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Larry Wessels, director of Christian Answers of Austin, Texas/ Christian Debater (YouTube channel: CANSWERSTV) & Steve Morrison, director of Research for Christian Answers (see websites BibleQuery org, HistoryCart com, & MuslimHope com) debate two official representatives of the “Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity” alias Sun Myung Moon’s “Unification Church.” Rev. Moon, who was born in Korea in 1920, wrote a book called “The Divine Principle” in which he claimed Jesus was a failure because he got himself crucified instead of getting married & having kids, the cross was “Satan’s victory not God’s,” the Holy Spirit is a female spirit, the Trinity is false, Rev. Moon is “God’s Messenger” & Messiah, that Jesus cannot save us physically, that Jesus is not God in the flesh, that Jesus Christ is not coming back literally, & on the list goes. Moonies call Moon “greater than Jesus” & “Lord of the Second Advent.” This debate is a direct result of a challenge made by the Unification Church to Christian Answers of Austin, Texas/ Christian Debater for a televised debate. Christian Answers had aired a four hour series on Austin’s Public Access Channel going out to 300000 households in the Austin, Texas & surrounding areas. The series was entitled, “Moonstruck” and covered the following topics: “Rev. Moon’s “Church” #1- History & Teachings of Moon’s Cult,” “Rev. Moon’s “Church” #2- Divine Principle or Satanic Paradigm,” “Rev. Moon’s “Church” #3- Moon’s god …
REV. BILLY (Originally aired: 09-20-99 ! – (as the now famous good reverend was revving up). The Church of Stop Shopping is an activist performance group based in New York City, led by Reverend Billy, the stage name of Bill Talen. Using the form of a revival meeting, on sidewalks and in chain stores, Reverend Billy and his gospel choir exhort consumers to abandon the products of large corporations and mass media; the group also preaches a broader message of economic justice, environmental protection, and anti-militarism, protesting sweatshops and the Iraq War. Though it continues its street theatre activities, the Church has also appeared on stage and has toured internationally. Bill Talen was a Dutch Calvinist Minnesota-born actor who moved to New York from San Francisco in the late 1990s, where he had originally created a character that was a hybrid of street preacher and televangelist called Reverend Billy. This character was performed in various San Francisco alternative theater venues, where Talen had earned a considerable reputation as both a performer and a producer (Life On The Water theater, the Solo Mio Festival, Writers Who Act, etc.). In New York, Talen began appearing as Reverend Billy on street corners in Times Square, near the recently opened Disney Store. Times Square had recently begun its transformation from a seedy but lively center of small-time and sometimes illicit commerce—and also of New York theatre—to a more gentrified and tourist-friendly venue …
For an indexed overview of all un:ART:ig recordings please refer to unartignyc.com Buy Nothing Day Join the Rude Mechanical Orchestra and Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping on the day after Thanksgiving to celebrate Buy Nothing Day, a response to the overconsumerism promoted by the retail industry of Black Friday. Liberate your inner shopaholic from the excesses of holiday consumption and come boogie down instead. The day after Thanksgiving is the biggest shopping day of the year to some, but since 1997 it’s also Buy Nothing Day, a chance to escape the packed malls and aggressive advertising. So give your credit card a rest and put your rhythm to work by joining Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping for a free dance party at Union Square. Receive a special blessing (or exorcism) from the Rev for a Debt-Free Christmas. Music makers and holiday costumes encouraged, all ages welcome. On Saturday you’ll be singing Last Night a DJ Saved My Mortgage. Union Square Broadway and 14th Street, Manhattan 3p; $ free rudemechanicalorchestra.org Video Rating: 4 / 5
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Reverend B. F. Jackson of Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, 1917
Image by UA Archives | Upper Arlington History
Reverend B. F. Jackson was appointed pastor of the Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church in Grandview Heights, Ohio in 1916. Reverend Jackson was a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University and the Boston School of Theology. He was the commencement speaker for the Grandview Heights class of 1918.
Date (yyyy-mm-dd): c. 1917-12
Original Dimensions: 3.7 cm x 3.7 cm
Format: Black and White Halftone Photograph
Source: Norwester, December 1917, page 6
Original Publisher: Upper Arlington Community (Ohio)
Location/s: Upper Arlington (USA, Ohio, Franklin County)
Repository: Upper Arlington Historical Society
Digital Publisher: UA Archives – Upper Arlington Public Library
Credit: UA Archives – Upper Arlington Public Library (Repository: UA Historical Society)
Oldspeak writer Dave McNair conducts exclusive interview with the Rev. Barry Lynn, executive director of Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, a religious liberty watchdog group that works to ensure there is no promotion of religion by government or government officials. While Lynn has been one of the InstituteÂs strongest and most vocal opponents on the issue of separation of church and state, in the spirit of a free exchange of ideas, OldSpeak offers up this revealing interview in which Lynn explains why he thinks America is in danger of becoming a theocracy, characterizes his dispute with religious conservatives as a Âcultural war for the soul of America,Â and responds to the charge that he and Americans United are really out to censor religious expression by removing God from public life.
Since becoming executive director of Americans United for the Separation of Church and State in 1992, Lynn has been a frequent guest on television and radio talk shows for his controversial views on church-state issues. Lynn is also a weekly commentator on church-state issues for UPI Radio and served for two years as regular co-host of ÂPat Buchanan and Company.Â Before becoming executive director of Americans United, Lynn held a variety of positions related to religious liberty concerns. From 1984 to 1991, he was legislative counsel for the Washington office of the American Civil Liberties Union, where he frequently worked on church-state issues. From 1974 to 1980, Lynn served in a variety of positions with the national offices of the United Church of Christ, including a two-year stint as legislative counsel for the ChurchÂs Office of Church in Society in Washington, DC.
Dave McNair is a freelance writer based in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Question by LEGGY SURFER BLONDE: isn’t it strange it took a white priest, not his black reverend to make obama leave his trinity church?
Cover up or is Trinity Church purposely ruining Obama’s chance after he denounced Rev. Wright?
Answer by greencoke Why is that strange?
Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!