Tag Archives: Religion

Christianity, the Roman Empire & Israel’s Place in It

A vantage point for inquiring minds and those who’ve lived faith shy of geographical or historical context. Biblical maps are enlightening for tethering us to what was and what is and understanding how small our world has become, bringing Israel and the Middle East today into sharper focus. The rise of Christianity in the Roman… Read More »

In God America Must Trust

Once upon a time, in what now seems like a far-distant land, a young President inspired America with the words: “Ask not, what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country.” Today, despite the fact that their country is rapidly approaching $16 trillion in debt, there are millions of… Read More »

Bishops Urge Congress To Act On Religious Liberty Crisis In Obamacare

Cardinal DiNardo highlights problems for religious institutions, individuals Sees Administration policy’s approach to religious freedom most grudging, arbitrary ever Congressional action defending religious freedom long overdue WASHINGTON, Aug. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, chair of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities, called on Congress to address the crisis in health care sparked by the Obama… Read More »

Egyptian Supreme Court Wants Parliament Dissolved

Outrage was sparked in Egypt Thursday when that country’s Supreme Court ruled that the recent parliamentary election was unconstitutional. That decision led to emergency meetings of the ruling military council. In response, the country’s interim military rulers declared full legislative authority. Supreme Court head Farouk Soltan said: “The ruling regarding parliament includes the dissolution of… Read More »

Global Governance vs. National Sovereignty

The International Conference on Global Governance vs. National Sovereignty, sponsored by American Freedom Alliance, concluded Monday in Los Angeles CA. The chief question posed at the Conference’s opening: Is Global Governance vs. National Sovereignty the West’s next ideological war? John Bolton, Former U.S. Ambassador to the UN gave Sunday morning’s Keynote Speech. Ambassador Bolton spoke… Read More »

Homophobic Contradictions: The Government, Darwin And Jesus

    A T-shirt slogan that caught my attention last week, “Jesus is not a homophobe” so intrigued me I googled the word homophobe and according to internet lore it was coined in the sixties by George Weinberg, a Gay activist and psychologist who defined it as an irrational fear of homosexuals, a contagion of sorts. Boy,… Read More »

Did Joel Osteen Commit Adultery?

SAN JOSE, Calif., May 17, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — “Joel Osteen has been caught in adultery to God and is betraying Jesus,” says Pastor Steven Andrew, President of USA Christian Ministries and author of “Making A Strong Christian Nation.” The ministry president calls for Osteen to step down since he won’t renounce Mormonism. James 4:4… Read More »

The Face of the United States “Forward”

President Obama takes offense when the word Socialism is used to describe his policies, but lately even the liberal media is giving ‘some’ focus to the president and his policies. As the contrast continues between President Obama’s slogan “Forward” and the same term used in Vorwärts written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels which was… Read More »

Why Ann Curry should think twice about attacking Kirk Cameron again

For those of you that haven’t read my bio here, and wandered off to my personal site (shame on you!), I must offer the following disclaimer. I am an atheist, so therefore, I have no vested interest in promoting any faith of any kind. Conversely, I don’t bother to say anything against religions, unless their… Read More »

The Obamacare Prayer Vigil(s)

Have you heard that the White House is planning a “prayer vigil” for Obamacare outside the Supreme Court “right when justices plan to hear arguments for three days beginning March 26″? Isn’t it quite intriguing that an Administration that touts their skewed view of “separation of Church and State” now prepares to call on the Name… Read More »