Ain’t That America: Presbyterians Embrace Gay Marriage

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In the United States, it is important to understand that what is called “Christianity” has long been nothing more than Americanism dressed up with a cross and a Jesus mascot. “Christianity” is always getting a new facelift to correspond to the latest fads in America’s dominant secular popular culture.

“The top legislative body of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has voted by large margins to recognize same-sex marriage as Christian in the church constitution, adding language that marriage can be the union of “two people,” not just “a man and a woman.”

The amendment approved Thursday by the Presbyterian General Assembly requires approval from a majority of the 172 regional presbyteries, which will vote on the change over the next year. But in a separate policy change that takes effect at the end of this week’s meeting, delegates voted to allow ministers to preside at gay weddings in states where the unions are legal and local congregational leaders approve. Nineteen states and the District of Columbia recognize same-sex marriage. …”

Note: The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is pro-abortion, pro-homosexual, pro-comprehensive immigration reform, and anti-racist. As early as 1999, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) announced it was committed to “spiritually confronting the idolatry and ideology of White supremacy and White privilege.”

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19 Comments

  1. Hunter, it’s entirely up to you. I’m just a non hostile Yankee outsider but I would really curb the religious kooks you seem to attract before they completely take over your comments thread.

  2. I would really curb the religious kooks you seem to attract before they completely take over your comments thread.

    Too late. They’ve already “dug in like an Alabama tick.”

    What happened to practical solutions? What happened to rising above argumentum ad nauseam?

    The caustic attitudes of religious fanatics aren’t really all that different than the attitudes and memes espoused by the rabid multiculturalists. Nothing but a bunch of circle jerks fighting for scraps and trying to convince everyone else that their sanctimonious personal views are only one step away from the mainstream. As bad as the race-denying multiculturalists are, they at least have enough focus and drive to achieve something in the real world. I can’t imagine anyone in their right mind—especially anyone with something to lose in the real world—looking at this kind of zealotry you see in pro-Whiteville and being convinced that it has the ability to effectively fight off the anti-White hordes.

  3. ‘The caustic attitudes of religious fanatics (…) their sanctimonious personal views (…) I can’t imagine anyone in their right mind—especially anyone with something to lose in the real world—looking at this kind of zealotry (…) and being convinced that it has the ability to effectively fight off the anti-White hordes’:

    Atheists and practical atheists use many expressions like ‘religious fanatic’, ‘kook’, ‘caustic’, ‘sanctimonious’, ‘not in the real world’, and ‘zealotry’ — to describe Christians. They allow everyone to ‘cling’ to guns, but want they want the rest of us to set aside the Bibles. They think (or are deluded to think) that any religious activity beyond nominal ‘membership churchianity’, or outside a recognised ‘high church’ denomination, is a great shame and weakness, and a potential blight on WN — and they cannot (will not) discern the nature of the true enemy and warfare and weapons that are not carnal.

  4. “CofCC is selling Holy Roman Empire flags now.”

    Which was famously neither Holy, Roman, nor an Empire. It consisted mostly of German principalities.

  5. ‘Which was famously neither Holy, Roman, nor an Empire. It consisted mostly of German principalities’:

    True, but it included at various times the Low Countries, Austria, Moravia, Silesia, Switzerland, Alsace-Lorraine, Croatia, Slovenia, and nearly all of northern Italy except Venetia, so it really was a multi-ethnic union — and it was Roman in the sense that its emperors, beginning with Charlemagne, acknowledged and were crowned by the Pope.

    ‘I bought my flag Mosin. Thanks for telling us’:

    I knew it was something you’d like! Now you can use it as a model for a future flag of the ‘Holy Romano-Talmudic Empire of Dixie and the Golden Circle’. How’s the search for a royal family coming along?

  6. Mosin, you’re really obsessed with this “Holy Romano-Talmudic Empire of Dixie and the Golden Circle” thing. It smacks of delusional thinking. None of us here is even thinking of such a thing. I’d recommend a rest in the country, but you’re already there. It must be all that human manure you’re spreading on your plants that’s doing this to you. Use some chemical fertilizer, your condition might clear up in no time!

  7. ” it really was a multi-ethnic union “

    A “union” in name only. Those very nationalities that you listed fought many a bloody battle amongst themselves while purportedly all being part of the empire.

  8. ‘None of us here is even thinking of such a thing’:

    Not really planning or expecting it, but some of you are DREAMING of it.

    I agree this satire of southern monarch-ism on OD has been overdone, almost. I’m letting it rest for the time being, until the next monarch-ism, Norman, or Cavalier post or comment thread tangent appears.

    ‘A “union” in name only’:

    I know. I like history, Rudel. The disunities of the Empire helped the Reformation forces succeed, and the Anabaptists, Waldenses, Moravian Brethren and other, similar groups find safe havens, moving around within it.

    But the Imperial flag really is a hateful thing to those who love liberty.

  9. Mosin: “Atheists and practical atheists use many expressions like ‘religious fanatic’, ‘kook’, ‘caustic’, ‘sanctimonious’, ‘not in the real world’, and ‘zealotry’ — to describe Christians. They allow everyone to ‘cling’ to guns, but want they want the rest of us to set aside the Bibles.”

    NAAALT. My criticism of Christianity is solely based on the fact that it concerns itself with the souls of racial others and has since its beginnings. The Catholics, Moravians, Lutherans, Presbyterians and others have sent missionaries to Africa as far back as the 18th Century. Say what you want about atheists and pagans but we have never sent missionaries to Africa. The human need for metaphysical belief and faith among us should best be filled with an explicitly racially/ethnically exclusive religion that Our sacred People is at the center of and according to which the state of the souls of Hottentots, Australoids and Bantus is irrelevant.

  10. ‘It smacks of delusional thinking’:

    There you go again, psychoanalysing. Freud said he was bringing us the plague.

    ‘It must be all that human manure you’re spreading’:

    How urban-minded, always worrying about dirt. We use animal manure for crops, but outhouses still have a place.

    . None of us here is even thinking of such a thing. I’d recommend a rest in the country, but you’re already there. It must be all that human manure you’re spreading on your plants

  11. ‘Say what you want about atheists and pagans but we have never sent missionaries to Africa’:

    But some atheists are becoming very ‘evangelical’ for atheism now. Of course White people are the main target, but what would prevent Them from expanding Their field of operations to crusade or counter-evangelise against religion (especially the most hated, fundamentalist forms of the ‘desert religions’ of Christianity and Islam) in NON-White countries too?

  12. Who’s psychoanalyzing Mosin? I don’t know a damn thing about Freudian psychoanalysis. What I do know is that your idiotic statements about things like the “Holy Romano-Talmudic Empire of the Golden Circle And Dixie” are totally off the wall wacko and delusional.

  13. “How’s the search for a royal family coming along?”
    Mosin, these are just ideas being thrown around, because no one knows what we’ll truly look like when we gain independence. I’m not so sure we’ll become a Monarchy, because it just doesn’t sit well with Southrons. I view it more as a “what if it was like this or that?” than anything, whenever someone brings up the Jacobites or Monarchism.

    It’s a pipe dream, so you can sit safe, Mosin.

  14. ‘your idiotic statements about things like the “Holy Romano-Talmudic Empire of the Golden Circle And Dixie” are totally off the wall wacko and delusional’:

    They’re satirical, if you’ve heard of that.

  15. ‘I’m not so sure we’ll become a Monarchy, because it just doesn’t sit well with Southrons (…) It’s a pipe dream’:

    It’s a nightmare.

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