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Erick Stakelbeck, CUFI @ PSU (Part 3)

UPDATED TO ADD: While I applaud CUFI for standing up against atheistic socialists, Communists, and leftist anti-religious kooks– the enemy of my enemy is my friend– I also suggest taking them with a grain of salt, since one of their founders is the anti-Catholic, heretical neo-Protestant televangelist John Hagee. Hagee denounces the Sacraments, calls the Roman Catholic Church "the Whore of Babylon," and says it was somehow a bad thing when Emperor Saint Constantine ended the Roman persecution of Christians (what Hagee doesnt mention is that Constantine also outlawed abortion, infanticide, and the more brutal forms of "entertainment" in the Roman arenas). Contrary to what Hagee claims, Constantine did not make Christianity "the State religion"; and Hagees claim that veneration of the Blessed Virgin Mary is "idol worship" shows that he has an utter lack of appreciation of Incarnational theology. See Hagees anti-Catholic, anti-Sacramental ranting here: youtu.be See a Jewish journalist get thrown out of CUFI for asking questions about their "rapture" beliefs, and getting some members to admit they cant wait for Armageddon, here: youtu.be Hagee may have mellowed and tempered his anti-Catholicism in recent years; in 2008 he apologized to Bill Donohue of the Catholic League, for anti-Catholic statements. Perhaps Hagee realizes we have a common enemy in the rise of totalitarianism and the Culture of Death, as manifested for example by Obamas support of infanticide. See <b>…<b>

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Erick Stakelbeck, CUFI @ PSU (Part 6)

UPDATED TO ADD: While I applaud CUFI for standing up against atheistic socialists, Communists, and leftist anti-religious kooks– the enemy of my enemy is my friend– I also suggest taking them with a grain of salt, since one of their founders is the anti-Catholic, heretical neo-Protestant televangelist John Hagee. Hagee denounces the Sacraments, calls the Roman Catholic Church "the Whore of Babylon," and says it was somehow a bad thing when Emperor Saint Constantine ended the Roman persecution of Christians (what Hagee doesnt mention is that Constantine also outlawed abortion, infanticide, and the more brutal forms of "entertainment" in the Roman arenas). Contrary to what Hagee claims, Constantine did not make Christianity "the State religion"; and Hagees claim that veneration of the Blessed Virgin Mary is "idol worship" shows that he has an utter lack of appreciation of Incarnational theology. See Hagees anti-Catholic, anti-Sacramental ranting here: youtu.be See a Jewish journalist get thrown out of CUFI for asking questions about their "rapture" beliefs, and getting some members to admit they cant wait for Armageddon, here: youtu.be Hagee may have mellowed and tempered his anti-Catholicism in recent years; in 2008 he apologized to Bill Donohue of the Catholic League, for anti-Catholic statements. Perhaps Hagee realizes we have a common enemy in the rise of totalitarianism and the Culture of Death, as manifested for example by Obamas support of infanticide. See <b>…<b>

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Erick Stakelbeck, CUFI @ PSU (Part 5)

UPDATED TO ADD: While I applaud CUFI for standing up against atheistic socialists, Communists, and leftist anti-religious kooks– the enemy of my enemy is my friend– I also suggest taking them with a grain of salt, since one of their founders is the anti-Catholic, heretical neo-Protestant televangelist John Hagee. Hagee denounces the Sacraments, calls the Roman Catholic Church "the Whore of Babylon," and says it was somehow a bad thing when Emperor Saint Constantine ended the Roman persecution of Christians (what Hagee doesnt mention is that Constantine also outlawed abortion, infanticide, and the more brutal forms of "entertainment" in the Roman arenas). Contrary to what Hagee claims, Constantine did not make Christianity "the State religion"; and Hagees claim that veneration of the Blessed Virgin Mary is "idol worship" shows that he has an utter lack of appreciation of Incarnational theology. See Hagees anti-Catholic, anti-Sacramental ranting here: youtu.be See a Jewish journalist get thrown out of CUFI for asking questions about their "rapture" beliefs, and getting some members to admit they cant wait for Armageddon, here: youtu.be Hagee may have mellowed and tempered his anti-Catholicism in recent years; in 2008 he apologized to Bill Donohue of the Catholic League, for anti-Catholic statements. Perhaps Hagee realizes we have a common enemy in the rise of totalitarianism and the Culture of Death, as manifested for example by Obamas support of infanticide. See <b>…<b>

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Iran Leaders, The 12th Imam, & The End Of Days (Erick Stakelbeck & CUFI @ PSU, Part 7)

UPDATED TO ADD: While I applaud CUFI for standing up against atheistic socialists, Communists, and leftist anti-religious kooks– the enemy of my enemy is my friend– I also suggest taking them with a grain of salt, since one of their founders is the anti-Catholic, heretical neo-Protestant televangelist John Hagee. Hagee denounces the Sacraments, calls the Roman Catholic Church "the Whore of Babylon," and says it was somehow a bad thing when Emperor Saint Constantine ended the Roman persecution of Christians (what Hagee doesnt mention is that Constantine also outlawed abortion, infanticide, and the more brutal forms of "entertainment" in the Roman arenas). Contrary to what Hagee claims, Constantine did not make Christianity "the State religion"; and Hagees claim that veneration of the Blessed Virgin Mary is "idol worship" shows that he has an utter lack of appreciation of Incarnational theology. See Hagees anti-Catholic, anti-Sacramental ranting here: youtu.be See a Jewish journalist get thrown out of CUFI for asking questions about their "rapture" beliefs, and getting some members to admit they cant wait for Armageddon, here: youtu.be The attitude of some dispensationalist neo-Protestants towards Armageddon, which they believe will precede the 2nd coming of Jesus in our lifetimes, could almost be compared to what stakelbeck describes in this video as the attitude of fanatical jihadists towards worldwide chaos preceding the arrival of the 12th Imam. Pperhaps we need <b>…<b>

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Erick Stakelbeck, CUFI @ PSU (Part 8)

UPDATED TO ADD: While I applaud CUFI for standing up against atheistic socialists, Communists, and leftist anti-religious kooks– the enemy of my enemy is my friend– I also suggest taking them with a grain of salt, since one of their founders is the anti-Catholic, heretical neo-Protestant televangelist John Hagee. Hagee denounces the Sacraments, calls the Roman Catholic Church "the Whore of Babylon," and says it was somehow a bad thing when Emperor Saint Constantine ended the Roman persecution of Christians (what Hagee doesnt mention is that Constantine also outlawed abortion, infanticide, and the more brutal forms of "entertainment" in the Roman arenas). Contrary to what Hagee claims, Constantine did not make Christianity "the State religion"; and Hagees claim that veneration of the Blessed Virgin Mary is "idol worship" shows that he has an utter lack of appreciation of Incarnational theology. See Hagees anti-Catholic, anti-Sacramental ranting here: youtu.be See a Jewish journalist get thrown out of CUFI for asking questions about their "rapture" beliefs, and getting some members to admit they cant wait for Armageddon, here: youtu.be Hagee may have mellowed and tempered his anti-Catholicism in recent years; in 2008 he apologized to Bill Donohue of the Catholic League, for anti-Catholic statements. Perhaps Hagee realizes we have a common enemy in the rise of totalitarianism and the Culture of Death, as manifested for example by Obamas support of infanticide. See <b>…<b>

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