Tweet of the Day, This Is An Excellent Campaign Strategy edition.

This is what you gotta do.

Here’s the actual verse (New International Version, of course): “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” I find it difficult that any Republican candidate for President doesn’t already know that one, but one mustn’t assume. The important thing is, have this ready and loaded to go.

Moe Lane

PS: If you’re talking to Jews, go with Ecclesiastes 3:1. “To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven…” Admittedly, that one’s the King James version, but it also admittedly sounds a bit more like the song.

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Proposed Bible Museum apparently freaks out evangelical atheists like nobody’s business.

Background: The Green family (the folks who own Hobby Lobby) plans to spend some of their money on building a Bible Museum in NYC [DC.  My bad.] – actually, they’ve been planning to do this for some time. Why? Because they think that the Bible is, you know, the word of God; and they intend to promote interest through it via the avenue of a privately-owned, yet well-situated, museum.  And hoo, boy, does that get the usual suspects in full meltdown mode:

Such sentiments have stirred fears about the museum among groups such as the Freedom From Religion Foundation, which promotes separation between church and state. “I think they are a great threat,” said Annie Laurie Gaylor, a co-president of the group, which is based in Madison, Wis. “My instincts would tell me that they are choosing Washington, D.C., because they intend to influence Congress.”

Scheduled to open in 2017, the yet-to-be-named museum would welcome people of all faiths and include rare Torahs as well as historic Bibles.


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