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The Faith-Based and Community Groups Deception
News Analysis by Steve Olree
St. Louis MetroVoice
One of President George
W. Bush’s domestic priorities was the implementation of his Faith-Based and Community Groups Initiative,
a linchpin of his Compassionate Conservatism concept. The Faith-Based and Community Initiative (FBCI) has created controversy
on both the left and right ends of the political spectrum, and on the
religious spectrum from
the most fervently religious to the most stridently atheistic.
our opinion, much of this debate has focused on peripheral and subsidiary
issues rather than the narrower elements of truth that would help
believers to decide the matter more easily.
| In this article
we will provide an overview of the
main elements of the FBCI and the debate
surrounding it. However, we will emphasize the more essential questions
that must be considered regarding the proper biblical roles of the
church, state, family and the individual in the provision of mercy
to the poor and needy.
Homosexual Group in Georgia Receives Faith-Based
Community Group Grant
By Sue Ella Deadwyler
July 3, 2003
Over a year ago, on February 25, 2002 I warned about H.B.
1407 that authorized tax grants to religious institutions. That
idea caught on because President Bush campaigned on giving tax money
to faith-based initiatives. As President, he established the program
through an executive order that went into effect December 2002.
His plan allows organizations to receive
federal tax money sent to states that distribute it to charities, churches
and other religious institutions to fund social services.
Chief Justice Roy Moore Defies 11th Circuit
Refuses to Remove 10 Commandments
from Alabama Court House
By Douglas W. Phillips, Esq.
August 5th, the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals lifted the stay
on the order to remove the Ten Commandments from the Alabama
that the stay is lifted and the order to remove is in place, Chief
Justice Roy Moore has been given fifteen days to remove the Ten
Commandment, or else.
he will not obey this order. To do so would be (a) to violate his
oath of office to the Alabama Constitution which specifically declares
the state laws to be under God; (b) to grant jurisdiction to a federal
court which is acting beyond the scope of its lawful jurisdiction;
(c) to ratify an unlawful and usurpatious application of the First
Amendment; and most importantly (d) to concede that the God of Scripture
is not supreme over the laws of the United States.
Baptist Church of Harvester Hosts Labor Day Conference for Singles
to Hold Annual Fund Raising Dinner October 16th
Now for Best Choice Training
Mafia Member Tom Papania To Speak at SeptemberFest Sept. 20th
Pianist Kris Becker
to Perform Benefit Concert for Family Shield Ministries
Dyer to Speak at Midwest Messianic Center Conference Sept. 26th
Christian Family Day Hits
a Grand Slam
The NEA: Politicizing Education
You Graduate from the 8th Grade
The Passion Revisited