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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Falwell not Well

I don't feel sorry for him one bit. Hateful, anti-Pagan thing to say, I know. But in this mortal coil I find it very hard to overlook things like this:

1998: Confronted on national television with a controversial quote from America Can Be Saved!, a published collection of his sermons, Falwell denies having written the book or had anything to do with it. In the 1979 work, Falwell wrote, “I hope to live to see the day when, as in the early days of our country, we won’t have any public schools. The churches will have taken them over again and Christians will be running them. What a happy day that will be!” Despite Falwell’s denial, Sword of the Lord Publishing, which produced the book, confirms that Falwell wrote it.

Click on the article title above to see more charming lies and other subversions from this supposed 'man of God'


Lynn said...

I am not "rejoicing" as I try to recognize that there are people that grieve even disgusting human beings but I dont think we will miss him alot.

As I said elsewhere, I think we need to look at a society that enables and supports the kind of craziness that is attributed to him.

An FYI about a few things- I can add some stuff if you want, if you think the links are sparse. Also just in case you want to create links without seeing all the http:///blah blah blah stuff...there is a quick way. Paste your url where you see the word link. And disregard the * * as they are just there to make sure it doesn't create a real link.

*Words I Want to Have On Screen*

If you do that, it will eliminate the really long url's that get lost when they run off the page. The post area is only so wide and sometimes a long link will get cut off. Also, it looks smoother. Not a big deal but I thought I'd let you know how its done!

continuing... said...

Oops it created a real link anyway! Foiled by blogger again!

It wont let me type the code.

Hmm. It is: greater than sign then the letter a with open side of bracket facing letter a.



quote. then paste url in quotes. Close quote.

Then a less than sign.Open side facing the url that you have in quotes. Then the words you want. then greater than sign open away from quotes and then slash / then the letter a.

Mariamariacuchita said...

hi, sirona. Hope you are well..miss you at PT.

Lily said...

Just checking in, how are ya?

sirona said...

am well, today! Had a bit too much 'indulgence' at Blue Moon celebration Sat. night. I should know better...

Lynn said...

Well, why not? Once in a while some indugence is good.-L

Mariamariacuchita said...

hey, sirona~~just sating hi.

Mariamariacuchita said...

ooops, saying hi.