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Bible in the News

  • Satan Has His Day: Bible Morality Blamed for Suicide of Teen

    by Larry Spargimino

    Joshua Alcorn Transgender teen Joshua/Leelah Alcorn

    With two companies in America being sued recently as the federal government filed its first-ever federal lawsuits for transgender discrimination (Reuters), Bible morality is being placed on even more shaky ground.

    Michael Brown, writing for Charisma, reports on the headlines: “Transgender teenager, 17, leaves heartbreaking suicide note blaming her Christian parents before walking in front of a tractor trailer on highway.” Is there blood on the hands of these Christian parents?

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  • First-hand Testimony on the Plight of Yazidi and Christian Minorities

    by Larry Spargimino

    Sister Hatune Dogan Sister Hatune Dogan is a Syrian Orthodox nun. She was born in Turkey, but her family fled to Germany to escape persecution. She now works in the field to help persecuted Christians all over the world, especially in the Middle East.

    While Americans are singing about “peace on earth,” an Orthodox nun tells, from firsthand experience, of atrocities that show that peace will not come until the Messiah arrives.

    Sister Hatune Dogan was in the United States recently warning Americans and church groups about radical Islam. She claims that ISIS is nothing new. It’s just the re-emergence of Islam’s dark side. As quoted from a report in WorldNetDaily, “ISIS is real Muslim believers who like to follow the Quran and Muhammad.”

    Sister Hatune believes Christians in the West should learn what is written in the Muslim holy book. “If they did,” we read in the WND report, “they would realize that the Islamic State, also called ISIS, is not doing anything that hasn’t been done in the past by devout Muslims who have conquered a people they see as ‘infidels.”

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  • A Party of Demons

    by Larry Spargimino

    Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un

    According to a Clarion Project report, the Iranian and North Korean nuclear weapons and cyber warfare programs are a single entity working under the umbrella of destroying America and Israel. However, Americans who have been outraged at the apparent appeasement of the two now have an opportunity to undermine the nefarious program.

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  • What's Behind the Falling Oil Prices

    by Carol Rushton

    gas-pumpAmericans are thrilled with the recent drop in gas prices. Many gas stations in Oklahoma City are selling gas for under $2.00 a gallon. Crude oil prices are under $60.00 a barrel.

    Why are oil prices dropping so dramatically?

    Technological advancements have allowed the U.S. shale industry to expand and become very profitable. Along with the increase of traditional production, the U.S. overtook Saudi Arabia in 2014 as the global leader in oil production.

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  • Electronic Payment Revolution

    by David Schnittger

    pay_nowThe Book of Revelation foresees a time during the Tribulation when technology and global controllers will combine to confront humanity with a life-and-death choice. This is recorded in Revelation 13:16-17: "And he causeth all, but small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name." While complying with this directive may net an individual a few more years of temporal life, it will, at the same time, cause him to forfeit any prospect of eternal life. Revelation 14:9-10 states: "... If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand, The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone...."

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  • WeCU

    by Larry Spargimino

    tiny dynamoMarcella Rosen, president of Untold News, has written an informative book titled Tiny Dynamo: How One of the World's Smallest Countries Is Producing Some of Our Most Important Inventions.

    Bill Gates, chairman of Microsoft Corporation, said this about the book: "Israel is, by many measures, the country, relative to its population, that's done the most to contribute to the technology revolution."

    Warren Buffett, chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, Inc., said something similar: "If you go to the Middle East looking for oil, you don't need to stop in Israel, ... but if you go looking for brains, for energy, for integrity, for imagination ... it's the only stop you need to make in the Middle East."

    The book shares details about some of Israel's fascinating discoveries. Who knew that advances in robotic spinal surgery, desalting the ocean, and the flash drive were born in Israel?

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  • Traitor, Traitor

    by David Schnittger

    cuba-07657392“Traitor, Traitor!” These are the words that rang out in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami as Cuban Americans reacted to President Obama’s announcement that the U.S. was normalizing relations with Cuba after severing ties more than 50 years ago. We read details of their reaction in a December 18, 2014, article by Alan Gomez and Morisol Bello entitled “Reaction in Little Havana: Deal is ‘ultimate bailout’” (

    “In the Little Havana neighborhood—the unofficial political heart of this city, where more than half the population, 54%, is of Cuban descent—hardliners protested with signs decrying Obama’s move and chanting, ‘Traitor, traitor.’

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  • Demonizing Law Enforcement Officers: Adding Fuel to the Fire

    by Larry Spargimino

    Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, ambushed officers Liu Wenjin and Raphael Ramos as they sat in their marked patrol car Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, ambushed officers Liu Wenjin and Raphael Ramos as they sat in their marked patrol car

    When two New York City police officers, Wenjian Liu and Raphael Ramos, were fatally shot in their patrol car in Brooklyn, they joined a small fraternity of law enforcement officers who are the victims of homicide in the line of duty each year.

    According to a CBS News report titled "Profile of a cop killing," 76 police officers were killed in the line of duty in the United States in 2013. Twenty-seven officers were victims of homicide, including five who, like Liu and Ramos, were ambushed.

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