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    Tuesday, January 15, 2008

    The islum Jesus was Judas

    We hear that islum worships the same God as Christians. He's a tricky dude though.

    Jesus had done something displeasing to God and was punished. So all the people who 'thought' they saw Jesus on the cross, were really looking at Judas, but their eyes were lying.

    Jesus? He escaped to go hiding somewhere and of course was not raised from the dead since it wasn't him on the cross.

    Sound feasable? Nope, it sounds like a joke.

    Very naughty God the Father to deceive the people that way, no?

    In fact, doesn't sound much like God the Father at all.

    Deception comes not from God but from you-know-who. Who as I said all along was the whisperer to that you-know-who prophet they refuse to have a picture of lest they fall into idolatry. You know... that PBUH-peace-be-upon-him guy. That guy that dares not have a teddy bear named after him. Sounds like idolatry to me anyway, picture or not.


    A director who shares the ideas of Iran's hardline president has produced what he says is the first film giving an Islamic view of Jesus Christ, in a bid to show "common ground" between Muslims and Christians.

    Nader Talebzadeh sees his movie, Jesus, the Spirit of God, as an Islamic answer to Western productions like Mel Gibson's 2004 blockbuster The Passion of the Christ, which he praised as admirable but quite simply "wrong".

    "Gibson's film is a very good film. I mean that it is a well-crafted movie but the story is wrong — it was not like that," he said, referring to two key differences: Islam sees Jesus as a prophet, not the son of God, and does not believe he was crucified.

    Talebzadeh said he even went to Gibson's mansion in Malibu, California, to show him his film.

    But it was Sunday and the security at the gate received the film and the brochure and promised to deliver it," though the Iranian never heard back.

    The film, funded by state broadcasting, faded off the billboards but is far from dead, about to be recycled in a major 20-episode spin-off to be broadcast on state-run national television this year.

    Friday, January 04, 2008

    Perfect purple

    Bishop John W. Yanta of the diocese of Amarillo said that Tuesday January 22 will be observed in his diocese as a "Day of Fast and Abstinence." Catholic priests in the diocese will celebrate in violet vestments, a symbol of penance in the Catholic Church.
    ...bishop has declared his diocese will observe the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision legalizing abortion in the United States, as a day of penance for Catholics... Tuesday January 22.
    "I encourage all the people of God to attend Mass that day, pray before the Blessed Sacrament, pray the rosary and witness to life," Bishop Yanta wrote.
    The day coincides with the annual National March for Life in Washington, D.C., whose 2008 theme is "Build Unity on the Life Principles throughout America. No Exception! No Compromise!"

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