Synchretistic Leaders and the Gospel as an Adjective

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Two troubling goings on in America…

Who says America is irreligious? Not the Democratic National Committee. I am sure there were Christians in that audience.

Answer this, gentle reader: What would John Knox say?

UPDATE: Geraldine Ferraro comes to the Immam’s defence. My favorite line: you know who spoke the next day? A Rabbi honey!!!”   Wow! She went on to say “A muslim, a jew the next day and then a Catholic.” 

Here is syncretism of another kind:

The only NFL sanctioned Gospel Concert. This just in Cedric the Entertainer will Co-host! Whoo Whoo.

Answer this, concerned citizen of the Kingdom: How often does the Bible use ‘Gospel’ as an adjective?

Answer in the Meta if you will.

al sends

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