RACISM: What Does God Have To Say About It?

In my 2+ years of writing, I have only touched on the issue of Racism a few times. This is primarily because I do not believe we will ever eradicate the disgusting ideology if we pay its adherents attention. The mainstream media constantly has debates as to how we can stamp out Racism, but at the same time they air protests and rallies highlighting racist groups. The liberal media just adds more fuel to the dangerous fire and creates more division, not less.  This will be one of those rare articles where I will tackle the issue of racism head on, because it is again dominating the news and social media today. I want to explain what God has to say about racism, and how we Holy Bible believers are meant to respond to it. First off, there are whites and blacks who claim to be believers, yet they peddle divisive belief systems. They are not true believers, because the fact is that TRUE Christians can NEVER be racist.  The reason that this issue is taking center stage today is because Richard Spencer, who was responsible for the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville a few months back, is giving a […]

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Inside the fear of the number 13 and Friday the 13th

A Friday the 13th landing in the middle of the month of Halloween isn’t an especially welcome event for someone with triskaidekaphobia (extreme fear of the number 13).

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Giving Birth Is Hard Enough. Try It In The Middle Of A Wildfire.

Moms-to-be in labor had to be evacuated from Santa Rosa hospitals in the midst of the California wildfires.

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JUDGMENT BY FIRE: “Apocalyptic Scenes” In California As Wildfires Rage

Even Secular Mainstream Media News outlets are finding it hard to describe 2017’s recent wildfire outbreak without headlines and phrases depicting Biblical JUDGMENT. Among those that caught my eye were “Apocalyptic Scenes”, “Hell on earth”, “It’s like Armageddon is on”, “An inferno like we’ve never seen before”, and “Is the world ending or something?” None of these phrases were taken from Biblical News Sites, but all were found on secular news sites which normally mock God. The LORD certainly has a way of getting even the most hardened skeptic’s attention.  While there are wildfires every year in the United States and across the globe, this year’s outbreaks have been described as “unusual” and “unprecedented”. Most of the country has found it hard to ignore the current disaster in California, but other States have endured long bouts with fiery flames this year as well. As of October 11th, nearly 9 MILLION acres of land have been burned in the U.S., namely in Oregon, Washington, Montana, and California. This greatly eclipsed the last decade’s average of 6 million per year, which was already extremely high to begin with.  In September, an estimated 1,300,000 acres were burned up throughout Montana. Thus far, over […]

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10 Celebrities Who Back the Second Amendment

There’s been a major disconnect in recent years between leftist Hollywood elites and regular, everyday Americans who often hold conservative beliefs. Following the recent Las Vegas shooting that left 59 dead and hundreds more injured, many celebrities or an outright repeal of the Second Amendment. While that may be the way the majority of celebrities think…

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BENHAM BROS: Courageous Spiritual Fathers VS. Cowards Who Tuck And Run

(Via WND.com) – If you’re a father sitting around the campfire with your family and you tuck tail and run when a wolf shows up, you’re not acting like a father – you’re acting like a coward.  Last week, the archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, tucked tail and ran when asked by GQ magazine if gay sex is sinful. The senior bishop of the Church of England “copped out” (in his own words), saying it was a question he “couldn’t give a straight answer to.”  That’s unfortunate.  He was clearly embarrassed by the question and waffled through the rest of the interview, even giving what seemed to be an approving nod toward homosexual relationships.  By the end of his “cop-out,” truth was nowhere to be found.  A.W. Tozer once said, “When we become so tolerant that we lead people into mental fog and spiritual darkness, we are not acting like Christians – we are acting like cowards.”  Unfortunately today, many priests – and even pastors – are just like the archbishop. They act more cowardly than fatherly as a wolf of sexual confusion robs, kills and destroys those under their care.  These guys may be able to teach, but they’re not […]

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Inside Les Halles, the by gone marketplace known as ‘The Belly of Paris’

From the Middle Ages to modernity, the central market of Paris was one of the city’s liveliest locales, as farmers, fishermen, butchers, and customers commingled among tons upon tons of fresh produce, meat, fish, and other goods.

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HALLOWEEN: How Christians Can Illuminate The Secular World’s Celebration Of Darkness

Halloween is a stressful time of year for most Holy Bible believers, because there are constant debates amongst Christians about whether or not we should participate in the Secular world’s popular holiday, which is impossible to ignore. Everywhere you go, throughout the month of October, you are most likely confronted with something having to do with Halloween. You can’t turn on your TV, or go on social media, without being bombarded by pumpkins, ghosts, or scary movies. So, most Christians that I know have simply adopted the attitude, “If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em.”  I have always strongly disagreed with that stance of surrender. For many years, I believed that “If you can’t beat ‘em, IGNORE ‘EM”. Now, while that may have worked for me in my personal life, I realized that I wasn’t doing anything to lighten the darkness around me by ignoring it. As of this year, I now believe that “If you can’t beat ‘em, INFLUENCE ‘EM.”  Before I get into how I believe we Christians can participate in the annual Secular festivities, and bring God’s light into the otherwise dark celebration, I want to examine the history of what we know today as “Halloween”. First […]

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Op-Ed | Is Fashion Missing the Homeware Opportunity?

Too many luxury brands are still not thinking strategically about the category — at their own peril, argues Isabelle Dubern.

Too many luxury brands are still not thinking strategically about the category — at their own peril, argues Isabelle Dubern.

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Podcast: ‘What The Health?’ Congress CHIPs Away At Health Insurance For Kids

In this episode of “What the Health?” Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News, Stephanie Armour of The Wall Street Journal, Margot Sanger-Katz of The New York Times, and Joanne Kenen of Politico discuss Congress’s tardiness in renewing the Children’s Health Insurance Plan (CHIP), and play the parlor game of who might become the new secretary of Health and Human Services. Also, the pod panel interviews Rep. John Larson (D-Conn.) about his new Medicare buy-in bill.

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