Spiritual Warfare Archive Jan 2003 - Aug 2003

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Spiritual Warfare Archive - Jan 2003 - Aug 2003

• Homosexuality seen as accepted by media - Washington Times
A month after the Supreme Court decision legalizing sodomy and Canada's recognition of same-sex "marriage," analysts say an almost casual acceptance of homosexuality pervades the media.
• Judge OKs no-protest zone for abortion clinic - SacBee
A Sacramento abortion clinic's request for a no-protest zone was granted Monday by a Superior Court judge, who found that the buffer zone was necessary both to protect women's freedom to seek treatment and to promote the free flow of traffic.
• N.Y.C. to Open High School for Gays - Fox News
The city is opening a full-fledged high school for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students -- the first of its kind in the nation, The Post has learned.
• Gay Relationships Short-lived, Dutch Study Says - Family News in Focus
Homosexual relationships last only 1-1/2 years on average, according to a recently released Dutch study. Even those within so-called "committed" gay relationships have an average of eight partners a year.
• Why Is An Occult Revival Sweeping the Globe? - Raiders News Update
In the UK, Brighton proudly wears the title these days - Capital of Occulture. This year's Occulture festivities begin on July 19th and promise bigger than ever venues - sacred music and dance, clarivoyance, psychic and tarot readers, chakra, traditional witchcraft, tatooing, piercing, fetish satanism, shamanism, transcendent techniques, and lectures favoring paganism from the original Book of Shadows.
• Paganism, witchcraft on rise in UK - MSNBC
Paganism and the ancient art of witchcraft are on the rise in Britain, experts said on Thursday as the summer’s most celebrated Pagan festival approached.
• Newly appointed gay bishop says he is symbol of hope for homosexuals - NJ Star Ledger
A gay clergyman appointed as a Church of England bishop said in an interview published Thursday that he feels like a "symbol of hope" for homosexuals, but fears his appointment could create divisions within the church.
• Boy wizard changing teens into witches? - World Net Daily
Harry Potter books have helped increase interest in witchcraft around the world, say representatives of a Wiccan group sponsoring a witch convention in Scotland this summer.
• Gay bishop-elect: 'I do believe this is of the spirit' - CNN
Episcopalians in New Hampshire elected the church's first openly gay bishop Saturday. The Rev. V. Gene Robinson cannot take office until he gains the approval of clergy and laity at a national church convention in July in Minneapolis, Minnesota, but his election has already stirred controversy.
• Girl with four eyes, two mouths and two noses born in Nepal - Deep Ika Global
Hundreds of people thronged the house of Sitaram Chaudhary in Saptari district in eastern Nepal to have a glance at the new born girl child with four eyes, two mouths and two noses.
• Bible-sharing woman forced off bus - World Net Daily
A woman who was forced off a public bus because she was passing out free Bibles to passengers has filed suit against a government agency, saying her constitutional free-speech rights were violated.
• Canadian Court OKs gay 'marriage' - Washington Times
An Ontario appeals court ruled yesterday that Canada's ban on homosexual "marriage" is unconstitutional, clearing the way for the country's first legal same-sex "marriages."
• Church elects its first gay bishop - Washington Times
Episcopalians in New Hampshire, in a national first for the church, yesterday elected an openly homosexual man as their next bishop.
• 'Dolly' creator to work on human eggs - London Telegraph
A licence to work with human eggs in an experiment that prepares the way for the first human cloning in Britain has been issued to the Roslin Institute in Scotland, home of Dolly the sheep.
• Should a Fetus Have Rights? - Yahoo Biz
A majority of Americans believe that life either begins at conception (46%) or when an embryo is implanted in a woman's uterus (12%), according to a special Newsweek poll. Another quarter (24%) believe human life begins when the fetus is viable, i.e., can survive outside the womb.
Related Story -- The War Over Fetal Rights - MSNBC
• Public TV to students: Become hookers! - World Net Daily
A television show on a publicly-owned network is pushing Dutch sexual tolerance to the limit by telling school children they should consider prostitution as a career and also think about enrolling at a controversial Amsterdam sex school, according to a report in the London Guardian.
• 'Gay Jesus' Claim Draws Fire - CNS News
A homosexual Australian theologian researching a new field of study dubbed "gay spirituality" has come to the conclusion that Jesus and some of his disciples were homosexuals.
• Anglican leaders: No backing of rites for same-sex ties - Boston Globe
Leaders of the world's Anglican churches said yesterday that they cannot support ceremonies blessing homosexual relationships, which one bishop in Canada has permitted.
• Haiti Officially Sanctions Voodoo - AP
Haiti's government has officially sanctioned voodoo as a religion, allowing practitioners to begin performing ceremonies from baptisms to marriages with legal authority.
• Zoroastrians to build massive temple - AP
One of the world's oldest religions is establishing a new, American temple for the faith outside the nation's capital, the Zoroastrian Center and Darb-e-Mehr.

• Homosexuality seen as accepted by media - Washington Times
A month after the Supreme Court decision legalizing sodomy and Canada's recognition of same-sex "marriage," analysts say an almost casual acceptance of homosexuality pervades the media.
• Judge OKs no-protest zone for abortion clinic - SacBee
A Sacramento abortion clinic's request for a no-protest zone was granted Monday by a Superior Court judge, who found that the buffer zone was necessary both to protect women's freedom to seek treatment and to promote the free flow of traffic.
• N.Y.C. to Open High School for Gays - Fox News
The city is opening a full-fledged high school for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students -- the first of its kind in the nation, The Post has learned.
• Gay Relationships Short-lived, Dutch Study Says - Family News in Focus
Homosexual relationships last only 1-1/2 years on average, according to a recently released Dutch study. Even those within so-called "committed" gay relationships have an average of eight partners a year.
• Why Is An Occult Revival Sweeping the Globe? - Raiders News Update
In the UK, Brighton proudly wears the title these days - Capital of Occulture. This year's Occulture festivities begin on July 19th and promise bigger than ever venues - sacred music and dance, clarivoyance, psychic and tarot readers, chakra, traditional witchcraft, tatooing, piercing, fetish satanism, shamanism, transcendent techniques, and lectures favoring paganism from the original Book of Shadows.
• Paganism, witchcraft on rise in UK - MSNBC
Paganism and the ancient art of witchcraft are on the rise in Britain, experts said on Thursday as the summer’s most celebrated Pagan festival approached.
• Newly appointed gay bishop says he is symbol of hope for homosexuals - NJ Star Ledger
A gay clergyman appointed as a Church of England bishop said in an interview published Thursday that he feels like a "symbol of hope" for homosexuals, but fears his appointment could create divisions within the church.
• Boy wizard changing teens into witches? - World Net Daily
Harry Potter books have helped increase interest in witchcraft around the world, say representatives of a Wiccan group sponsoring a witch convention in Scotland this summer.
• Gay bishop-elect: 'I do believe this is of the spirit' - CNN
Episcopalians in New Hampshire elected the church's first openly gay bishop Saturday. The Rev. V. Gene Robinson cannot take office until he gains the approval of clergy and laity at a national church convention in July in Minneapolis, Minnesota, but his election has already stirred controversy.
• Girl with four eyes, two mouths and two noses born in Nepal - Deep Ika Global
Hundreds of people thronged the house of Sitaram Chaudhary in Saptari district in eastern Nepal to have a glance at the new born girl child with four eyes, two mouths and two noses.
• Bible-sharing woman forced off bus - World Net Daily
A woman who was forced off a public bus because she was passing out free Bibles to passengers has filed suit against a government agency, saying her constitutional free-speech rights were violated.
• Canadian Court OKs gay 'marriage' - Washington Times
An Ontario appeals court ruled yesterday that Canada's ban on homosexual "marriage" is unconstitutional, clearing the way for the country's first legal same-sex "marriages."
• Church elects its first gay bishop - Washington Times
Episcopalians in New Hampshire, in a national first for the church, yesterday elected an openly homosexual man as their next bishop.
• 'Dolly' creator to work on human eggs - London Telegraph
A licence to work with human eggs in an experiment that prepares the way for the first human cloning in Britain has been issued to the Roslin Institute in Scotland, home of Dolly the sheep.
• Should a Fetus Have Rights? - Yahoo Biz
A majority of Americans believe that life either begins at conception (46%) or when an embryo is implanted in a woman's uterus (12%), according to a special Newsweek poll. Another quarter (24%) believe human life begins when the fetus is viable, i.e., can survive outside the womb.
Related Story -- The War Over Fetal Rights - MSNBC
• Public TV to students: Become hookers! - World Net Daily
A television show on a publicly-owned network is pushing Dutch sexual tolerance to the limit by telling school children they should consider prostitution as a career and also think about enrolling at a controversial Amsterdam sex school, according to a report in the London Guardian.
• 'Gay Jesus' Claim Draws Fire - CNS News
A homosexual Australian theologian researching a new field of study dubbed "gay spirituality" has come to the conclusion that Jesus and some of his disciples were homosexuals.
• Anglican leaders: No backing of rites for same-sex ties - Boston Globe
Leaders of the world's Anglican churches said yesterday that they cannot support ceremonies blessing homosexual relationships, which one bishop in Canada has permitted.
• Haiti Officially Sanctions Voodoo - AP
Haiti's government has officially sanctioned voodoo as a religion, allowing practitioners to begin performing ceremonies from baptisms to marriages with legal authority.
• Zoroastrians to build massive temple - AP
One of the world's oldest religions is establishing a new, American temple for the faith outside the nation's capital, the Zoroastrian Center and Darb-e-Mehr.

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