Daily Archives: 7 Feb 2017
Steven Bancarz used to be enamored with the occult. He actively participated in astral projection, Christ-consciousness and more. But now he’s out to expose the New Age and the presence of the occult in seemingly mundane events, like the … Continue reading
After living in the United States for over a hundred years, the French-born Statue of Liberty was detained and deported Tuesday by direct order of President Donald Trump, sources confirmed. The deportation of the iconic statue is just the latest … Continue reading
Gareth Jones, our Principal at Ming Hua, is visiting here in the States for a bit and he stopped by Knoxville where we met for lunch at one of his favorite spots- Cracker Barrel and we discussed plans for J-Term … Continue reading
If you treat sex like it’s the moral equivalent of kissing or going to McDonald’s, you lack ethics and morality. Evidently that truth is completely unknown to young people (and some old people) today. Someone has failed you or you … Continue reading
Emidio Campi, “Die Schweiz – ein Nebenkrater der Reformation?” in Günter Frank, Volker Leppin, Herman J. Selderhuis (eds.), Wem gehört die Reformation? Nationale und konfessionelle Dispositionen der Reformationsdeutung, Freiburg-Basel-Wien: Herder, 2013, 121-153. You can download a pdf for yourself here.
Here’s an interesting essay: The period following the Maccabean Revolt ushered in tremendous expansion in the city of Jerusalem and even on the Har Habayit (Temple Mount). Jerusalem expanded westward to include the area known as the Upper City and … Continue reading
For those of you unfamiliar with the Examiner… think National Enquirer without the actual journalists.
On January 21st, 1525 the Council forbade the private meetings of the Baptists and banished the foreigners among their members. Up to this time the Baptists merely protested against infant baptism, but had not ventured upon baptising adults who had … Continue reading