Category Archives: equal rights

What makes a bad New Year? People.

If the world is bad, People made it so. A better world Requires better people. We try to fix the world with laws & programs that fail to make us better people. The world doesn’t need a better political system. It … Continue reading

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Shall we overcome?

Shall we overcome? Don’t succumb to discouragement, self-destruction, and depression. Overcome through the reality of Christ’s love. “Deep in my heart, I do believe, we shall overcome someday!” The lost word of the Bible is a recovery word. It can … Continue reading

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Red and yellow, black and white . . . Prenatal Lives Matter.

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H8 is 2 much fr8 2 carry through life!

Deb8 is no reason 2 h8!

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Bible Believers Should Have The Same Rights As Quran Or Gita Believers!

Almost nobody criticizes Muslims for believing the Quran, or Hindus for believing the Bhagavad Gita. They expect the followers of those religions to believe their holy book. Yet many people criticize Christians and Jews for believing the Bible!  What’s up … Continue reading

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6 Reasons Why The Civil Rights Activits Didn’t Call Their Opponents “Haters”

1)  To call someone a hater would have violated Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s determination for the Movement to follow the spirit of the Biblical principles of love and non-violence. 2)  Blacks were clearly hated in the South so there … Continue reading

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Original Pro-Life Slogans

Here are some original pro-life slogans: Make pre-natal care universal! If human life is worthless in the womb, why is it valuable when viable? Avoid the fastest way through life — the womb to tomb express! Abortion ruins birthdays. How … Continue reading

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