As the Islamic State has seized most of the largest Palestinian refugee camp in Syria and trapped about 18,000 civilians, those who were lucky enough to escape have told of the ISIS atrocities they witnessed and one even described the barbaric nature in which militants used a person’s decapitated head. As ISIS militants descended on […]
I see this type of wrong-thinking every day. Wanted to share just one typical comment; this one happens to have been posted at Charisma. The Jews are God’s chosen people, this does not mean they get to heaven via a backdoor as there is no other name (than Jesus) by which man can be saved. […]
This afternoon I’ve been reading excerpts from the just released report which gives a blow by blow account of the horrible actions this government took in the name of “safety”. I won’t be posting any excerpts at this blog. Frankly I had a hard time just skimming through a small portion of the released information. […]
Both a vital and well written article by Jim Wallis of Sojourners Ministry I was in Ferguson Wednesday when it happened: In a morally stunning decision, a Staten Island grand jury announced it would not bring criminal charges against a white police officer who choked a black man to death during a brutal incident last July. […]
Spent a great deal of time pondering on Revelation 21:8 this week, especially the word Cowardly. This morning while reading a commentary on this verse, and the specific term cowardly, I believe I came upon a fitting definition. “But the cowardly, the unbelieving, the vile, the murderers, the sexually immoral, those who practice magic arts, […]
Is there “really” anyone foolish enough to believe there is, or ever was, any hope for a two-State solution?
Reading this latest article at Mondoweiss I could not help but think of a recent comment someone had made concerning “Israel’s treatment of her neighbors” being , “much more humane, on the whole, than the reverse”. I don’t consider this an a humane act. In fact, it’s disgusting. Quote, It appears Israel’s ongoing incitement of […]
While you may not agree with this message, it should at the very least cause us to pause and think. quote, On August 9, 1983, three people dressed as U.S. soldiers saluted their way onto a U.S. military base and climbed a pine tree. The base contained a school training elite Salvadoran and other foreign […]