There is an old and cheesy joke that goes something like this: “How do you know there was a car in the Bible?” Answer: “Because, the disciples were ‘all in one accord'”… HA HA HA!
The KJV uses the phrase “in one accord” in Acts 2:1 on the day of Pentecost to describe how the disciples were together and unified on that day, but soon after, Acts 10:44 to be exact, it’s more than just the disciples partaking in this unity:
“While Peter was still speaking these words, the Holy Spirit came on all who heard the message. The circumcised believers who had come with Peter were astonished that the gift of the Holy Spirit had been poured out even on Gentiles. For they heard them speaking in tongues and praising God.” Continue reading In Two Accords
For those that have spent any time in a third world Country, the realities of corruption are obvious. What’s not obvious is how developed Countries develop more than just their infrastructures. They also develop their corruption practices. Continue reading Justice Crisis USA
Here’s a research project for you. What does China think about America? If you spend about 5 minutes looking through the varying opinions – especially those from Chinese nationals that have not been to America – you’ll discover that there is such a spectrum that it’s virtually impossible to conclude almost anything. Europeans, Canadians, even South Americans seem to be fairly predictable, something like: “we beg you for help when a tyrant invades” (WW2), “refugees flood in” (miscellaneous years), or “we need an alternative to our rationed healthcare and the Castros aren’t playing nice that day” (every-other-day). Yet for Europe and Canada beyond that it’s utter contempt of American individualism (aka liberty) as “selfish” and bravado about their unapologetic socialism. They won’t soon be electing another Margaret Thatcher, that’s for sure. They’re running out of other-peoples-money and they like it. Continue reading What does China think about America?
In a recent post we discussed some problems with information age science. Specifically, that via electronic peer-pressure we have all but eradicated the scientific method in favor of a popularity contest in it’s place. Not so dissimilar to Facebook likes, theories are currently ranked, not by merit, but by popularity. Continue reading The Problem With The Gravity Wave Claim
“…the people there did not welcome him, because he was heading for Jerusalem. When the disciples James and John saw this, they asked, “Lord, do you want us to call fire down from heaven to destroy them?” But Jesus turned and rebuked them.“– Luke 9:53-55
A common theme here has been how “the wind and the waves” don’t obey even the most pious of fake religions, humanistic governments, and especially not wolf-in-sheep’s-clothing “christians.” Even devout believers have faced fiery furnaces where God did not rescue them. Most of the disciples succumbed physically to the fires, stones, crosses, and blades of men. Yet when has evil had the capability to “call fire down from heaven” upon its enemies the way that Sodom and Gomorrah, Egypt, Korah and so many others have learned of the judgement of God? Not until modern times have humans had this power. Continue reading Anathema
The HFEA (Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority) in the UK has opened Pandora’s Box further than ever by authorizing human fetus mutilation via the CRISPR/Cas9 process in a race between science and morality as though the two must necessarily be mutually exclusive. 2016 is really set to be a horror show – as we know – nowadays science always “wins” that race. Continue reading “Editing” Embryos, Ethnic Cleansing for the 21st Century