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-Judgment Day on May 21? I Don’t Think So

Monday, May 2nd, 2011

              (Image by Newbirth35 via Flickr) There are nearly 2,000 billboards around the world warning folks that the world is going to end as we know it on May 21. Some of the warnings are painted on cars, vans, and RV’s like the one shown here. This current prediction of doom and rapture is the […]

-Revolting Muslims Really Seeking New Caliphate and World Dominance?

Monday, February 28th, 2011

                                     (Image via Wikipedia) There is an under current and subtext to all of the revolts that are going on across the Muslim Middle East and North Africa. There is an Muslim dream and ideal that is being expressed that continues to go unreported because it does not meet the Western template nor does it […]

-Is God Finished with Israel and The Jews?

Friday, November 26th, 2010

(Image via Wikipedia) Isn’t God done with Israel? Didn’t the church replace the Jews as God’s people? I hear this from well meaning Christians from time to time. The answers are no and yes but not completely. It is plain from scripture that God is not done with Israel. Paul writes on this issue in […]

-Iranian Eschatology: Why They Call USA the ‘Great Satan’

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

(Image by Ben Piven via Flickr)   Today in Iran they are ‘celebrating’ the 31st anniversary of the capture of the American embassy by Islamist students. As usual mass protests are scheduled by the government and the authorities get to harangue the USA before hand picked crowds of thousands of students bussed to the capital […]

-Dueling Jesuses: Isa of Islam Vs. The Son of God of Christianity

Monday, December 14th, 2009

(Image by SweetCapture via Flickr) There really could be dueling Jesuses in the future—Isa-Almasih (Jesus Messiah in the Quran) of Islam verses Jesus Christ of Christianity. First of all the birth of Jesus is portrayed in similar ways by both religions but the results are quite different. Both teach that Mary was a virgin and […]