Posts made in August, 2017

Defining Love

Posted on Aug 14, 2017 in Relationship with G-D

Defining Love

DEFINING LOVE

What is the first word we should think of when we define God’s love?
Before I give you the definition I wanted to look at a few things from our culture.

Love is fondness, an affection of the mind caused by that which delights
Love is an intense feeling of deep affection
Love is a feeling of strong or constant affection for a person.
Love is a variety of different emotional and mental states, typically strongly and positively experienced, that ranges from deepest interpersonal affection to simple pleasure.

Although all of this is part of love, it is not a foundational understanding of love. Love is not based on emotions no more than our primary definition can be an emotion.

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Transgender Day Camp Caters To Kids As Young As Four

Posted on Aug 10, 2017 in Family

Transgender Day Camp Caters To Kids As Young As Four
Paul Bremmer

Children come from all over the world to attend Rainbow Day Camp in El Cerrito, California.

They come to this San Francisco Bay-area day camp from Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and even Africa. Parents are drawn to it because it’s a place where their children can be themselves. In particular, their children can be whatever gender they think they are.

Since the camp opened three summers ago, enrollment has tripled to about 60. The skyrocketing interest has organizers planning to open a branch in Colorado next summer, and parents and organizations in Seattle, Atlanta, Louisiana and elsewhere have contacted the camp about setting up similar programs.

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Isaiah was right – ‘rogue’ judge, NY politicians prove it

Posted on Aug 7, 2017 in Politics

Isaiah was right – ‘rogue’ judge, NY politicians prove it

A pro-family activist in New York says the Old Testament prophet Isaiah was right: there will come a time people call evil good and good evil. In fact, says the activist, it happened this week in a New York courtroom.

Jeffrey Hurant, the owner and operator of a New York-based online brothel, could have gotten up to seven years under New York law – and up to five years under federal law – for running a brothel. But several homosexual New York City politicians and two members of Congress lobbied for leniency. U.S. District Judge Margo Brodie evidently listened, sending Hurant away for six months and imposing a $7,500 fine.

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