An official report submitted to Richard Thomas, the Information Commissioner of Great Britain, has concluded that the reality of having British citizens who are microchipped like animals could very well happen by the next decade. The report on the spread of surveillance technology was edited by Dr. David Murakami Wood from the journal Surveillance and… Continue reading British citizens could be microchipped in a few years
Joyce Meyer and her employees have been dropped as defendants in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Sheri Coleman’s family. The attorneys for Sheri Coleman’s family, who was the housewife murdered by her husband along with her two sons, filed the motion after a judge ruled that Joyce Meyer Ministries did not have to submit… Continue reading Joyce Meyer Ministries may be dropped from suit
18Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints; [Ephesians 6] Prayer is one of the most intimate practices a believer can participate in with our knowable, personal, loving, Almighty God. It is a time where we can tell God what’s on our… Continue reading what does it mean to pray in the Spirit?
U.S. District Court Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly of the District of Columbia has thrown out a request made by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) to re-file a lawsuit against a father and son team that exposed their terrorist ties. Lawyers for the defendants claim CAIR re-filed the same exact lawsuit they previously filed with the… Continue reading American Islamic organization’s legal maneuver fails
In a victory for Joyce Meyer and the employees of her ministry, including her husband Danny, Monroe County Circuit Judge Dennis Doyle ruled on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2010, that the evangelist and her employees cannot be compelled to give any information in a deposition for a wrongful death lawsuit filed by attorneys for Sheri Coleman’s… Continue reading Judge rules against deposition for Joyce Meyer in wrongful death suit
In the first part of this two-part post I covered the first three types of evidence we have that helps us determine whether or not the New Testament (NT) is telling us the truth. They were 1) Early Testimony, 2) Eyewitness Testimony, and 3) Embarassing Testimony. In part two I will cover the final three… Continue reading Is the New Testament truthful?–pt. 2
In my previous post, “Can we really know the truth?”, I discussed the fact that it is popular in society today to think that truth is relative regarding religion or moral standards and that no one can know for sure what religion or moral standards are the truth. I then showed how such popular thinking… Continue reading Is the New Testament truthful?–pt. 1