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Manufacturing Division: Is Black Lives Matter truly Marxist or a front for the ruling elite? — Adara Press

“Every big firm from McDonald’s to Apple has doffed its cap to Black Lives Matter. Even members of the royal family – the epitome of inherited power and privilege – have backed BLM. When you have the backing of these … Continue reading

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Media Distortions on “Vehicle Attacks” at Protests

While leftist extremists continue to violently tear down everything they can get their dirty mitts on throughout the nation, their enablers in the mainstream press are warning us about yet another looming wave of white-supremacist far-right violence that, as usual, … Continue reading

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Review: Wait With Me — Bob on Books

Wait With Me, Jason Gaboury. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press/Formatio, 2020. Summary: Proposes that the experience of loneliness is an invitation to grow in our friendship with God. “To be human is to be lonely.” These words, spoken by Friar Ugo, … Continue reading

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“Ask China” — Triablogue

1. It’s obvious the reporter was asking Trump a loaded question. Baiting Trump. Of course, the mainstream media doesn’t focus on her loaded question. Just Trump’s response. 232 more words via “Ask China” — Triablogue

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Should we warn children about hell? — Triablogue

Looming large in many deconversion accounts are apostates who complain that their parents terrorized them by threatening them with hell. Their childhood was haunted by fear of God. 548 more words via Should we warn children about hell? — Triablogue

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Was 1 Peter Written to Jews or Gentiles? Why the Answer Matters More Than You Might Think — Theology Pathfinder

The opening line of 1 Peter identifies it as a letter from “Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ: To those chosen, living as exiles dispersed abroad in Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia…” (1:1, CSB). At first blush, the wording … Continue reading

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Plague and providence — Triablogue

1. Thus far I haven’t commented on the pandemic from a theodical standpoint. One reason is that I’ve written so much about theodicy in general that anything I have to say about the pandemic is apt to be repetitious to … Continue reading

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Parsing the tree of knowledge — Triablogue

9 The tree of life was in the midst of the garden, and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil…17 but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the … Continue reading

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Understanding Why Hamas Refuses to Recognize Israel — Vridar

As a follow on from the previous post it seems appropriate to post one more piece from Alastair Crooke. As a diplomat Crooke had direct meetings with Hamas leaders so what he writes should have some credibility. 21 more words via … Continue reading

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Jesus Came (End of Story?) — Vridar

A little detail in the previous post has kept me awake at night (maybe as long as a minute), wondering. It is Matthew 28:18-19 Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been … Continue reading

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