Monthly Archives: October 2016

Happy All Hallows Eve: Better Known as Halloween

by Charles S. Oaxpatu Today is Halloween in the United States. Halloween is a day of light-hearted fun for children and adults. When I was a small child growing up poor in a rundown urban neighborhood, Halloween was one of … Continue reading

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LGBTQ Persecution Law: NC Loses Again

by Charles S. Oaxpatu When will North Carolina wake up to the fact that anti-LGBTQ bigotry and the laws enacted to support it are a losing proposition for the people of the state?  A daddy and mommy (730 of them … Continue reading

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Dr. Susan M. Shaw Hits the Nail Right on the Head

For those of you who read my three-part series entitled “The 2016 Election, Fundie Religion, and the U.S. Supreme Court,” and thought I was lying about fundie Christian motives, please take a look at the following article by Dr. Susan … Continue reading

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The 2016 Election, Fundie Religion, and the U.S. Supreme Court (Part 3)

by Charles S. Oaxpatu The following is my current opinion regarding the Christian fundamentalist, conservative evangelical, and Religious Right agenda for the U.S. Supreme Court in 2016 and in the future.  It is presented as the following list: (1) Racial … Continue reading

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The 2016 Election, Fundie Religion, and the U.S. Supreme Court (Part 2)

by Charles S. Oaxpatu Christian fundamentalism and conservative evangelicalism have been influenced far too much by three modern day heresies that are running rampant in various flavors and to various degrees on the so-called Religious Right. These three heresies are … Continue reading

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Fundie Religion, the 2016 Election, and the U.S. Supreme Court (Part 1)

by Charles S. Oaxpatu An election for President of the United States is normally all about the candidates who are running; their personal character; their positions on a wide range of issues; and which candidate can beat all the other … Continue reading

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Purging LGBTQ People from Church

A close family member of mine here in Tennessee, a young and well-educated man, is gay.  He was raised day-in and day-out in the nurture and admonition of the Lord from the day he drew his first breath until he … Continue reading

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