that people vote their values only out of frustration. Barack Obama thinks he knows your hopes and fears better than you do. You can't be more out of touch than that."

ruffedge: Barack Hussein Obama spent 20 years at Trinity United Church of Christ, of course he attributes religious belief to bitterness. duh.