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Ivanka Trump First daughter complains of 'cancel culture' after university cancels her speech
Ivanka Trump Ivanka Trump complains of 'cancel culture' after university cancels her speech WSU Tech stops first daughter's commencement speech amid criticism of Donald Trump's response to George Floyd protests Ivanka Trump at a cabinet meeting in mid-May. After the cancellation, she tweeted: 'Cancel culture and viewpoint discrimination are antithetical to academia.' Photograph: Alex Wong/Getty Images Ivanka Trump has hit out at 'cancel culture and viewpoint discrimination' after plans for her to give a virtual commencement speech to students in Kansas were canceled amid criticism of Donald Trump's response to anti-police brutality protests in the wake of the killing of George Floyd. George Floyd killing: Washington expecting biggest march yet as mourners prepare for second memorial service – live Administrators at Wichita State University and WSU Tech announced their decision just hours after they had said the US president's daughter would be speaking to WSU Tech graduates. Administrators of both universities, which are affiliated, said Saturday's graduation for the technical university would be 'refocused' on students, with a nursing graduate as the only speaker The move clearly angered Ivanka Trump, who is a top adviser in the White House and whose husband, Jared Kushner, is one of the most influential figures in the Trump administration. She responded in a tweet, saying: 'Our nation's campuses should be bastions of free speech. Cancel culture and viewpoint discrimination are antithetical to academia. Listening to one another is important now more than ever!' The announcement of her speech drew immediate criticism, led by Jennifer Ray, an associate professor of photo media at Wichita State, who sent a letter asking school administrators to cancel it. It circulated on social media and garnered 488 signatures from faculty, students and alumni before the speech was canceled, the Wichita Eagle reported. But others said the event should not have been canceled. Republican congressman Ron Estes said in a statement he was 'disappointed' and added: 'As Kansas faces many challenges recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic to get back to our booming economy, now is the time for us to be working together.' Protests have broken out around the world since Floyd, who was black, died in Minneapolis after a white police officer pressed a knee on his neck for several minutes even after he stopped moving and pleading for air. Much of the response to the protests by American police has been brutal and acts of violence against demonstrators and media have been common. Trump has refashioned his election campaign as a 'law and order' president but came in for widespread condemnation after police attacked a peaceful protest in Washington in order to clear a path to have a photo op at a church, where he held aloft a Bible. Ivanka Trump was part of the procession that made its way to the church and reportedly carried the Bible that her father used in her purse.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson speaks out against Donald Trump in powerful speech: 'Where is our leader?'
show ad Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson speaks out against Donald Trump in powerful Black Lives Matter speech: 'Where is our leader when our country is down on its knees?' The 48-year-old megastar took to his Instagram on Thursday morning to post an over eight-minute video of himself giving an impassioned speech lambasting the 73-year-old former reality star over his leadership The action star did not name Trump by name in the speech but he did ask for 'compassionate leadership' following protests around the world As many oppose the BLM movement with the declaration that 'all lives matter,' Johnson addressed the divide between the two sides Trump has been criticized by many including several celebrities for his response to the protests and even threatened to use military to clamp down on protests The National Guard has been deployed in several major cities as a reaction to some protests turning violent as Johnson said he believes that this is not the answer to the gatherings This comes amid days of protests around the world following George Floyd's death at the hands of police in Minneapolis last week Floyd, a 46-year-old unarmed black man, died last Monday after a white police officer named Derek Chauvin knelt on his head for nearly nine minutes in Minneapolis, prompting a wave of protes By Justin Enriquez For Dailymail.com Published: 10:43 EDT, 4 June 2020 | Updated: 11:37 EDT, 4 June 2020 Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has spoken out against US President Donald Trump in an impassioned speech supporting the Black Lives Matter movement a week after George Floyd was killed by police officers in Minnesota. The 48-year-old megastar took to his Instagram on Thursday morning to post an over eight-minute video of himself giving an impassioned speech lambasting the 73-year-old former reality star over his leadership. The Rock began the video with a long pause before staring into the camera and querying: 'Where are you? Where is our leader? One on one with the great one: Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has spoken out against US President Donald Trump in an impassioned speech supporting the Black Lives Matter movement a week after George Floyd was killed by police officers in Minnesota 'Where are you? Where is our leader at this time? At this time when our country is down on its knees begging, pleading, hurt, angry, frustrated, in pain, begging and pleading with its arms out just wanting to be heard?' The action star did not name Trump by name in the speech but he did ask for 'compassionate leadership' following protests around the world. He said: 'Where is our compassionate leader who's going to step up to our country who's down on its knees, and extend a hand and say, "You stand up, stand up with me because I got you. I hear you, I'm listening to you. 'And you have my word that I'm going to do everything in my power, until my dying day, my last breath, to do everything I can to create the change that is needed, to normalize equality because Black Lives Matter." Where are you?' 'Where are you? Where is our leader?' The 48-year-old megastar took to his Instagram on Thursday morning to post an over eight-minute video of himself giving an impassioned speech lambasting the 73-year-old former reality star over his leadership 'I'm listening to you': The action star did not name Trump by name in the speech but he did ask for 'compassionate leadership' following protests around the world As many oppose the BLM movement with the declaration that 'all lives matter,' Johnson addressed the divide between the two sides. He explained: 'Of course all lives matter. Every single one. All lives matter because we, as Americans, we believe in inclusivity, we believe in acceptance, we believe in human rights. We believe in equality for all. 'But in this moment right now, this defining, pivotal, explosive moment where our country is down on its knees -- the floorboards of our country are becoming unhinged -- in this moment, we must say the words black lives matter. We must say it because so many people believe that they don't ... or at least not as much as white lives.' Trump has been criticized by many including several celebrities for his response to the protests and even threatened to use the military to clamp down on the protests. 'We must say Black Lives Matter': As many oppose the BLM movement with the declaration that 'all lives matter,' Johnson addressed the divide between the two sides He even used force on a peaceful protest in order to have a photo-opportunity while holding a bible outside of a Washington D.C. church. Johnson said: 'I am not the president of the United States, but I am a man and I'm a father who cares so deeply about my family, about my children, and the world that they will live in. I care so deeply about our country and every single person in it. 'That's who I am. I am a man who is frustrated, I'm disappointed, I'm angry. But I'm also doing my best to stay focused and as calm as I can possibly be in the pocket to make the best decision for my family and make the best decisions for our country.' His favorite book: Trump drew ire for using force on a peaceful protest in order to have a photo-opportunity while holding a bible outside of a Washington D.C. church on Monday Taking a stand: Johnson said :'I am not the president of the United States, but I am a man and I'm a father who cares so deeply about my family, about my children, and the world that they will live in' The National Guard has been deployed in several major cities as a reaction to some protests turning violent as Johnson said he believes that this is not the answer to the gatherings. The Rock said: 'There is military force that has been deployed on our own people. 'Looters, yes. Criminals, absolutely. But on protesters, who are begging and pleading, our protesters who are in pain? You would be surprised how people in pain would respond when you say, 'I care about you.' When you say to them, "I'm listening to you."' Johnson - who has hinted at a career in politics in the past - also called on individual accountability and leadership. 'There is military force being used on our people': The National Guard has been deployed in several major cities as a reaction to some protests turning violent as Johnson said he believes that this is not the answer to the gatherings He said: 'We must become the leaders we are looking for. I'll ask it one more time: Where are you? Where is that compassionate leader who steps up and takes accountability for his country and all the people in our country? Where are you? I'll tell you what, we're here. We're all here. 'The process to change has already begun. You can feel it across our country. Change is happening. It's going to take time. We're going to get beat up. We're going to take our lumps. There's going to be blood, but the process of change has already begun.' This comes amid days of protests around the world following George Floyd's death at the hands of police in Minneapolis last week. Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, died last Monday after a white police officer named Derek Chauvin knelt on his head for nearly nine minutes in Minneapolis, prompting a wave of protests. He was unarmed. A medical examiner's office on Monday ruled that Floyd's death was a homicide as they appeared to walk back initial reports that he wasn't strangled. Unrest: This comes amid days of protests around the world following George Floyd's death at the hands of police in Minneapolis last week, a mural and memorial is seen in Minneapolis, Minnesota Gone too soon: Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, died last Monday after a white police officer named Derek Chauvin knelt on his head for nearly nine minutes in Minneapolis, prompting a wave of protests. He was unarmed The examiner's findings that the death was a homicide by asphyxiation confirmed the same conclusion of the independent autopsy that was also released on Monday, but there are key differences over the cause. Chauvin, who is white and was fired from the Minneapolis police department over the incident, has been charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter. Floyd's death roiled the nation, which has sparked mass protests against police brutality across the world. The Black Lives Matter movement, which was first founded in 2013 following the acquittal of George Zimmerman and was nationally recognized for its involvement in the Ferguson protests in 2014 has been galvanized once more following the death of Floyd. Chauvin, who is white and was fired from the Minneapolis police department over the incident, has been charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter
BlogsBlogs from the last 30 days.
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Daughter Urges Voters Not To Elect Her Right-Wing Dad
by Julia Banim
The daughter of a Republican candidate running for a state representative seat in Michigan has begged people not to vote for him. Stephanie Regan, of Phoenix, Arizona, cautioned people against voting her right-wing dad Robert Regan, asking them to do their research and read up on his political opinions before giving him their support. At …
The White House Surrounded By Nearly 2 Miles Of Fencing And Barricades
by Emma Rosemurgey
The White House has been transformed into a ‘fortress’, with security fencing and concrete barriers being used to keep out protesters. It comes just 72 hours after Trump’s administration opted to use tear gas and other non-lethal force to clear Lafayette Square of peaceful protesters so the president could pose in front of a church …
Al Sharpton Announces New March On Washington To Be Led By Families Of Those Killed By Police
by Niamh Shackleton
Reverend Al Sharpton has announced he’ll be participating in a march on Washington along with families of black people killed by police. He is organising the march to take place in August, to mark the 57th anniversary of the historic demonstration for civil rights that was lead by Martin Luther King Jr. in 1963. At …
Simply 17 funny things people said about this picture of Donald and Melania Trump
by John Plunkett
Another Donald Trump photo op, another picture that is crying out for a caption. After the so-called president posed outside a church holding a bible, he was later pictured with Melania visiting the shrine to Saint John Paul II in Washington. Your captions please! #pokechallenge pic.twitter.com/kTqild3CJy — The Poke (@ThePoke) June 3, 2020 And you …
Civil Rights Groups Sue Trump And Barr For Assault On Protesters Outside White House
by Nick Visser
The American Civil Liberties Union and Black Lives Matter sued the Trump administration for what the groups called an "unconstitutional" and "frankly criminal attack" on protesters outside the White House earlier this week.The federal lawsuit, filed on behalf of five demonstrators, comes after law enforcement used gas canisters and flash-bang grenades to disperse largely peaceful crowds gathered in Lafayette Square on Monday to protest the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd on May 25.Moments later, President Donald Trump strode to the nearby St John's Church for a photo-op as he held up a Bible and declared America the "greatest country in the world."The violent tactics sparked widespread condemnation and calls from some lawmakers for a federal investigation."The President's shameless, unconstitutional, unprovoked, and frankly criminal attack on protesters because he disagreed with their views shakes the foundation of our nation's constitutional order," Scott Michelman, legal director for the ACLU of the District of Columbia, said in a statement. "And when the nation's top law enforcement officer becomes complicit in the tactics of an autocrat, it chills protected speech for all of us."BREAKING: Together with @WashLaw4CR@LawyersComm, @ACLU-DC is taking Trump to court for firing tear gas on protesters outside the @WhiteHouse. We represent @DMVBlackLives & 5 individuals. https://t.co/vnPNKGXy63— ACLU of DC (@ACLU_DC) June 4, 2020Attorney General William Barr and Defense Secretary Mark Esper are also named in the suit, which was jointly filed with the Washington Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs and the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.Several media outlets reported this week that the violent dispersal of peaceful protesters was directly ordered by Barr.The ACLU said the suit was the first of many it plans to file around the country in response to violent policing tactics. Thursday's suit seeks unspecified damages.Demonstrations over Floyd's death as a white police officer knelt on his neck have continued for more than a week and a half around the nation. Many of those demonstrations have devolved into clashes with heavily armed officers, and more than 10,000 people have reportedly been arrested across the country.Black Lives Matter DC, the lead plaintiff in the case, said the tactics used by federal officers in the nation's capital this week were "an affront to all our rights.""The death of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor at the hands of police officers has reignited the rage, pain, and deep sadness our community has suffered for generations," April Goggans, an organiser of BLM D.C., said in a statement. "We won't be silenced by tear gas and rubber bullets. Now is our time to be heard." Breonna Taylor, a Black emergency room technician in Louisville, Kentucky, was killed in her home March 13 when police serving a "no-knock" warrant shot her as they sought to arrest a different person.The Washington Post notes the ACLU has filed successful lawsuits after mass protests in Washington before, winning multimillion-dollar judgments or getting charges dropped against protesters.Related... I'm Black. My Mom Is White. This Is The Talk We Had To Have About George Floyd's Killing Exclusive: Oxford University Delays Publishing Diversity Data Because Of 'World Events' Thousands Of Protesters Gathered Outside The White House Last Night And Sang 'Lean On Me'
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These are significant community questions from Yahoo Answers, asked in the UK, which relate to the word 'Bible', from the last 30 days, updated hourly.
Will Ameerin Voters reject Dim Joe this November?
Relevance This election is about Trump. Right now, Trump's approval rating is very similar to that of one-term presidents like Carter and H.W. Login to reply the answers Anonymous 2 mins ago For the record. I wouldn't care if Joe Biden got caught snorting cocaine in a Motel 6 with 3 hookers, a midget, a pirate and a monkey, I'm still voting for him. If he had three heads, ten illegitimate children, syphillis and a problem with gas, I'm still voting for Joe Biden!!! Helsinki, Charlottesville and the unconscionable Bible photo op would be enough on their own. But, for starters, Trump has run up record deficits, engaged in foolish trade wars, alienated our allies, sucked up to autocrats, sold out our Kurdish friends. We deserve better. Login to reply the answers Over 8 million jobs were added in the last month alone. The president is doing a good job despite the ongoing pandemic and the fear mongering from the left. Login to reply the answers Anonymous
Who wrote the Bible? 47 answers
Trending News Promoted 47 Answers Relevance Completely unknown. The old testament was written many thousands of years ago by people lost to history. They were Jewish, but that's about all we know. We do know that substantial parts of the old testament were pretty much plagiarized from Babylonian and Sumerian stories that predate it. For example, the Noah story is pretty blatantly a copy/paste from the old Babylonian tale of Gilgamesh. There are numerous other examples. The gospels in the new testament are also people lost to history. Many people think they were written by the apostles for whom they are named, but we know this was not the case as they were not written until decades after the events they purport to describe, and were not originally written in right language for the apostles. The oldest surviving copies we have don't even have the apostle names on them. It appears that those were added much later. Robert De Angelis-Italy-United States Lv 7 8 hours ago Report @. Trancy: We don't have to answer to you, who wrote the handwriting, okay? Login to reply the answers How do you think about the answers? You can sign in to vote the answer. Most of Bible is not G-d's own words. However, they are inspired by G-d. Most prophets in Judaism w/ exception of Moses Never got face to face w/ G-d nor G-d talked to them while awaken. They saw angels ämp; saw G-d in dreams. They could hear voices, but could not see or talk to G-d when awaken.In spite of it, They had G-dly knowledge certainly, I think so.. So, no, Bible is not words of G-d, not completely at least, w/ exception of Torah. Ten commandments was even written by power of G-d on stones... Prophets ämp; Writings are 2 sections of Old testaments. For example, Prophets are supposed to be inspiration from G-d After Torah, Writings Not, only what the authors thought. For example, Psalms of David is writing, so, it is not prophecy, but Book of Ezekiel is.. Thanks! The Bible wasn't "written". It was compiled by the bishops of the Catholic Church at the direction of the Pope, under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, in the 4'th Century, from early Catholic and Jewish writings. They studied, discerned, and prayed about hundreds of different writings for 6 years before finalizing the 73 texts the Holy Spirit had guided them to choose. We know that these 73 texts are the inspired Word of God because Jesus Christ, God, promised the leaders of the one Church He founded "The Holy Spirit will guide you into all truth", and Whatsoever you bind upon Earth is bound in Heaven", and He who hears you hears Me". God by way of numerous authors. Login to reply the answers
Why are some Christian Fundamentalist race-based nationalists though Christianity is not compatible with such nationalism?
Why are some Christian Fundamentalist race-based nationalists though Christianity is not compatible with such nationalism? 2 Answers Relevance Anonymous 6 mins ago Many people these days make up their own definitions of "Christian". The Bible defines Christian as being Christ-like. Ephesians 4:15 — We will speak the truth in love, growing in every way more and more like Christ, who is the head of his body, the church. Romans 8:29 — For God knew his people in advance, and he chose them to become like his Son, so that his Son would be the firstborn among many brothers and sisters. 2 Peter 1:8 — The more you grow like this, the more productive and useful you will be in your knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ. I've read two disturbing studies this week that found that 20-40% of those today that identify as Christians DONT BELIEVE IN GOD OF THE BIBLE. Many groups hide behind Christianity in order to mislead from their true natures. Matthew 7:15-21 — 'Beware of false prophets who come disguised as harmless sheep but are really vicious wolves. You can identify them by their fruit, that is, by the way they act. Can you pick grapes from thornbushes, or figs from thistles? A good tree produces good fruit, and a bad tree produces bad fruit. A good tree can't produce bad fruit, and a bad tree can't produce good fruit. So every tree that does not produce good fruit is chopped down and thrown into the fire. Yes, just as you can identify a tree by its fruit, so you can identify people by their actions. 'Not everyone who calls out to me, 'Lord! Lord!' will enter the Kingdom of Heaven. Only those who actually do the will of my Father in heaven will enter. Claiming to be Christian these days can mean most anything to many...and nothing at all to some others. Login to reply the answers Anonymous
Did Jesus masturbate?
You know like did he choke his chicken , polish the banister , celebrate palm Sunday ? 3 Answers Relevance Anonymous 5 mins ago Probably. It's not a sin. Nowhere in the Bible does it say, "Thou shalt not spank the monkey." In fact, for Catholics it's such an favorite pastime, they call it "flogging the bishop," and don't be all, "Oh poor bishops," because you know damn well that they're all flogging themselves. Login to reply the answers No but Mary gave him the occasional tuggie as he played with her supple whore breasts Login to reply the answers Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now.
Why does everyone in the gender studies section have serious mental issues ?
Trending News Promoted Why does everyone in the gender studies section have serious mental issues ? I swear 90% of people in this section are depraved lunatics with a hatred for human life. All I see are 'feminist' women spamming made up facts about men disguised as questions, red pilled alpha male p*ssy slayers here to slaughter all the white knights and beta males before him, moronic whiny men inventing stories about being oppressed by matriarchy, women making up rape and pedophilia stories happening to them, middle aged men calling you an imbecile for not having opinions from the 1950s and the one I find the most annoying is this Raul incel spamming about how all women have turned homo because he can't get laid. The best one however is this 'MiseryLovesCompanyExplaineYou' troll I entertain. Though I think she may just have issues too idk. I saw someone call her the guardian in disguise and a weeks later she changes her name to 'The Guardian' and answers every question the way their writers would. She also justifies being a Christian lesbian because apparently the bible removed a chapter about Jesus experimenting. Nutjob. There are no answers yet. Be the first to answer this question.
Is Christian Feminism a viable ideology?
Anonymous Anonymous asked in Social Science Gender Studies · 1 hour ago Is Christian Feminism a viable ideology? 2 Answers Relevance They're ffffffucked. It's like Christian openly gays or transexuals. There's nothing to talk about. Ffffucked Plus they're different on every aspect. Even if they don't say they're Christian. You just know they're the wrong fit Login to reply the answers Natural for me. I'm a Christian and a Feminist. 🥴 So... I follow guidelines on how to live thru bible morale. I just ignore but keep in mind, the fact that it was written by misogynists who thought women were pandoras box. Login to reply the answers Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now.
Do republicans seriously think that creationism is real?
Trending News Promoted Anonymous Anonymous asked in Politics ämp; Government Politics · 54 mins ago Do republicans seriously think that creationism is real? Our country is run by people who think that dinosaurs didn't exist and that human beings appeared 5,000 years ago. 13 Answers Relevance judging a political party by one topic regardless of who shares a belief or doesnt speaks VOLUMES about the shortcomings of low information liberal voting. Login to reply the answers Since creation is part of Islamic, Christian and Judaic faith, republicans of those religious backgrounds, like their democrat counterparts, do believe in creationism, however, most republicans believe in evolution due to its pervasive scientific credibility. Not sure what the self-answer was intended to accomplish,but it is not an accurate statement; Some of the people running your country hold scientifically ignorant beliefs, but they are increasingly rare. Matt Lv 5 15 mins ago Report Although I imagine that the President and his Vice President both believe in creationism... Login to reply the answers That isn't actually the definition of creationism. Perhaps you should disabuse yourself of your abysmal ignorance before making a grand display of it here. That 6,000 year old Earth belief is only held by a small number of Christians, and it is based on a careful and literal belief that counts the number of generations ('begats') in the Bible, and then counts the 7 days of the Lord's creation of the universe as just one single terrestrial week. It has the drawback of assuming one day for a being powerful enough to create the entire universe measures time by rotations of the Earth. I see no essential contradictions between God having created the universe and man and what science has discovered. Creationism can explain why the big bang happened; science cannot. Matt Lv 5
Why are leftists ok with criticism of Christianity but not Islam ?
Radical leftists and college campus bernie bros are what is destroying the liberal movement. 2 Answers Relevance Anonymous 5 mins ago Maybe if you stopped jerking off to proven hacks like Jordon Peterson, left your mothers basement and actually talked with an actual Muslim person you wouldn't have to ask. Christians deserve to be persecuted, after all they're illiterate sniveling self-martyring little fragile privileged entitled persecuted complex having bumpkins who have caused more violence, more oppression and raped more cultures than any other religion or spiritual belief. Reason we no longer have the world's largest libraries, Christians. Having people pay to save dead families souls, Christians. Pedo rings, Christians. Burning witches, Christians. Caused millions of suicides, Christians. Televangelists making billions, Christians. Donald J. Trump getting elected, Christians. Not to mention YOUR God is nothing more than a sociopathic kid with a magnifying glass treating us like ants. The Holocaust, did nothing. Cancer/HIV/COVID-19, did nothing. Children marriages/soldiers, did nothing. Starvation, did nothing. etc. etc. "Free will" is a cop-out. "Back when the Bible was written, then edited, then rewritten, then rewritten, then re-edited, then translated from dead languages, then re-translated, then edited, then rewritten, then given to kings for them to take their favorite parts, then rewritten, then re-rewritten, then translated again, then given to the pope for him to approve, then rewritten, then edited again, the re-re-re-re-rewritten again...all based on stories that were told orally 30 to 90 years AFTER they happened.. to people who didn't know how to write... so..." - David Cross Did I offend you by pointing out facts over blind faith you pansy. Now the worst you can say about the Islamic belief is it was stuck in a hole for millions of years. "well let's just say they BEHEADING down a path they don't want." Original, Christianity has spent millions of years doing far worse. Source(s): Wiccan
Why are the users @Chad @Guardian and @Bill so p*ssed off for ?
Trending News Promoted Why are the users @Chad @Guardian and @Bill so p*ssed off for ? @Chad is an angry soy who'll yell at and insult you for asking questions on topics he doesn't find interesting and has even dedicated his bio to dissing me for some reason @Guardian is a batshit insane Christian SJW who justifies lesbian sex because she claims a script was taken out the bible suggesting Jesus experimented and also relentlessly berated and trolled me for hours and hours calling me a serial killer rapist cannibal because I denied male because or something. @Bill is lonely 37 year old grandfather with so much time on his hands that even though numerous people here have stated they no longer want to interact with him, he'll still follow you round this section calling you a ***** or imbecile for having opinions not from 1950s while also trying to help random folk with their usernames (he is that bored). Blocking him doesn't work either. He can't argue 'people hate me because I say the truth' as he's the same as the liberal snowflakes he despises so much, unable to debate or backup his points. Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now.
Christianity Stack Exchange QuestionsTop Stack Exchange questions from the last 30 days.
These are significant community questions from Christianity Stack Exchange which relate to the word 'Bible', from the last 30 days, updated hourly. These questions are from a global audience, they are not filtered by region.
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Did God ever beget an angel?
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According to the LDS/Mormon Church God the Father and the Son of God appeared to Joseph Smith in a vision
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