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LOLGOP Sep 17
You can't understand American politics without understanding evangelicals. And fewer get the religious right better than the exvangelical creator of , , and --
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Ms. Pinky Stanseski Sep 17
This Thursday, my University of Scranton Religions of the World class is going to a temple called Temple Israel, but I cannot go because the Temple is not handicapped accessible.
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Yvette Sep 19
My fourth grade teacher traumatized me as I was developing OCD by telling me that thinking about committing a sin would send me to Hell. It led to me developing religious OCD that I struggled with for 8 yrs.
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Ms. Pinky Stanseski Sep 17
Yesterday in class, My University of Scranton Religions of the World professor called liberals do gooders who do not care about people.
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MyEvangelicalUpbringing Sep 13
Many Liberty students, alumni, and their families are appalled at Falwell's behavior. The rest of us aren't surprised.
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Samantha Field 3h
Replying to @samanthapfield
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Kakistocracy... Sad! Sep 14
Replying to @dbongino @Tweeterlie
Really? Out of all the hashtags is the one that gets to you? You've been sold a pipe dream and don't understand that not everyone bought into the bull shit.
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MyEvangelicalUpbringing Sep 19
A Health textbook for schools has a terrible answer for curing eating disorders: Accept God's will, live for God's glory, and submit to God's control rather than focusing on yourself/giving in to Satan.
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Ms. Pinky Stanseski Sep 12
Today, my University of Scranton Religions of the World professor played bigoted talk show “The Ben Shapiro Show” in class. I protested by wheeling out of the room until it was over!
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Ms. Pinky Stanseski Sep 15
On Friday, I went to the University of Scranton’s Smurfit gallery to see an art mixer. It was very hard to get me in because of this ramp which is the only entrance and exit.
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MyEvangelicalUpbringing Sep 13
In "Biology for Christian Schools," kids learn inaccurate information about in a chapter titled "Human Relationships." A picture of Mary with baby Jesus accompanies the text, along with a list of Bible verses about wombs (KJV, naturally).
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Chrissy Stroop Sep 19
Replying to @BethBDuke @ameliatd
So many of us are speaking out. Check out the hashtags , , and
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MyEvangelicalUpbringing Sep 13
Chapter 1 of Evangelical textbook "Biology for Christian Schools" is on "God and Science." When you believe the world won't get better, that there will always be sickness and suffering, why try to do anything about issues like climate change?
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MyEvangelicalUpbringing Sep 12
My "Health for Schools" textbook emphasizes the danger of a "radical" secular education, and stresses that those who want to be a Christian counselor should pick a fundamental Christian school.
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To Me, It Matters♥️ Sep 12
Replying to @SheBleeds
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Chrissy Stroop Sep 19
Replying to @ameliatd @BethBDuke
Here’s a writeup about , which I started early this year:
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MyEvangelicalUpbringing Sep 17
A Health textbook for schools warns children of the dangers of vegetarianism. Avoiding meat is "devilish doctrine" and a sign of the End Times! No one tell them about vegans...
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Chrissy Stroop 2h
Replying to @C_Stroop
Here’s the background on the hashtag and how it was trolled and often misrepresented in the media. That happened largely because religion journalists exhibited bias toward even authoritarian religion and failed to do their jobs.
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Chrissy Stroop 2h
Earlier this year published a deplorable column about with zero empathy for the queer kids harmed by them and the hashtag misrepresented as driven by “media elites” rather than survivors. That’s where ignoring leavers leads.
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Indignant Chickadee Sep 12
Sadly if you read what cult survivors have to say there are children being abused, not getting education and being raised as holy warriors in the fight to make America a Christian nation. Read:
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