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  • Niemoeller was active as a leader in a so-called Pastors' Emergency League and in a Synod that denounced the abuses of the dictatorship in the famous "Six Articles of Barmen."

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • Churches and Social Service Agencies are destroying the Black Community under the direction of some pseudo-chrislike figures called Pastors/Executive Directors.

    CityLink: White Devils vs. White Christians Divide Black Neighborhood

  • The Doctors of the Church, are called Pastors; so also are Civill Soveraignes:

    Leviathan

  • For more information, please call Pastors E.A. and Helen Millican at 423-421-0106.

    The Daily Sentinel: News

  • Take a look at the so-called Pastors on T.V. who have miss used monies for their own gain and moral acts against God's teaching.

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  • APPENDIX: A Word to Pastors 1. A. W. Tozer, The Set of the Sail Camp Hill, PA: Wingspread, 1986, 154– 56.

    Living on the Edge

  • "Pastors" was the name given to these village crusaders.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 06 (From Barbarossa to Dante)

  • "Pastors" (primarily Baptists, of course) have been busily concocting every kind of slanderous diatribe in a desperate attempt to deflect attention from the real issues.

    Pros Apologian

  • 'Pastors' scam congregants out of over $800K in immigration con: law enforcement sources

    NY Daily News

  • To the good Reverand Raphael: When you "Pastors" start rising up against pro abortion politicians, and stop supporting crooks like Bill Jefferson, maybe the crime rate will drop.

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