Jerry Falwell Jr And Charlie Kirk Form New Think Tank to Promote ‘Judeo-Christian Values’

Information Liberation – by Chris Menahan

You just can’t make this stuff up!

From The College Fix:

Liberty University, the prominent Baptist Christian school in Lynchburg, Virginia, announced this week the creation of a new think-tank meant to promote Judeo-Christian values in the political and cultural realms.

The Lynchburg News & Advance reports that the “Falkirk Center for Faith and Liberty…aims to shape government policies, national institutions and American culture around Judeo-Christian principles.”

The word “Falkirk” is a portmanteau of the names Falwell and Kirk. Jerry Falwell, Jr., is the president of Liberty University; the think tank is being launched as a collaboration between Liberty and Charlie Kirk, the founder of campus conservative organization Turning Point USA.

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2 Responses to Jerry Falwell Jr And Charlie Kirk Form New Think Tank to Promote ‘Judeo-Christian Values’

  1. KOYOTE says:

    THEY NEED A JUDEOKRISCHUN THINK TANK TO PROMOTE THEIR VALUES IN AMERICAN CHURCHES AGAIN. NAMBLA STILL DOESNT HAVE QUITE ENOUGH POWER, AND TO MANY PARENTS BITCH AND GRIPE ABOUT DRAG QUEEN STORY HOUR .
    IN OTHER WORDS, AMERICAS MASS RE EDUCATION HASNT QUITE WORKED SO FAR, AND THAT MEAN OLE GOD OF THE BIBLE, WELL, HES JUST TOO DAM FORGIVING……………..THEYVE GOTTA PROMOTE SIN. WHICH IS JUST ANOTHER WORD FOR “SHITTING ON SOMEONE ELSES RIGHTS”(including the rights of GOD), SO, THEY HAVE TO RECOGNIZE THE REBBIS AND FREEMASONS. AFTER ALL, THERE IS NO GOOD WITHOUT EVIL RIGHT? ITS ALL COMMUNAL YIN AND YANG!! GOT IT??? MAYBE THIS WILL HELP SCREW UP THAT NOTION; Rom 3:7  For if the truth of God hath more abounded through my lie unto his glory; why yet am I also judged as a sinner? 
    Rom 3:8  And not rather, (as we be slanderously reported, and as some affirm that we say,) Let us do evil, that good may come? whose damnation is just.

  2. KOYOTE says:

    THE COMMENTS UNDER THE ARTICLE WERE “WORTH THE READ”

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