Posted by: Dennis Marcellino | September 18, 2017

Why Secular Humanism is wrong in the clash of religions

First, here are the two basic things that define a religion. A religion defines morality and gives an explanation of existence.

The current state of Secular Humanism (which Webster’s Dictionary defines as a religion) defines morality as “political correctness” (e.g. abortion, gay marriage, pornography and human influenced climate change) and defines existence via evolution and the science fiction myths of the ages of the Universe and Earth.

Christianity on the other hand defines morality as Biblical holiness and defines existence as the Bible explains it, with God, no macro evolution, and a young Universe and Earth.
So then, which one of them is correct, or is neither of them correct? And what about the various other religious explanations on Earth? Are they fully correct or partially correct or not correct at all?

Well it needs to be acknowledged that Plato’s Law of Non-Contradiction points out that there can be ONLY ONE truth. That is, something can’t be true and not true at the same time. Either there is a God or there isn’t. Either there is an optimum morality or there isn’t. Either there is a young Universe and Earth or they’ve existed for billions and millions of years respectively.

Is there any proof as to what the “only one truth” is in these focuses? Dennis Marcellino utilizes science, logic, experience and statistics to give this proof in his book, THE PROOF that God exists and the Bible is True.

Within the “only one truth” it needs to be acknowledged that any explanation of a perfect morality would need to be in harmony with the actual, observable optimum functioning of the human being. Murdering babies isn’t. Homosexuality isn’t. Pornography isn’t. And human caused climate change is invalidated by the fact that climate swings are observed on Mars where there are no humans, and have also happened on Earth in the past, when the technology being blamed for climate change didn’t exist.

Actually, the main point amidst the disagreements on climate change is: it can be seen as immoral that there is such a large focus on the nebulous climate change here on Earth, which has little impact (as wild predictions continually go unfulfilled), while the very immoral baby killing, high divorce rate, high addiction rate, high STD rate, ISIS murders and pornography go virtually uncontested and yet have a HUGE impact (as verified by the decline in social statistics and the worsening experiences in the mainstream entertainment industries). And the psychological problems of homosexuality and transgenderism go unaddressed as such (even though homosexuality used to be listed as the #1 Sexual Deviation and Psychosexual Disorder by the APA – American Psychiatric Association – prior to 1973. [There are many references stated about this in The Plague Of Liberalism, pp. 108-113, as well as the story of intimidation and deceit, not science, as to why it was removed as being pathological.]).

Also, the Secular Humanist “dating game” of the Universe and Earth is invalidated scientifically in Dennis’s book. In fact, in his DVD and book titled, How a LITERAL Reading of Genesis 1 is Proven by Modern Science and Hebrew Scholars, he shows how modern secular science discoveries (including Nobel Prize winners in Physics) are validating the Bible’s explanation of a young Universe and young Earth. The book and DVD can be seen at

A conclusion here is that the defined religion of Secular Humanism is in violation of the “establishment clause” of the 1st Amendment in that it dominates the religious landscape and legally suppresses other religions (e.g. in public schools, insurance and government. This last one is a new trend as evidenced by what’s written on our currency – “In God We Trust”.).

Dennis’s purpose is to show that the culture is very out of harmony with nature in many ways and many people are suffering as a result … whereas the Bible is provably the perfect standard for truth and solving the problems in the culture and individual lives. He is available for interview. His media kit can be seen at


At the Celebrate Freedom Concert at the Kennedy Center for the 4th of July yesterday, Pastor Dr. Robert Jeffress gave such a moving introduction to President Trump’s speech that I wanted to pass it on here for those who might have missed it. Here it is (delivered passionately).

Psalm 33:12 says, “Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD.” Our nation was founded on a love for God and a reverence for His word. But in recent years, there have been those who’ve tried to separate our nation from its spiritual foundation.

And that reality has caused many Christians to despair and wonder, is God through with America? Are our best days over? Has God removed His hand of blessing from us?

But in the midst of that despair came November 8, 2016! (Huge cheers) God recognized that Donald Trump had the skills to reverse the downward death spiral our country has been in. (President Trump) has restored the greatest freedom of all – the free exercise of our faith.

Millions of Americans believe that the election of President Trump represents God giving us another chance … perhaps our last chance to truly make America great again.

And how grateful we are. We thank God every day for giving us a leader like President Trump.

(My sentiments exactly )

“Our lives begin to end
the day we become silent
about the things that matter most.”
Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King

Posted by: Dennis Marcellino | May 10, 2017

Why Comey Did What He Did On July 5th

Here’s what I think happened. Comey the other day went out of his way during the congressional hearing to make the point as to how much he likes Loretta Lynch. But he also had to spell out the truth of the FBI findings of the wrongdoings of Hillary because many of the rest of the FBI knew about them. So on July 5th he combined the two things that I’ve said here by spelling out the points of the felony case against her, but then taking the bullet by saying that that case would not be carried out and that no prosecutor would have taken that case (but many came out afterwards saying that they would have).

Many were shocked at why he would do that. Here’s why I think that he did. It would not go over well if Loretta Lynch (who, unlike Comey, did have the power to prosecute Clinton) said she wouldn’t prosecute. This is especially so because of the recent meeting at the airport that she had with Bill Clinton. It would have looked like ‘not prosecuting Hillary’ was the result of that meeting had she declined to prosecute. So she said that she would do whatever Comey concluded.

That took the responsibility off of her and didn’t cause people to question her motives but rather put it on Comey.

This is like a Columbo episode with a Come(d)y of errors J

To understand the liberal mindset and the psychological and emotional ill that is behind it, go to

Posted by: Dennis Marcellino | October 19, 2016

The intense evil behind liberalism

Saul Alinsky’s book “Rules for Radicals” lists Lucifer under the acknowledgement page. (see below)

“Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology, and history (and who is to know where mythology leaves off and history begins — or which is which), the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom — Lucifer.”

And he is not Hillary Clinton’s only mentor. She has high praise for Margaret Sangor also … the women who started Planned Parenthood for the purpose of promoting abortion aimed at the extermination of blacks and other “undesirables”. And she got that from Charles Darwin, whose book about evolution The Origin of Species (subtitled) by Means of Natural Selection or the Preservation of Favored Races in the Struggle for Life. In short, Darwin thought some races of humans were evolutionarily superior to others, and this idea led Hitler to justify his attempt to eliminate those he deemed to be inferior.

Posted by: Dennis Marcellino | October 13, 2016

Why some people don’t like (and even hate) Donald Trump

(My current article at

It seems strange to me that some people reject Trump and are for Hillary. It leaves me to ask, “Why?” Well here’s the answer.

The reason why it’s puzzling is because Donald Trump is a man who has solutions and plans for the problems that our country faces and the passion to carry them out. Seeing his 90 minute speech in Ocala, Florida yesterday in 100+ degrees of heat amazed me as to the energy this 70 year old man has and the passion of his convictions. And that was just one of his speeches that day. And his solutions and critiques are good and accurate. What some interpret as anger, I see as a disgust with the corrupt, ineffective system that runs the country. And my disgust runs even deeper than his (from the Christian perspective).

Whereas, Hillary just looks like she’s gaming the system for personal, selfish reasons and will lie and say anything to get what she wants. Power and money are the fixed, and everything else is variable.

So the puzzle is: why do people choose Hillary and not Trump? I mean, the democrats desperately fish for transgressions from decades ago (and even falsely accuse him) instead of looking at his current policies and plans. And the evil media is fixed on these transgressions and don’t put a spotlight on the good … including his many speeches with wildly passionate huge crowds. And those transgressions have nothing to do with his ability to effectively run the country. Yet still, he apologizes for them.

So then it makes me wonder, what motivates people to support current evil (Hillary) and have vitriol against current good plans (Trump)? It doesn’t seem to make sense. Yet, religious people accept Trump, flaws and all … because he’s a man who stands for the things that religious people stand for in government (anti-baby butchering, anti-gay marriage, pro-God in the mainstream, etc.).

The answer is: they don’t always profess to be against God (although atheism is growing in popularity), they are just against His holy ways. I’ve surveyed people to come to this understanding. I asked them why do they reject God’s holy ways? The bottom line answer is always the same. “We don’t want to be told what to do.” They want to get along with the mainstream culture and all of the evil and dysfunction that is within it and its entertainment that is against God’s ways (as described in the Bible). They want to be “cool” and not perceived as “uptight.” And they want the freedom to sin.

The sad (and frustrating) thing here is that they don’t realize that by doing so, they are sabotaging their own peace and happiness. Following “the world” and its ways has led to many broken hearts, addictions, disharmony with others, divorces, and even suicide. Whereas, following God’s ways leads Him to reward us in our heart with the most valuable gifts in this life – peace, love, reverence and harmony with Him and others. By giving up our freedom to sin, we gain these most valuable gifts. That’s the paradox that they don’t see. And it is obvious that they aren’t happy, given their angry protests and name-calling and destruction of property (including their own bodies with drugs).

So really, people who are anti-Trump (who could do the things that would lead the country in a positive direction) are really anti-God and His ways. And seeing that is why Trump and his followers and religious people are so passionate. I hope that this country doesn’t miss this opportunity to move in a positive direction. When Trump calls Hillary “the devil” it’s not just name-calling, it’s an accurate description of who and what she represents (satan is the “father of lies” the Bible says). Electing her would be a tragedy.

Dennis Marcellino proves that all of this is true and describes in detail how things got this way over the last 50 years in his book The Plague Of Liberalism ( His Facebook page for this is

Posted by: Dennis Marcellino | September 30, 2016

Why to vote for Trump

• Most people are not seeing the real drama, which is the essence of this life. They are “blind” to THE truth and even resist it.
• They have God and goodness inside, but they’ve shut it out because they want to get along with the world and enjoy life and avoid conflict.
• So they dull the deepest part of themselves and their ability to acknowledge or even see THE truth, using various addictions and self-suppression and just go along, though the deepest part of them yells “No”, which they use addictive focuses to silence. (See
• But when a movement or good leader comes along, it AWAKENS in them the part that they REALLY value. And they don’t have to feel like they’re at odds with the world anymore because they’re supported by the movement.
• Trump, though not perfect, is moving in the good direction. He’s caring, sacrificing (financially and through tireless speaking), and creative in fixing the problems of our nation and its individuals in a ‘roll up his sleeves’ kind of way, coordinating with the best good minds in our country. And he has a great marriage (not one argument in 17 years) and a great family. That’s why the black community is responding to him in a way they’ve never responded to a Republican.
• Whereas, Hillary represents evil, because she is self-serving and sin-tolerant and will lie and deceive with her trained-lawyer style, and destroys any paper trails that will expose her as just that. For those reasons I don’t understand why anyone is supporting her at all. I just have to assume that they are uneducated as to her evils and Trump’s good qualities, or they are SO dulled to goodness and truth that they can override them and just play a blind-emotion driven (for a number of personal reasons not tied to the true realities of this election) “choose sides” game.

Posted by: Dennis Marcellino | September 30, 2016

Regarding Trump

Regarding Trump, here’s the bottom line. Millions of Americans (myself included) see Donald Trump as a hero, for sacrificing his great life to try to help us get rid of a dysfunctional government currently headed by a very misguided president and political correctness and trying to be now headed by the evil, corrupt, selfish Clintons. (And Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said to judge people by the content of their character. And these are bad characters.)

And this is a very critical election because of the Supreme Court justices, who illegally legislate from bench, that will have a negative effect for decades to come if the democrats win this election.

There was another hero who once stood up to an evil, corrupt ruling class … and his name was Jesus.

Posted by: Dennis Marcellino | September 30, 2016

Donald Trump’s Anger (a positive view)

Donald Trump’s anger seems to be an issue with some, citing him as a “bully” and questioning his “temperament.” But that anger is exactly why many (including myself) like him. He’s expressing an anger that many feel about the corrupt, ineffective and blind government. So then why did God invent anger? Although it can be abused for selfish reasons, here is the good side of anger. Here is my definition. ANGER IS TO CORRECT INJUSTICES WHEN THE PERPETRATORS WON’T CORRECT THEMSELVES.

God is angry many times for that reason, and even to the point of destroying the entire human race except for Noah and his family. Even Jesus got angry. For example when he got angry at the temple. John 2:15, “He had made a whip of cords, He drove them all out of the temple, with the sheep and the oxen, and poured out the changers’ money and overturned the tables.” He also was very cutting in his descriptions of the corrupt religious leaders of the time. Matthew 12:34, “You brood of vipers, how can you who are evil say anything good. For out of the overflow of the heart, the mouth speaks.” And in Mark 3:5, “Jesus looked around at them with anger and sorrow at their hardness of heart.” Matthew 23:27-28, “Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You are like whitewashed tombs, which look beautiful on the outside but on the inside are full of the bones of the dead and everything unclean. In the same way, on the outside you appear to people as righteous but on the inside you are full of hypocrisy and wickedness.”

So therefore we should appreciate the anger of Donald Trump instead of him being a wimpy, ineffective candidate of the past. Don’t misinterpret passion for anger. There is justifiable anger which, though unpleasant, is needed to get things done.

“Be angry, yet do not sin.” Ephesians 4:26

Posted by: Dennis Marcellino | July 16, 2016


I don’t know if you saw the Trump and Pence speeches this morning, but I’m very impressed. They were very specific about their great plans to “Make America Great Again”. I can see why Trump chose Pence over Newt. He has a great executive history of accomplishments as well as a fighter in congress. If these guys win, I can see a patriotic feeling emerging again in America, as they set a new tone of accomplishment. I like what they stand for and their desire to achieve those things and their proven record to do so, both on the business and political fronts, as opposed to Obama and Hillary, who have been failures in every way. Now the job is that the messages that they said today have to be delivered over and over through ads, interviews and debates. If they do that, I won’t be surprised if Hillary doesn’t even win one state.


“Our lives begin to end
the day we become silent
about the things that matter most.”
Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King

Posted by: Dennis Marcellino | June 7, 2016

Getting our country back

Donald Trump’s slogan has been, “Make America Great Again.” That’s a good slogan. But here’s one that I’d also like to see, “Get Our Country Back.”

Here’s what I mean about “getting our country back” … before all the liberalism and political correctness infected it.

I feel very fortunate to have grown up in the ’50s and early ’60s, when these were the general norms:

(1) Romance was sweet and popular

(2) The true nature of a woman was respected

(3) Families were strong and intact

(4) God was publicly revered

(5) People were patriotic and loved their country

(6) People were civil and polite and respectful

(7) People were good workers and contributors

There is so much evil and dysfunction that liberals have caused to become a regular part of the culture that people seem to be blinded to it and have caved to an acceptance of it. But comparing it to the ’50s … well, there’s no comparison.

Proof of what I’m saying can be found by comparing the social statistics from the ’50s and now. Also, compare the music, movies and television shows, where they were also held to good moral standards by the Hays Code (which was taken over by the letter rating code in 1969).

All of those good things that I just listed made us feel a lot of love. Yes, there were things that needed to be improved. But unfortunately, the baby got thrown out with the bath water. Hopefully with the election this year, we can get some of those things back. And complaints about Trump and his few imperfections don’t matter in the more important overall mission to get liberals out of the government to the point that they have no control or influence anymore.

Like I said in my book The Plague Of Liberalism (, liberals know that there is something wrong, they just don’t know what it is. And in the process of trying to ground that feeling, they have severely made things worse. To see what I mean, go to the video on my web page where I spell out what truly is wrong.

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