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"Your papers please." If the current administration has their way, this will be the phrase spoken before we can board a plane, travel across state lines, receive medical help and more. It is the same phrase spoken, and accepted, during the days before the Holocaust.
April 8 is Holocaust Remembrance Day. It is a day often overlooked by most Americans because it is something that didn't affect most of us personally. Sadly, that same era is being ushered in by the Biden administration which will affect every American personally.
Many liberal universities in America and Britain teach students the Holocaust never happened. According to a 2019 poll, 1 in 20 people in Britain have bought that lie. According to Newsweek magazine, one-third of Americans have and don't believe six million Jews were murdered during the Holocaust.
First, she shook the evangelical world by leaving the Southern Baptist Convention. Now, Beth Moore, arguably the evangelical world's most famous Bible teacher, has begged forgiveness for supporting the theology of male headship rooted in many evangelical cultures.
In a Twitter thread Wednesday, April 7, Moore took aim at complementarianism, the 20th century theological framework that argues men and women were created for different roles and that effectively champions male headship and female submission.
For some evangelicals, complementarianism is a line in the sand. Those who question it are seen as undermining belief in the Bible. Moore said that was wrong.
"God, I want to come closer to you."
That prayer came after a vacation and before Pastor Sue Detweiler laid her 5-week-old daughter in her crib and fell into bed, exhausted.
"And then my husband headed to the church to be ready for the next morning service. And so I fell into a deep sleep," Detweiler tells Dr. Steve Greene on a recent episode of the Greenelines podcast on the Charisma Podcast Network.
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