Monthly Archives: May 2011

Quote of the day

(speaking of Harold Camping’s May 21st prophesy failure) “The secular, especially the anti-religious, left, enjoy these spectacles of religious foolishness. They seem to confirm for them not only how absurd these end-of-days predictions are, but how absurd religion is in … Continue reading

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Quote of the day: May 21, 2011

But of that day and [that] hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father. – Mark 13:32 “… (false) prophets have been predicting the end times, and getting the dates … Continue reading

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Harold Camping’s May 21 Judgment Day Tragedy

Predictably, Harold Camping’s judgment day prophesy has now become something of a national joke. But it isn’t funny. All along I have had a two fold fear about this: First, that the Christian religion would once again be the subject … Continue reading

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The Lost Balloonist

The Lost Balloonist… A woman in a hot air balloon realized she was lost. She lowered her altitude and spotted a man in a boat below. She shouted to him, “Excuse me, can you help me? I promised a friend … Continue reading

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“But only the most gullible observers would accept GM’s profits as an appropriate measure of the wisdom of the auto bailout. Those profits speak only to the fact that politicians committed over $50 billion to the task of rescuing a … Continue reading

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“…the green movement promotes a blatantly anti-human, secular and even pagan worldview. A visit to the environmental section of any local bookstore will demonstrate that.” – E. Calvin Beisner Green movement is a false prophet

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“…talking about tax cuts for the rich brings in votes for the politicians, even if it doesn’t bring in any revenue for the government” – Thomas Sowell Thomas Sowell debunks taxing the rich…

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