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…that treating cancer is a 115 billion dollar-a-year- business? …that many cancer specialists and nurses will give chemo to their patients but would refuse it for themselves and their families? …that for most cancers, chemo does not help you live any longer? …that up to 7 out of 10 cancers can be prevented? …that your […]

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…that Caesar told Christians, “You can say ‘Jesus is Lord’ if you also say that ‘Caesar gives you permission to say Jesus is Lord.’”? …that many Christians refused and went to their deaths while others acquiesced and lived a life of shame? …that two-thirds of the delegates in 1835 to the New England Anti-Slavery Society […]

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Muslim Scholar Rapes, Burns, Crushes and Kills His Five-Year-Old Daughter for Fear She Lost Her Virginity!

I’ve had it up to here. Enough is enough. It is time to recognize that traditional Islam is backward, bloody, brutal and beastlike. Moreover, I am weary of people who can’t get indignant over the “honor” killings, genital mutilation of little girls, and the creeping of sharia law in America. It is not wise to […]

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…that James Monroe was not only our fifth President but also a congressman, senator and three-time Governor of Virginia? …that Monroe took a bullet in the chest at Trenton and received a commendation and promotion from General Washington? …that during his time as minister to France, he saved Tom Paine’ life and smuggled Lafayette out […]

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…that Julian the Apostate (died 363 A.D.) established the principle that an accused person should be considered innocent until proved guilty? …that the above principle was pretty good for a pagan? …that Julian dressed and lived like a monk even though he was a Roman Emperor even being celibate following the death of his wife? […]

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…that the Indian prime minister, Morarji Desai drank a glass of his own urine daily and lived to be 99 years old? …that his daily intake of fluids had nothing to do with his long life? …that Gibbon tells us that the church in Antioch consisted of 100,000 people in a city that had 500,000 […]

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Churches and Health Care Debate: Government Has Unlimited Power but Not Unlimited Authority!

Governments have almost unlimited power but they don’t have unlimited authority. British author, G. K. Chesterton, had lunch with Alexander Woollcott at a London restaurant discussing various issues ending with the difference between authority and power. Chesterton opined, “If a rhinoceros were to enter this restaurant now, there is no denying he would have great […]

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Jews Weeping Beside the Euphrates River!

Mighty empires waxed and waned in the land between the two rivers (Tigris and Euphrates) as Abraham, the father of the fledging nation of Israel died leaving his sons and grandsons to fulfill God’s promise of making them into a great nation. With passing of time, powerful nations demonstrated hatred toward the little embryonic Jewish […]

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Special! Special! Special! Save 90% on my books through December! My three eBooks are on very special sale by Amazon.com for .99. “The God Haters,” “ISLAM: America’s Trojan Horse!” and “Christian Resistance: An Idea Whose Time Has Come–Again!” They are ideal for friends and extended family members, neighbors, pastors, etc. Order them at the same […]

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Catholics Defy ObamaCare! What About Fundamentalist Churches and Universities?

The early Christian church had a period of 38 years of peace during which the Christians were softened by “good times.” Then Roman Emperor Decius issued an edict commanding everyone to sacrifice to their pagan gods within a specified period of time. Each citizen was required to offer sacrifice or burn incense and be issued […]

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