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Superstorm Sandy, God’s judgment on America?

Much ado has been made about Christian preacher John McTernan’s comments that Hurricane/Superstorm Sandy is God’s judgment on the gay agenda in America and the anti-Israel policies that America seems to be embracing in our recent history, especially under President Obama. Is McTernan correct or is he just another religious fanatic blowhard? The harshest critics… Continue reading Superstorm Sandy, God’s judgment on America?

economics · End times · government · philosophy · politics

Strategic socialism: true purpose of the welfare state

Although there are many individuals in places of power within the U.S. who claim that the record levels of people on the welfare rolls in America is due to the slow economy that is all Bush’s fault, the truth is that the swelling welfare state is a well-conceived plan that has been in the works… Continue reading Strategic socialism: true purpose of the welfare state

Christianity · encouragement · End times · life · persecution · religion

Bullied, badgered, blacklisted: Western Christians’ new normal?

Christians in the Western Hemisphere have enjoyed a few centuries of relative ease compared to our brothers and sisters in other parts of the world, although there have been periodic spikes in persecution at times. We have enjoyed the quietness of living our lives in peace as Christians and have gotten to the point of… Continue reading Bullied, badgered, blacklisted: Western Christians’ new normal?

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Are Christians commanded to always submit to authorities?

For several decades now there has been a teaching within certain evangelical circles that any type of resistance to government authority is anti-biblical and is not Christ-like conduct. Some have even gone so far as to say that the American Revolution that gave birth to the United States was in direct violation of what God… Continue reading Are Christians commanded to always submit to authorities?

atheism · Christianity · End times · human rights · hypocrisy · philosophy · politics · religion

I wouldn’t be caught dead as a progressive/liberal

And Bill Maher is the perfect example why. He recently stated emphatically to astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson that he is pro-death. Maher, the TV talk show host on HBO, implied that humans aren’t really all that special since dogs can even procreate like we do. Maher feels that killing people should become the order of… Continue reading I wouldn’t be caught dead as a progressive/liberal

Christianity · End times · faith · freemasonry · government · Mormons · politics · religion

Choosing US President may be a choice between 2 Freemasons

A White House photo circulating around the Internet for a while reveals what I’ve suspected but just recently found out. President Obama, like many US Presidents before him, is a Freemason. The photo shows him with various good luck talismans he often carries around with him. Among them is a Hindu god and a Freemason… Continue reading Choosing US President may be a choice between 2 Freemasons

children · Christianity · education · encouragement · faith · government · law · religion · U.S. Constitution

After school Bible club’s constitutional rights respected

Child Evangelism Fellowship of Minnesota had been holding an afterschool program for students at Minneapolis’ Jenny Lind Elementary School from 2000 to 2009 without incident. The program, called the “good news club,” ministered to kids ages 5 to 12 who attended with parental permission. Adults in charge of the program had an array of activities for… Continue reading After school Bible club’s constitutional rights respected