Monthly Archives: January 2009

Morgan Freeman: “Stop Talking About It”

Galatians 2:16 “…God shows no partiality…” This is the most common sense that I have heard out of Hollywood in my entire life.  I know nothing about Mr. Morgan Freeman, but he offers a refreshing dose of sanity in this portion … Continue reading

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Barack Obama and “Your Messianic Rumor of the Day”

Whenever I read the book of Revelation, particularly chapter 13, I am struck at how the Anti-Christ will receive worldwide worship and adoration (Revelation 13:3), while presenting himself in religious themes so numerous that Bill Maher couldn’t possibly hope to … Continue reading

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Global Warming® – Meet Dr. John S. Theon

Through sleet and snow, former Vice President Al Gore testified today before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee regarding Global Warming®: a scheme that has the promise of becoming a cash cow for anyone willing to profit off of the fears of our … Continue reading

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Correction: Heaven is Shouting

In my recent post regarding Rick Warren’s inaugural prayer, I made some concluding comments about Warren’s choice to pray in the name of “Isa.”  There I noted that this is the Q’ranic version of the name “Jesus” (which is possibly patterned … Continue reading

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Scientology, Islam, and the Religious Messengers of Hatred

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Rick Warren’s Inaugural Prayer – 2009

Many people have been wondering what Rick Warren would say during his inaugural prayer made on behalf of our new president: Barack Obama. I wanted to review portions of the prayer with you – to help you consider the substance … Continue reading

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Religulous: An Analysis of Mere Religion

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