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What power allows the president to act outside the constitution?

Question by Tricia: What power allows the president to act outside the constitution?
What power is granted to the president in the constitution which allows the president to act outside the constitution, and, therefore allows for the president to check or balance of the executive branch?

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Answer by Mujer Alta
Please give an example. All of us – including the president – who’ve taken the oath to “…protect and defend the Constitution ….” aren’t given a list of exceptions. The Constitution is not very specific in a lot of areas so the president has some wiggle room but he can’t “check and balance himself. By definition the checks and balances come from the other branches of government.

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Shelley Argent launches “I Expect Better” – with a message to Julia Gillard

HOW TO GET INVOLVED (click on ‘show more’ for instructions): This video shows Shelley Argent launching a new campaign called “I Expect Better” aimed at the world’s leaders and designed to encourage everyone to take action and show their support for Marriage Equality. Please join in this campaign by uploading your own personal video to YouTube. Instructions for uploading and how to label the video are below. 1. Keep videos short and sharp. Try for less than 2 minutes if you can. 2. YouTube/Google Account. In order to upload your video, you must have a valid YouTube account. 3. Clear sound is crucial. If no one can hear it, no one will watch it. Make sure to shoot in quiet environments and project. 4. Don’t backlight. Make sure light is on your face and not behind it — ie don’t sit in front of a bright window. 5. Title and tag your video. Use the title “I Expect Better” and include the leader, politician or political parties name, as well as your name and location – eg: “I Expect Better: message to Julia Gillard from Shelley Argent in Brisbane”. 6. To link your video with Shelley’s on youtube, click in the comment box under Shelley’s original video where you’d type a text reply, and a link should come up to the right of the box, saying ‘Post a video response’. You then choose the video that you want to add as a response, and click ok. This may take a day or so to take effect. 7. Please also join Shelley Argent’s facebook page and post a link to your videos so we can keep

Join or Make a Charitable Donation to Support the Centre for Inquiry’s efforts! www.cficanada.ca/support. More secret footage and explosive documentation to be released soon. Members of Think Again! TV and the Centre for Inquiry, via a secret source, obtained invitation-only tickets to a live faith healing/supernatural debt relief event featuring Peter Popoff at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on May 26, 2011. Footage shows Popoff engaging in “healings”, hosting testimonials and requesting large sums of money from the audience. Also features a sick man being turned away, and the description of an altercation in which – rather ironically – the organist for this “faith healer” wished upon us death by cancer. Background: Peter Popoff was a famous 1980s faith healer proven a fraud by skeptic James Randi on the tonight show with Johnny Carson. Randi and his assistants used a radio scanner to intercept transmissions from Popoff’s wife Elizabeth giving the prophet information about members of the audience, including their address and ailments. After being exposed, his popularity declined sharply, and Popoff declared bankruptcy in 1987. 20 years later, Popoff returned, ironically now combining supernatural debt relief, of all things, with his old faith healing tricks. He has become a profitable prophet once again.

2a Today for The USA Part One

The Second Amendment – America’s most vital amendment but one which is under constant threat and attack. Watch this (do be sure to watch parts 2 and 3 also.) and pass it on as widely as possible and wake up more people. Also, visit jpfo.org for other download options.

WINNIE MONSOD- IMPOSSIBLENG MANGYARI!! EARNING ONLY P720,0000 SALARY PER YEAR, GLORIA ARROYO’S NET WORTH ZOOMED TO P144.5 MILLION. HOW DID SHE DO THAT? WHAT DO YOU THINK? blogs.gmanews.tv Weeks after the PCIJ report on the President’s Statement of Assets, Liabilities, and Net Worth came out, the President still has not explained, as she must, why her net worth has more than doubled between 2000 and 2008 from P61.9 million to P144.5 million. Certainly her salary as President, which is P60,000 a month or P720,000 a year, cannot justify such an increase. One should also eliminate from the equation possible gains from stock market trading because unless she or her stockbroker are trading geniuses, making the kind of killing she would have to make to justify her net worth increases would be very improbable because of the stock market decline in 2008. Thus, she would have to show very large increases in her other income which would be most naturally attributed to the income of her spouse. This, she still has not done. Actually the Philippines has very strict laws that if implemented properly, would show unexplained wealth and possible graft and corrupt practices by government officials right away. Our 1987 Constitution mandates it. And previous to that, there is RA 1379, passed way back in 1955, which provides that… Whenever any public officer or employee has acquired during his incumbency an amount of property which is manifestly out of proportion to his salary as such
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Oklahoma Wesleyan University Announces Plans for Construction of the Keating Institute

Oklahoma Wesleyan University Announces Plans for Construction of the Keating Institute

(PRWEB) October 14, 2011

Oklahoma Wesleyan University (OKWU) today announced a $ 2 million commitment from Chesapeake Energy Corporation to construct The Keating Institute. The institute will honor the former Governor and his wife for their exemplary service to the state of Oklahoma and will be devoted to the study of free enterprise, constitutional liberty, the rule of law, federalism and Judeo-Christian values. The Keating Institute will house the Oklahoma Wesleyan School of Business, which will be renamed The Chesapeake Energy School of Business. The new institute, which will be moving forward on construction immediately, will also include a “scholars in residence” program and an annual colloquia series.

“Chesapeake is honored to support such a noble cause and is particularly proud to recognize Frank and Cathy Keating for their leadership and commitment to our state and country,” commented Aubrey K. McClendon, Chesapeake’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “We fully embrace the creation of an institute where students will learn to better understand the Constitution, the right to a free enterprise economy, the imperatives of government transparency, the uniqueness of humanity and the importance of public service.”

The mission and goals of The Keating Institute will be to promote ethical leadership, the ideals of free market economics, the spirit of entrepreneurship, the superiority of capitalism, the priority of constitutional liberty and unconditional trust in God.

“We are truly thankful for donors like Chesapeake Energy Corporation,” said Dr. Everett Piper, OKWU President. “This gift will not only be of obvious benefit to Oklahoma Wesleyan University but to our entire community and all of Oklahoma. Clearly, our culture needs to revisit the ideas of freedom, liberty and liberation that are implicit in ‘self-evident truths’ of our Constitution now, perhaps, more than ever.”

Oklahoma Wesleyan University is a recognized educational leader in the state of Oklahoma and beyond. OKWU has received national recognition from U.S. News and World Report, Forbes.com, and CBSNews MoneyWatch both for its excellent academic reputation as well as its missional integrity. The university is a four-year, Christian university of the liberal arts and sciences that is accredited by the North Central Association. OKWU also receives professional accreditation from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), and the International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education (IACBE). It is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) and boasts national championship athletic programs in men’s and women’s basketball as well as baseball. Perhaps most important, OKWU is known for its bold and clear mission which emphasizes the Primacy of Jesus Christ, the Priority of Scripture, the Pursuit of Truth and the Practice of Wisdom.


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John Carmichael
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“Rev.” John Carmichael – President of the Church of Scientology in New York
gothamist.com/2007/08/14/rev_john_carmic.php – immediately after his attempt to recruit me to Scientology in New York 10th March 2008.

I told him not to question my intelligence…

I demonstrated against the Church of Scientology (CoS) in New York on the 10th of March, so it may seem a little strange to learn that I actually went to visit one of the CoS branches here in London over the weekend. What lead up to that was the tragic suicide of a Norwegian girl in Nice, France a few weeks ago, a few hours after taking the CoS’s “personality-test”. www.oca.scientology.org/ Her family claims it was due to the in part horrible test-results she got. The CoS response was something along the lines of "nobody else has done that, so why would she?", amid claims that she had long been suffering different mental issues, and that the church had only had a very short conversation with her…

Let’s just say I got curious, and wanted to find out a bit more than all the stuff you can read online will tell you. (http://www.xenu.net/)

Not that I was “curious” in the searching-sense. I am not (that) stupid.

While the questions themselves seemed a little silly (and _real_ psychologists condemn it as “a rubbish test of personality that will not give you any real answers”) I found the exercise rather entertaining. It said to print the survey-results out and bring them along to my local “church”, and they would give me the verdict. However “Tekmology” again proved incompatible with “religion”, so I ended up having to do the test again upon arrival…

The “score” wasn’t particularly shocking (I had, after all answered truthfully to all the questions, I even (stupidly?) used my real name and address…). What I found amazing was the classic sales-pitch I got when he went through it with me after.

It’s called FUDGE – first you sow Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt, and then you give your “victim” Great Expectations.

Seeing as I knew what he was trying to do I wasn’t falling for it, and despite my reassurances that whatever the test revealed didn’t actually make my life a living hell (his clear implication), he kept asking the same inane questions again and again (he was clearly new). I told him I didn’t have enough money to pay for the £10 book that would redeem my life from the utter catastrophe it currently is (drug-dealers tend to give you the first dose cheap/free to get you hooked…and his ineptitude stopped me from feeling pity for him), but realising he wasn’t going to make a sale, he decided to go for broke, and asked me if I wanted to see a film…

A very bad mistake…

Up until this time I hadn’t found Scientology very offensive at all, it seemed more like an aggressive book-club rather than a maniacal cult. Stupid? Yes. Preying on the weak and vulnerable? Most definitely. But then they don’t differ too much from the other cults out there. However small or large those cults are…

To sum the film up (sorry, yes, I’m aware this is starting to look more like a novel than a comment…but…).

Young man plays American football and gets badly tackled.
Young man ends up paralysed in hospital.
Young man is seen to by completely incompetent psychiatrists (for a spinal injury?!?) and is (gleefully) told he will never walk again.
Young man tells his wife to be that she should find someone else to marry, as he will not be a good husband for her *violins playing*
Psychiatrists decides they will operate on young man’s brain (for a _spinal_ injury in the lower back?!?!?). Not to cure said young man, mind you “as that would put us out of a job”.
Young wife-to-be brings the book “Dianetics” along.
Young man reads book and starts not only walking, but jumping around!

Needless to say it wasn’t *exactly* a documentary…

I was offended at how it portrayed the medical profession (I have not been treated with anything but respect, and have had nothing but good experiences with doctors, and though I’m aware there are stupid doctors out there, I hold them in rather a higher esteem than the people behind this movie. I also believe the brain has immense power, and that you can probably go a long way to healing yourself (placebo-effect, anyone?), but this film was an affront to humanity.

What counfounds me is how anyone can fall for the pathetic lies of this book-shop-that-calls-itself-a-church…

Go figure.

This is my personal opinion, I’m not telling you what to think. Feel free to check it out for yourself, though I would strongly recommend you do something more useful with your time. Like play pocket-tennis. c",)

If you are "searching", go here: www.venganza.org/

Freethinkers title contest …
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This is a photo I took in a Roman Catholic church in Bretagne, north France. The cobwebs struck me as a sign of the reduced importance that religion holds in Europe now. However, the idea that religions are sacred and should be exempt from satire is ever more present with the immigration to Europe of communities with different religions, especially Islam.

In the process of losing my Christian faith, on this issue I have now embraced the position as expressed by H.L. Mencken:

" … even a superstitious man has certain inalienable rights. He has a right to harbor and indulge his imbecilities as long as he pleases, provided only he does not try to inflict them upon other men by force. He has a right to argue for them as eloquently as he can, in season and out of season. He has a right to teach them to his children. But certainly he has no right to be protected against the free criticism of those who do not hold them. He has no right to demand that they be treated as sacred. He has no right to preach them without challenge."

I want to test how many people are open to this idea on Flickr. If you agree with me and you can think of a satirical title for this photo, please post your suggestion below.
The contest is open-ended and therefore I will not choose a winner. For the sake of freedom of speech and creativity your effort is greatly appreciated. Some good suggestions also from the members in this group.

If you think this is wholly inappropriate, please make your argument!


circle of cool
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There’s a thing Eddie Izzard used to go on about:

How being cool & being a berk are right next to each other on a big circle and it’s very easy to suddenly find yourself doing one when you meant to be the other.

Fine line between genius & madness, and all that.

Anyway, I have to confess, when I first clapped eyes on Wolfie Smith here, I had him immediately assigned to the berk side of the line.

I mean, jesus wept, he’s got Frodo Baggins’s leather pixie-pouch and a ‘scuse me yes I’m not hallucinating, WOLF’S TAIL! hanging off his arse.

WOLF’S TAIL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Not to mention some weird litlle babydreads at the back of his barnet, giving him an unnecessarily additional air of Mulletedness.

If you force-fed me DiMethylTryptamine for a year, I don’t think I’d come up with doing anything as unforgivably ludicrous as this. Not in public. Certainly not in the middle of bloody Peckham at any rate.

But then, and I must be getting soft-headed in my dotage, it struck me that mostly I didn’t like the guy because he was young, doing an art course down the road, and gets to enjoy the company of pretty art student girls in dayglo outfits.

I was thoroughly jealous, in fact.

And, it further occurred to me: looked at in a fairer, kinder, less likely to stain the world with hideous bad vibes of putrefying bad karma & bitterness, sort of a way: the young feller me lad there is actually cool as ruddy heck, has really colossal balls, levels of chutzpah I could never dream of, and bloody good luck to him, what a dude.

Although the mullet-esque-ness he is indulging in is still a little hard for maye refayned sinsibilities to daygist, dontchaknow?

So, overall, you go for it Wolf Lad. Good on ya, cat.

For my part, I’m thinking of enrolling at Art College.

Only joking, art is the religion of the people who take masses of opium.

Robert J. Scott Addresses Cloud Computing Privacy and Security Risks at SecureWorld Dallas 2011

Robert J. Scott Addresses Cloud Computing Privacy and Security Risks at SecureWorld Dallas 2011

Scott & Scott, LLP

Southlake, Texas (PRWEB) November 01, 2011

Cloud computing is exploding. Forrester Research estimates the cloud market will reach $ 241 billion by 2020. There is growing concern over how to meet regulatory privacy and security requirements.

Robert J. Scott, Managing Partner, Scott & Scott, LLP, a Texas-based law firm with a privacy and security practice area, will present ideas on how to mitigate or eliminate the privacy and security risks in cloud computing. “ I will address the legal challenges of the cloud and highlight the critical contract issues that should be covered in cloud computing agreements”.

Cloud computing engagements entail risks not present in more traditional technology transactions. At the top of the list of unique cloud risks are the legislative topics-du-jour: privacy and security regulatory compliance. Because of the nature of cloud computing—wherein clients access and store data on service provider’s systems across a public Internet—both parties are forced to confront these regulatory risks, whether they want to or not.

Based on Rob Scott’s extensive experience negotiating cloud computing agreements, he will address each element that contributes to privacy and security risk in cloud computing, including:

What happens if there is a data loss?
What broad or industry-specific regulatory issues affect the business?
What jurisdiction will prevail if there is litigation?
Will encryption be used in data storage and transmission?
What indemnification does the vendor offer for infringement of third-party intellectual property rights or data breach?

SecureWorld Expo is a 2-Day Regional Conference formed to promote the ideals of fostering communication between security professionals and technology leaders, to discuss best practices and to bind that body of thought in a public/private partnership with government. Security in the 21st Century will be a driving principle for business and government and SecureWorld Expo will drive that discussion.

To register for the conference: click here.

About Robert J. Scott

Robert J. Scott is a recognized industry expert in legal strategies, education, and awareness pertaining to Information technology law. As the managing partner of Scott & Scott, LLP, Robert skillfully represents clients on issues where technology, media and the law intersect.

About Scott & Scott:

Scott& Scott, LLP (http://www.scottandscottllp.com) is a boutique intellectual property and technology law firm with an emphasis on software disputes, technology transactions, brand management, and federal litigation. Our lawyers and technology professionals take a principled approach to each engagement, leveraging our experience to provide value. Our clients range from mature small businesses to publicly traded multi-national corporations who work proactively with us to creatively solve business and legal issues. We regularly work as part of a team of in-house and outside attorneys managing large-scale legal projects. We take the time to listen to a client’s objectives and understand its business before developing a custom strategy and project plan designed to give the client visibility into the process and the potential outcomes.


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Was the Constitution a fulfillment of the Revolution or a reaction to its excesses?

Question by neyo77: Was the Constitution a fulfillment of the Revolution or a reaction to its excesses?
Contrast the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution in terms of liberty and power. Was the Constitution a fulfillment of the Revolution or a reaction to its excesses?

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Answer by annabellleigh3
What excesses were there in the American revolution? Death, Hunger, or Cold?
The constitution was a fulfillment of the the Revolution, in the fact that the whole war was fought simply for the right to make such a document!

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Q&A: Should illegal aliens in the USA be offered citizenship to fight in the war with the Terrorists?

Question by chwcs: Should illegal aliens in the USA be offered citizenship to fight in the war with the Terrorists?
Do you feel it would stop all of the illegal alliens in our country from being exploited. I feel that if they want to become americans they should have to help defend our country. I also believe that it would lower our cost to maintain them and give them back their dignity. That by fighting they become americian. Our founding fathers fought so that we could be free and become Indenpendent. All of us had come from different countries (with the execption of the americian native indians) I feel that if they want our rights then they should have to defend those rights.I feel that it would be the lesser of the two evils, ( sweat shops, abuse, rape, salvery)
Illegal alliens should not have our rights if they can not fight for freedom as our founding fathers. Yet as it stands now they march through our cities demanding those rights. Let them earn them. WHAT DO YOU THINK.

Dr. Sena, PhD

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Answer by Michael S

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Christian Non-Profit Fighting to Save Christianity from Self-Destruction

Christian Non-Profit Fighting to Save Christianity from Self-Destruction

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Plano, TX (Vocus/PRWEB) December 28, 2010

Christianity is under attack from the inside. Christians are leaving the religion because of Christian hypocrisy, Christian intolerance, Christian judgmentalism, and Christian homophobia. Instead of living their Christian faith genuinely in the world, defectors see superficial name-tag-only Christians who talk the talk but don’t walk the walk. Non-Christians don’t take them seriously, because they often don’t follow their own teaching and preaching, which endangers the effectiveness of Christian evangelism efforts.

Outsiders see blatant hypocrisy between Christian beliefs and actions. Non-believers see prideful and self-righteous Christians who act “better” than others and judge others with an attitude of arrogance and intolerance. Homosexuals and people in the gay community feel rejected and condemned as outcasts by the Christian church and its followers.

Many in the Christian church today pay little more than lip-service to worship or living a Christian life. The phrase “love your neighbor as yourself” is quickly becoming a phrase no longer associated with the Christian religion. A non-profit organization called Changing the Face of Christianity is working to save the Christian religion from self-destruction, by helping Christians become more like Jesus Christ.

Changing the Face of Christianity has launched a bold awareness and education campaign aimed at existing Christians. Its strategy is to expose the perceptions of non-Christians to those within the Christian faith and encourage and assist them to take personal action to reverse the negative stereotypes. Founder and President R. Brad White says, “The Bible tells us that non-believers will always hate us, but not for the reasons they hate us now. Who could hate someone for truly loving their neighbor as themselves? The fact is we don’t do a very good job at loving our neighbor.”

The mission of Changing the Face of Christianity is to reverse Christian intolerance, hypocrisy, homophobia, judgmentalism, and other negative Christian stereotypes, by helping Christians to be more like Jesus Christ. Brad says “If non-believers hated us for truly living our faith and for being the best lovers of people the world has ever known, then our campaign would end. We would joyfully accept the criticism.”

Non-believers despise Christianity for all the wrong reasons. But the problem goes deeper than what non-Christians think. There is a growing exodus within the church too, especially within the younger generations. Younger Christians raised to be more accepting of other people, other lifestyles, and other beliefs, are turned off by Christians who maintain attitudes of bigotry and intolerance. This exodus is even more convicting given the growing trend in churches today to appeal to younger generations with “feel good” messages and more contemporary and entertaining worship services. Brad says “It appears that younger generations want more authenticity and compassion than simply more entertainment.”

In the American Religious Identification Survey of more than 54 thousand respondents released in 2009, the number of people claiming no religious preference (“The Nones”) almost doubled from 1990 (8.2%) to 2008 (15%).

In the book unchristian, written by David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons based on research from thousands of interviews by the respected Barna Research Group, Kinnaman concludes “The vast majority of outsiders [to the Christian faith]…are actually dechurched individuals.” This gives support to notion that people are leaving the faith, not simply refusing to join as new Christians.

In the book American Grace, researchers Robert Putnam and David Campbell found that “young Americans are dropping out of religion at an alarming rate of five to six times the historic rate (30 to 40 percent have no religion today, versus 5 to 10 percent a generation ago).”

Changing the Face of Christianity Inc performs ongoing independent research and engages in positive dialogue with atheists and agnostics to maintain an accurate pulse on Christian culture and those in greatest opposition to the Christian religion.

Here are a few “outsider” quotes about Christians from Changing the Face of Christianity interviews:

“I would never consider being a Christian, but I might consider not being so critical if more Christians were open and genuine and willing to actually talk about their beliefs.”
“If one was a faithful Christian in their personal life but was able to respect the freedoms of others, what objection could truly be lodged against them? No one cares what you believe, only how your beliefs affect the personal lives of others.”
“I enjoy cross dressing, it makes me feel good about my appearance. It is my right. However the value of that right is severally damaged when I am constantly under attack by members of various religious groups. Are you personally familiar with what it feels like to have people follow you around shouting rude things, throwing empty coffee cups at you, or cornering you with the intention of goading you into a fight?”
“My grandmother always tried to make me feel bad that my mom didn’t take my brothers and me to church. She would tell me that my mom was a bad person. My mom was raised constantly being told that she was a bad person. I’ve seen the emotional scars it left on my mother.”

Brad White says, “We could easily be confused or misunderstood as being anti-Christian because of how forcefully we discuss these tough issues. However, we also have a positive strategy. We also enjoy highlighting Christians doing good. When engaging with non-believers, we listen instead of preach. We are gracious instead of antagonistic. We are accepting and reasonable instead of intolerant and hysterical. We want to show non-believers that there are positive, like-minded Christians out there that really care about them instead of simply trying to convert them.”

Brad continues, “When we started, we knew we would encounter some opposition within the church and some confusion about our purpose. However, we’ve been overwhelmed and encouraged by the positive response. I continue to meet people who say ‘you are dead on, keep it up,’ and we keep discovering other complimentary ministries that are attacking the problem from different perspectives. I have incredible faith and hope for Christianity even as we enter a very dark time within our church.”

Changing the Face of Christianity Inc has also released a “Christian Face Quiz”. Answer 10 questions and the quiz will return a score, telling you how Christian you are.


About Changing the Face of Christianity Inc.

Changing the Face of Christianity Inc is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit Texas corporation, started in 2010 by Founder and President R. Brad White. Their mission is to reverse Christian intolerance, hypocrisy, homophobia, judgmentalism, and other negative Christian stereotypes, by helping Christians to be more like Jesus Christ. Mahatma Gandhi once said, “I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.” Changing the Face of Christianity Inc is working to change that negative perception. They do this by 1) making Christians aware of the negative stereotypes inadvertently created through their words and actions, 2) by educating Christians on the issues and effective ways to change their words and actions to create a positive stereotype in the world, and 3) by assisting Christians in their transformation into Christ-likeness. Changing the Face of Christianity Inc also strives to bridge the “trust” gap between believers and non-believers, to create positive and constructive dialog, and intellectually honest and friendly conversations with non-Christians.

About R. Brad White

For most of his life, Brad was an unshakable Atheist. But after a miraculous sign from God in 2005′, he shed his blind disbelief and became a believer. He later became a Christian after thorough deliberation and study. Ever since that moment, he has been actively engaged in using his life to Glorify God and to build up God’s kingdom. Brad felt called to start “Changing the Face of Christianity” in 2010′. Brad is also a professional speaker and trainer, speaking to groups large and small on topics such as Changing the Face of Christianity (reversing negative Christian stereotypes), Living a Life of Purpose and Significance (Leaving a Lasting Legacy), and Biblical leadership. Brad is available for interviews, radio segments, opinion pieces, guest blog articles, and commentary on our Christian faith and culture. Visit their website to learn more about R. Brad White and the Changing the Face of Christianity Board of Directors.


NOTE TO EDITORS AND PRODUCERS: Please contact R. Brad White to set up an interview (214) 906-7455 or brad(at)changingthefaceofchristianity(dot)com. For mail correspondence, Changing the Face of Christianity Inc., 4100 River Branch Trail, Plano, TX 75024. Images, videos, and content available upon request. Visit our online press room. The company’s website address is http://www.changingthefaceofchristianity.com. Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/ChangingTheFaceOfChristianity. Twitter: http://twitter.com/Christian_Face. RSS Feed at: http://feeds.feedburner.com/ChangingTheFaceOfChristianity-Feed



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