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Jan 11, 2006

Abortion and Slavery

Category: News

Judge Alito's hearing before the Senate Committee are revealing some very interesting and fundamental issues of law and the deep division that exists in America. One issue is whether Judge Alito thinks that Roe v. Wade is "settled law" or can… Read Full Blog

Jan 11, 2006

The Grilling of Judge Alito

Category: News

The grilling has begun, and one of the heated topics is that of abortion rights. This morning I heard one senator asking point blank if the Judge believed that the right of abortion was "the established law of the land." He evaded the question, o… Read Full Blog

Jan 4, 2006

Past Israeli Nuclear Policy

Category: News

The news on Jan. 3, 2006 was that Iran resumed its nuclear enrichment program for its nuclear power plant. The Israelis are not only very concerned about this, but also they have a long history of military and terror tactics to ensure that they are the onl… Read Full Blog

Jan 3, 2006

An Encouraging Letter

Category: General

Here's an email received from a prison guard who was given a copy of "Creation's Jubilee" by a prisoner a couple years ago. I thought I would share it with you by way of encouragement. . . . "We are truly enjoying the tapes. I h… Read Full Blog

Jan 2, 2006

Is the President Beginning to See the Light?

Category: News

President Bush has done a lot of sabre rattling toward Iran in the past, but it appears that he is now having second thoughts. A number of factors appear to be making him re-think his position, and this has the Israeli hawks worried. On December 31, 200… Read Full Blog

Dec 31, 2005

Leviathan and Zionism

Category: General

Gen. 1:28 says that the Bible created man to "subdue the earth." This tells us that apart from man, the earth was chaotic like a jungle and in need to organization and purpose. In other words, man was to build the Kingdom of God so that the glory… Read Full Blog

Dec 31, 2005

Leviticus v. Leviathan

Category: General

Throughout the Middle Ages, the monarchs and popes asserted their divine rights to rule the people. It was called in Latin, Rex Lex, "the king is law." What is the law? Well, ask the king (or pope). Whatever he says is the law at any given moment… Read Full Blog

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