Author Archives: The Still Man

Halloween: Proof That America Is Evil

“America is great because she is good. When America ceases to be good, America will cease to be great.” –Alexis de Tocqueville. Grace and peace, Saints. In five days, Americans will celebrate All Hallows Eve, commonly known as Halloween. Americans … Continue reading

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Okay, God Really Did Give Us Ten Commandments.

Last week, I wrote you concerning the Ten Commandments, saying that God didn’t give us just Ten Commandments, but eleven. My original intent in writing the article was to provoke you to take into consideration all the commandments of God, … Continue reading

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God Didn’t Give Us Ten Commandments

Grace and peace, Saints. For years, I had wanted to teach my children the Ten Commandments. I know that we are under grace and not under the law, but I thought that if my children could understand how difficult it … Continue reading

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What Roman Catholics Really Believe: The Assumption

Today, Roman Catholics celebrate a holiday known as “The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary,” or simply, The Assumption. A Practical Catholic Dictionary describes the Assumption as: “The taking into Heaven of the body of the Blessed Virgin Mary soon … Continue reading

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The Virgin Mary: The Androgynous Goddess?

Grace and peace, Saints. For years, I wondered why statues and pictures portraying the Roman Catholic Virgin Mary often depict the goddess standing with her left leg slightly bent in a peculiar fashion. If it were just one instance, perhaps … Continue reading

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A Righteous Thing

Grace and peace, Saints. Many of you are familiar with my testimony of persecution, which includes gang stalking and other forms of harassment. As I relate in God is in Control and other posts, sleep deprivation has been a major … Continue reading

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To Everything There Is A Season

As one reader noted a few weeks ago (thank you, Ms. G), I haven’t posted anything since April. That is because, for about a month or so, I have been in transition. After living in Germany for over twenty years, … Continue reading

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I Choose To Forgive

Grace and peace, Saints This is part of my testimony and will give you an idea of the circumstances that characterize my ministry, and why I do what I do. Please listen with an open mind. The Still Man Copyright secured by Digiprove © 2017 Anthony Keeton,  The Still ManSome … Continue reading

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541 H Street

541 H Street was the boarding house of Mary Surrat, one of the chief conspirators in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. It was also the place where John Wilkes Booth, the man who shot Lincoln; and John Surrat, Ms. … Continue reading

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Beast Watch: Pope Francis Once Again Admits That The Roman Catholic Church is Mystery Babylon

“And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication” (Revelation 17:4). Grace and peace, Saints. … Continue reading

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What Roman Catholics Really Believe: Are Jews and Muslims Christians?

Grace and peace, Saints. In our last article, we discussed the fact that the Roman Catholic Ecumenical Movement is gaining momentum with every passing day. In the article, we showed you an advertisement for a concert here in Munich featuring … Continue reading

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And The Ecumenical Movement Keeps Rolling Along

Grace and peace, Saints. The move towards a one world church seems to be picking up steam, as can be clearly seen in advertisements I’ve been seeing around Munich. This is an advertisement for a concert featuring music from “Judaism, … Continue reading

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What Roman Catholics Really Believe: Penance Denies The Atonement

Grace and peace, Saints.  Today is Day Seven of the Forty-Day Roman Catholic celebration of Lent, and, as promised, we continue with our essay “What Is Lent?” According to A Practical Catholic Dictionary, Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent, ushers in … Continue reading

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What Roman Catholics Really Believe: Can the Virgin Mary Save You?

Grace and peace, Saints. Bible-believing Protestant Christians are aware that the Roman Catholic Church exalts the Virgin Mary into the place of  the Lord Jesus Christ and even above Him. One way they do this is by calling the Virgin … Continue reading

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What Roman Catholics Really Believe: What Is Lent?

Grace and peace. Today is Ash Wednesday, which marks the beginning of the Roman Catholic celebration of Lent. A Practical Catholic Dictionary defines Lent as: “The period of forty days from Ash Wednesday to Holy Saturday during which by prayer … Continue reading

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Remembering Waco: Day One

Today marks the 24th anniversary of Day One of the United States federal government’s raid on the Mount Carmel Center and church owned by David Koresh and the Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas. On February 28, 1993, the Federal Bureau … Continue reading

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What Roman Catholics Really Believe: Who Is The Morning Star, Jesus or the Virgin Mary?

Grace and peace, Saints. Page 135 of A Practical Catholic Dictionary defines a litany as “A prayer of devotion consisting of short invocations followed by responses.” It goes on to say, “In the invocations, Our Lord, Our Lady, or the … Continue reading

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What Roman Catholics Really Believe: Was Jesus The First Catholic Priest?

Grace and peace, Saints. Roman Catholics are very adamant that Jesus Christ instituted the Roman Catholic Church when He told the Apostle Peter “Upon this rock I will build my church” (Matthew 16:18). Never mind that Jesus Christ was referring … Continue reading

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Veneration And Adoration Are Worship

Grace and peace, Saints. Yesterday, a Roman Catholic posted an interesting response to our article entitled “An Unexpected Meeting With Ganesh.” I believe his comment echoes the sentiments of many Catholics, including many you may know–so I decided to share … Continue reading

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Canada’s Residential Schools

Grace and peace, Saints. Have you ever heard of Canada’s Indian Residential Schools? I hadn’t, until recently.  I invite you to please watch the following video in its entirety. If you have a heart, it will break. Be encouraged and … Continue reading

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What Do Roman Catholics Really Believe?

Grace and peace, saints. Today we begin a series which asks the question, “What Do Roman Catholics Really Believe?” I was moved to do this series by something I saw while reading through A Practical Catholic Dictionary, a book written for … Continue reading

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Gratitude: The Key To A Victorious Christian Life

Grace and peace, saints. A couple of weeks ago, my children and I were walking to the animal shelter, when I noticed that my son was wearing a rain jacket with a sweatshirt underneath instead of his winter coat. It … Continue reading

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Are There Crypto-Catholics In Your Family?

Grace and peace to those who love Jesus sincerely, and greetings to the enemies of the cross of Christ. When I was a boy, living in a two-family flat on the west side of St. Louis, Missouri, my family used … Continue reading

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Christmas Blues? Philippians 4:6

Grace and peace. This morning, my three-year-old daughter woke me up around 3:00 a.m. asking for milk. So, after getting her some milk, changing her diaper, and making sure she was all comfy, I laid back down and tried to … Continue reading

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Missionary Organizations and the Counter Reformation

Grace and peace, saints A couple of days ago, I was checking out missionary organizations online, curious to see what mission fields are considered priority right now. One organization I checked out was SIM, an “international interdenominational mission” headquartered in … Continue reading

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Beast Watch: Pope Francis Celebrates The Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Grace and peace, saints. Today, Pope Francis, the False Prophet of Revelation 13, celebrated the Mass of the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe at the Vatican in Rome. Guadalupe is the Aztec title of the Virgin Mary and literally … Continue reading

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What Are You Prepared To Lose?

Grace and peace, saints. Many of you may remember the movie, “The Untouchables,” starring Kevin Costner, Robert DeNiro, Sean Connery, and Anthony Garcia. Lightly based on historical characters and events, the movie centers on the activities of Treasury agent Elliot … Continue reading

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Confess Your Sins! (Video)

Grace and peace, saints. A couple of weeks ago, I recorded a video on the way to a picturesque little ski town named Garmisch-Partenkirchen near the Austrian border. Occasionally, I will make the one and a half hour train ride … Continue reading

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Beast Watch: Pope Francis Pays Homage To The Statue of the Immaculate Conception

Grace and peace, saints. Today I watched the live streaming of Pope Francis, the False Prophet of Revelation 13, paying homage to the statue of the Immaculate Conception in Rome. As usual, the pontiff was thronged by Roman faithful crying … Continue reading

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I Was A Good Soldier

Grace and peace, Saints. The Waco tragedy has been on my subconscious since I saw the documentary, “Waco Rules of Engagement” earlier this year. It tears me apart when I think that American soldiers and law enforcement personnel were responsible … Continue reading

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Subscribe to Comments

Grace and peace, Saints! I have installed a plugin called Subscribe to Comments Reloaded that makes it possible for you to subscribe to the comments to any article on this blog, as well as receive a notification whenever someone posts … Continue reading

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It Pays To Read The Comments

Grace and peace to my fellow witnesses (excluding Jehovah’s Witnesses), and greetings to the unsaved (including Jehovah’s Witnesses). I am doubtless one of the worst bloggers in the history of blogging. They say that ideally bloggers should post something every … Continue reading

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Confess Your Sins!

Grace and peace, brothers and sisters. Unconfessed sin is the number one problem faced by many Christians today, and is what gives Satan free reign over many of our lives. I cannot over-emphasize the importance of confession in the life … Continue reading

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Till Mother Church Do Us Part

Grace and peace, to the Saints of God, and greetings to those who have yet to make a decision for the Lord Jesus. The media has always portrayed the Roman Catholic Church as a stark advocate of marriage, family, and … Continue reading

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The Protestant, Volume 1

We have added a new resource to our bibliography, a book entitled The Protestant. Written in 1837 by William McGavin, a Scottish Christian merchant, the Protestant is a compilation of a series of essays written by McGavin and published weekly … Continue reading

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The Blessing of Sleeping Late

Sunday morning, while everyone was still in bed, I took advantage of that time to have a cup of tea and spend a little time in reflection. But, as usual, when it was just getting good, in walks my son … Continue reading

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Racism and the Roman Catholic Takeover of America

“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge” (Hosea 4:6).   Grace and peace, Saints, This morning I awoke around 3:30 .A.M. And could not go back to sleep. This is nothing new, but, today was different. Today, I couldn’t … Continue reading

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Lord, In Whom Can We Trust?

Grace and peace, Saints. Today I was on YouTube looking for the lyrics and melody to an old Negro Spiritual entitled “Changed My Name” to add to my repertoire. Because I went to church only occasionally before I got saved … Continue reading

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Pop Smoke And Keep It Moving!

Grace and peace to my fellowservants who have the testimony of Jesus, and greetings to the servants of the Infernal One. As Christians, how we react to—or rather, that we not react to, but resist, peer pressure—is vitally important. As … Continue reading

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Witness to Jasenovac’s Hell

Grace and peace, Saints. We have added another resource to our bibliography, a book entitled Witness to Jasenovac’s Hell. Written by a survivor of the Jasenovac concentration camp in Yugoslavia during WWII, this book provides a horrifying glimpse into the … Continue reading

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That They Should Kill One Another

“There is nothing in Islam that justifies this truly dreadful act.” –British Prime Minister, David Cameron, on May 23, 2013, during a press conference following the brutal daylight slaying of British soldier, Lee Rigby, by two Muslims. “Muslims kill more … Continue reading

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Vatican May Apologize for Persecution of Christians

The Vatican may soon issue a formal apology for the Roman Catholic church’s historical persecution of Bible-believing Protestant Christians. During a recent homily, Pope Francis, the False Prophet of Revelation 13, said, “Jesus, before the Passion, prayed for the unity … Continue reading

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Two Fingers In The Air!

This photo depicts First Lady Michelle Obama at a Times Square event with members of the United States Olympic team passing a basketball. My question is how she manages to pass a basketball with those two fingers sticking up like … Continue reading

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Corpus Christi Day/Fronleichnam: Worshipping The Creature More Than The Creator

Thursday May 26, 2016, here in Bavaria and in other German states, a holiday called fronleichnam will be celebrated. Fronleichnam is the German equivalent of what is called Corpus Christi Day in America.  Corpus Christi Day is a Roman Catholic … Continue reading

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Black Helicopters Over Munich?

Grace and peace, Saints. A couple of weeks ago, I heard the sound of a helicopter flying somewhere near my house. By the sound of it, I could tell that it was flying very near to the ground and very … Continue reading

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Forgive Me

Grace and peace. Saints, when I wrote my first blog post back in February 2011, I had no idea that it would develop into a ministry. I didn’t have a plan. I neither knew what I wanted to say nor … Continue reading

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Remember President Abraham Lincoln

Grace and peace, Saints. Today is the anniversary of the murder of one of America’s greatest statesmen, presidents, abolitionists, fathers, husbands, and Christians, President Abraham Lincoln.  I owe a great debt of thanks to Mr. Lincoln, and, in my small … Continue reading

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But, At What Cost?

“Thou shalt not take a gift: for a gift doth blind the eyes of the wise, and pervert the words of the righteous” (Deuteronomy 16:19). Grace and peace, Saints. Last month, I went to visit a friend whom I had … Continue reading

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Easter is Not Resurrection Day

Grace and peace, Saints. Last week my son and I were waiting for the subway, when an advertisement for chocolate Easter eggs and bunnies appeared on the television monitor on the wall of the subway station. As we watched the … Continue reading

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“Bone of My Bones”

Grace and peace, Saints. A lady wrote me recently asking what she should do regarding choosing a minister to marry her and her longtime boyfriend.  She wondered whom she should choose to say the nuptials, because she and her boyfriend … Continue reading

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