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  • World Leaders stand against terrorism at Paris rally
    What's better than 40 leaders promoting peace? Actually, who's better?
    To promote peace, forty world leaders recently joined together at an anti-terrorism rally in Paris. After the recent terror attack there, it was inspiring to see the collection of leaders standing together against evil, sin, and the deaths of the...
  • Charlie Hebdo Tragedy: Bad Guys Who Were Willing to Act
    Charlie Hebdo Tragedy: Bad Guys Who Were Willing to Act
    THOUGHT OF THE DAY. I wrote an article on January 6, 2015 how thoughts are theoretical unless there is a conviction to act (Selma: Why I Write About the Sharp Points of Life). As an example, I cited the civil rights students in 1965 who risked...
  • Destruction of America
    The death of America
    Why look for illustrated Bible messages, when much of the history recorded in the Bible, is being played out right now, in our present? An example of this truth is written in Genesis, “And God saw that the wickedness of man was great in the...
  • Payback?
    NYPD officers assasinated: the big payback?
    Evil produces evil. Yes, people laid in the streets, in protest, proving black lives matter. Who is going to lay in the streets now that police officers were killed in NYC? Will the family, friends and the people who are of the same ethnicity,...
  • See No Evil
    Blinded by Darkness: The Denial of Evil and its Impact on Psychiatric Treatment
    “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing”Edmund BurkeA therapist advises a woman who’s been stalked and harassed by her psychopathic ex-husband to meet him over coffee to address co...
  • Spirit Energy
    THE DEMONOLOGIST AND THE EXORCIST: How Do They Differ?
    THE DEMONOLOGIST AND THE EXORCIST: How Do They Differ?Note to readers: All articles are non-opinion writings; they are informational/research-based pieces from a variety of sources for those interested in the topics presented.THE ROLESThere has...
  • Satan Before the Lord
    Billy Graham waffling on Satan’s status
    One of the classic principles of logic is the law of contradiction that states two contradictory statements can not both be true at the same time. The statements “Qubobs have exactly four sides” and “Qubobs have exactly three...
  • How Republicans took the moral low ground and lost
    How Republicans took the moral low ground and lost
    Xenophobia is a fear of strangers. It is an illogical fear of someone with a different color, gender, national origin or even political affiliation. When such fear takes over all logic goes out the window. We no longer use our minds to reason but...
  • "Dateline" 11142104
    NBC 'Dateline' Michelle has no tears over dead husband 'The Root of All Evil'
    “Dateline” (NBC) can be seen each Friday evening at 8/7 p.m. Friday night's episode on Nov. 14, 2014 was called, “The Root of All Evil.” In the overnight TV ratings it garnered 7.97 million TV viewers overall. It...
  • "Dateline" TV Preview
    NBC 'Dateline' Keith Morrison goes to 'Jonesboro' in 'The Root of All Evil'
    “Dateline” (NBC) can be seen each Friday evening at 8/7 p.m. This week's upcoming episode is called, “The Root of All Evil” & will air on Nov. 14, 2014. Keith Morrison travels to Jonesboro, Arkansas to report on the...
  • Hexenkopf Rock
    Hexenkopf Rock
    Hexenkopf Rock is a large, hilly cluster of rocks which you’d probably walk right past if you didn’t know its long history of witchcraft, evil spirits, death and curses.Ancient Indian tribes performed rituals of healing there, drawing...
  • Night Terror
    Interview with Jeff Gunhus, author of 'Night Terror'
    Our guest today is Jeff Gunhus, author of the supernatural thriller horror novel, Night Terror. Jeff is the author of both adult thrillers and the Middle Grade/YA series, The Templar Chronicles. The first book, Jack Templar Monster Hunter, was...
  • A metallic skull
    Battling Evil: Iraqi Christians join the fight against ISIS
    In a world that's filled with evil and sinful men, war is undoubtedly inevitable. Sometimes war is necessary, especially when there are people in this world intent on destroying, killing and imposing their will on innocents.Sometimes the only...
  • The never-ending problem of evil
    The never-ending problem of evil
    From Isis to Boko Haram, evil groups just seem to continue to pop up out of nowhere. We think we have stopped all evil or had the war to end all wars and then we have another school shooting or are exasperated by feeling forced into yet another...
  • James Dawes
    Does U.S. face a danger by calling ISIS 'evil'?
    What would you call a group of well-trained, well-funded, bloodthirsty militants with utterly no qualms about beheading children in its quest to spread itsreligious fanaticism? The Obama administration, for reasons difficult to fathom, won't...