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Quotes on why I should see the “Noah” movie that made me NOT want to see it

The Internet is all abuzz about an article that appeared at TheBlaze.com today on the upcoming Noah movie starring Russell Crowe. The article featured critiques on the film from Jerry Johnson, CEO of the National Religious Broadcasters, Phil Cooke, a media consultant, and John Snowden, Biblical consultant for the movie. These men seemed to be… Continue reading Quotes on why I should see the “Noah” movie that made me NOT want to see it

Christianity · covetousness · economics · End times · government · greed · law · politics

A rising tide lifts all boats (unless a boat is sabotaged)

I’ve admitted several times before that I’m a big fan of capitalism when it’s carried out based on righteous principles. Principles such as placing the dignity of human life above material wealth or rewarding those with good ethics who work hard or honoring one’s promises to produce good products. As in all things that have… Continue reading A rising tide lifts all boats (unless a boat is sabotaged)

apostasy · Bible · Christianity · church · clergy · covetousness · End times · faith · God · greed · heresy · hypocrisy · Nicolaitans · religion · tithing

The gospel according to meme: guilt, greed, and glory in postmodern churches

Religion blogger Benjamin L. Corey recently shared his views on the mindset of churches in America compared to Christians who serve in places like India. He expressed his disdain for the “Jesus + bling” prosperity gospel that permeates not only mega-churches, but small and medium-sized American churches also. How did we get where we are… Continue reading The gospel according to meme: guilt, greed, and glory in postmodern churches

Bible · Christianity · End times · God · idolatry · judgment · religion · Revelation

7 things about the last days that will drive environmentalists crazy

It’s true that when God created man, the first thing he did was give man a job and that job was to take care of his creation on Earth. It wasn’t long before man messed the whole thing up and prompted God to bring a flood to try to resolve some serious issues. But the flood was a… Continue reading 7 things about the last days that will drive environmentalists crazy

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Alfred Kinsey research may be recognized by the UN

The United Nations’ Committee on Non-Government Organizations has highlighted Indiana University’s Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction as a possible consultant to the UN for its research established by Alfred Kinsey, who used Freudian principles to “study” human sexuality from the 1930s to 1950s. And by “Freudian principles” I mean he had… Continue reading Alfred Kinsey research may be recognized by the UN

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Rating the entertainment value of ministry

Does the setting or environment relax people? Are people made to feel extra special? Does the music stir emotions when needed? Do the sermons make people feel good? Is the best effort made to avoid offending people with talk of sin? It’s questions like these that seem to be the focus of so many ministries… Continue reading Rating the entertainment value of ministry

Christianity · End times · entertainment · music · religion · sodomy

Christian rapper gets intolerant messages for song exposing gay mentality

Christian rapper Bizzle recently released a song in response to the mass gay wedding ceremony broadcasted at the Grammys. As soon as it was released over the Internet, defenders of the gay lifestyle took to social media and barraged him with hate-filled messages and death threats. Proof once again that they expect us to tolerate… Continue reading Christian rapper gets intolerant messages for song exposing gay mentality