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End Times Prophecy Headlines: May 9, 2014

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End Times Prophecy Report
May 9, 2014

CommentaryAnd OPINION

Remember when “The Weekend” was held up as some sort of oasis of fun(d) and adventure?


RUSSIA: Russian aircraft carrier sails into the English Channel

RUSSIA: Putin oversees Russian Nuke Forces Exercise

UKRAINE: Ukrainian Jews force defense force to combat anti-Semitic attacks

AUSTRALIA; Aussies are the happiest people on the planet – but Americans aren’t far behind at number 7…and they have the most disposable income – “Happy” is such a subjective word.

AFGHANISTAN: Mysterious UFO filmed blitzing Taliban base in Afghanistan – So ET is on our side in Afghanistan?

NORTH KOREA: Why there won’t be a “North Korean Spring” – Caution: when the reader sees “Why” or “How” in the headline, what follows is a narrative; a storyline, a script.

CHINA:China considers building a rail link to AMERICA: 8,000-mile journey would…

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Megapastor launches multi-faith effort on climate change

Megapastor launches multi-faith effort on climate change

(Orlando Sentinel) Pastor Joel Hunter announced Wednesday that he is launching an inter-faith initiative to raise awareness and action regarding climate change.

The iniative, called Blessed Tomorrow, brings together Muslim, Jewish, Catholic and Protestant faith leaders who have pledged to work with their congregations and communities in response to climate change.

Why Do People Leave the Church?

Zwinglius Redivivus

Someone asked me the other day, in a conversation we were having on a completely different topic, ‘why did so and so leave the Church?’

There are, as you can imagine, a lot of reasons usually given for why people leave the church but they all boil down to two basic reasons.

First, people leave the Church because – as Jesus explained in his parable of the seed – they have no spiritual depth and let other concerns dominate their lives:

“Behold, the sower went out to sow, and while he was sowing, some seed fell on the side of the path, and the birds came and devoured it. And other seed fell on the rocky ground, where it did not have much soil, and it sprang up at once because it did not have any depth of soil. But when the sun rose it was scorched, and because it…

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Media Slant: A Question of Cause and Effect

Consumers of the news, both from television and print, sometimes feel that they are getting not just the facts but also a sizable dose of ideological spin. Yet have you ever wondered about the root cause of the varying political slants of different media outlets?

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Report: Journalists Are Miserable, Liberal, Over-Educated, Under-Paid, Middle-Aged Men

Today, the term ink-stained wretches is exactly one-third accurate.

Journalists aren’t quite so blotched from pens and printers, now that the newspaper die-out has wiped out 50 years of advertising gains in a decade. With cleaner shirts, less paper, and worse pay, we’re more like carpal-tunnel wretches. We’re older on average than we used to be, slightly more moral, and far more lugubrious about the future of our profession.

Here is the state of the American journalist, according to a survey from Indiana University.

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For Justices, Free Speech Often Means ‘Speech I Agree With’

. . . “While liberal justices are over all more supportive of free speech claims than conservative justices,” the study found, “the votes of both liberal and conservative justices tend to reflect their preferences toward the ideological groupings of the speaker.”

Social science calls this kind of thing “in-group bias.” The impact of such bias on judicial behavior has not been explored in much detail, though earlier studies have found that female appeals court judges are more likely to vote for plaintiffs in sexual harassment and sex discrimination suits.

Lee Epstein, a political scientist and law professor who conducted the new study with two colleagues, said it showed the justices to be “opportunistic free speech advocates.”

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Online ID System Would Allow Government Unprecedented Power To Control Your Access To The Internet

A White House dream dating back several years may soon become a reality: The idea of a single, secure online ID that Americans could use to verify their identity across multiple websites, starting with local government services. This idea that has been likened to “driver’s license for the internet”, and has also been described as both convenient and scary…….. Click here for full story

Oneness Pentecostalism: An Analysis (Not Your Grandpa’s Anti-Trinitarianism)

In this brief analysis, I would like to describe the movement known as Oneness Pentecostalism, identify its theological core, and explain what is at stake in arguments over Oneness doctrine. I will not cite Oneness authors at length nor interact with their arguments directly. Instead, speaking as an evangelical trinitarian to other evangelical trinitarians, I would like to recommend the strategic direction that evangelical engagement with Oneness groups should follow.

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