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Rick Scarborough's 40 Days to Save America
« on: September 27, 2012, 10:29:11 PM »

Spurred on by the encouraging revelation of the Jesus Wife Gospel, sectarian religious leader Rick Scarborough wants evangelicals, "charismatics", and the newly-minted quasi-denomination "Roman Catholevans" to pray that America elect God's chosen leader. Who is going to back the American religious right.

From the about:

"In March of 1992 I became acquainted first hand with the aggressive nature of the secularists who have dedicated themselves to redefining America and eradicating every vestige of our godly heritage. In our local high school where my children were being prepared for adulthood, or so I assumed, I sat in the back of a crowded auditorium and listened to a speaker advocating sexual licentiousness and making a mockery of the very moral underpinnings my children were receiving both at home and at church...

If God grants the desire of our collective hearts...America will receive the healing she must have if she is to continue to be a beacon of hope and freedom to the world."

A video clip points to such abominations as "Secular Humanism" as the impetus of our national chastening.

So, instead of listening to the cries of the Prophet Isaiah:

"So when you spread out your hands in prayer,
I will hide My eyes from you;
Yes, even though you multiply prayers,
I will not listen.
Your hands are covered with blood.

Wash yourselves, make yourselves clean;
Remove the evil of your deeds from My sight.

Cease to do evil,
Learn to do good;
Seek justice,
Reprove the ruthless,
Defend the orphan,
Plead for the widow."

We are here called to pray that secular humanism and "immorality" be whisked away to the third aeon.
Quote from: Fr. Thomas Hopko, dystopian parable of the prodigal son can imagine so-called healing services of the pigpen. The books that could be written, you know: Life in the Pigpen. How to Cope in the Pigpen. Being Happy in the Pigpen. Surviving in the Pigpen. And then there could be counselling, for people who feel unhappy in the pigpen, to try to get them to come to terms with the pigpen, and to accept the pigpen.

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Re: Rick Scarborough's 40 Days to Save America
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2012, 10:51:01 PM »
And to think dating the Rapture couldn't be topped.
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