You are really reaching on this prophecy thing ["Pope Francis history's 'final' pontiff?"]. To my mind and eyes, it does NOT fit at all. The way you do this, I could be Petrus Romanus.
I do not get why you all want to have a cataclysm and eventually DIE! So let us focus on Obama, and get him undone. Leave the divine order to the divine.
At WND the hits keep coming. Pat Boone wrote a wonderfully satirical piece, “Questions for the naked emperor,” in which he revisits the case of Obama’s sealed history and constitutional illegitimacy – issues vital to our nationhood and national security.
Too bad the herd of well-known “conservative” radio personalities shrink from pushing hard on the button that can nullify Obamacare and undo the disastrous policies of the current regime. Career before country, eh? Perhaps, they should read Pat Boone’s commentary to gather some strength. ... continue reading »
You do your site a disservice by sensationalizing the so-called prophecy of St. Malachy. You turn your site into a kind of “National Inquirer” rather than a site where serious, well-grounded news is reported.
The prophetic writings of St. Malachy were a private revelation only, and they have never been approved by the Catholic Church. Therefore, they are not a part of Catholic doctrine and are not required for belief. In addition, they have been proved to be fraudulent.
When you publish this kind of story with such sensationalism, it becomes difficult to ... continue reading »
[To Joseph Farah:] I know you won’t reply because that is the way you people deal with criticism, but why can’t you just let people live their lives? ["Same-sex marriage and child sacrifice"] Why must you continue to push your morality on the rest of the world? Do you honestly think your god is so intolerant that he will punish YOU because other people don’t follow YOUR god?
Thanks again for reinforcing my belief that I did the right thing by renouncing your evil, pathetic religion.
Once again I feel the need to comment about your recent column, “Who’s afraid of evangelicals, anyway?” It was outstanding. It has always been confusing to me why big-church evangelicals rarely speak about what might be called bread-and-butter issues of Christianity around the world. If rampant abortion and governments murdering Christians for their faith is not serious enough for them to risk being considered radicals (by the mainstream press) by holding our countries body politic feet to the fire, what is?
[To Joseph Farah:] You asked some good questions about evangelicals ["Who's afraid of evangelicals, anyway?"]. I think the bellwether for where evangelical leaders stand is public schools. That’s right; since public schools have not been adequately challenged by thousands of Christian schools or a major promotion of homeschooling by pastors, the pastors, in essence, by their silence, like things the way they are. If (and I doubt it) pastors ever boldly proclaim the need for Christian schools and/or homeschooling, then we will know they are on the right track.
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