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Obama’s push for religious “tolerance” on campuses

This past April, President Barack Obama announced a new initiative targeting U.S. college campuses called "Interfaith and Community Service Challenge."  Since the announcement he has wasted no time getting it off the ground through the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships.  One of the stars of the initiative is Chicagoan Eboo Patel, 35, of… Continue reading Obama’s push for religious “tolerance” on campuses

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Christianity · Hinduism · human rights · persecution · religion

Indian officials ask evangelicals to leave India

The Times of India newspaper reported this week that three American Christian women--Shelly Louise Deeds, a nurse from Pennsylvania, Katelyn Heather Deeds,also from Pennsylvania, and Diane Geen Harrington,  a Wisconsin teacher--were approached by Indian authorities and were asked to leave the country.  Several Hindu organizations went to the police accusing the women of trying to convert… Continue reading Indian officials ask evangelicals to leave India

Bible · Christianity · God · life · religion

Doctor testifies that he rose from the dead

At a Christian conference for medical professionals in Brisbane, Australia that took place June 11-12, Dr. Sean George gave his testimony about a miracle from God that he experienced three years ago.  He was driving along on the south coast of Australia in his car with an intern on October 24, 2008 when he began… Continue reading Doctor testifies that he rose from the dead

Christianity · End times · government · politics · religion

Bilderberg 2011 convenes

The Bilderberg Group started its 2011 meeting today at St. Moritz in Switzerland as openly published at CNBC.com, with its positive spin on it of course.  It seems the New World Order organization is no longer hiding the fact it's meeting.  Newt Gingrich is conveniently on a cruise in Europe.  It would be rude of him not… Continue reading Bilderberg 2011 convenes

Christianity · encouragement · God · persecution · religion

Parable of the unjust judge (shall not God avenge his own?)

Those of us who follow Christian news can see how there is a steady rise in the persecution of Christians all over the world. It has become clear that Satan has "great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time," [Revelation 12:12]. The number of incidences of persecution can become overwhelming and… Continue reading Parable of the unjust judge (shall not God avenge his own?)

Christianity · drugs · religion · science · witchcraft

PET scans prove weed degrades brain chemistry

A new study released today by the National Institute of Mental Health has shown clear, inarguable proof that habitual marijuana use alters brain chemistry for the worse.  The findings were released at the Society of Nuclear Medicines 58th Annual Meeting  today.  For this study, 30 marijuana users were studied in a closed environment four weeks during which they… Continue reading PET scans prove weed degrades brain chemistry

Christianity · economics · End times · politics

As socialism increases globally, so will the power of the yuan

Since the U.S. economy and the economies of Europe continue to show a lack of vibrant recovery, as orchestrated by New World Order (NWO) organizations, the Chinese are increasing their efforts to make their yuan, or renminbi, a global currency to be reckoned with.  A financial adviser to the People's Bank of China reported this past… Continue reading As socialism increases globally, so will the power of the yuan

Christianity · End times · government · politics · religion · U.S. Constitution

Dislike Obamacare? Cut your earnings

When acting Solicitor General Neal Kumar Katyal testified in Cincinnati this week at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, he showed no shame in revealing the type of socialist mentality that the Obama administration has in defending Obamacare.  The appeals court panel is made up of three judges--two appointed by Republican administrations… Continue reading Dislike Obamacare? Cut your earnings

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Rooted, built up, and established in the faith

The Information Age we live in has sparked in many of us a desire to increase in knowledge to enhance our lives.  Whenever useful information is around to strengthen us in our walk with Christ, there is always harmful information thrown in our path to get us off track.  It is a constant struggle to discern the good… Continue reading Rooted, built up, and established in the faith