- Newsweek is a well-known weekly magazine out of New York City that is distributed widely in America and internationally, second only to Time Magazine. The first publication of Newsweek was in 1933 and reached its peak of over 4 million national and international subscribers in 2003. Newsweek began experiencing a sharp decline in subscribers in 2008, partly due to the competition of online news publications. By January 2010, Newsweek was down to 1.5 million subscribers. In the fall of 2010, Newsweek merged with The Daily Beast, an online news site, to form The Daily Beast Newsweek Publishing Company (Wikipedia).
- Putting that clinical analysis aside, the real discussion at hand is - how does God view the writers and editors of Newsweek? What did they do with the platform God gave them? That platform of a popular and respected publication allowed them ample opportunity to speak to their contemporaries in the earth in truth and wisdom when matters of morality came upon their landscape. Or, they could have ignored those issues and steered clear of anything pertaining to such matters, holding to an unbiased reporting of the facts. However, an evil work is always present amongst the workers of iniquity to call God a liar and to attempt to discredit the Bible and the teachings of Christ. The demon-possessed journalists of Newsweek, doing the work of their father, the Devil, could do nothing but write articles and editorials opposing the holy and righteous standard of God and to mock His people, who with love for their fellow man and who are intent to remind all inhabitants of this Doomed world of that standard.
- In the realm of media mutts, there has been discussion as to whether Newsweek is a conservative or liberal publication. You need to go no further than reading a few articles to understand their position to demonstrate their liberal tendencies. The Newsweek rebel writers, who despise the Word of God, found it necessary to barf out their satanic thoughts unto the world by expressing their support for fag marriage and maligning the servants of God for their Bible-based preachments through several controversial articles.
- In December 2008, Newsweek journalist Lisa Miller wrote "Our Mutual Joy: Opponents of gay marriage often cite Scripture. But what the Bible teaches about love argues for the other side." (See Our Mutual Joy) Miller, an award-winning writer on religion from The Wall Street Journal, purports that since the patriarchs had multiple wives that fag marriage is justified as just another 'model' of marriage even supported by the Bible. Miller has no business speaking for God - thinking she can manage God's standard. In fact, she knows the standard (making a lucrative career out of claiming to know the Bible, don't you know) and purposefully fails to mention THAT blessed and perfect standard pronounced by God. God created male and female and they twain (those two people) become one flesh for life. "So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them" (Gen. 1:27). "And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh? Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder" (Matt. 19:5-6).
- Any other intimate relationship outside THAT God-ordained marriage covenant is prohibited and divorce (or ripping apart of that marriage covenant) is also prohibited. The misconduct of humans, including God's Elect, does not nullify or modify God's laws. "Who shall lay any thing to the charge of God's elect? It is God that justifieth" (Rom. 8:33). So keep your filthy mitts off of God's Word!
- In response to Miller's bilge, Newsweek published "The Good Book and Gay Marriage: A faith-based debate over what Scripture teaches about same-sex marriage." (See The Good Book & Gay Marriage) Determined to butt their filthy hands into the shameful discussion of fag marriage and justify that abominable conduct, a debate was printed between a Methodist lying false prophet supporting fag marriage and an Ethics and Liberty Expert opposing fag marriage. The real purpose was to feature a preacher in their well-respected and popular publication calling God a liar and that God's standards are on the table to be disposed of. No doubt that the millions of Bible-dumb readers were greatly influenced by Newsweek's heretical commentary on the satanic debate of fag marriage that has flooded this Doomed nation.
- Newsweek revisited the fag marriage debate once again in January 2010. Theodore B. Olson, a lawyer who served in the Reagan and George W. Bush administrations, wrote, "The Conservative Case for Gay Marriage: Why same-sex marriage is an American value." (See The Conversative Case for Gay Marriage)
- In March of 2010, Newsweek published an article by Krista Gesaman calling the faithful words of warning against sin preached by the Westboro Baptist Church as 'hate speech' titled, "Free (Hate) Speech: The Supreme Court takes up the issue of whether hurling antigay invective at a soldier's funeral is protected speech." (See Free Hate Speech)
- The very liberty through the First Amendment that Gesaman and Newsweek practice, including the commentary into the mores of this nation, would gladly deny God's people. Their dark hearts condemning them, Newsweek authors hope to categorize words they find insulting or unacceptable as 'hate speech' in an attempt to sway their readers that such Bible sentiments are hurtful and induce violence and thus unprotected by the First Amendment. Calling plain Bible speech 'hate speech' has placed their journalists in the cross-hairs of God Almighty who rewards all men according to their works. "For many nations and great kings shall serve themselves of them also: and I will recompense them according to their deeds, and according to the works of their own hands" (Jer. 25:14).
- In October 2010, some of the Westboro Baptist Church members were present at SCOTUS defending their legal and faithful testimony to an ungrateful and rebellious nation preached at the events where God has pronounced judgment upon this land of God-haters. In response to the widely debated upcoming case before the highest court of the land, Newsweek promoted a video produced by K. Ryan Jones (see video) to malign the saints of God, calling their works evil. This video is part of Jones' 2007, "Fall From Grace" with some updated interviews of WBC discussing the SCOTUS arguments. Incidentally, Lyin' and Cryin' Jones has earned his own place on GodHatesTheMedia -see his page here!
- What more proof is needed that Newsweek is a satanic forum for promoting immoral doctrines through their support of fag filth and despising God's standard? God Hates Newsweek!
- new york
3rd largest paper in US & kisses fag ass
Magazine for fudge packers. Amazing.
Married a fag. Pushes fag filth. Panders to "smart" fags.
Been shaping the zeitgeist against WBC for 60 years.
- good as
Clever smarmy fag
Is that an Adam's apple?
Fall from Grace preached to the world. Thanks.
Early whiner about picketing Snyder’s funeral. Thanks.
You are in more trouble than Sodom ever was.
Why not investigate your hatred of God?
- daily kos
Fag spin on the Internet. Say it ain't so!
Squandered her skill on promoting sin & impressing dyke lovers.
Publisher of lies. Can you say, 'millstone?'