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Austin, TX (PRWEB) April 04, 2013
Absolute Rights and Managing Editor Tim Young have published the latest Digital Newsletter, sharing compelling articles with their subscribers and informing them of the most recent news developments.
The main article was contributed by writer Brent Dickerson, who shared his thoughts on the gay marriage issue facing the Supreme Court. The article calls the debate “one that is difficult to assess.”
After assessing the issue with Biblical perspectives, Dickerson wrote that “I am not trying to say that homosexuality is or is not a sin, but one thing is for certain, we must still love one another, and this means not rebuking them for a lifestyle that they may or may not have chosen.”
Dickerson believes that gay marriage is not an issue that should be determined legal or not by the Supreme Court. “Above all else, it certainly should not be for five of nine men and women in black robes to decide for the 300 million Americans here today, and the countless others that are here to come in the future,” wrote Dickerson.
The following Newsletter article comes from contributor Karl Dobias, who investigates the relationship between modern times and video game depictions of real life. One of the latest, most popular games is BioShock Infinite, which Dobias says is an eerily accurate illustration of today’s societal struggles.
“Although BioShock Infinite is just a game, it serves as a disturbing call to action for the rational citizens of America and the world alike. Fanaticism, although it has its place in the spectrum of ideological consumption, should be controlled,” said Dobias in the article.
The next article in the Newsletter was written by Kevin Jackson, lead contributor for TheBlackSphere.com. “Not only is Obama bankrupting America, he’s bankrupting the DNC,” wrote Jackson.” According to Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), Democrats are “in the red” because they spent more than “everything we had” to get Barack Obama and others elected last November. To fraudulently re-elect Barack Obama took all they had and then some more.”
The last Newsletter article from this edition was contributed by Ed Farnan, who continued his investigation of the Bible miniseries on the History Channel.
The popularity of the show alone is cause for attention, said Farnan. “The series outperforms all other television shows on Sunday nights, reaching close to 80 million viewers with its first three installments alone. As interest grows worldwide, it is expected the audience will expand exponentially,” wrote Farnan.
“In April, the series will be released on Blu-ray and DVD which should sweep the world…It will be an extraordinary commercial success…But even more extraordinary, are the resounding testimonies for Christianity, whose religious institutions and faith have been under fire around the world,” the article said.
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