Monthly Archives: February 2013

He Said/She Said – February 25, 2013

  “Latin, the sleeping giant of languages, is very much awake and alive.” –Christianne Amanpour, CNN International, February 15, 2013, speaking on the rapid growth of Latin in school curriculums. Now compare with this passage of Scripture: “The beast that thou sawest … Continue reading

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Spiritual Wickedness In High Places

“For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places” (Ephesians 6:12). Grace and peace, Saints, and greetings to those who remain … Continue reading

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It’s In The Bible: The All Seeing Eye

Grace and peace, Saints. We’re all famaliar with the so-called All Seeing Eye on the back of our one-dollar bill. Some say it is the All-Seeing Eye of Horus, the Egyptian Sun God.  Others say it is the eye of Providence. … Continue reading

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A Gorilla In A Suit

Grace and peace, Saints. A very strange thing happened to me the other day on the way back from taking my son to school. After dropping my boy off, I boarded the subway at the last car, and moving towards … Continue reading

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He Said/She Said – February 14, 2013

“CNN’s role…is to fix the world’s attention on an issue and to drive that debate.”  –Kristie Lu Stout, anchor, CNN International.

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It’s In The Bible: Waterboarding

Grace and peace, saints. The use of torture–especially against U.S. citizens–has been hotly debated in the media ever since the CIA’s use of waterboarding on detainees at Guantanamo Bay came to light a few years ago.  Waterboarding is an especially … Continue reading

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Two Popes?

Grace and peace to the children of the Prince of Peace, and greetings to those loyal subjects of the prince of darkness. There’s no doubt that Pope Benedict XVI’s announcement to retire sounded rather suspect, especially given that there was … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict XVI Announces Resignation

Grace and peace, Saints. It seems that the Roman Catholic pope, Benedict XVI, has announced his resignation as the Bishop of Rome.  This came as a shock to most people, as there were no signs of illness or failing health, … Continue reading

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The Fifth Seal

Grace and peace, saints. We have taken all information on Christian persecutions and moved them to a new blog entitled The Fifth Seal.  This blog will be dedicated solely to persecutions of Christians taking place worldwide.  Christian persecution will become … Continue reading

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The Still Man’s Wayback Machine – February 1-10, 2013

Grace and peace, Saints.  Here are the subjects we wrote about this time last year: Replacement Theology and the New Age In this post, I answer the questions of one of our readers concerning the claim that Blacks are the … Continue reading

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House of the Virgin Mary, Ephesus

Grace and peace, Saints. I have always wondered exactly how the Antichrist would unite all the world’s religions in his one-world church.  This is an important question, because the greatest of the world religions: Christianity, Islam, Roman Catholicism, and Buddhism … Continue reading

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Back In The Saddle Again

Grace and peace, believers. I was in the hospital for the past few days, and therefore, could not write anything.  I hope that you are having a great week, and I will be again posting something soon. Until then, be … Continue reading

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