The Verdict of Reason When it comes to the Bible, serious Christians have a bit of a problem. In order to use the revealed-Scriptures as a source of authority, we must establish its accuracy. Put another way: If we are to claim that Scripture is inerrant: It must be accurate…in all its details. That’s quite a tall order. So let’s begin the test. TESTING THE SCRIPTURES We’ll begin to test the veracity of the Scriptures by looking at the documents themselves. How do we know that what we are reading is the ‘Word of God’? Almost unanimously the early church accepted the Old Testament scriptures of the Judaic tradition. As to the New Testament, the 27 Books were finally officially established by the ratification of Church Councils held during the 4th century. Both the Eastern and Western forms of the Church adopted the books now widely held as being worthy of the designation of Holy Scripture. This was in many ways an approval of the already held practices of the Church at large. ... [More]


For the past several weeks we've been unwrapping the blueprint revealed by the Illuminati for bringing in their coveted New World Order. For them it is to be a return worship of Nimrod & Semiramis and the occult gods of the ancient's; in actuality the worship of Satan himself. This struggle is an ages-long struggle that had its antecedents in Jesus' dealings with the Pharisees. Throughout Christ’s ministry here on earth we see Him spreading the good news of God’s love, His compassion demonstrated through healing and His offer of forgiveness to all that would accept it. Yet Jesus’ confrontational attitude toward the Pharisees and religious ‘Powers-That-Be’, and His characterization of them as “whitewashed tombs” whose father was the devil himself was certainly remarkable and possibly puzzling. Now however, scholars are increasingly uncovering a link to the occult that would explain the necessity for His unwavering attitude. AS BEFORE……….SO AGAIN “Jesus said to them, ‘If God ... [More]


We shouldn’t be surprised! There were warnings dating back to at least last summer. At that time the State of Texas issued a law enforcement bulletin entitled “ISIS Interest on the US Southwest Border,” which detailed the terror group’s interest in infiltrating America’s porous Southwest border with Mexico.[i] Then at the end of April of this year, Dave Hodges of The Common Sense Show published a letter from a Texas Ranger that revealed that the Rangers were taking the ISIS threat very seriously. “Our intelligence indicates that they have enough manpower & firepower to subdue a small town,” and that they were “expecting an attack on more than one Texas city or town by ISIS and/or any of their partners.”[ii] Then came the ‘Draw Muhammad’ event in Garland, Texas in which participants were to produce caricatures of the Prophet. That brought 2 ISIS sympathizers to the event bent on jihad. Wearing body armor, they opened fire with military assault rifles, wounding a security guard in ... [More]