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Religious Wars

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Religious Wars

Religious Wars


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Tonights show features Lester broadcasting from Washington DC and Mickey Rowe broadcasting from Orlando FL. We start in Enfield, CT where a high school graduation was barred from holding their commencement in a cathedral that was replete with all the religious symbols of Christianity, and the courts forced the school to find a more neutral facility, since three were available and being offered. We then discuss actress Megan Fox, who told a journalist with Total Film UK that if she had a chance to stop the Transformer movie villian, Megatron, she would barter with him and ask him to only "take out the white-trash, hillbill, anti-gay, super Bible-beating people of middle-America." After that we do a refresher for our listeners on "Just War Theory" before illustrating how Pam Geller, author of the "Atlas Shrugs" blog, uses the seven points of "Just War Theory" to construct hate against Muslims. Geller is on a campaign to stop the 13-story mosque from being built "at ground zero," which in actual fact is two blocks away. In talking about Geller we discuss the pipe bombing of a mosque in Jacksonville, FL on May 11, 2010. We end by talking about Ted Haggard's new church, which supposedly will be gay-welcoming, but certainly not gay-affirming. Haggard's new religious philosphy of morality is that "here on Eart, sexuality is very complex and very confusing." Yes, Ted, with you teaching it, it is bound to be very confusing. You want to "welcome gays," but you won't validate their lives by blessing their unions. Just how you gonna do that?