My Halloween Bash

With it being the season where the secular world prepares to celebrate Halloween and Christians debate why it's okay or not okay to celebrate it, I decided to gather a few videos discussing the topic in light of that Christian debate. The title of my post is a play on the word bash, which a... Continue Reading →

Scientists Find Cannabis and Frankincense on Ancient Judah Pagan Altars

The Bible tells us that the fortress of Arad (named after a Canaanite king) was on the southern border of Judah. Archaeologists dug it up between 1962-1967 and discovered two conjoined altars on the site. The altars were well-preserved and carefully reconstructed with all the original materials at the Israel Museum. However, it wasn't until... Continue Reading →

Witchfest Occult Festival Celebrated in South London

Witches and pagans are gathering in south London's Croydon suburb in the UK today to celebrate their devotion to the occult. It is supposedly the largest witch festival in the world. Many of the attendees are convinced that their choice of religion, which includes occult magic, is a natural link to their involvement in the... Continue Reading →

If Netflix is ‘Entertainer of the Year’, what does that say about us?

The Associated Press (AP), a news cooperative where most news outlets get their news reports from, has voted online entertainment content provider Netflix their "Entertainer of the Year." They awarded Netflix partly because they gave traditional entertainment companies like Disney and HBO a run for their money by doing some innovative things in 2018. But... Continue Reading →

Oregon Senator implies federal cannabis laws are racist

Leave it to Democrats to play the race card on almost every cause they take up. Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) has just joined Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) today in an attempt to legalize marijuana at the federal level. The Marijuana Justice Act seeks to get marijuana off the federal list of controlled substances as well... Continue Reading →

Pagan occultic rituals can’t match God’s power

We are once again in the season where heightened interest in the occult is taking place in North America and other parts of the Western Hemisphere. Some people are looking to be frightened for fun whether in seances, haunted houses, or horror movies, while others are seeking more power to manipulate situations and other people... Continue Reading →

Satan declares war but he’ll be under our feet shortly

If you look through history, you will discover that whenever Christians were persecuted, the kings, rulers, leaders, and other prominent figures who sanctioned persecution often died untimely, troublesome deaths. We as Christians are warned in the New Testament that we will suffer for being followers of the Lord Jesus (Luke 6:22, John 15:18, 2 Timothy... Continue Reading →

The occultic foundations of modern atheism

There are certain historical figures that atheists tend to rally around who they often quote to inspire and encourage themselves in their worldview. Today's atheists are very proud to hail these deceased famous people as heroes and pioneers of the cultural heritage of  the atheism and free thought movements. A close look at the lives... Continue Reading →

Ties that blind: Wicca’s dance with the devil

We are once again in the season of Halloween, an un-holiday I hate because of its occultic overtones. It is one of the most celebrated days for Satanists and witches. Satanists mark it with a human sacrifice while witches celebrate with a sexual sacrifice. The most prominent form of witchcraft in the Western Hemisphere is... Continue Reading →

Nothing is hallowed about Halloween

Samhain (pronounced sow-in or sah-ween, meaning “summer’s end”) began as a Celtic celebration of the harvest, the end of the old year and beginning of a new one, and a celebration of death many centuries ago.  The various rituals during the celebrations were led by the Druids who were the priest class of the Celts.  During this... Continue Reading →

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