In the past several days, the U.S. Supreme Court has dialed back some policies that are near and dear to the Obama administration such as curtailing some of the powers the EPA has assumed for itself, the President's "recess appointments" to the National Labor Relations Board, and a Massachusetts law creating a buffer zone for… Continue reading Supreme Court to release ruling on contraceptive mandate Monday the 30th
The Vatican has often sidestepped the fact, or hidden the fact, that they are all about works-based salvation that isn't really genuine salvation. However, Pope Francis has openly proclaimed what the RCC teaches in secret, i.e. that they believe salvation can only come by joining their "Church" by baptism in their "Church" through learning the… Continue reading Pope reiterates only the Roman Catholic Church brings salvation
"...we will NEVER understand the word the way it should be because we have our pride--the need to be right--and in your case [to] be recognized as being right even when you’re not." This is one of those common arguments spread around today by those who are of the false belief that Christians should never… Continue reading The need for being right: is it a valid Christian “obsession”?
Is it true that Jesus only spoke against the religious leaders of his day? Did he stay mum when it came to confronting the sins of the common people and outcasts he encountered? Was he only concerned about making them feel welcomed and taking care of their needs? Two popular preachers were recently in the… Continue reading Debunking the myth that Jesus didn’t talk about people’s sins or immorality
"Among religions, Bolshevism [Marxist socialism] is to be reckoned with Mohammedanism [Islamism] rather than with Christianity and Buddhism. Christianity and Buddhism are primarily personal religions, with mystical doctrines and a love of contemplation. Mohammedanism and Bolshevism are practical, social, unspiritual, concerned to win the empire of the world."--Bertrand Russell, The Practice and Theory of Bolshevism, 1920.… Continue reading All these things must first come to pass, but the end is not yet: Obama’s global agenda
Weeks after atheist Richard Dawkins claimed to be a 'secular Christian' comes another guy claiming to be an atheist who believes in God. When I read atheist Frank Schaeffer's article at CNN's Belief Blog, the first thing that came to my mind is that this guy is a pride-filled fool to the point he doesn't… Continue reading Atheist claims he also believes in God and utters gibberish about it
Satan has often inspired people to make counterfeits of God's word. He does it to stir up confusion and the people he uses make little tweaks to the real thing by adding to God's true words or by subtracting from it. The Jehovah Witness Bible, aka the New World Translation, is one example. But for… Continue reading Jehovah Witnesses deny Jesus is Jehovah, but their ‘Bible’ doesn’t agree
Marie Cribbs, a resident of Texas, had been wheelchair bound for four years due to complications from breast cancer, diabetes, and psoriatic arthritis. But on Sunday, May 4 she decided to go to church where they were hosting a guest evangelist from Vietnam who was converted from witchcraft to Christianity during the Vietnam War and had… Continue reading God gets praise in Texas, Nova Scotia, and Cuba for miracles
Think the love of money is bad? There's something worse lurking around the world of Christianity--envy. A substantial amount of people in evangelical circles have succumbed to the "green-eyed monster" and it's not a character trait that looks good on anyone, especially us. I've come across three accounts or stories this week that have me… Continue reading Has envy overtaken the Christian community?
Live long enough and if you are wise you will notice the world's definition of love is out of whack. A church in the UK recently found that out when they displayed a message of love warning people about hell. One person went to the police and complained that it wasn't a loving message, so… Continue reading Show me real Jesus-kind-of-love and skip the flattery