Best Little Southern Baptist Whorehouse in Dixie (Land Mohler Stanley Where's My Kidney Mix)





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Published on Aug 22, 2009

"The case for using force to bring about disarmament and regime change in Iraq was clearly and convincingly made for anyone who has eyes to see and ears to hear. Our choice is to pay less now and deal with this problem or we can pay a lot more later and deal with a nuclear-armed Saddam." Richard Land, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention

"We should offer to serve the war effort in any way possible. God battles with people who oppose him, who fight against him and his followers." Charles Stanley, former President Southern Baptist Convention

"American foreign policy and military might have opened an opportunity for the Gospel in the land of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob." Southern Baptist Press

"The secular world tends to look at Iraq and say, well, it's Muslim, and that's just a fact, and any Christian influence would just be a form of Western imperialism. The Christian has to look at Iraq and see persons desperately in need of the gospel. Compelled by the love and command of Christ, the Christian will seek to take that gospel in loving and sensitive, but very direct, ways to the people of Iraq." Al Mohler President Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

"How would the government of the United States feel if (Israeli) Prime Minister (Benjamin) Netanyahu began to dictate which people could live in the Bronx, which ones could live in Manhattan, which ones could live in Queens and so you know we only allow certain people to live in these neighborhoods. How would that go over? It wouldn't go over very well." Mike Hucakee Southern Baptist Convention


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