Complicit: how & why people tolerate religious abuse

Despite recent revelations about just how corrupt the Catholic Church really is (including the report that came out this week in Pennsylvania on how at least 1,000 children over several decades were molested by over 300 priests and how other Catholic officials conspired to cover it up) it boggles the mind how millions remain devoted... Continue Reading →


4 reasons why there’s no substantiating transubstantiation

The largest religious system of idolatry in the world, when one views it through human eyes, seems to have a lot of dignity, devotion, pomp and circumstance. A lot of it's ideas are romanticized (with the stress on the "roman" part of that word) and can easily dupe those who lack spiritual discernment into thinking... Continue Reading →

Guilty as charged: Australian archbishop convicted of sex abuse cover-up

South Australia's highest ranking Catholic official was convicted by a judge May 22, 2018 for covering up sexual abuse of altar boys in the 1970s. Magistrate Robert Stone of the Newcastle Local Court handed down the guilty verdict of Philip Wilson. The judge found the testimony of a former altar boy who had been abused... Continue Reading →

London pastor despises notion only Christians allowed in heaven

Steve Chalke, a man who calls himself a Christian pastor at a church called Oasis in London, has released a series of videos espousing one world religion and universalism. He makes arguments that set up Christian teachings as straw men so he can tear them down. In his haste to tear down true Christian doctrines,... Continue Reading →

Masters of hypocrisy: the secret Jesuit oath

A sample excerpt from the type of oaths Jesuits, including Pope Francis I, take when they are "ordained": "I... promise and declare that I will, when opportunity presents, make and wage relentless war, secretly or openly, against all heretics, protestants and liberals, as I am directed to do, "to extirpate and exterminate them from the... Continue Reading →

I won’t let anyone rob me of my God-sword, God’s word

As I meditate on just how important God's word should be to believers, I'm reminded of the story of Eleazar, one of David's mighty men in 2 Samuel 23:9-10. In the heat of battle with the Philistines, Eleazar wielded his sword skillfully and fought so hard against the enemy's onslaught that when he got weak,... Continue Reading →

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