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Pope Seeks Re-unification of Catholic and Protestant Churches


A.D. 1997 "Devils Advocate" starring Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves [courtesy Google Images]

A.D. 1997 “Devils Advocate” starring Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves
[courtesy Google Images]

If I understand correctly, in End Times, there’ll be a single, global church that operates under the authority of the Anti-Christ.  Those who don’t join that singular church, will be executed.

Ever since Martin Luther caused a schism between the Catholic church and, what ultimately became thousands of Protestant denominations, the existence of a single, unified and global church seemed unlikely.

However, the following video offers an interesting analysis of a meeting earlier this year when Pope Francis and his Protestant representative Tony Palmer (a South African Bishop with the Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches), advocated a single, re-unified Church–presumably under Catholic authority.

I know that you can’t judge a book or a priest by their “covers,” but Tony Palmer’s appearance fascinates.  Slick hair.  Long eyelashes.  Beard.  Unusual eyebrows (did he pluck his eyebrows?).  Charismatic.  I don’t know if I’m watching a priest or a heavy metal rock star.  Palmer may be a great man, but something about that guy creeps me out.  If I were in charge of producing a remake of the A.D. 1997 movie “Devil’s Advocate,” I’d try to cast Bishop Tony Palmer for one of the lead roles.  To me, he looks the part.

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Posted by on April 6, 2014 in Bible, Christianity, End Times, Video

 

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Standing Firm


Peter's Martyrdom [courtesy Google Images]

Peter’s Martyrdom
[courtesy Google Images]

Two verses in the King James Version of Bible quote the Messiah and always resonate with me:

1)      Matthew 24:13—“But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved,”  and,

2)       Mark 13:13—“And ye shall be hated of all men for my name’s sake: but he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.”

A more contemporary translation of the central point of each verse is: “he who stands firm to the end shall be saved”.

In other words, he who “stands firm” in his faith in the Messiah until the “end” of his earthly life shall be saved.

The verses strike me as important because, if they are accurately translated, if they are true, and if they apply to all, then those who believe they’ve been “saved” at the age of 14, or 35 or 68, etc. may be mistaken—and that mistake might imperil their salvation.

Note that the verses declare that “those who stand firm to the end shall be saved.”

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Posted by on March 23, 2014 in Bible, Christianity

 

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President of the former “Evil Empire” Advocates Morality and Christianity


What irony, hmm?  In A.D. 1983, President Reagan described the former Soviet Union as the “evil empire”. Just eight years later (in A.D. 1991) the Soviet Union collapsed and ceased to exist.

Today, while the US government abandons Christianity and embraces homosexuality and Islam, Russian President Putin advocates that Russia must be a moral and Christian nation.

As Putin has already asked, “Who’s the ‘evil empire,’ now?!”–the US or Russia?

Insofar as morality and Christianity are critical to building strong nations, who do you suppose will win the struggle for national growth and strength–Russia or the US? Which “evil empire” is most likely to collapse in the next few years? The Christian nation whose government has turned away from God? Or the formerly atheist nation that’s turned back to God?

Insofar as any nation is inspired and given a sense of national identity by its leaders, who will best increase the public confidence and his nation’s ability to prosper–Obama or Putin?

It’s shameful that none of America’s leaders are as outspoken and determined to do what’s best for The United States of America as President Putin is for Russia.

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Posted by on March 18, 2014 in Christianity, Obama, Values, Video

 

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Tuesday Night Radio: Michael Ellis on the IRS


American Independence Hour hosted by Alfred Adask; 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM Central time, Tuesday nights, on AmericanVoiceRadio.com and also on the KU band, free-to-air satellite link at Galaxy 19.  There’ll be call-ins at 1-800-596-8191

American Independence Hour--Internet Radio [courtesy Google Images]

American Independence Hour–Internet Radio
[courtesy Google Images]

I’ve known Michael Ellis for about 20 years.  He’s articulate, intelligent, and a man who really loves the Good LORD.

I’ve previously published one of Michael’s documents on this blog at:  http://adask.wordpress.com/2012/02/16/irs-no-authority-for-substitute-for-return-for-1040-income-tax-return/

If I were crosswise with the IRS, and if I thought I was in over my head and unable to stop the IRS on my own, Micheal Ellis is the man I’d call.

Michael is tonight’s guest.  The program should be fun and enlightening.

I hope you’ll tune in.

 
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Posted by on March 18, 2014 in Bible, Christianity, Income Tax, IRS, Radio

 

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Tonight’s Radio Show: Pastor Eric Philpot


American Independence Hour hosted by Alfred Adask; 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM Central time, Tuesday nights, on AmericanVoiceRadio.com and also on the KU band, free-to-air satellite link at Galaxy 19.  There’ll be call-ins at 1-800-596-8191.

American Independence Hour--Internet Radio [courtesy Google Images]

American Independence Hour–Internet Radio
[courtesy Google Images]

My guest tonight will be Eric Philpot–the Pastor at the Cross Life Church that I attend.  That church is non-501(c)3.  Pastor Eric is a former infantry officer in the US Army, currently supports himself as an executive in a concrete production plant, and funds the church out of his own pocket. In the 6 or 8 months I’ve attended, no one has ever passed a hat or a collection plate to fund the church.  That impresses me–not because I’m cheap, but it’s evidence that Pastor Philpot is “for real” and not in it for the money.

Pastor Philpot is outspoken,articulate, passionate and spiritual.  He is not politically correct.  If things go well, this may be an excellent program

I’m looking forward to our 2 hour interview.

If you have any questions about religion that you’d like us to consider, please call in at 1-800-596-8191

 
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Posted by on February 11, 2014 in American Independence Hour, Bible, Christianity, Radio

 

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“The Brave German Woman”–may her tribe increase


This woman seeks a spiritual rebirth for Germany.

There’s still a remnant in this world.

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Posted by on February 11, 2014 in Bible, Christianity, Muslims

 

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A NON-501(c)3 Church


Pastor Eric Philpot Cross Life Church [courtesy Google Images]

Pastor Eric Philpot
Cross Life Church
[courtesy Google Images]

In response to an earlier post (“WWJD”) on this blog, one of my readers wrote the following reply to someone else’s comment:

“@ > ‘tax-exempted entities’, …”

“IF IF IF you mean those 501 C3 type v. “NON 501 C3 or whatever the number is, churches, the only difference is just that, nothing else. I can go to either & get the same B.S. sermons. And, I say this because I have visited both types. Maybe I misunderstood your comment, if so, I apologize.”

Here’s my reply:

You apparently believe that all Christian churches deliver nothing but B.S. sermons.  There’s a lot of truth to that, but it’s not entirely true.  I attend a non-501(c)3 church each Sunday afternoon.  The pastor is Eric Philpot, a former infantry captain in the U.S. Army.

I’ve attended his “Cross Life Church” for about four months.  The meetings are held at a local hotel conference room, and typically attract an audience of 25 to 50 people.

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Posted by on January 11, 2014 in 501(c)3 Churches, Bible, Christianity, Values, Video

 

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Mr. & Mrs. Davis


Rudy Davis (for some reason, I couldn't capture an image of Erin off the internet)

Rudy Davis (for some reason, I couldn’t capture an image of Erin off the internet)

I’ve been involved in “legal reform” and/or “patriot” issues for 30 years.  During that time, I’ve seen the toll this kind of activity takes on families.  Almost always, if one spouse (usually, but not always, the husband) becomes passionately involved in “legal reform,” the other spouse (usually, but not always, the wife) becomes frightened.  The passionate spouse becomes bold and willing to risk all for God or country.  The frightened spouse becomes convinced that by standing up to government, they may lose their home, their wealth, and their liberty.  The resulting tensions tend to precipitate divorce.

Only rarely have I seen two spouses who are equally passionate in their resistance to government corruption and treason and able to withstand the resulting stress without risking divorce.  Rudy and Erin Davis are one of those rare couples.

They met each other at a “birther” meeting in New York.  Both were passionate about the idea that Obama was not born in the US and was therefore ineligible to be President.  They married shortly thereafter and have pretty much dedicated their lives to the Good LORD (Number 1) and the “birther” movement (Number 2).

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Posted by on December 3, 2013 in 2nd Amendment, Christianity, Dissidents, Resistance, Video

 

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Fire Wars


Fire Wars  [courtesy Google Images]

Fire Wars
[courtesy Google Images]

I recently posted an article about Dr. Bill Warner who described the Muslim’s persistent history of waging war.  Dr. Warner warned that Muslims have waged economic warfare for centuries. This economic warfare can be described as “death by a thousand cuts” and includes a multitude of small attacks on elements of a nation’s economy rather than open and direct attacks on a nation’s military.  Some people may have thought that Dr. Warner’s warnings were “over-the-top” and alarmist rather than reasonable.  The video below suggests that Dr. Warner may be a lot closer to the truth than we might first suppose.

Al Qaeda is the name of a Muslim guerrilla organization that was allegedly created by Osama bin Laden and was accused of being responsible for the 9/11 attacks in A.D. 2001 that killed over 3,000 Americans.  

Based on those attacks, America has since been turned into a goddamned police state to allegedly protect Americans from goddamned terrorists like Al Qaeda. Nevertheless, there are current news reports that the US government is channeling funds to Al Qaeda operatives fighting to overthrow the Syrian government.  Senator John McCain–an alleged “Republican” and former presidential candidate–has recently advocated giving Al Qaeda more weapons.  

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Intriguing Hypothesis on Islam


[courtesy Google Images]

[courtesy Google Images]

Dr. Bill Warner is a scientist who’s collated considerable new archeological data that wasn’t previously recognized concerning the Islamic faith and culture. Based on that new data, he offers a new hypothesis concerning the fundamental nature and historical impact of Islam.

I don’t know that he’s right.   As with any new hypothesis–especially one dealing with the fundamental nature of a religion–we’re all hesitant and even anxious about accepting radical new ideas as true.  And rightfully so.  Anyone who comes up with a new “big idea” has to expect that idea will be avoided, ignored, ridiculed and even attacked before it is (if ever) accepted.  These attacks can be painful but they’re a good thing in that they “test” the new idea to see how much of it, if any, is true–and how much is false or idiotic.

Still, the fact that Dr. Warner’s radical hypothesis might be mistaken doesn’t prove that his ideas can’t be fundamentally correct.

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Posted by on September 4, 2013 in Bible, Christendom, Christianity, Muslims, Video

 

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