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Oameni de cultura, artisti, oameni de stiinta neoprotestanti

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Aveti si voi asa ceva? Exemple, va rog!

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G.W.Bush.

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View Postbascaabundentei, on 25 februarie 2015 - 19:49, said:

Aveti si voi asa ceva? Exemple, va rog!
Care voi?

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Voi, neoprotestantii!

"Câteva denumiri ale acestor culte (organizate de obicei sub forma unor biserici), sunt: adepții Bisericii creștine după Evanghelie (a nu se confunda cu evanghelicii luterani), baptiștii,[1] penticostalii,[1] Frăția Plymouth,[1] congregaționaliștii,[1] mormonii,[1] adventiștii de ziua a șaptea,[1] nazarinenii,[1] Martorii lui Iehova[1], etc."
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Edited by bascaabundentei, 26 February 2015 - 08:19.


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Uite acia bah basca:

Biserica Crestina dupa Evanghelie

Wilbur and Orville Wright - the Wright Brothers were the inventors of the airplane
Francis Scott Key - wrote "The Star Spangled Banner" during a War of 1812 battle (United Brethren Sunday school teacher)
Mark Souder - U.S. Representative from Indiana's 4th District
Scott Harshbarger - Massachusetts Attorney General; TV new show 20/20 profiled his controversial child abuse investigation based solely on manipulated testimony of children
Dwight D. Eisenhower - U.S. President (born into River Brethren, but raised mainly in Jehovah's Witnesses)

Baptisti

Politics:
- Abraham Lincoln - 16th President of the United States (raised Baptist)
- Andrew Johnson - 17th U.S. President (raised Baptist)
- Warren G. Harding - 29th U.S. President
- Harry S. Truman - 33rd U.S. President
- Jimmy Carter - 39th U.S. President (former Southern Baptist)
- William Jefferson Clinton - 42nd U.S. President (Bill Clinton was officially rebuked by SBC)
- Alexander I - Russian Czar, 1777-1825. (claimed as a "closet" Baptist)
- Olusegun Obasanjo - president of Nigeria (since 1999); previously a career soldier and military ruler, before winning election
- Richard M. Johnson - Vice-President under Pres. Van Buren
- Nelson A. Rockefeller - Vice-President to Pres. Ford
- Al Gore - Vice-President to Pres. Clinton (former Southern Baptist)
- Strom Thurmond - Senator from South Carolina. Oldest senator in office
- Jesse Helms - Conservative senator from North Carolina (1973-2003)
- Newt Gingrich - former Speaker of the House (U.S. House of Rep.)
- Trent Lott - U.S. Senate Majority Leader until 2002, when he was ousted from leadership under the spectre of racism
- Shirley Chisholm - (1924-2005) first black woman elected to U.S. House of Representatives
- Tom DeLay - Republican congressman from Texas; former House Majority Leader
- Fred Harris - U.S. seantor; historian; Indian rights advocate
- Bill Moyers - former Baptist preacher and White House press secretary
- Sam Rayburn - Speaker of the House (1940-61)
- Dick Gephardt - Richard Andrew Gephardt was an influential U.S. Representative from Missouri (1977-2004)
- Gary Condit - U.S. Representative from California; suspected of murdering intern Chandra Levy
- Gary Bauer - conservative politician; past president of the Family Research Council; ran unsuccessfully for the Republican Party nomination for U.S. President in 2000
- Mel Carnahan - (1934-2000) Governor of Missouri (1993-2000, Democrat); died in a plane crash during campaign for the U.S. Senate, and defeated John Ashcroft posthumously
- Asa Hutchinson - Under Secretary for Border and Transportation Security with the Department of Homeland Security until January 2005
- Lester Maddox - politician, nightclub owner
- DeForest Soaries - minister, politician, author, and public advocate from New Jersey; chairman of the federal Election Assistance Commission
- Alexander Mackenzie - Prime Minister of Canada (1873-1878)
- Tommy Douglas - Canadian politician; eighth Premier of Saskatchewan from 1944 to 1961; led the first socialist government in North America and introduced universal public medicare to Canada
- Deborah Wheelehan - 1996 Republican candidate for U.S. House of Representatives in Missouri's 3rd District (former Southern Baptist)

Law:
- Charles E. Hughes - was Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
- Clarence Thomas - 2nd black Supreme Court justice. (former Baptist, now Catholic)
- Hugo Black - Hugo L. Black was a U.S. Supreme Court justice from 1937 to 1971; noted for his "literal" interpretation of U.S. Constitution
- Howell E. Jackson - U.S. Supreme Court justice
- Roy Moore - former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court who refused to follow an order to remove a display of the Ten Commandments from his court

Music:
- Carrie Underwood - singer, winner of competition on Season 4 of popular FOX television series American Idol
- Ruben Studdard - singer (winner of American Idol 2nd season)
- Clay Aiken - singer, immensely popular 2nd place runner-up in Season 2 of FOX television series American Idol
- Glen Campbell - country music singer
- Roy Orbison - country music singer
- Marian Anderson - influential black singer
- Johnny Cash - singer
- Skeeter Davis - country music singer
- Kris Kristofferson - country music singer
- David Ruffin - singer with The Temptations
- Pebbles - R&B singer; founder of Savvy record label (real name: Perri Alette McKissack)
- Louis Armstrong - trumpeter, vocalist, conductor
- Donna Summer - singer, songwriter
- Ralph Stanley - bluegrass musician
- Mahalia Jackson - Gospel singer
- George Jones - country singer; nicknamed The Possum; "Why Baby Why" was his first top-five hit in 1955
- Blackie Lawless - singer, guitarist; formed "Killer Kane Band" with Arthur Kane (former New York Doll); later formed the band W.A.S.P., whose albums included The Crimson Idol
- Chuck Berry - rock and roll pioneer
- Sam Cooke - rock and roll legend
- Bill Haley - rock and roll star
- Buddy Holly - rock and roll legend
- Hank Williams Sr. - country music singer
- Gene Autry - TV's famous singing cowboy (lapsed Baptist, convert to Christian Science)
- Diana Ross - singer
- Rita Coolidge - singer
- Gladys Knight - famed singer who sang with the "Pips" (former Baptist, now a Latter-day Saint)
- Whitney Houston - singer
- Queen Latifah - singer, actress
- Jessica Simpson - pop singer
- Al Green - musician
- Britney Spears - pop singer
- Aaron Carter - pop singer; brother of Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys
- Otis Redding - soul singer (famous for "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay" and other classics)
- Rick Wakeman - member of 1970s rock group "Yes"
- Aretha Franklin - classic soul singer
- Ashlee Simpson - singer
- David Ball - country music singer (son of a Baptist preacher)
- Jeremy Castle - Oklahoma country music singer

Journalism:
- Aminah Assilmi - broadcast journalist; director of the International Union of Muslim Women
- Marshall Frady - journalist; author of Wallace, an esposé of Democratic Alabama governor George Wallace; chief correspondent for ABC News Close Up (1979-86)
- Terry Mattingly - nationally prominent syndicated religion journalist (former Southern Baptist; now Eastern Orthodox)
- Liz Smith - nationally syndicated gossip columnist (former Southern Baptist)

Literature:
- John Grisham - best-selling author of legal thrillers, including The Pelican Brief; The Firm and The Client
- Tim LaHaye - author of immensely popular "Left Behind" Evangelical science fiction/fantasy novels
- Ossie Davis - author, playwright
- Nikki Giovanni - poet
- Christopher J. Priest - influential comic book writer
- Hazel Brannon Smith - first woman to win Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing
- Robert Don Hughes - science fiction writer; author of The Fallen and Eternity Game
- Carolivia Herron - author of Nappy Hair (convert to Judaism)
- Octavia Butler - science fiction writer; winner of Hugo, Nebula awards for "Bloodchild" and "Speech Sounds" (former Baptist)
- Robert Heinlein - considered one of the greatest science fiction authors ever; author of Stranger in a Strange Land; Starship Troopers; many more (former Baptist)
- Ray Bradbury - science fiction writer; author of Something Wicked This Way Comes; Fahrenheit 451; The Illustrated Man; many more (former Baptist)
- Gene Roddenberry - TV writer, producer; creator of Star Trek (former Baptist)

Film and Television:
- Ava Gardner - actress, movie star
- Kevin Costner - actor, movie star
- Fred Berry - actor best known as "Rerun" on the TV comedy What's Happening!!
- Peter Duel - (1940-1971) actor; Alias Smith and Jones, etc.
- Ruth Warrick - (1915-2005) actress best known as "Phoebe Tyler" on soap opera All My Children
- Victor Wong - (1927-2001) Chinese-American character actor
- Anita Bryant - entertainer, politician
- Chuck Norris - actor ("Walker, Texas Ranger")
- DeForest Kelley - actor; played "Dr. McCoy" on Star Trek (raised Baptist; son of a Baptist minister)
- Bette Davis - movie star (mostly lapsed Baptist/Episcopalian family background)
- Warren Beatty - actor, movie star, Academy Award-winning director (lapsed)
- Eddie Murphy - actor, comedian
- Ron Shelton - director / screenwriter / filmmaker: Bull Durham; Tin Cup; etc. (former Baptist)
- Charles MacArthur - American playwright and screenwriter; best known for The Front Page
- Dwayne Walker - director / screenwriter / filmmaker (Bible Madness, etc.)
- Ron Ormond - director / screenwriter / filmmaker; If Footmen Tire You, What Will Horses Do? (1971), The Burning Hell (1974), etc.

Edited by Sfantul Jakob, 26 February 2015 - 10:28.


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Penticostali:

Politics:
- John Ashcroft - U.S. attorney general (2001-2004); former senator from Missouri; first AG member to be elected as a U.S. congressman
- James Watt - U.S. Secretary of the Interior under Pres. Reagan
- Rick Hill - U.S. Representative from Montana
- Todd Tiahrt - U.S. Representative from Kansas 4th District
- Linda Smith - U.S. Representative from Washington
- Marylin Shannon - Ore. Republican Party county chairwoman and national committeewoman, 1982-97; Ore. Senate, 1995-present
- Andrew Evans - Australia politician and AG pastor; founder of the Family First Party; elected to the South Australian Legislative Council on 9 February 2002.

Music:
- Elvis Presley - musical entertainer, actor, "King of Rock & Roll"
- Jerry Lee Lewis - American rock and roll pioneer piano player and singer
Gladys Knight - famed R&B singer who sang with the Pips
Pat Boone - singer
Historians:
- Doug Wead - historian famous for secretly taping conversations with Pres. George W. Bush and then releasing tapes, former AG minister
- William Menzies - author of Anointed to Serve: The Story of the Assemblies of God

TV, Cinema
Denzel Washington - actor, movie star
Anthony Quinn - Academy Award-winning actor
- Duane Chapman - bounty hunter; star of the reality TV show "Dog the Bounty Hunter"
Otis Young - pioneering African-American actor
John Ensign - U.S. Senator (Repub.) from Nevada (109th Congress, 2004-)
Jack Hayford - radio/TV preacher; author of Pentecostal books; 5th president of International Church of the Foursquare Gospel
Michael Reagan - son of Pres. Ronald Reagan; conservative talk show radio host, author (member of the Rev. Hayford's Church On The Way in Van Nuys, CA)
Joanna Moore - actress, movie star, mother of Oscar-winning actress Tatum O'Neal
- Sam Kinison - raucous comedian (lapsed; former Pentecostal preacher)
- Toni Braxton - popular 1990s pop, R&B singer (daughter of an Apostolic preacher, but the family converted to Methodist)
- D'Angelo - singer (lapsed; son of an Apostolic preacher)
- Phil Jackson - famed basketball coach of the Chicago Bulls (now a Buddhist)


Plus predicatorii penticostali world wide, care, după cum bine se stie, TOȚI sunt niste artisti.



Mormonii (astia nu-s neoprotestanti)

- Basca Abundentei - pretins filozof, om de știință si vasta cultura, mare artist

Adventisti

- Little Richard - pop singer
- Prince - pop singer (former SDA; now JW)
- Brian McKnight - R&B singer, songwriter (raised SDA)
- Salt - from rap group "Salt N Pepa" (convert to SDA)
- Charmaine - singer for Rebecca St James
- Kirk Franklin - Gospel music musician (lapsed)
- Joyce Bryant - jazz/blues singer famous during 1940s and 1950s
- Hugh Martin - Oscar-nominated and Tony-nominated songwriter; MGM musical Meet Me In St. Louis (1944); Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas; etc.
- Take 6 - Gospel music group comprised of SDAs (Alvin Chea, bass; Cedric Dent, baritone; Joey Kibble, second tenor; Mark Kibble, first tenor; Claude V. McKnight III, first tenor; David Thomas, second tenor)
- Virtue - female Gospel music group comprised of SDAs (Karima Kibble, Ebony Trotter, Heather Trotter and previously Negelle Sumpter: all attende Oakwood College)
- Jerome Fontamillas - guitarist, keyboard player for the popular rock band Switchfoot
- Rickey Smith - singer; finalist on popular TV show American Idol (2nd season)
- Joe Lutcher - band leader in 1940s and '50s; SDA convert; was major force in conversion of Little Richard to Seventh-day Adventism
- Sovory - Allen Sovory is the singer/songwriter of many songs in movies, including The Fan; Jason's Lyric; Blue Crush; The Sixth Man; American Wedding; backup singer for Lenny Kravitz; solo CD released in 1996 (son of SDA minister)
- Ivor Myers - rap singer who, with his groupm, the Boogiemonsters, converted to SDA; now SDA paster and religious TV show host
- Mervyn Warren Jr. - a founding member Take 6; also a solo artist; scored several major motion picure soundtracks; has written/produced music for Bette Midler, Boys II Men, Chicago and other major artists
- Jaci Velasquez - Christian contemporary singer; appeared in the movie Aye Papi
- John Stoddart - successful composer, song writer who has worked with major popular music artist (this is not the similarly-named famous photographer)
Film, Television, Radio:
- Mark Brown - African-American screenwriter, director, and producer known for such films as Barbershop (2002), Two Can Play That Game, and How To Be A Player
- Philip Michael Thomas - actor best for starring as "Rico Tubbs" on the 1980s TV series Miami Vice
- Clifton Davis - actor; star of TV series "That's My Mama" (1984), "Amen" (1986); star of "The Painting" (2001), more; also an ordained SDA pastor
- Darwood Kaye - actor, best known as "Waldo" in Little Rascals film serials and TV series (SDA convert and pastor, using birth name "Ken Smith")
- Chi McBride - actor, Boston Public TV series, etc. (raised SDA)
- Greg Mathis - famous no-nonsense TV judge, star of syndicated TV series "The Judge Greg Mathis Show" (lapsed)
- Terry Benedict - filmmaker; second unit 1st A.D. for "Terminator"; producer/director of "The Conscientious Objector" (about fellow SDA Desmond Doss)
- Paul Johnson - owner of a Christian music publishing company; first husband of TV personality Kathie Lee Gifford
Journalism:
- Joan Lunden - network broadcast journalist (raised SDA)
- Paul Harvey - nationally famous radio broadcaster (convert)
Sports:
- Magic Johnson - professional basketball player
- Archie Moore - heavy weight boxing champion (convert)
Literature:
- Art Buchwald - Pulitzer Prize-winning commentator and author (raised SDA)
- Richard Wright - one of first African-American writers to achieve literary fame (raised SDA)
- Arna Bontemps - important Harlem Renaissance writer, poet
- Rene Noorbergen - author of religious books, books about prophecy, incl.: Secrets of the Lost Races: New Discoveries of Advanced Technology in Ancient Civilizations; Ellen G. White, Prophet of Destiny; Jeane Dixon: My Life and Prophecies; The Ark File; Charisma of the Spirit: In Search of a Supernatural Experience: A Journalist Looks at the Tongues Movement; Nostradamus Predicts the End of the World; The Soul Hustlers; The Death Cry of an Eagle: The Rise and Fall of Christian Values in the United States; A.D. 2000: A Book About the End of Time; Invitation to a Holocaust: Nostradamus Forecasts World War III; Shadow of Terror; Noah's Ark Found: The End of the Search; You Are Psychic: The Incredible Story of David N. Bubar
Art:
- Harry Anderson - American painter, illustrator.
- Rachel Roy - fashion designer; married to hip hop Rocafella Records exec Damon Dash (raised SDA)
Activism:
- Sojourner Truth - abolitionist, black activist
- Paul Rusesabagina - hotel manager who saved hundreds from genocide in Rwanda; portrayed by Don Cheadle in Oscar-nominated role in movie "Hotel Rwanda" (2004)
- Malcolm X - influential African-American leader; led Black Muslim movement and Nation of Islam (raised SDA)
Health and Medicine:
- John Harvey Kellogg - influential doctor who studied health, developed exercise machines, marketed granola; John Kellogg hired his younger brother W.K. Kellogg, who invented breakfast cereal based on John's ideas and founded cereal company (later excommunicated)
- Desmond Doss - medic and conscientious objector who became a war hero; only Congressional Medal of Honor recipient who never used used weapons
- Ben Carson - accomplished neurosurgeon; first to successfully separate Siamese twins joined at head
- Dr. Leonard Bailey - pioneering surgeon
- William S. Sadler - (1875-1969) prominent physician, surgeon, psychiatrist, professor, and author of 42 books; key Urantia figure (former SDA)
- Milton Brown - Assistant Professor in Chemistry and Research Assistant Professor in Neurology, University of Virginia
- Shirley Mason - most famous psychiatric patient in history (multiple-personality disorder); portrayed in 1973 best-selling book Sybil and a 1976 TV movie
Politics:
- Jerry Lyle Pettis - (1916-1975) U.S. Representative from California, 1967-1975 (33rd District 1967-1975, 37th District 1975)
- Roscoe Gardner Bartlett - (1926- ) U.S. Representative from Maryland 6th District, 1993-.
- Robert Lee 'Bob' Stump - (1927- ) U.S. Representative from Arizona 3rd District, 1977-.
- Sheila Jackson Lee - controversial U.S. Representative from Houston's 18th District (Texas), Democrat (1995-)
- John Street - mayor of Philadelphia
- Don Chairez - district judge; unsuccessful Republican candidate for U.S. Representatve from Nevada in 1998

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Deci pastore, esti coleg de religie cu drogatii betivani curvari Elvis Presley si
Jerry Lee Lewis? Bravo tie, ce sa zic!

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Multam, frate Jakob!
Mi-a placut aia cu "predicatorii penticostali sunt toti niste artisti". :lol:

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View PostSfantul Jakob, on 26 februarie 2015 - 10:34, said:

Mormonii (astia nu-s neoprotestanti)

- Basca Abundentei - pretins filozof, om de știință si vasta cultura, mare artist

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Lista lui Jakob e , intr-adevar, surprinzator de edificatoare. Cam asa arata neoprotestantismul...
Alte nume?

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View Postbascaabundentei, on 26 februarie 2015 - 18:59, said:

Lista lui Jakob e , intr-adevar, surprinzator de edificatoare. Cam asa arata neoprotestantismul...
Alte nume?
Intr-adevar, lista e foarte edificatoare !
Se observa usor ipocrizia neoprotestantilor !
Spre exemplu, Salt n Pepa, credincioasa adventista, pentru a scoate bani, nu are pic de jena sa scoata pe piata cantece dracesti, precum acesta:
[ https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/ydrtF45-y-g?feature=oembed - Pentru incarcare in pagina (embed) Click aici ]

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View Postrobinudabout, on 27 februarie 2015 - 18:46, said:

Spre exemplu, Salt n Pepa, credincioasa adventista, pentru a scoate bani, nu are pic de jena sa scoata pe piata cantece dracesti, precum acesta:
e ca si cum s-ar inchina la icoanele ortodoxe, nici o diferenta!Posted Image

uite ce a facut surioara asta ortodoxa:
"Mirela Dumitru si-a facut de mai multe ori cruce inainte sa ajunga in fata instantei. I-a adus judecatoarei o recomandare de la duhovnicul unei parohii, unde face voluntariat. Insotita de o prietena, dar si de avocat, Mirela Dumitru a fost singura care nu a incercat sa se ascunda de camerele de filmat.

http://www.kanald.ro...arei_49580.html

Edited by Dude_2nd, 27 February 2015 - 19:27.


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Ce ti-e si cu neoprotestantii astia, numai droguri, sex, si rock'n'roll au in cap!
Uitati-va numai la pustii din state !

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View PostSfantul Jakob, on 26 februarie 2015 - 10:17, said:

Uite acia bah basca:
Sfinte,
ceva Martori ai pe lista aia a ta?

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View PostDude_2nd, on 10 martie 2015 - 19:29, said:

Sfinte,
ceva Martori ai pe lista aia a ta?

Tu nu stii ca neoprotestantii sunt invidiosi si nu-i suporta pe martorii lui iehova? ce liste deci vrei sa aiba?Posted Image

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View PostDude_2nd, on 10 martie 2015 - 19:29, said:

Sfinte,
ceva Martori ai pe lista aia a ta?

Oameni de cultura iehovisti nu exista, ca daca erau ...nu se duceau la iehova, clar !

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View Postrobinudabout, on 11 martie 2015 - 20:13, said:


Oameni de cultura iehovisti nu exista, ca daca erau ...nu se duceau la iehova, clar !
Sigur ca exista!
Ti-am dat doar cateva exemple, ale sfintilor parinti cofondatori.

Credeam ca Sfantul stie mai multe...

View Postdark, on 10 martie 2015 - 20:25, said:


Tu nu stii ca neoprotestantii sunt invidiosi si nu-i suporta pe martorii lui iehova?
aici ai dreptate!

tu esti pistol cu apa pe langa neoprotestanti...

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View PostDude_2nd, on 12 martie 2015 - 08:42, said:

Sigur ca exista!
Ti-am dat doar cateva exemple, ale sfintilor parinti cofondatori.

Credeam ca Sfantul stie mai multe...


Sfantul Duh, da, stie mai multe.

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