Saturday, April 30, 2016

Do The HRC & Gay Rights Advocates Hate The Female Gender?

The President of Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Dr. Everett Piper recently stood strong against the forced intrusion of the government as it seeks to enforce LBGT rights. 

What makes Dr. Piper's position unique, is that as President of a well renown University he has taken a definitive and unambiguous stand on issues of right now importance, pointing directly at the hidden agenda behind the "news cycle fluff" and the bullying and name calling of gay rights organizations and liberal media organizations. The issue, at heart, as he has outlined, and to which we at the Dunamis Word concurs, is discrimination and even hatred against women.

The HRC (Human Rights Campaign), the supposed champion of gay rights, suckered our extreme, liberal left, led government into supporting policies that would make colleges and institutions of higher learning, become more "transparent" (in their language) as it pertains to LGBT rights and transgenderism under Title IX, even calling for sanctions against universities that do not facilitate cross gender men, seeking to portray themselves as women, suggesting that failure to recognize these men as women, and provide opportunities to them under Title IX, is not something that religious organizations and Universities should be able to be exempt from, and should cause penalties and sanctions against Universities who's statements and missions did not accommodate actions of transgender men. 

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Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Taking a STAND For Religious Freedom...Then There's Tyler & Magic!

Although GA Governor Nathan Deal was a no less than a coward in declining to sign the religious protection act into law known as "The Free Exercise Protection Act", we are glad to see that there are other government officials and state legislatures that have answered the call to protect religious freedoms. 

On Tuesday April 5th, 2016 Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed the "Protecting Freedom of Conscience from Government Discrimination Act" into law. The Law, formerly known as HB757, seeks to protect religious freedoms and stop the adverse actions of discriminating against the religious and religious freedoms when it comes to marriage and other socially acceptable norms as it pertains to religious values.

The Message: 


Neither our religion nor our values are FOR SALE or Compromise!!!!

All of this is in light of the fact that the business community and entertainment industry, led by homosexual advocacy, are seeking to shame all of them that wish to stand FOR religious freedoms and protection of religious rights and values. 

So I need to at least say a word about business and entertainment and more specifically Tyler Perry...

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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

COGIC Charges. Procedures, Rules & Regulations

It has been some time since Elder Earl Carter has taken COGIC Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake to task on the internet for what he (Carter) claims is immoral behavior, an abuse of power and a host of other issues. Carter has continued to air his grievances in spite of recommendations to seek an alternate route or path to make his concerns known. 
There are many sad parts to all of this. Carter, who repeatedly challenged Bishop Blake to take him to court, had his wish granted and is now beating the same internet seeking contributors to help fund his defense. In addition, people, who know either very little or nothing about COGIC process in these matters, are lining up in their feelings, emotion, and righteous indignation, some spouting off some of the most ridiculous things and those encouraging the continued discord, are, in effect, supporting and propping up more CONFUSION!

FACT: Every Organization Has Rules & Guidelines 

ANY group of people that come together for a particular purpose is an organization to some degree. They may or may not have a formal or written code, but bring centered around a purpose or cause makes them an organization. Within that there are certain norms and values that are either accepted or rejected among members of the group. 

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