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Steve Riggle

Who Are the 5 Pastors in the Houston Sermon Subpoena Scandal?

Although much has been reported regarding the ethics and legality behind the city of Houston's subpoena of five Houston-area pastors that had asked them to turn over all of their sermons that address homosexuality, gender identity, and the city's first openly-lesbian mayor, little attention has been given to who those five pastors actually are and the ministries they operate.

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    Sorcery in the Sanctuary; Witchcraft (Part Two)

    We see the evidence of witchcraft in Saul's life long before he consulted the witch of Endor. It began with his rebellion of disobeying God when he spared the King of the Amalekites and the best of all the animals.

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    Why Are These Pastors Being Threatened With Fines of $1,000 Per Day?

    People of faith do not forfeit their freedoms of speech and religion when they go into business. Public accommodations laws that elevate homosexual behavior to a protected status have been used to punish churches, wedding photographers, bakers, florists, wedding venues, faith-based adoption agencies, and even t-shirt makers in various states for refusing to participate in or promote an event or message that violated their conscience.

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  • European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, January 30, 2009.

    Man Faked Coma for 2 Years to Avoid Court in UK

    A man faked a coma for two years to avoid going to court in the U.K., according to reports. Alan Knight of Swansea, Wales, was caught on camera at a supermarket, which meant his story about being quadriplegic and diagnosed with other medical conditions.

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    Immigration Reform 2014 Update: Senate Democrats Urge Homeland Security to Protect Mothers and Children in Need of Asylum

    In a move which seeks to oppose the creation of the largest immigrant detention facility in the country, as well as to focus attention on the plight of immigrant mothers and children, 10 Senate Democrats wrote a letter to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, in which they mentioned that they were "deeply concerned with the decision to build the Dilley detention center that will detain women and children."

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