Archive: September 2004

Sep. 03

Bye Bye Damascus? — What Herb Thinks

It’s a mistake to make Israel too mad. And, I think Syria may have made that mistake.

Sep. 04

The Good, Bad and Ugly — What Herb Thinks

In my opinion, there are three kinds of prophets — the good, the bad and the ugly. The good prophets are the ones we find in the Bible. The bad ones are those who honestly think they are prophets because they’ve had some kind of spiritual encounter. And, the ugly prophets are those who are deceivers — who are knowingly working with the enemy.

Sep. 06

EU Getting Religion — What Herb Thinks

The EU beast is getting religion. Why? Because with religion comes values. And a kingdom without values is very difficult to rule. The trouble is, it doesn’t know which religion to pick.

Sep. 11

About to Boil Over — What Herb Thinks

I’m afraid the Middle East pot may soon boil over. I read yesterday that a defector is warning Iran will have a nuclear bomb by the middle of next year. Read about it here. You know what? Nobody, I mean nobody, is going to let that happen.

Sep. 11

Holding Course — What Herb Thinks

When I was a kid my dad would take me up in our airplane and let me take the controls. As I sat on my pillow straining to see out the windscreen, dad would point to the heading on the compass and instruct me to hold the course.

Sep. 22

Herb’s 9/11 Simulation — What Herb Thinks

There are many unanswered questions about the horrific events of Sept. 11, 2001. This was the day, of course, that two passenger airliners were flown into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City. Another plane was flown into the Pentagon building. And, another was crashed straight down into the ground.

Sep. 23

Flip Flop? — What Herb Thinks

Some are wondering why I dealt with the events of Sept. 11, 2001. After all, FulfilledProphecy is a Bible prophecy Web site, not a conspiracy theory Web site. There are, they say, plenty of those around. What makes FulfilledProphecy different is, although it covers the news, it sticks to the Bible for answers.

Sep. 27

Herb’s 2nd 9/11 Simulation — What Herb Thinks

If you saw my first 9/11 simulation, you will recall I skipped over the Pentagon attack and only simulated the attack on the twin towers of the World Trade Center. I did this assuming my flight simulator would have nothing new to reveal concerning the Pentagon attack. Well, it turned out I did discover something new. Not only that, I ended up taking an interesting journey.

Sep. 29

Another Horse Race — What Herb Thinks

We may be in for another horse race. And, it’s between the same two horses — the EU’s High Representative Javier Solana and Germany’s Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer. The last time it was a race to see who would become the EU’s new, super foreign minister. As you know, Solana won that race. This time it’s to see who will get a seat on the UN Security Council, the EU or Germany. Read about it here I And here I And here.