Sunday, October 31, 2004

Happy Reformation Day!

The real reason to celebrate: today is the anniversary of one of the most important moments in Church history.

On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther, a Roman Catholic priest, posted on the church doors at Wittenberg his 95 Theses.

The main thrust of his argument was that God had clearly revealed in His Scriptures that:
-because of our sin, all of us justly deserve His wrath,

-there's nothing we can do about it, but

-because of His great love for us, the Son of God bled and died to take away our sins!
Because of Jesus, we are freely and completely forgiven of all our sins, reconciled to God, and await eternal life with Christ in His kingdom!

What better reason to celebrate?

Mark Steyn on why many support Kerry

Justifications for backing Kerry fall flat

Big Media again trying to help their candidate to the detriment of the truth (and our nation)

Jack Kelly: Explosive charge

"Michael Moore, America's worst enemy and one of the world's most evil men is a big fan of yours."

What does it say about Moore's ideology that a religious tyrant and mass murderer uses his "creative" output to try to influence the American electorate?

What does it say about the Democratic Party that Moore receives a place of honor at its Convention?

It only took about a year after 9-11 for the leadership of the Democratic Party to start putting their own political gain ahead of the security of America.

Providing aid to the enemy in a time of war is treason. Providing significant portions of bin Laden's Election Eve propaganda piece would qualify as providing aid, wouldn't it?

Read about it at the New York Post Online Edition