* What's a Liberal To Do: Senate Bill 192 would require pro-life protesters to spread their protest around a neighborhood, to "keep walking" the distance of three homes to the side of an abortionist's or a collaborator's home. No problem. Denver's ABC affiliate, 7News, interviewed Bob Enyart and he then testified as a board member of Colorado RTL that such a bill would actually help achieve the goal of ensuring "No child-killing with tranquility" by requiring protesters to march around a neighborhood. Will, founder of the Collaborators Project protesting Planned Parenthood's building of AuschWeitz.com went straight from the hearing to the BEL Cabin to discuss the proposed bill with Bob.
* New York Governor Eliot Spitzer Resigns: Eliot Spitzer said on Wednesday that he will resign on Monday now that his sin with prostitutes has been publicized. Thankfully, this has been taken somewhat seriously. But of course if Spitzer had committed his sin in parts of Nevada where prostitution is legal, most conservatives would want to give him a pass since he didn't violate the law. And this reminds us at BEL of what that O'Reilly character said about McGreevy...
* The Oh Really O'Reilly File: On Aug. 12, 2004 after New Jersey Governor James McGreevy announced that he had been cheating on his wife with a homosexual partner, Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly stated that such behavior is not sufficiently egregious for him to resign. Of course not Bill. Just because he is a homosexual, and just because he's cheated on his wife. Trivial matters. After all Bill, if you supported moral standards, some day, you might be held to them, just like Spitzer.
Other O'Reilly Brainstormers: "I hope every state approves of civil unions, so that all people can find happiness." Of course Bill O'Reilly is pro-abortion, pro-evolution, anti-death penalty, anti-spanking, pro-homosexual adoption, pro-public schools, author of tawdry sex scenes, and he supports the gag rule against pastors disenfranchising churches from the political process. If a woman becomes pregnant by a rapist, O'Reilly supports killing the baby but caring for the rapist. And he made this brightest of bright remarks on Jan. 24, 2006: "Marriage is a privilege, not a right. ... No one has a right to marriage." Oh really O'Reilly. There are divine restrictions on marriage between an unrelated man and woman, but no government has the authority to disallow a qualified couple from getting married. Rights, including to marry, do not come from the government but from our Creator.Today's Resource: Have you heard about the BEL special of two MP3 CDs of Bob Enyart's audio teaching of The Plot and The Tree for one price of $49.99? The Plot: Every story has a plot, and a story's details can be confusing unless you understand its overview. The Bible tells the story of human history and the work of God for His creation, and this story has a plot as well! Grasping the big picture will help you reconcile many seemingly contradictory and controversial Bible passages. Achieve a fuller understanding of God's plan from Genesis to Revelation and equip yourself to share God's Word with friends and family. Consider listening to The Plot series based on Bob's manuscript of the same title. Then enjoy Bob's book studies and see how the big picture can help you to better know the living God. The Tree: For thirty five years Bob Enyart has studied God's Word praying for the wisdom to share the truth of Scripture with a lost and dying world. Now you can benefit from this very exciting Bible study. The Tree CD will take you back to the Garden of Eden to examine the legacy and impact of this famous tree on humanity. Find out where the tree is today and what its final destination will be. After listening to the prerequisite, The Plot, Bible, the Bible studies on The Tree CD will entertain, excite and challenge you toward godly living!