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Cartmann99 posted a topic in Quiver Full of PoliticsI'm starting a new thread so that interested parties can more easily find the discussion for this particular hearing, and not have to search through the other Kavanaugh-related threads. https://www.indystar.com/story/news/2018/09/26/kavanaugh-hearing-how-watch-christine-blasey-ford-testify-supreme-court-nominee-livestream/1430037002/ C-Span 3 is predicting that tomorrow's hearing will be a long one: https://www.c-span.org/schedule/?channel=3
A thread for FJers who feel or have ever felt ‘stuck’ in their practices/faith. And also for those who have left or changed their faith. I’d appreciate to hear your experiences and thoughts. My current personal experience: So I recently moved to the DC area with my family and naturally, my parents are looking for a church home while we are here. We went to one today that aligns with with what they believe. It’s an Independent Baptist Church. They use Focus on The Family (which I have issues with), the pastor there while genuine in his faith seems to be a mentee of Jerry Falw
I came across her and wondered if she has ever been mentioned before? She's a conservative, Christian, homeschooling mom of 3 daughters. She's very anti anything not heterosexual and writes children's books. More specifically, she writes conservative Christian children's books that are anti-homosexual, pro-life and more. http://carladaddesi.com/ is her website. The book proceeds go to crisis pregnancy centers and pro-life organizations. Her husband is an orthopedic surgeon (they spell with an a between the p and d, but it keeps autocorrecting it). Unsure her husband's views on anyt
Toothfairy posted a topic in Quiver Full of PoliticsHe actually said this while Obama was in office bit it's picking up again now. On the conservative radio show ‘Morning In America’, hosted by Bill Bennett, Republican Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan was the guest. Before right-wing radio, Bennet’s previous job was Secretary of Education under President Reagan. He’s also known for being hypocritical: He gambled away millions while preaching morals and values at the same time. Paul Ryan was on Bennett’s showto discuss his House Budget Committee’s report called ‘War on Poverty: 50 Years Later’. In this report, Ryan states t