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 →


The world stirs up confusion over suicide

Recent news concerning the world's contradictory views on suicide is why I'm so relieved my identity and my being are grounded in the Lord Jesus Christ. Given how unreliable and wishy-washy the mindset of people of the world can be, it's refreshing to be encouraged by loving reminders like Paul shared in 1 Corinthians 7:23,... Continue Reading →

Moving from compromise to repentance and restoration

It's such a blessing to me when I see people who call themselves Christians actually live it out despite their flaws. I also feel disappointed and somewhat amused when I see those who claim to be Christian (mostly in liberal congregations) who criticize the Jews for not living up to what God chose them to... Continue Reading →

A critique of Karl Marx, purveyor of socialism and Communism

In spite of the fact Americans spoke loud and clear about the direction they wish the United States to go in by electing President Trump, i.e. pro-capitalism with Judeo-Christian values, there are unrelenting forces such as academia, Antifa, Black Lives Matter, Democrats and neo-Nazis who wish to hamstring such a positive direction. Why am I... Continue Reading →

Prosperity pastor Kong Hee & partners in crime get reduced sentences

Megachurch pastor Kong Hee of Singapore and his five cohorts who were found guilty in 2015 of conspiring to misappropriate (steal) $50 million from City Harvest Church have had their sentences reduced. A three-judge appellate court panel handed down the reduced sentences on Friday, April 7, approximately 7 months after the defendants presented arguments in September... Continue Reading →

Prosperity televangelist Ernest Angley ordered to pay wages swindled from workers

Televangelist Ernest Angley, 95, has been ordered by a federal court in Ohio to pay back wages to employees of his Cathedral Buffet. U.S. District Judge Benita Pearson finally handed down a $388,000 judgment against Angley for damages & unpaid wages on Wednesday, March 29 months after a trial that took place in October and... Continue Reading →

Better to be an atheist than a Catholic hypocrite, says Pope Francis

In a private morning mass held in his residence on February 23, Pope Francis added to his long list of controversial statements. Expressing regret for all the hypocrisy that takes place in the Roman Catholic Church, the Pope drew the conclusion that people who call themselves Catholic--boasting about their involvement in Catholic associations, regular mass... Continue Reading →

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