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When we prosper, it’s good to know our limitations

Success in life is an excellent goal to have. Nothing can be better in the midst of prospering than having the assurance that God is the one partnering with us to bring about success. It helps remind us we are still human with human limitations that can trip us up at any moment and also… Continue reading When we prosper, it’s good to know our limitations

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Answers News April 23, 2018

As usual, staff members from Answers in Genesis cover interesting topics. Monday they talked about a gay rights lawyer/environmental activist burning himself to death to protest climate change, Australia's birth certificate gender choices, attempts to turn evangelicals into socialist activists, Asian DNA in indigenous Mexicans, and more. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLmvfeG2rKM

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Reporter’s FOIA request nets government mind control documents

A reporter from MuckRock.com recently submitted a Freedom of Information request to the government and ended up getting more than they bargained for. They were interested in tracking what the government was doing about Antifa and white supremacist groups like Neo-Nazis. The government fulfilled that request, but also gave them a treasure trove of information… Continue reading Reporter’s FOIA request nets government mind control documents

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Remaining obedient to the heavenly vision

All of us saints have a story to tell that is tied to a vision the Lord gives us. For some of us that vision may have come about by the Lord working through normal, natural channels or circumstances, such as when someone hits rock bottom based on bad choices in life and cries out… Continue reading Remaining obedient to the heavenly vision

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Anointed to be God’s sacred place

Both as individuals and as a group, we saints of God are God's temple--his sacred place. That's something we should remind ourselves of regularly and should be so proud of that we boast in the Lord about to others when the opportunity presents itself. Paul reminded the Corinthians of just how important we are as… Continue reading Anointed to be God’s sacred place

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Access to your DNA profile from home kits may not be private

Many people have used the popular DNA home kits and shipped their DNA off to companies like 23andme.com and ancestry.com to find out what ethnic groups or nations are in their bloodline. In recent years, however, some concerns have been raised about whether or not your DNA is kept private and, if not, who has… Continue reading Access to your DNA profile from home kits may not be private

apostasy · Christianity · heresy · idolatry · religion

London pastor despises notion only Christians allowed in heaven

Steve Chalke, a man who calls himself a Christian pastor at a church called Oasis in London, has released a series of videos espousing one world religion and universalism. He makes arguments that set up Christian teachings as straw men so he can tear them down. In his haste to tear down true Christian doctrines,… Continue reading London pastor despises notion only Christians allowed in heaven

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Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony takes the Internet by storm & with memes

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's CEO, isn't exactly known for being warm. As a matter of fact, many have criticized the way he comes across as machine-like. So when he testified before Congress today, many took to social media to post memes to make light of how stiff he is and sometimes unforthcoming with his answers. This… Continue reading Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony takes the Internet by storm & with memes

Christianity

Francis Chan: “God might kill you if you criticize church leaders”.

Beware of this cult-like mentality if you see it in a church or religious group.

Steve Kozar from the “Messed Up Church’ blog over at Pirate Christian Radio alerts readers to a recent sermon from Francis Chan, former pastor of Cornerstone church in Ventura County, California and best-selling author of the books Crazy Love, Forgotten God, and You and Me Forever.


Steve writes:

There’s a recent video sermon from Francis Chan which has eerie similarities to a cult leader indoctrinating his followers. His basic argument is this:

  • God told the Israelites not to speak or act against God’s temple in the Old Testament, upon penalty of death.
  • In the New Testament, people are now the temple of God.
  • Therefore, we must never speak or act against God’s temple-His people.
  • Rick Warren, Mike Bickle, and Mark Driscoll are men of God who should never be criticized, because Francis Chan knows them personally, and they have good hearts.
  • If you speak out against these “people of God,”…

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How should Christians handle UFO & alien accounts?

Researchers from Creation Ministries International give some history on UFO sightings, the philosophy behind the belief in extraterrestrials, whether or not such things have a scientific basis, and principles the Bible gives us on how to respond to those beliefs and encounters. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUeGo5IVzlk