Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore

In a recent interview, Moore insisted that “there are communities under Sharia law right now in our country.” However, he didn’t provide any specifics.


Bible with an American flag

In America, religion and government are supposed to be independent of one another. But don’t tell that to Judge Roy Moore, the frontrunner in Alabama’s upcoming Senate race. Moore, an outspoken Christian, has a long track record of acting upon his faith while in government office and resisting calls to put his beliefs aside.

Roy Moore is perhaps best known as the “Ten Commandments Judge” – a nickname he earned back in the 1990s when he famously hung a copy of the commandments on the door to his judicial chambers. Moore went on to defy a federal order to remove a large statue of the Ten Commandments from Alabama state property.

Over the years, he’s been publicly forced out of several government positions for refusing to compromise on his strong Christian beliefs.

Is America a Christian County?

Absolutely, according to Moore. He argues that the Constitution was written to “foster Christianity” and that the founders intended America to be a Christian nation. In his mind, the Christian God is “the only source of our law, liberty and government.”

“To deny God — to deny Christianity or Christian principles — is to deny what the First Amendment was established for. You see, the First Amendment was established on Christian principles,” Moore explains.

The Quran

Sharia Law in the U.S.

In addition to his Christian convictions, Moore is also highly skeptical of Islam. In a recent interview with the online publication Vox, Moore made headlines by insisting that certain areas of the U.S. were currently under Sharia law. The puzzling exchange is worth reading in full.

Roy Moore: There are communities under Sharia law right now in our country. Up in Illinois. Christian communities; I don’t know if they may be Muslim communities.

But Sharia law is a little different from American law. It is founded on religious concepts.

Reporter: Which American communities are under Sharia law? When did they fall under Sharia law?

Roy Moore: Well, there’s Sharia law, as I understand it, in Illinois, Indiana — up there. I don’t know.

Reporter: That seems like an amazing claim for a Senate candidate to make.

Roy Moore: Well, let me just put it this way — if they are, they are; if they’re not, they’re not. That doesn’t matter.

He offered no further details on the issue.

Opposition to Gay Marriage

Judge Moore’s faith has also led him to take strong stances on social issues such as gay marriage. Even after the Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage, he remained resolute. As Alabama’s Chief Justice, he instructed the state’s probate courts to deny marriage licenses to gay couples. As a result, he was forced to step down from his judicial post.

But his opposition to appears to go beyond concerns about marriage – as recently as 2005, Moore insisted that “homosexual conduct” should be made illegal nationwide, defiantly comparing it to bestiality during a televised interview.

On the Road to Washington

Since Roy Moore is the Republican candidate running in a red state, the odds are high that he’ll be elected the next Senator of Alabama.

It’s yet to be seen if Moore will put a copy of the Ten Commandments on the door to his Senate office, but judging by his track record and deep Christian convictions, it would likely come as a bigger surprise if he decided not to.

 

67 comments

  1. Katelynne Victoria Shouse says:

    This dried up old nutsack is an embarrassment to the United States; he and his filth need to do everyone a favor and die already!

    1. Lone says:

      This statement is using very harsh non spiritual words. Isn’t this site for those who are spirit filled.

      1. John Owens says:

        Oh, but THEIR harsh hate-filled words are righteous, Lone. If you say something factual, which they don’t like, THAT’s hate-speech.

        1. JOHN MAHER says:

          SAY HELLO to YER UNCLE ROY, BOOGER OWINS RACIST VILLAGE IDIOT, DUMP the ORANGUtRUMP DOTAR

    2. pablo Fumero says:

      When politics is disguised as religion and vise-versa… we get this.

  2. Miranda Allison Young says:

    Everyone in the US needs to pray that he will not get elected. He is the worst possible person to be in our Senate.

    1. Carl Elfstrom says:

      I always drive straight through Alabama without stopping or fly over it. I suggest everyone else does the same. It’s just one little state in fifty and we really don’t need it. Apparently most of the voters there must be backward and prejudiced people or they wouldn’t keep voting for politicians who are. The rest are probably self-defeatists. Those people are stuck in their ways and are’nt going to change. The best thing we can do is ignore them.

      1. Norma Battes says:

        Carl Elfstrom
        October 4, 2017 at 4:14 pm
        ” The best thing we can do is ignore them. ”
        Unfortunately that’s how they will win and keep winning. Ignoring and hoping things will go away doesn’t work. Education, strict and fair voting laws, and candidates with solid agendas is how to win elections. Mr. Bannon was right, if the general public can be kept confused with race wars, political infighting, and twitter nonsense, then the real damage to our civil rights, environment, and economics will happen. Fools will say it happened behind our backs when it really happened under our noses. Read, understand, and speak the truth.

      2. John Owens says:

        We hope people like you DO fly over, Carl. Apparently you are one of those goofballs who thinks just because he or she is from ONE place, that he or she is smarter, better, and somehow more sophisticated than people from someplace else. Do you have any idea how stupid and prejudiced that really is? Do you even realize how prejudiced your comments are? Read them again and analyze them critically, and you might learn ONE thing that will make you smarter than you are. Have you ever heard of UAB Hospital? Marshall Space Flight Center/NASA? Honda Manufacturing of Alabama? Honeywell Industries? Tennessee Valley Authority? British Aerospace? Kia? World Marine? Austal? A hundred other companies you are too unlearned to recognize. You don’t know one tenth of what you think you know.

  3. John Owens says:

    Yeah. This is an Alabama thing. Mitch McConnell tried to get us to vote for Luther Strange. Even Donald Trump encouraged us to vote for Luther Strange (the appointed incumbent Senator). Roy Moore has two things almost NO politician has– courage and principles. I know those are both detestable things to most of you, but they mean something to us, whether we agree or disagree with them, we respect them. From what I’ve read on your comments here, most of you don’t know anything about right and wrong or good and evil, but you just follow whatever fad the mainstream happens to be pushing at the time. Moore is consistent and predictable. Most of you would have voted for Hillary (along with all those dead people and illegal aliens), but you know Hillary lies like Hell even when it would be simpler to tell the truth, and she changes positions just like the weather changes. Roy Moore doesn’t. We respect that, and if you had any honor in you, you’d respect it also, but of course, most of you don’t, and that is why our society is doomed if we leave it to you. That is why we are taking the country back from you. You had it for a little while and are turning it to shit, so we are taking it back. Get ready to be re-educated or ostracized.

    1. JOHN MAHER says:

      THE PROBLEM is ALL these F..KT..Ds, RACISTS, LEFTOVER NAZI CONDOMS, BIGOTS,IGNORANT FECES of FAKE LIFE, HELLO JOHN BOOGER OWINS, HAIL to the THIEF, ORANGUtRUNPDOTAR to be EXACT

    2. Tyson Wade says:

      Please, articulate further. Roy Moore has the courage and principles to make up outrageous claims that are demonstrably false, and then immediately backpedal and refuse to comment further? The courage to propagate the ridiculous, racist claim that Obama wasn’t born in America? The courage to use his leadership position as a judge to bully lower courts into refusing same-sex marriage licenses a year after Obergefell v. Hodges, based solely off his own prejudices? Wow, what a courageous man. Truly.

      Please, John, try and think critically and pay attention. I know those are hard concepts to grasp for a Trump voter but please make an attempt. Roy Moore is an evil man and if you support him you are no better.

      1. John Owens says:

        https://www.thomasmore.org/news/sharia-the-usa-christians-jailed-preaching-muslims-dearborn-mi-officials-sued/

        Demonstrably misconstrued or quoted but not demonstrably false. You should think more critically and inform yourself a little better.

      2. John Owens says:

        https://www.thomasmore.org/news/sharia-the-usa-christians-jailed-preaching-muslims-dearborn-mi-officials-sued/

        Demonstrably misconstrued or quoted but not demonstrably false. You should think more critically and inform yourself a little better.

        How in the HELL is it RACIST to claim that Obama was not born in the U.S.? By what AMAZING QUANTUM LEAP of logic does that become RACIST? Are you so dense as to believe that everything you don’t like is RACIST? And it is NOT ridiculous either. The fact that Obama’s past is so cloudy is ridiculous and everything about him is questionable.

        As for not obeying the court, there may be orders or laws in the future that ANY of us will disobey. Have you ever broken the speed limit? Parked where you weren’t supposed to park? Texted while driving? There is a FACT here that you ignore–the Constitution doesn’t grant ANYONE the right to marry, much less same-sex couples. That is a FACT. IN FACT, the Constitution was not WRITTEN to grant rights to anyone, but to limit the powers of government, and elucidate some of the GOD-GIVEN rights that government was by no means to trample.

        YOU are woefully uninformed and EVIL by nature of that.

        1. Tyson Wade says:

          You incompetent boob. Does it not surprise you that JUST BY CHANCE the first black man to become President in this country is falsely accused of having been born in KENYA of all places? Do you think that is purely random? Please, John, check your white cisgender privilege.

          1. John Owens says:

            OK, since you are going to call names, and question OBVIOUS logic, HOW CAN IT BE RACIST TO SAY A BLACK MAN WAS BORN IN KENYA? IS IT NOT RACIST FOR YOU TO THINK IT IS RACIST? IS THAT HOW YOU SEE EVERYTHING? WOULD IT BE RACIST TO SAY A WHITE MAN WAS BORN IN SWEDEN OR GERMANY, YOU INCOMPETENT BOOB? Please, Tyson, check your OWN BIGOTRY!!!
            Read more at https://www.themonastery.org/blog/2017/09/alabama-senate-candidate-america-already-under-sharia-law/#XWuzo8sEhYilXVLA.99

          2. Anita Rogers says:

            It’s racist John because we have never, never, never asked about the birthplace of another president that was white. There is some automatic assumption because his father was a foreigner that a man born in Hawaii is not fit to be president. Why is the standard different for a black man? That is why it’s racist……

          3. John Owens says:

            THEY QUESTIONED JOHN MCCAIN’S ELIGIBILITY, BECAUSE HE WAS BORN IN PANAMA, WHERE HIS FATHER WAS STATIONED! Last time I saw him, he was WHITE. Yep, he didn’t win, but nobody here answered why Obama changed his name and his student status. I guess it’s RACIST to ask.
            The only reason people holler racism, is so the obvious discrepancies regarding Soetoro will be overlooked. Anything the left doesn’t want to discuss, RACISM, RACISM. People wouldn’t say that if they weren’t racist by nature. All they can see is skin color. They can’t see deeper than that, That is what is going on ON THE LEFT, not the RIGHT. The LEFT is afraid to scrutinize Obama, because they are AFRAID THEY WILL SEEM RACIST. YOU CANNOT LIVE LIKE THAT.
            If

          4. Norma Battes says:

            John Owens
            October 3, 2017 at 7:44 am

            Mr. Owens, I’ve been off line a few months I think. Returning I still find your posts. My wonder is why you are here. Wouldn’t you find more comfort on Breitbart or InfoWars or somewhere? I feel you are in a constant rage with name calling, denigrating people you do not know, spreading misinformation and just plain hating. Maybe we are in fact all ill informed and simple minded fools that are beneath you – then please leave us be.

            Sunday a few people wanted only to hear some music, laugh with others of common interests and to just feel good for a night. One lone individual, one of wealth and stature, not a racial minority, not a member of an ethnic religion or an organized group; one man, decided they didn’t deserve their night of simple pleasure. His choice of weapon of hate spewed instant fear, pain and death. His siege on humanity was overwhelming and until today, unimaginable. You Mr. Owens have no less a weapon of hate. Only yours are your words. From your seemingly fathomless well of opinions and prejudice you unleash to extreme with little regard for civility or common courtesies of your fellow man or woman.

            Find your peace from your pain Mr. Owens. Quickly. It consumes you. And for those that chose to gather and learn and opine here, it consume us.

          5. John Owens says:

            Norma, you are an absolute two-face. TYSON CALLED ME A BOOB BUT YOU SAY I AM CALLING NAMES. Why didn’t you scold Tyson? Because it’s OKAY when HE does it? RAGE? My expressions here are not RAGE, Norma. It is absolute INCREDULITY AT YOUR STUPIDITY AND BLINDNESS!! It is inconceivable to me that people can be so self-righteous and so bigoted and hate-filled at the same time.

            You sit on your little porcelain throne and accuse ME of doing the same stupid thing you are doing, and then cannot even see that you are doing it. Please say just ONE intelligent thing. PLEASE.

        2. Chuck says:

          Just to jump in on Obama……. there is to this day, no shred of evidence Obama was born in the U.S. His last pathetic attempt at producing a birth certificate was even ridiculed by the founder of Photoshop.

          Obama has lied about who he is in just about every respect. He published a book about his “father”, which is complete fabrication. His real father is Mohammad Subud, founder of the Subud Socialist cult out of Indonesia.

          Google Image Mohammad Subud, and then attempt to tell me that’s not his father.

          1. John Owens says:

            Those images are nothing short of amazing, but the deniers will say they are shopped.

          2. John Owens says:

            I can believe that. Two males can’t procreate together.

          3. Tyson Wade says:

            Chuck, memes and far right conspiracy websites are not valid proof. Please try again.

          4. John Owens says:

            Snopes is not proof either. How come Obama called himself Soetoro and an exchange student and then called himself Obama and a US Citizen? He can’t be both.

          5. John Owens says:

            And those far right nuts also reference their sources AT LEAST as good as the MSM. You say conspiracy like it’s an epithet or something. All a conspiracy is is a PLAN by more than one person. You don’t think there are multitudes of conspiracies going on right now? Did the DNC not CONSPIRE to screw Bernie Sanders? Is the LEFT not CONSPIRING to sabotage the Trump administration? Do Antifa morons not CONSPIRE to disrupt any patriotic gatherings? I showed a friend an article which cited a US govt source and she refused to check on the source because it was a Breitbart article. Truth is not democrat or republican or racist or politically correct. It is just truth.
            If you try to twist words to change truth, you just make more lies. You KNOW Hillary is a compulsive liar who committed treason with government secrets, yet you wish she had been elected. I don’t know how you deal with that.

          6. Anita Rogers says:

            Why would an American have to prove he was an American? Why does anyone think he wasn’t born here?? Why did this question ever come up. It is racist thinking that has brought us here. No one is doubting Ted Cruz and he was not born here.

          7. Chuck says:

            So, lets go through why the birth certificate the White House released is fake

            https://emilylhauserinmyhead.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/obama-long-form-birth-certificate1.jpg

            1) The obvious attempt to lay the fake on top of a green matt border, as seen in the upper left.
            2) That green matt wasn’t even in existence in the 60’s.
            3) The White House claimed this was a PDF image, yet it comes apart in 18 layers when “unpinned” in Photoshop.
            4) It has his father as being from Kenya. Kenya didn’t exist until 1962, and was called British East Africa.
            5) They have his father’s race down as African. This is not a term used in the 60’s. They were using “black”, and some states still used “negro”.
            6) This is supposedly typed (on paper that didn’t exist at the time no less). Typewriters leave ink splatters and no one letter is ever the same close up. All matching letters are exact duplicates, making it computer generated.
            7) the hospital acknowledges that the birth record number is out of sequence for the date claimed.

            So, its not because hes “black” that he is questioned, it is because he is the first black president they thought they could get away with this. And anyway, hes about 25% black (if that). His mother is white/jewish and his real father (Mohammed Subud) is Indonesian “possibly” with some black in him.

          8. Tyson Wade says:

            Wow Chuck, a wordpress blog. You’ve really outdone yourself with the facts.

            Oh and John, since you’re so pro-conspiracy, do you deny that Trump colluded with the Russians to get elected? Since the truth isn’t Democrat or Republican. And what are your thoughts on his sexual attraction to his daughter?

          9. Chuck says:

            Tyson- Word Press not good enough for you? Here it is from the White House website.

            https://www.slideshare.net/whitehouse/birth-certificatelongform

            The thought that a Republican Presidential candidate collude with Russians is so ridiculous, it shows the desperation of the Left after losing what they arrogantly thought would be a hole in one victory. Why would a Communist country assist a Republican candidate???? If anything, they would help a left/socialist since Liberalism is Communism-Light.

            And this stuff about Trump messing with his daughter is just typical Left distraction from the fact their party is pathetic. You want some real news about someone’s daughter?? Chelsea Clinton is NOT the daughter of Bill Clinton. Her real father is Webster Hubbell, former Arkansas lawyer. Bill Clinton isn’t capable of producing offspring, or he would have an army of them by now!….between his affairs and rapes.

            https://hw.infowars.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/webster-chelsea.jpg

          10. John Owens says:

            Yes, Tyson, I deny it. After so much investigating, the Democrats colluded more with Russia than Trump ever did, and that is exactly why they accused him of it to start with, because THEY were colluding and wanted to divert attention from themselves. That is what they always do. We all know Hillary is a racist, so they call Trump a racist. We all know Democrats are perverts, so they accuse Trump of incestuous THOUGHTS, which they could have no clue about in the first place. You just throw out slander and fight like Hell to make people believe it, without any evidence at all. The really sad thing– you are dumb enough to believe your own lies. That must take a lot of practice.

          11. Tyson Wade says:

            Chuck, you’re sharing INFOWARS pages now?! The same publication that said Sandy Hook didn’t happen!? You’re delusional my friend.

            As for you John, you may be cuckoo for cocoa puffs but you can at least feel good that you aren’t as deranged as Chuck. Congratulations!

          12. John Owens says:

            But you know I am 100% right about Trump, Obama, the Democrats, and BTW– I hate cereal. All it is good for is to make a turd. No nutrition, all filler.

          13. Tyson Wade says:

            Wrong again, John. Many cereals can be full of necessary fibers, healthy fats, and even protein. Once again your research skills prove immaculate.

          14. John Owens says:

            Again you show you are an indoctrinated drone who believes the crap he sees on TV, Tyson.

    3. W. Pruett says:

      John, you must belong to the radical right, like radical muslim? The party of the Ignorant, Stupid & the Greedy! The new Replublican party! The Neo-Neo- Nazi party!

      1. John Owens says:

        Republicans aren’t the ones assaulting people and throwing piss and other disgusting things one them. Churchill said if you are 40 years old and not a conservative it is because you have no brain. I suppose that is the category you represent.

        1. John Owens says:

          Correction: throwing disgusting things ON them. Oh yes, and republicans are not checking into motel rooms over-looking concerts and then shooting people with SAWs. YOU people are the Nazis. If you can’t see that it is because you don’t want to.

          1. Chuck says:

            John….do you really believe a Republican shot up a country music festival? Call me crazy, but that seems highly unlikely since most country music fans are conservative.

            You know what is true though? EVERY SINGLE mass shooter since the beginning of the Obama administration when this all really kicked off, is/was a registered Democrat. Most of them were also on SSRI drugs (like Prozac).

            My family had to deal with the Nazis in Germany during the war. I can assure you, the Nazis were the Socialists, and they targeted conservative Germans and Jews (most Jews were conservative then).

            Nazi = National Socialist German Workers’ Party

          2. John Owens says:

            Chuck– I said, “Republicans are NOT checking into motel rooms…and shooting people.”
            W. Pruett is a glans who might be able to see if he or she or it peeled that prepucio back from his or her face. No, Republicans don’t do mass murder, no matter how much the real Nazis accuse us of genocide. I was telling Pruett that THEY (the NOT-conservatives) are the Nazis, not the conservatives. Everyone knows the prisons and insane asylums are full of Democrats for GOOD reason. They are unstable as water because their beliefs are full of contradictions and the cognitive dissonance makes them insane. Also, only a few of them have mothers who can tell them which man is their real biological father, so they grow up in crappy households with little or no spiritual anchor, thus making them lean toward crime, immorality, and insanity, as evidenced by their contributions and positions on these blogs.

      2. Chuck says:

        Pruett…… the Nazis were the left socialists. I know so because my family had to deal with them during the war, and they targeted conservative Germans and Jews. Nazism can NEVER “become” conservative, as it is based on a form of socialism….just like Communism. Germany and Russia may have faught each other, but it was a turf war between competing forms of socialism.

        Nazi – National Socialist German Workers’ Party

        These idiots running around the streets (Antifa or whoever) are complete morons. They claim to be anti-Nazi, pro Communism. That’s like saying you are anti lung cancer, but pro brain cancer….its all cancer. And both were funded by the SAME people. The richest men on planet Earth.

        https://images-cdn.9gag.com/photo/5651287_700b.jpg

    4. Carl Elfstrom says:

      You bring up some interesting points I sometimes fail to realize,John. If I lived in Alabama I think I’d now vote for Moore. But since I don’t I think I’ll still drive through that state without stopping.

      1. John Owens says:

        We’d appreciate that, Carl. We get enough moron visitors mixed in with the snow-birds, and the New Englanders and Left Coasters are jerks by nature.

    5. Patricia Brewer says:

      John . . . if only people researched negative media reports, they would understand that the media skews the truth. It is especially evident in Judge Moore’s smeared reputation. CNN recently released a history of same-sex marriage bans by 36 states and a few states who granted same-sex marriage licenses and a few others who banned it but not through the legislature. Both times that Judge Moore was suspended from the bench, it was done illegally by Alabama’s (then corrupt) Court of Judiciary. A judge in Alabama ruled that a same-sex couple can be married. Then she wrote a letter to 36 Attorney Generals who upheld their states’ rules of law and told them that banning it is unconstitutional. Judge Moore told Attorney General Luther Strange and the people of Alabama that this judge with limited powers cannot ban the states’ rule of law on same-sex marriage. Chief Justices Thomas, Scalia (deceased), and Alito agreed. Someone else who agreed was an International Law Professor Dr. Wasserman (who wrote “Alabama Dust-Up”). Judge Moore and the three U.S. Supreme Court Justices were the reason the U.S. Supreme Court decided to step in and declare same-sex marriage to be constitutional. The 36 Chief Justices all wrote letters thanking Judge Moore for making people understand what it takes to make laws. Of course, the biased media (biased against the truth) never told particulars but chose to try to make our Chief Justice and all the people of Alabama look as though we were backward and prejudiced. Alabama is a well kept secret (there are more PhD’s in north Alabama than anywhere else in the U.S.) in that, we respect how others think but we do not always believe as you do. President Trump did not understand the politics of Alabama and early in the Senate race, McConnell and Strange asked him to support Strange . . . which he did. When it was announced, the President soon learned that he may have made a mistake. Many do not understand, but the people of Alabama may speak a little slower and may seem backward but we do not live on a social fast track here. We have wonderful social lives but we are also concerned about our State’s affairs and any corruption that needs to be voted out of office (or worse, through the appeals court). The only serious embarrassment that we see are protests against our President and what is occurring in sanctuary cities.

  4. Dan Anderson says:

    It still amazes me, after all of the possibilities of learning about what the Bible really says about all of these issues, that people still do not understand and continue to just assume about this and that.

    To be specific, Leviticus 18:22, 20:13, Romans 1:26-30 and 1st Cor 6:9 are NOT about homosexuality in KJV1611. Even the story of Lot was not about homosexuality.

    Sharia? I guess people forget to actually read what Sharia says and assumes that what radicalists say is fact. One such issue is that of Usury. The Jewish faith has the same perception of Usury as Islam. Incredible.

    The “unbelievers”/kafir mentioned in the Qur’an has NOTHING to do with people of other religions, especially that of Christians and Jews. All three are Abrahamic faiths, worshiping the same deity. The kafir were those who would trespass on another’s land and home, rape, pillage and murder people, a.k.a. invaders.

    Yes, MIranda, I too hope he does not get elected. His attitude is what keeps people in the negative and inaccurate perceptions, causing division instead of inclusion. We do not need to go backward in humanity, but forward, with understanding, caring, compassion, empathy, forgiveness and love.

    1. John A Anderson, CD says:

      Might I make a question here? Please, Dan, cite one spot in the Gospels written during the life of Jesus (Matthew, Mark, Luke) where he speaks out AGAINST homosexuality. After all, everything from Acts to Jude was written by Saul of Tarsis, better known as Paul, and is HIS interpretation, which brings in the OT views of the Jewish people.

  5. Wendy says:

    What an idiot. The thing to do is to go to the original framers of the Constitution and founding fathers.

    “The government of the United States is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion.”
    – John Adams

    Franklin was a deist, but definitely not a Christian because he didn’t believe in the deity of Jesus: http://www.phmc.state.pa.us/portal/communities/pa-heritage/religion-early-politics-benjamin-franklin.html

    Washington’s refusal to take communion indicated deistic beliefs.
    Thomas Paine was a pretty hardcore deist.
    And there are others: https://www.britannica.com/topic/The-Founding-Fathers-Deism-and-Christianity-1272214

    And of course, the very first topic in the First Amendment is: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;” so that pretty much expresses their intentions up front.

    How that can be misinterpreted as the founding fathers intending the US to be a Christian nation is perplexing.

    As for Sharia law? That depends on what he means. Sharia, which means “path,” is a set of guiding moral principles derived from the teachings of the Prophet Mohammed, and is inseparable from the practice of Islam and covers every aspect of Muslim life. It’s also highly subject to interpretation. It’s basically the same thing as practicing Christianity or Judaism, it just has a specific name. I doubt that’s what he meant, though, since he backpedaled so quickly. I’m assuming he meant the actual legal system with the harsh corporal punishments. That’s ridiculous. US law always takes precedence.

    1. Chuck says:

      The Founding Fathers were of the Gnostic persuasion. Its not that they did not believe in the message of Jesus, they just knew that he was simply one of us, and that there have been quite a few on Earth as enlightened as Jesus. Before the “Church” tainted the message of Jesus, the message was that we are our Creator, and our Creator is us….and that government and religion are false tools of control, not needed for any connection to our own divinity.

      That’s why they wanted not to be categorized as being under “Christian Religion”, because the message of Christ was religion being false.

      See my below post.

  6. James says:

    Well, if history tells us anything. The Anglo Saxon Christian societies have advanced the world more so than most others over the last 1000 years or so. By that measure, we could draw so good wisdom. So bad, but allot of good. Now to the govt, equal yet opposite beliefs and thoughts are what keeps a free period. I think a few nutcase on both sides are just what we need. If they could just get to the adult stuff and fix a few issues.

  7. Nix says:

    I live in this state and he is a true embarrassment! This man doesn’t understand nor care about the Constitution, nor the law. He’s a sanctimonious, hypocrite that wants to rise to power so badly only to enforce his perverted religious views on us all. He will get elected, the state is something like 55-60% republican and in today’s environment, they won’t break party lines. In case no one knows the majority of this state is southern baptist. Most of them honestly don’t know any better and will vote how they’re told. Pastors want this garbage in the senate so we can turn time back 60-70 years, they have been holding him up as if he is the second coming. If for some bizarre reason he doesn’t win the senate then he assuredly will run for governor again. The good people of this state doesn’t deserve this, but the simple minded are the majority.

  8. Chuck says:

    Let me throw my 2 cents in here, since I do know something about this.

    America was founded to be a Common Law nation, which is a way of saying extremely basic law, without complexity, based on the principle of “do not harm your neighbor”. Unfortunately, our legal system was hijacked at some point (some say with the help of Alexander Hamilton), to become Judicial (Judaic) law. Jewish law is based on contract equity, going all the way back to the Covenant (which was a legal contract) with what Jews refer to as “God”, but true Christians know to be just the local Demiurge playing both God and Satan. Most people are not aware, but European Monarchy is controlled by Judaic law, because the Catholic Church is essentially Judaism for gentiles.

    After the American Revolution, the European powers that be snuck their form of law back into America progressively. The British General Cornwallis even admitted what would happen to America over time in an angry outburst at his surrender to George Washington. Please follow the link

    http://www.ministers-best-friend.com/George-Washington-Cornwallis-Surrender-Speech-Prophecy.html

    Sharia law, though most are not aware, is simply a form of Judaic law, as Judaism, Catholocism and Islam are the same Babylonian based worship of the Demiurge.

    So, when people say that American law is meant to be Christian, they are both right and wrong.

    They are wrong as we have been infiltrated by the Old World European Order of Judicial/Judaic law, so as to try to turn America into the New World Order (World Satanism).

    They are right (mostly unknowingly), because the founders of this nation were Gnostics, or Gnostic Christians. The highlight of Gnostic belief is that religion and government are false oppressors of man used by the false Demiurge to control us, and that we are directly connected to our true Creator without need of such middle men… something those like Jesus were aware of and taught. Common Law was an attempt to encapsulate that simple knowledge via simple law that was basically based on, Do unto your brother as you would have done onto you. Sadly, that message was lost both in Christianity (largely), as well as in America.

    The Founding Fathers gained enlightenment in the earlier Gnostic/Masonic brotherhood. Unfortunately, these Gnostic societies were hijacked by Adam Weishaupt in 1776 (same year as America’s birth) so as to not allow America to become the enlightened land we were meant to be. Knowledge (or Gnosis) is simply knowledge, and can be used for both good or bad.

    1. John Owens says:

      Rich food for thought, Chuck. In essence it agrees with my core beliefs, although the language I would use would be different.

      1. Chuck says:

        Which part of the language? I get that a lot though….. not beating around the bush is a product of growing up in the Bronx 😉

        1. John Owens says:

          Not that part. I’ve travelled a lot in my childhood and as an adult, but I was raised a rural southerner from the age of 13 up. I also worked construction for most of my life, pipeline, underground utilities, driving a cement truck, so being blunt is my nature. My adult children often remind me to “filter”.

          I just meant I would not have used as NICE a language as you, nor as scholarly. I learned from studying great speakers that when addressing a group, if you really want to communicate, you speak to the youngest child in the group, and all those with a more highly developed lexicon will understand easily. Still, I have not thought to try to tell some of those things here. Most of the people on the blog here are still barely able to drink milk, much less chew on meat. When you tell them the most easy to understand thing in simple language, they want to try to reason around it with the silliest and stupidest arguments.

          1. Chuck says:

            I used to just assault people with things I knew, but found it just creates argument back and forth. Believe me though, it is a very difficult chore to stay polite when describing the ruin of country, world and souls. I guess I try to keep the higher ground these days.

            I grew up Catholic in NY but always sensed something majorly wrong, even as a kid. When I was 20 in the Air Force I got taken to see a William Cooper lecture in Arizona. It was his Mystery Babylon lecture series. I am a changed man ever since. So much so, that my plan is to leave this dirty city and go to the country myself.

  9. John Owens says:

    I don’t know if you are being heavy-handed or just slow on the moderation, but I’m feeling a bit suppressed, here.

  10. John Owens says:

    I meticulously read Hislop’s “Two Babylons” or “The Papal Worship, Proven to be the Worship of Nimrod and His Mother/Wife, Semiramis,” about 40years ago. I had bought it in a hardback from Destiny Publishers. The ironic thing about Hislop is that he was an priest in the Church of England, yet wrote about the blatant heathenism existing in the Catholic, Orthodox, and Anglican churches. Most other churches are also infected with it, and I call Protestants rebellious or shitty Catholics

  11. Richard R. says:

    Both Moore and Strange loudly promised to build a wall, clean out the swamp, and end Obamacare. What they didn’t promise was to fix their damn state, a place which ranks 47th by income and 44th in terms of educational attainment, a state where the tunnel in Mobile is named after segregationist George Wallace and the civic center in Huntsville is named after a nazi, Wernher Von Braun, a man who used slave labor and made rockets to bomb London.

    1. John Owens says:

      Oh, but Richard, don’t you know? It is not politically correct to speak of slavery in this country unless you are talking about black people. Nobody else matters.

      1. Chuck says:

        Exactly John…… only American slavery of blacks need ever be in a history book. Forget the fact that South America had about 5 to 6 times more black slavery than us, forget that only about 2% of Americans ever owned slaves at the time, forget that around 700,000 white guys (North only) died in a war to free slaves, forget that slavery was invented my Arabs/Africans, forget that blacks sold the slaves to the slave traders, forget that Lincoln once tried to send freed slaves back to Africa only to find out they had later enslaved each other.

        Our history books are garbage. The slave trade was run by the British/Dutch Crown in conjunction with Jewish European bankers. The first slaves ever purchased in America were bought by a North Carolina colony that spent all their money on it, just to get them off the ship and away from the cruel slave traders. They were taken care of in exchange for help in the fields, and this eventually morphed into the crueler slavery we all know about.

        I wonder how many people are aware that the modern Democratic party was born out of the Dixiecrats, which was started by SLAVE OWNERS?! How many people know that the KKK were the early Democratic enforcement arm? Many Democratic politicians aren’t from the South for nothing! How many people know Martin Luther King was Republican, and killed by a Democrat?

        We have created a nation of selective knowledge.

        1. John Owens says:

          I think that’s what “Walking Dead” is about– all these mindless zombies walking around.

  12. Lone says:

    For a site made up of ministers, it sure is filled with hate, nasty comments and debate over things not article included.
    If we are the ones witnessing to others, I am afraid. My Creator/God would not be pleased.

    1. Chuck says:

      Sadly, modern day clergy just parrot what they hear on television, forgetting we live in a world of deceit. Truth can sound angry sometimes.

    2. Norma Battes says:

      Lone
      October 4, 2017 at 9:18 am
      ” For a site made up of ministers, ”

      Does false prophets ring any bells? Keep the faith and only know the truth.

  13. Bill Fox says:

    It is unlikely he is a RINO. It will give Rand Paul someone to go to lunch with.

  14. Minister Timothy Calrstead says:

    People shouldn’t be worried because with him running it is religion in politics once again because some officials back maybe in the 1950’s and further back there were Christians in office. Because back in the times of Lincoln and all the way back to Washington Christianity religion was strict back then in you families. On Sunday afternoons after church nobody played or worked on Sunday. You had eat lunch and listen to your mom or dad read the bible. Then it is still there from Lincoln to the present. In some offices in politics now on the Democrat side everybody isn’t religious its more basically like “hey screw you and same to you”. On the Republican side its religious people I mean you got your born again Christians, Baptists, Methodists, Assemblies of God,a Catholic or two, and maybe the occasional Jew. So I don’t why people are worried it just your ordinary guy running for office and you don’t need to worry about it.

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