People (politicians) say “the government is going to go bankrupt if we don’t do something soon!” Even Paul Ryan, vice-presidential candidate, at the Republican National Convention on Wednesday night (8/29/2012) said “We don’t have much time.”
But here’s what’s really going on. Continue reading
As this news article reports, a hoard of walking vaginas has descended upon the Republican National Convention.
These are women dressed as vaginas, protesting, generally, the pro-life position (and no-doubt spurred by senatorial candidate Akin’s recent comments and media snafu). They take offense at “men” who are legislating against their bodies. It’s akin to saying “Since you don’t have a vagina, you shouldn’t be allowed to make rules against those who do.”
They misunderstand the issue. Continue reading
Everyone knows what AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) is. But not everyone may be familiar with its history. They may also not know this: it is perhaps the nation’s only politically protected disease.  Continue reading
Fox News recently ran an article about a girl who, by age 3, was precocious and disturbed. As the article says, “her parents had to keep her visually stimulated around the clock just to keep the screaming at bay. As she grew older, the Schofields noticed their daughter was also brilliant. By 3 years old, she could read and calculate multiplication and division in her head.”
The editor of the article titled it “Real vs. imaginary,” and though they report the tale of a little girl contracting a rare disease that is only mildly treated by a cocktail of powerful drugs, I think there could be something more sinister at play.
Things got worse:
Posted in Demon Possession, News
Tagged demon possession, edgar cayce, hallucinations, january schofield, Jesus Christ, Lord, michael schofield, savior, schizophrenia, susan schofield, voices
You have perhaps heard of Arianism. It’s probably most famous today because of its association with Hitler and Nazi Germany. But who exactly was Arius? Knowing a little background of his life and his time period really makes his death much more interesting — maybe moreso than you have ever thought, if you know any of the details at all. Continue reading
Posted in Church History, Things Clearly Seen
Tagged Apostles' Creed, Arianism, Arius, creed, Nicene Creed, Orthodox Christianity, Placher, Rushdoony, Trinity, William C. Placher
Do you remember the story of Michael Salman, who was fined $12,000 for hosting Bible studies in his Arizona house? Here is an update on his status since then. Just how bad was his offense? Very bad, evidently.
This is a cautionary tale about how bad things can get when men are left to their own whims to construct laws of their own making, without restraint: Continue reading
There are four institutions established in the Bible: the individual; the family; the church; and the state. Each of these institutions has a relationship with God that is described by His covenant with them.
Christians today are generally unfamiliar with the concept of a covenant, and they are also unfamiliar with the importance of God’s covenantal relationship with these four institutions. This article provides a brief summary and outline of them. Continue reading