Antichrist · Bible · Christianity · End times · religion

10 Roman kingdoms, pattern for one world government

As the pieces of the new world order (NWO) fall slowly but steadily into place, it will become clear that its pattern is according to how the Roman Empire looked when it was divided into 10 kingdoms after its fall, or more accurately, its reorganization.  In my post, Origins & appearance of the Beast, I… Continue reading 10 Roman kingdoms, pattern for one world government

Bible · Christianity · evolution · religion · science

New fossil shows snakes & lizards didn’t share ancestor

A recently discovered fossil of a lizard in Germany has debunked another macro-evolutionist theory that lizards and snakes evolved from the same ancestor. The fossil, according to the scientists, is the oldest known fossil of a lizard and shows indisputable anatomical evidence that snakes and limbless lizards could not have evolved from the same animal.… Continue reading New fossil shows snakes & lizards didn’t share ancestor

Christianity · education · End times · humanity · politics · religion

The dumbing down of America

On May 4, 2011, the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) released the results of its 2010 Civics Report.  According to the NAEP's news release, the Civics assessment "measures the knowledge and skills critical to the responsibilities of citizenship in America’s constitutional democracy."  The results from this assessment turned out to be disappointing. The NAEP… Continue reading The dumbing down of America

abortion · Christianity · human rights · law · religion

Court ruling favors Indiana cuts to Planned Parenthood

U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt has ruled against Planned Parenthood's motion for a temporary restraining order to delay Indiana's cuts to their public funding. The motion was an attempt by the abortion organization to continue getting public funds for its services. Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels signed into law this week a measure that places… Continue reading Court ruling favors Indiana cuts to Planned Parenthood

abortion · Christianity · family · human rights · politics · religion

UN wants population control

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) recently stated that it projects Earth will have 7 billion people by October 21, 2011 and 9.3 billion people by 2050. While highlighting the fact that "people are living longer, healthier lives and choosing to have smaller families," the official statement from the UNFPA goes on to mention that… Continue reading UN wants population control

Christianity · government · politics · religion

Let the (mind) games begin

A few weeks ago, I complained to a co-worker about the fact there were no strong candidates taking the forefront to face off against President Obama in the upcoming presidential elections.  I also expressed the hope that there wouldn't be some huge event that would occur to make Obama look like a hero to the point… Continue reading Let the (mind) games begin

government · politics

Obama gets Osama!

I join every American in thanking President Obama, U.S. intelligence agencies, and the U.S. military forces who finally took out Osama bin Laden.  "When it goeth well with the righteous, the city rejoiceth: and when the wicked perish, there is [joyful] shouting," [Proverbs 11:10].  Thank God that he has turned our mourning into dancing!