The teaching that Jesus is YOUR PERSONAL SAVIOR, who died on the cross FOR YOU, is the teaching of the Anti-Christ as I see it, especially when you add THE RAPTURE LUNACY which bids THE SELFISH ONES to ignore reality, and prepare to LEAVE YOUR BODY – any second! This creates Zany Zombies of Zeal……THE ZZZ.
The Sleepwalkers, who ignore facts and embrace LIES and LIARS, are TRUMP’S HAPPY INSURECIONISTS. They are on the march! Their ministers told them in church THIER PERSONAL POWER OF PRAYER would put Trump back in office so he can continue to fulfill prophecy. When Trump lost – Jesus lost!
But, this can not be! What is happening? This has to be THE ATTACK OF THE ANTI-CHRIST who will come just before Jesus. The A-CHRIST brought to earth COVID-19 to be used as THE LAST TEMPTATION. Saving your life, via the A-CHRIST, clips your HEAVENLY WINGS so that when the shofar is sounded – only those who did NOT GET FACCINATED – will be raised up in the RAPTURE. The ZZZ does not care if they INFECT DEMOCRATS and cause them to die. Ticking Time Bombs of Death walk amongst us.
I WARNED YOU! I told you this was coming! Our real enemies are at the gate. The TRECHEROUS ZZZ – cheers them on! These are THE WORST LOSERS in human history. They intend to take everyone down with them. Putin has been funding them.
“THOU SHALL NOT KILL!”
Jesus said to keep the Commandments. He and God will know how many human beings have been KILLED by the ZZZ who are IZIZ-USA. They want Governor Brown to deputize AFTA and send them into Eastern Oregon to vaccinate the ZZZ who have armed themselves like Amon Bundy. They own a BLOOD LUST…….REDRUM!
John ‘The Prophet’
Published April 5, 2021Updated April 12, 2021Leer en español
Stephanie Nana, an evangelical Christian in Edmond, Okla., refused to get a Covid-19 vaccine because she believed it contained “aborted cell tissue.”
Nathan French, who leads a nondenominational ministry in Tacoma, Wash., said he received a divine message that God was the ultimate healer and deliverer: “The vaccine is not the savior.”
Lauri Armstrong, a Bible-believing nutritionist outside of Dallas, said she did not need the vaccine because God designed the body to heal itself, if given the right nutrients. More than that, she said, “It would be God’s will if I am here or if I am not here.”
The deeply held spiritual convictions or counterfactual arguments may vary. But across white evangelical America, reasons not to get vaccinated have spread as quickly as the virus that public health officials are hoping to overcome through herd immunity
The opposition is rooted in a mix of religious faith and a longstanding wariness of mainstream science, and it is fueled by broader cultural distrust of institutions and gravitation to online conspiracy theories. The sheer size of the community poses a major problem for the country’s ability to recover from a pandemic that has resulted in the deaths of half a million Americans. And evangelical ideas and instincts have a way of spreading, even internationally.
There are about 41 million white evangelical adults in the U.S. About 45 percent said in late February that they would not get vaccinated against Covid-19, making them among the least likely demographic groups to do so, according to the Pew Research Center.
“If we can’t get a significant number of white evangelicals to come around on this, the pandemic is going to last much longer than it needs to,” said Jamie Aten, founder and executive director of the Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College, an evangelical institution in Illinois.
As vaccines become more widely available, and as worrisome virus variants develop, the problem takes on new urgency. Significant numbers of Americans generally are resistant to getting vaccinated, but white evangelicals present unique challenges because of their complex web of moral, medical, and political objections. The challenge is further complicated by longstanding distrust between evangelicals and the scientific community.
The current drama in the GOP is the latest and most concrete evidence that the party is undergoing a very painful evolution.
- More than 100 Republicans are threatening to form their own party if the GOP doesn’t renounce Trump.
- The group includes former governors, members of Congress, and a Bush-era Cabinet secretary.
- They plan to release a letter on Thursday.
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More than 100 Republicans say they will leave their party and form a new one if it doesn’t split from former President Donald Trump.
The group, which includes former governors and lawmakers, plans to release a letter outlining the threat on Thursday.
The preamble to the statement, published by The New York Times, says: “When in our democratic republic, forces of conspiracy, division, and despotism arise, it is the patriotic duty of citizens to act collectively in defense of liberty and justice.”
Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, the daughter of a former vice president and a power in her own right, was excised from House leadership because she would not stop criticizing former President Donald Trump’s continued lying about his 2020 election loss.https://www.dianomi.com/smartads.epl?id=3533
Republicans under Abraham Lincoln were the party that ended slavery. Southern states began seceding before he could be sworn in. Republicans under Dwight Eisenhower were the party of Cold Warriors, and then under Ronald Reagan they became the party of ever-smaller government.
Republicans under Trump became the party that appealed to White supremacists and made protecting Confederate statues a campaign issue.
Once the party specifically pushing the importance of the Constitution and the rule of law, it is now unacceptable for party leaders like Cheney to do anything but tolerate the attempted overthrow of valid election results — the bedrock principle that makes the American political system work. The result is that a major US political party is now wedded completely to an anti-democratic ideology.
More than 100 Republicans who have had it are creating a new organization. They include George Conway, who helped run the Lincoln Project of disaffected Republicans bent on defeating Trump in 2016, but they are far from a mass movement. They aren’t even really calling themselves a party.
“I don’t think a third party necessarily works in the kind of political system we have,” Conway told CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Wednesday night. “But there is a need for people who have a conservative to moderate point of view and want to believe in the rule of law and they need a place to go and a place where they can organize and support candidates that are consistent with that.”
The split between Republicans willing to stand for the truth and those happy to accept its attempted overthrow does not necessarily signify a complete reorienting of US parties, which have been moving and evolving since government leaders first split into factions in the early 1800s.
The briefest possible history of US political parties
US history is full of splinter parties and at least one complete party implosion, but the wreckage has always formed back into the two-party system.
If you were to recap it as succinctly as possible, it might look like this:
Early on, Federalist supporters of a stronger national government opposed Democratic-Republican defenders of the primacy of states.
Federalists faded away and Democratic-Republicans split into Jacksonian Democrats and Whigs, who were united against Andrew Jackson, who they viewed as a wannabe king, but ultimately split apart over slavery. Along the way there were others, like the Know Nothings, which started as a secret society.