Is Wetiko the Next Pandemic?

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https://midwestoutreach.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/fantasy-g8ca25ab24_640.jpg https://midwestoutreach.org/2022/02/24/is-wetiko-the-next-pandemic/ Within the New Age, there is a belief that: for several thousands of years human beings have suffered from a plague, a disease worse than leprosy, a sickness worse than malaria, a malady much more terrible than smallpox.”1 According to its adherents, this disease is called the Wetiko mind virus and is the … Continue reading Is Wetiko the Next Pandemic?

How Do We Enslave Ourselves to the Law?

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Many people today may not realize that the very first civil rights act was passed in 1866 by Republicans in Congress. The Civil Rights Act of 1866 was the first federal law to define citizenship and affirm all citizens equal protection under the law. However, this act was not strong enough to ensure the abolishment … Continue reading How Do We Enslave Ourselves to the Law?

The Abrahamic Family House: True Inter-Religious Fraternity or the Beginning of a Revelation 13 and 17 Scenario?

The Abrahamic Family House The Bible cautions us that in the end times there will be many false prophets, teachers, and doctrines that will seek to denigrate the truth of the Word of God, undermine the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and deceive the true believers in Christ. Today, this truth is manifesting itself as The Abrahamic … Continue reading The Abrahamic Family House: True Inter-Religious Fraternity or the Beginning of a Revelation 13 and 17 Scenario?

Christ in the Americas? – Ponderize Episode 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YdrHEtnZLY I just heard Elder Suicide speak in person and his arguments are so clever that I had to share them with you all! He is a former Mormon missionary who explores the apex of the Book of Mormon narrative: The Resurrected Christ visited the ancient peoples here on the American Continent. This series will … Continue reading Christ in the Americas? – Ponderize Episode 1

Should Your Kids Be Watching Anime?

Photo by mentatdgt on Pexels.com Click here to listen to Stephanie's workshop from the Engage 2021 Conference in Chicago, IL..Click here for her notes from the workshop. The infiltration of anime into our homes is not something to be taken lightly. Most anime is not family friendly, and despite it being in a cartoon format, the messages … Continue reading Should Your Kids Be Watching Anime?

The Odds Are Always in Favor of the House: Scientific Problems with Origin-of-Life Explanations that Rely on Chemical Evolution

Introduction One of my favorite movies is Ocean’s 13 ¬– despite the fact that I’m not into gambling – because it shows the incredible amount of effort it would take to beat the casino’s odds of winning – the odds are always in favor of the house. The movie lays out a plan hatched by … Continue reading The Odds Are Always in Favor of the House: Scientific Problems with Origin-of-Life Explanations that Rely on Chemical Evolution

How Artificial Neural Networks Point to Intelligent Design

Introduction Ten years ago, when I was working towards my master’s degree in Geographic Information Systems at Penn State University, I never thought my education in geospatial networking and statistical modeling would help me to appreciate how God designed biological neural networks. At that time, knowing how geospatial network data is constructed for GPS units … Continue reading How Artificial Neural Networks Point to Intelligent Design

Understanding the Ecumenism of Peter Kreeft

Introduction As a fundamentalist evangelical do you often find yourself getting aggravated when Christians say that Christians and Muslims worship the same God? Are you thoroughly confused when you see posts on social media of Christian women wearing the hijab out of solidarity with their “Muslim sisters”? How about interfaith dialogue? Should Christians be having … Continue reading Understanding the Ecumenism of Peter Kreeft

Critical Thinking

by Jim Choury of Haven Ministries A little over half way through this essay, I express the importance of first asking “What is it?” when delving into an inquiry.  In other words, what category does whatever one is examining fall into?  We wouldn’t want to use a hammer where a pipe wrench is called for.  And we wouldn’t … Continue reading Critical Thinking