Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Screen Shot 2021-01-27 at 9.18.46 AMAs I transition away from Twitter and Facebook, join me at Gab (which is BETTER than Twitter) and run by a faithful Christian and not dependent on subversive Big Tech.

He is building his own platform and services. He does not track or make money off data from his customers. It is a free service with free speech. No illegal or immoral activity like porn. Just Free Speech.

He has been cut off from PayPal, Visa, banks and all the other Marxists who oppose free speech and Christianity.

You can find me there at https://gab.com/SteveKRay   Join for free and be free!

Here is an interview with the founder Andrew Torba. This interview “sealed the deal” for me.

 

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downloadJesus asked an unusual question from heaven. “Saul, Saul, why do you persecute Me?” How could Saul persecute Jesus who was safely distanced in heaven?

This question was the seed that grew into the foundation for all of St. Paul’s teaching and theology. Fascinating look at how we are all in Christ and Christ is in us.

Steve also discusses his times visiting the very location of Saul’s conversion in Damascus and how he came down the same wall as St. Paul in a basket.

By the way, do you know why nothing really happened that day?

Enjoy the lively discussion here

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POLITICS HITS BASEBALL  Almost 30% of baseball writers decided to prevent Curt Schilling from entering the Hall of Fame. The only other retired pitcher with more than 3,000 strikeouts not in the hall is Roger Clemens, who took steroids and lied about it.

What was Curt Schilling’s problem? Tim Carney writes: “ESPN fired Schilling as a commentator in 2016 after he posted on social media about transgender bathroom mandates … it seems as though sports writers have now elevated ‘bad’ politics to the level of cheating so as to keep a dominant pitcher of his era out of the Hall of Fame.

Cancel culture has hit Cooperstown.”  READ

All it takes for evil to win is for a good people to do nothing — or for good people to be afraid to say anything.

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