Richard Land, the Baptist radio host who took a beating for some controversial remarks he made on the Trayvon Martin shooting, plan to retire in 2013. He has been facing an ethics probe into both the Martin comments and also accusations that he plagiarized material for his radio show.
He has been the president of the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission for 25 years.
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Under a new law passed last Tuesday, protestors would have to remain 300 feet from military funerals. The law entitled “Honoring America’s Veterans and Caring for Camp Lejeune Families Act of 2012” is expected to be signed by President Obama. This restriction would be in place starting two hours before a funeral until 2 hours after. This law would imposed unspecified fines and up to two years in prison for any violations.
The infamous Westboro “Baptist Church” has been instrumental in seeing this law passed through their unscriptural protests of military funerals.
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Jack Schaap, pastor of First Baptist Church in Hammond, Indiana, was fired on Tuesday for a immoral relationship with a 16 year old girl. Schaap was elected to pastor FBC Hammond after his father-in-law, Jack Hyles, passed away. He has pastored the church for 11 years.
First Baptist Church of Hammond has been mired in accusations of immorality for most of it’s modern history.
Former pastor, Jack Hyles was accused of having had a long standing relationship with his secretary. While never proven conclusively, a whole book was written in regards to his immorality.
Dave Hyles, Jack Hyles son, was accused of being a serial fornicator who supposedly was sent to another church in Texas after being caught in immorality while at FBC Hammond.
A.V. Ballenger was convicted of molesting a 7 year old girl who attended Sunday school at FBC Hammond.
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Program #3211 Gary Cohen, Part 1
Sunday, July 29, 2012
3211 Gary Cohen – Part 1 (Jew, persecution) As a boy on the streets of Philadelphia, Gary learns about bigotry, fighting bullies who hate Jews. An only child, he loves scouting and does well in school. Then, in high school his friends goad him into reading the Bible, and he comes to believe in Jesus as the Messiah. His parents are upset and take him to a rabbi, but he is resolute. The first part ends when his father’s rejection causes Gary to make a radical decision.
This message references: Isaiah 53:4-6, Mark 10:43-45,Romans 6:23, Romans 10:9-10, Romans 10:13, Leviticus 23:12, Leviticus 17:1, Isaiah 61:1, Isaiah 53:3-4, Isaiah 53:7, Isaiah 53:8, Isaiah 53:9, Proverbs 20:9, Isaiah 53:10,1 Timothy 6:10, Exodus 20:17, Deuteronomy 6:4, John 10:30
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