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PC Correct "Holiday" Greetings

PC Correct “Holiday” Greetings

by Rev. Austin Miles

12/12/12-Antioch,California
Pittsburgh’s Helen Trautman, CEO of Results Unlimited, an event planning organization and Speakers Bureau (in the process of expanding) has contributed to this column by researching clips and documentation for upcoming stories. Approaching this Christmas Season, a real dilemma was looming; how to keep in the spirit of the holidays while acknowledging the restrictions the current administration has placed on celebrating—-shhhh—Christmas.

Ms. Trautman, an expert PR pro came through. So, even though some risk may be employed, since the word, Christmas, is mentioned, here is a card reflecting the season as it is today while acknowledging Obama’s rule and power, which will be pleasing to Him:

Presbyterians Boost New CHRISLAM Religion!

The off-base Emerging Church is encouraging pastors to embrace an ecumentical concept of combining Christianity and Islam, actually partnering with Islam, to launch a new religion called…Chrislam—which would combine the two. So far, they have managed to gather 130 Christian leaders who collectively state that Muslims and Christians worship the same God. No they do not!  Allah was the Arabic name for a higher power, or a god. Mohammed ‘s god was Allilah, the moon god which conveniently became the generic name for a god, Allah. This is why a crescent moon and star is on the flag of Islam and mosques. Let this be clear.

In a disturbing account of this new movement, Debra Rae in her column released today (1/22/11) on News With Views, titled “The Lost Art Of Critical Thinking,” writes; “Recently, the Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church, Houston, joined Christian communities in Atlanta, Seattle, and Detroit to encourage “ecumentical reconciliation” between Christianity and Islam. Theirs was a celebration of a sort of worldview potpourri mixing together elements of Christianity and Islam. Predictably called Chrislam, this brand of ecumenicalism qualifies both the Bible and the Qur’an as holy texts.” Hence, in a show of equal authenticity, Qur’ans were postitioned in pews next to Bibles.”

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