In his column Will Adam Lanza burn in hell?” Mr. Kinsolving clearly perverts Scripture in an attempt to repudiate the doctrine of eternal punishment. It was Jesus Himself who said that we ought to fear God “who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell” (Matthew 10:28). And it will be Jesus Himself who condemns the unrighteous on the day of judgment: “Depart from Me, you cursed, into the everlasting fire prepared for the devil and his angels. … And these will go away into everlasting punishment, but the righteous into eternal life” (Matthew 25:41,46 ... continue reading »
Though we remain at opposite ends of the political spectrum, I thoroughly enjoyed this column ["Celebrating Jesus' 'condescension'"].
I was raised Episcopalian, studied the Gospel of John at an Episcopalian high school and theology at a Catholic university (back in the day when such was mandatory).
I do not recall ever hearing the perspective your article so ably illustrates.
Thanks, and Merry Christmas to you and your family
Dear Mr Farah,
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for being a light in this very dark world we are now confronted with. Truth is suffering terribly in the so-called mainstream media, but not at WND, and I thank you that you are remaining steadfast to your readers.
I believe that we are going to see much worse in this next year with this president, who I believe has a messianic complex and believes that he has been chosen to save this country from itself. Also, I am convinced he is a Muslim at heart, and this will certainly bode ill for Israel. You can see his bent in dealing with the Muslim Brotherhood and oth ... continue reading »
In the Second Amendment “guns debate,” I strongly believe this issue must be considered:
It is only “common-sense, standard policy” that important people, such as our president, must be protected where they are by trained people with guns. We taxpayers spend a lot of money providing that protection.
If that is the best way to protect our president, how can anyone be so foolish as to think we can protect our children by banning or removing guns from trained, qualified teachers in the schools? Or, from trained, qualified parents in the homes, and in other places they take their children?
If disall ... continue reading »
There are a few things you can’t fix. You can’t fix crazy people, and you can’t fix stupid people; the rest you can work with.
The shooting at any school in America is impossible to stop when you have a suicidal individual bent on death. But with two things, you can minimize the damage:
1) Solid doors with one or more heavy chains out of reach. The gunman would have to shoot the door off the hinges, and that takes time and bullets.
2) Place a can of hornet spray in each classroom, or bear spray. These will shoot a spray 20 to 30 feet. In the case of the hornet spray, the attacker will not proceed very ... continue reading »
The U.S. used to be a country of laws. Those days are now gone for good. Most, if not all the people in power, do exactly what they want, when they want and get away with it. Immorality is rampant. Corruption is everywhere.
No one is planning, organizing, leading or controlling this country in the way any decent, God-fearing nation should be governed. We are worse than a banana republic because we are shrouded in hypocrisy. We are a shame as a people because we allow this to ... continue reading »