An Australian transhumanist who implanted himself with a microchip from a transit card lost a case several months ago for using the chip in his hand to pay for his train fare instead of doing it the regular way by swiping the card. At that time the conviction landed him a $220 fine. The biohacker,… Continue reading Australian microchipped man wins court case on appeal
Liberals are once again stirring up outrage against the Trump administration over how illegal aliens are treated. The sad part is when the liberals start tossing adjectives around such as "heartless" and "without compassion" toward conservatives obeying the law, some conservatives (fake or otherwise) are so quick to cave to the liberals' arguments. They are… Continue reading Why are illegal alien families separated by border officials?
Recent news concerning the world's contradictory views on suicide is why I'm so relieved my identity and my being are grounded in the Lord Jesus Christ. Given how unreliable and wishy-washy the mindset of people of the world can be, it's refreshing to be encouraged by loving reminders like Paul shared in 1 Corinthians 7:23,… Continue reading The world stirs up confusion over suicide
This past Friday, June 8, a helicopter rescue team in northern New Zealand was sent out after they received a distress signal from a beacon in the hilly forests of the Urewera Ranges. They ended up rescuing a man who was an experienced outdoorsman. He had been hiking and camping for several weeks on his own… Continue reading Experienced enough to call for help
Ken Ham, Georgia Purdom, and Bodie Hodge discuss various recent news articles in this 34-minute video. Among the topics are their new VBS curriculum that shows Biblically how all humans are one race with different shades, evolutionists who change the timeline of lizards again based on an older lizard fossil that shows lizards have not… Continue reading Answers News for June 7, 2018
Early Sunday morning June 3, Lighthouse Tabernacle in Crothersville, Indiana, went up in flames. The fire is still under investigation as to what caused it. Forty-five firefighters from six towns were called to battle the blaze for several hours with the flames as high as 10 to 12 feet, according to firefighters. After they finally… Continue reading Indiana church burns, but all its Bibles undamaged
A few nights ago in Des Moines, Iowa, Toyusi Johnson by all indications decided to get behind the wheel of his vehicle while drinking. In one sense, it didn't end well. In another sense, he was very fortunate even though he didn't deserve it. While driving at a high rate of speed, Johnson smashed into… Continue reading Don’t push it, or, how much do you think you can get away with?
When God has willed that he will perform a wonderful work through us, there are times he plans to perform that great work according to the experiences, resources, and skills he has allowed to build up in our lives. One example of this is when David had the faith to slay Goliath. Jehovah built up… Continue reading Knowing when to subtract oneself from God’s equation
South Australia's highest ranking Catholic official was convicted by a judge May 22, 2018 for covering up sexual abuse of altar boys in the 1970s. Magistrate Robert Stone of the Newcastle Local Court handed down the guilty verdict of Philip Wilson. The judge found the testimony of a former altar boy who had been abused… Continue reading Guilty as charged: Australian archbishop convicted of sex abuse cover-up
Little Nathan should have died, based on the laws of physics, given his weight as a three-year-old falling 150 ft. into a pool of water only 2 ft. deep. Fortunately and miraculously, he came out with just a minor scratch on his face. That's not the only miraculous thing that happened in the incident. His… Continue reading Toddler boy survives 150-ft plunge off waterfall in the UK