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History Lesson: Greek Empire Fell Because of Disease!

Civilizations have experienced more devastating blows from sickness than from swords–more heartache from bugs than from bombings. The face of the world has been changed more through the louse, the flea, and the mosquito than by marching armies and flying missiles. When the daily count of the dead reached the breaking point (different in various [...]

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Ebola: Ancient Hebrews Had Answer to Infectious Disease!

Informed health officials say that Egypt was the medical center of the ancient world. The ancient historian Herodotus recorded that during the days of the Medo-Persian Empire, it was King Darius’ practice “to keep in attendance certain Egyptian doctors, who had a reputation for the highest eminence in their profession.” However, Egypt was not nearly [...]

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Houston You Have a Problem, a Big Problem!

The mayor of Houston is a lesbian “married” (in California) to another female so that is a big problem; however, now her honor wants local pastors to submit their sermons to the city to ascertain whether or not they took a position on the city ordinance permitting transgenders to use any restroom of their choice! [...]

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Ebola: Intrusive Requirements for Everyone?

If the Ebola virus disease (EVD) explodes across America we can expect many oppressive but necessary laws to be passed. There will be limitations on personal liberty, but hopefully lawmakers will think these issues through, debate them, and implement only those most necessary. Reasonable people will argue that, in times of emergency, extreme measures must [...]

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Drought, Disease, and Dictators Not Africa’s Main Problems!

Africa’s biggest problem is not drought, disease, or dictators (all massive problems) but drinking and defecation! And this is similarly true of India, Asia, and areas of South America. Eighty percent of diseases in developing countries are caused by unsafe water and poor sanitation. Africa, India, and some areas in South America are open cesspools [...]

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Cop-Killer Speaks to College Graduates!

Cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal was born Wesley Cook and raised a Methodist but converted to the “peaceful religion” of Islam while a teenager. At age 15, he became one of the organizers of Philadelphia’s Black Panther Party. In spite of that, he was the commencement speaker at Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont last Sunday! The graduates were [...]

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Are Modern Fundamentalists Original Christians?

The very suggestion that modern Fundamentalists (those who adhere to the basics) are really the same as original Christians causes heartburn, palpitations, and hot flashes across the fruited plain. After all, aren’t Fundamentalist Christians uncouth, unsophisticated, and uneducated louts responsible for dandruff, sun spots, drought, and partly responsible for global warming? Aren’t they blamable for [...]

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Christian Swingers: Faithless, Feckless, Fornicators!

I am appalled with the disgusting, disgraceful, and depraved activities of “Christians” who seem to be competing for the dubious distinction of “Apostates of the Year.” I am referring to the “devoted” men who invite others to their home to “share their wife” then share the Gospel with them! It is said that they have [...]

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Can the CDC Handle the Worst Possibilities of Ebola?

The continent of Africa is a vast area of abundant natural resources yet it remains the world’s poorest and most undeveloped, uneducated, and uncivilized continent of a billion people. I believe the reasons for Africa’s pathetic circumstances are a lack of Christian influence and a variety of other causes: corrupt governments, high levels of illiteracy, incredible [...]

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