News9, Edmond, Oklahoma, 9-27-2010 Churches now endorsing political candidates without fear of losing their tax exemptions. Here comes the theocracy! Story from News 9: EDMOND, Oklahoma — In 2008, pastors created “Pulpit Freedom Sunday,” a movement created to try and an erase a law that prevents pastors from preaching politics. The participation from pastors over exercising their rights more than doubled this Sunday. Edmond Pastor Paul Blair was one of over 100 pastors across the country who say they exercised their First Amendment right to endorse political candidates in their sermon Sunday. The pastors claim a 1954 amendment to the tax code that prohibits such speech is unconstitutional and needs to be challenged. “The First Amendment is to keep the federal government from coming and telling me what I can and can’t preach,” said Fairview Baptist Church Pastor Paul Blair. “Pastors have been conned by groups like the Americans United for Separation of Church and State that this is wrong, you aren’t suppose to do this.” It’s a message Pastor Blair has been delivering for two years now. It’s the reason he continues to use his pulpit to endorse candidates. “On November 2, as this God fearing Oklahoman, as this patriotic American steps into the election booth, I will be casting my ballot for Representative Mary Fallin for governor,” Pastor Blair preached during his sermon. But federal law says Blair shouldn’t be using the pulpit for politics and the IRS prohibits religious …
Another of me playing the Compton organ dating from 1960 installed at St Clement’s Church in Urmston, Manchester. The video starts with a picture of an original brochure advertising the Compton 357 model featured in this video. After this there are a few shots of electrones under construction at the Compton factory in Acton, London. Then im playing the hymn “There is a green hill far away” which shows off the quieter sounds on the organ including the very beautiful Clarinet stop in the second verse. Many thanks to Alan Crossland for allowing me access to this fine instrument. Video Rating: 5 / 5
Music from Australia and New Zealand in the year 1981: The Church’s promo-video for the single ‘Tear It All Away’. en.wikipedia.org ——————————————- NZOZ NZOZ1981 1981 Australia Early Eighties 1980’s 1980s 80’s 80s Extended Tags: Steve Kilbey, Peter Koppes, Marty Willson-Piper Musical Terms: New Wave, Singer/Songwriter, Rock, Pop, Powerpop, Alternative rock, College rock, Jangle pop, Aussie, Old Australian Band Video Rating: 4 / 5
Question by LydiaB: Looking for the name of an old Church of Jesus christ of latter day saints movie, that they gave away for free?
Hey there! Im trying to find an old movie that the Church of Jesus christ of latter day saints use to give out for free. Its about a girl named Sarah and she is riding her bicycle and is hit by a car and dies. Her family is trying to cope with her death and try to get closer as a family and to God. They convert to the mormon church. Help! I would love to see this movie again, but do not know the name! Any help would be appreciated! Thank you and God bless!
Answer by mmkay haha seriously, dont waste your time, unless you really like vaccums like mormonism.