When we give billions to bail out farmers, it’s called being “fair”. Billions to bail out the banks, “good for the economy”. But money for the homeless veterans, health insurance for the sick or social security for the elderly? Oh my god no! That’s socialism! – Dave Vescio
Daily Archives: 17 Nov 2018
The faithful man has perished from the earth, And there is no one upright among men. They all lie in wait for blood; Every man hunts his brother with a net. That they may successfully do evil with both hands– The prince asks for gifts, The judge seeks a bribe, And the great man utters his evil desire; So they scheme together. The best of them is like a brier; The most upright is sharper than a thorn hedge; The day of your watchman and your punishment comes; Now shall be their perplexity.
Do not trust in a friend; Do not put your confidence in a companion; Guard the doors of your mouth From her who lies in your bosom. For son dishonors father, Daughter rises against her mother, Daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law; A man’s enemies are the men of his own household. Therefore I will look to the LORD; I will wait for the God of my salvation; My God will hear me. (Mic. 7:1-7)
Man Who Was Wished ‘Happy Holidays’ Knows Exactly What The Persecuted Church In China Is Going Through
The Bee with more Pulitzer worthy reporting- this time on the persecuted Church in America. Pray, brothers, pray!…
This looks like it will be a lot of fun!
The Centre for the Critical Study of Apocalyptic and Millenarian Movements (CenSAMM) is pleased to announce its first annual conference, to be held at the University of Bedfordshire (Bedford Campus) 27-28 June 2019.
The theme of the conference is The Study of Apocalyptic and Millenarian Movements: Critical and Interdisciplinary Approaches.
The aim of the conference is to facilitate critical and interdisciplinary discussion of apocalypticism, millenarianism and associated movements across time, place, and culture, and will cover academic fields such as anthropology, archaeology, biblical studies, critical theory, cultural studies, history, literary studies, political studies, psychology, religious studies, sociology, etc. The interdisciplinary scope is broadly understood to include methodologies, comparative approaches, and showcasing of research more specific to individual fields of expertise.
Who knows, since I’m not there. Follow #sblaar18 on the twitter for all the doings and sights and papers and fun…