SciFriday: Of Bees and Babel

December 13, 2019

Technology plays a key role in so-called grassroots protest movements. What the protesters don’t realize is that they’re pawns in a mind control scheme with a goal in mind that has little to do with their protests.

US Government Lied About War in Afghanistan

December 12, 2019

Government documents obtained by the Washington Post show that the United States government has been lying about America’s longest war. This shouldn’t surprise us; fifty years ago, the government lied about how the war in Vietnam was going, too.

Liberals Destroy Language for Equality, or Something

December 11, 2019

Colleges are using the word “alumnx” in the incorrect belief that “alumni” is gender-specific. This is inspired by the growing use of “Latinx” to replace the non-gender-specific “Latino,” a trend that annoys Spanish speakers.

Tom Horn and Wormwood

December 10, 2019

Sharon and I were honored to be invited to appear on The Jim Bakker Show with Tom Horn as he described his new book The Wormwood Prophecy.

Impeached for Wrongthink

December 10, 2019

The House Judiciary Committee’s report, issued Saturday, was written before it heard testimony from constitutional scholars and argues that President Trump can be impeached even if he committed no crime because his “motives” were bad.

Unraveling Revelation: Sardis – The Dead Church

December 9, 2019

WE MOVE to the fifth of the seven churches of Asia named in Revelation, Sardis. We explain how Jesus used that city’s infamous tendency to be overrun by enemies even though it was built with nearly impregnable natural defenses, and the city’s worship of the goddess Artemis, to chastise the church for being dead despite its reputation for being alive.

‘Miserable comforters’

December 8, 2019

JOB CONTINUES his lament this week, openly wishing that he could hide in Sheol until God’s anger was past. In response, Eliphaz the Temanite accuses Job of guilt, asserting that God only punishes the wicked — something that we know is true, but judgment doesn’t always happen when we want it.

SciFriday: From Mount Hermon to DARPA

December 6, 2019

Innovation in science and technology isn’t evil, but it’s a powerful lure that draws humanity back to the false promise of the serpent in Eden: Ye shall be as gods.

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