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Duke Divinity School Students: ‘God Is Queer’

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It was inevitable that Leftist divinity students, marinating as they are in the relentless insanity of the Left’s pet causes, would end up making gods in their own image: gay, woke, and whatever else the Left is idolizing at the moment. Duke Divinity School is affiliated with the United Methodist Church, which is already like being affiliated with the Maoists (gay, gender-fluid Maoists, that is), so it was the perfect place for a recent “Pride worship service” in which participants offered prayers to “the Great Queer One.”

Hope Rawlson of the Institute for Religion & Democracy reported Tuesday that the Pride worship service was designed to proclaim “God’s acceptance and support for LGBTQ relationships.” The bizarre service was the brainchild of Divinity Pride, a Duke student group that “affirms the dignity, faithfulness, and strength of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, and gender/sexuality non-conforming Christians! We are committed to intersectional advocacy, education, and support for queer people and our allies specifically in the Divinity School, but with a Kingdom-reaching vision. We facilitate educative dialogues for the whole community, and we are here to support anyone who is reconciling their gender/sexuality and faith, facing persecution, or desiring a safe space.” They succeeded: the Pride worship service was plenty safe for men who think they’re women, and vice versa.

Master of Divinity (M.Div) student Caroline Camp kicked things off, and set the tone for the proceedings, with a prayer to the “strange one, fabulous one, fluid, and ever-becoming one,” and the “drag queen, and transman, and gender-fluid.” All this fluid put me in mind of Moss Hart’s wicked parody of Noel Coward’s precious and pretentious song lyrics in his riotous play The Man Who Came to Dinner: “Softly a fluid Druid meets me, Olden and golden the dawn that greets me…” Moss Hart had nothing on the Duke Divinity School. Camp also prayed, more prosaically, to the “mother, father, and parent,” Oh brother — that is, Oh brother, sister, and sibling.

Another M.Div student, Tirzah Villegas, declared: “You are never called to abandon yourself. Abandoning the self is negating the truth of who you are, and that is always a lie.” Now, just a minute: Duke Divinity School is supposed to be a Christian school, at least vestigially, and I seem to remember someone involved with Christianity saying “If any man would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. For whoever would save his life will lose it, and whoever loses his life for my sake will find it” (Matthew 16:24-25). But the one who spoke those words is not someone who appears to get much traction at Duke Divinity.

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US shooters plan attacks for months, expand site three times

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The white teen accused of murdering 10 black people at a New York grocery store planned the shooting for months — and pinpointed the location ahead of time, with social media posts attributed to the suspect’s performance.

On March 8, 18-year-old Payton Gendron visited Buffalo’s Tops friendly market three times and wrote about his murderous intent afterward – believed to be on two sites, Discord and 4chan. are popular with activists.

He wrote how many black and white shoppers were inside and marked the supermarket aisles, according to CNN and The Washington Post.

Gendron posted that during his third trip, he was approached by a “black armed security guard” who asked him what he was doing in and out of the store.

The alleged shooter made up an excuse to collect census data. “In hindsight, it was a close call,” Gendron wrote.

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shooter’s social media posts

In a March 10 post, Gendron wrote: “I’m going to have to kill that security guard at Tops. I hope he doesn’t kill me right away or even hurt me,”

CNN reports.

Among the victims of Saturday’s shooting was a retired police officer who was a security guard. Police said he fired several shots at the attacker before being shot dead.

Gendron first wrote about the killing of black people in December and decided in February to target Tops based on the large African-American population around him, according to The Washington Post, which reviewed more than 600 pages of online messages.

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Why choose Buffalo?

According to CNN, Gendron said he chose Buffalo as his preferred location for an attack because its zip code has a larger black population than other locations he was considering.

He allegedly wrote about how he planned to carry out the attack on March 15, but it was delayed several times.

Wearing a heavy body armor and wielding an AR-15 assault rifle, the white supremacist was accused of live-streaming Saturday’s racist atrocities.

He pleaded not guilty to one count of first-degree murder.

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Interview with Schmidt. “I have been a supporter for a long time.”

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Berlin singer Schmidt has been delighting fans and critics for two years with a romantic German R&B. His debut album “Universum regelt” will be released on Friday. Which: star met Schmidt 30 minutes before his live performance at the Reeperbahn in Hamburg.

It is not even two years since singer, composer-producer Julian Schmidt reached his great breakthrough. With a penchant for dark poetry, he works under the pseudonym Schmidt on the blows of fate and lost love affairs. The sound is reminiscent of the voice of his musical actor Frank Ocean և fluctuates between piano ballads փոփոխ alternating beats by the producer of the arrest warrant Bazazyan և. Despite his high-profile performances with a number of well-known names in the arena, little is known about his personal career. Not surprisingly, Schmidt describes himself as “Nobody,” which is probably his most successful song.

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