Bible · faith · God · religion

The conundrum of Abraham offering Isaac at God’s command

An especially popular jab by critics of the Christian faith is the fact that God in Genesis 22 told Abraham to sacrifice Isaac at Mount Moriah (where the Temples were eventually built). They contend that God was heartless for commanding such a thing. On the surface, such an argument may sound valid, but it is made… Continue reading The conundrum of Abraham offering Isaac at God’s command

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End times · government · politics · religion

#RiggedSystem is apparent as social media & MSM avoid or misdirect FBI’s Clinton email reboot

People this weekend have been preoccupied with FBI director Comey's taking another look at Hillary Clinton's email scandal and all the interesting developments that have arisen over it. And along with that heightened interest comes the observation that globalists controlling social media and mainstream media are not showing the topic trending on their websites--whether it… Continue reading #RiggedSystem is apparent as social media & MSM avoid or misdirect FBI’s Clinton email reboot

Christianity · church · clergy · End times · religion · sexuality

Anglican priest removed from his position for sex addiction

Warning: This post contains some language that may not be appropriate for kids. At her wit's end, the estranged wife of a vicar, whom she had been married to since 1999 and who fathered her three children, ran to a tribunal within the Church of England to tell her tales of horror and present proof.… Continue reading Anglican priest removed from his position for sex addiction

Christianity · faith · God · life · religion

Confidence to stand firm in the midst of my enemies

Challenges I have faced in life have gotten me down from time to time, but those feelings don't stick around for long when I continually embrace God's word and talk to him. I like to remind myself that even with all of the millions of my brothers and sisters in Christ all over the world… Continue reading Confidence to stand firm in the midst of my enemies

Christianity · encouragement · faith · God · life · religion · spiritual gifts · spiritual strength

When God prompts us to be audacious

Because we live in times when, no matter where you reside in this world, many people will not endure sound doctrine, many of us Christians tend to try to avoid risks and over-analyze situations based on how we assume things may turn out if we take certain actions to point people to God. Then there are… Continue reading When God prompts us to be audacious

Bible · End times · God · humanity · philosophy · religion · Satan · Uncategorized

“Secular humanist,” a fancy term for Satanist

Saints of God, have you been paying attention for the past few years to the Satanic Temple tied to the Baphomet statue in Detroit last year and most recently to attempts to start after-school clubs? The Satanic Temple denies they worship Satan and claims to use the name to make fun of the idea they say… Continue reading “Secular humanist,” a fancy term for Satanist

Bible · Christianity · faith · heresy · Jesus Christ · New Testament · religion

Why the Didache is avoided by true Christianity

The Didache [did-uh-kē] purports to be "The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles" and dates anywhere between 50-120 AD. Many of the statements it has are an exact match to some biblical writings like the Gospel of Matthew. So why is it that the Didache isn't in the Bible? For starters, in order for any writing… Continue reading Why the Didache is avoided by true Christianity

Bible · Christianity · faith · heresy · Jesus Christ · New Testament · religion

Why the Gospel of Thomas doesn’t belong in the Bible

The Gospel of Thomas was discovered in Egypt in 1945 and was written in the Coptic language. The specific date of the writing is unknown, but many scholars believe it was written anywhere between 50-140 AD. It contains 114 sayings that it claims Jesus Christ said that were supposedly written down by Thomas Didymus, but… Continue reading Why the Gospel of Thomas doesn’t belong in the Bible

Israel · science

Israeli archaeologists excavate Jerusalem wall confirming Josephus account

It has been a markedly emotional week for leaders of Israel after UNESCO thumbed their noses at the nation by declaring the Temple Mount belonged to Muslims and referred to the "holy site" using Muslim labels. However, not to be outdone by such a false declaration, archaeologists in Israel unveiled a discovery they made last… Continue reading Israeli archaeologists excavate Jerusalem wall confirming Josephus account

crime · government · Islam · law · politics · religion

27% of young Austrian Muslims embrace idea of violent jihad

A recent study commissioned by the city government of Vienna done of youth living in Vienna has discovered that 27% of  Muslim youth believe violent jihad against nations in the West is an acceptable practice. In that same study, 33% of all youth in Vienna had negative opinions about Jews and 47% of young Muslims held… Continue reading 27% of young Austrian Muslims embrace idea of violent jihad