Archive: March 2008
Those of you who have followed the news reported here at FP know there is good reason to believe the Antichrist may already be on the world scene. But don’t forget the other evil, end-times leader the Bible warns about — the False Prophet.
Solana to CNN: ‘We have a process that cannot be stopped’
Warns of apocalyptic scenarios, calls for global governance
Five Military Leaders Propose a New Global Order With EU/NATO at the Core
(Note: Report is from last year, but still insightful)
‘I’m not a fan of the book of Revelation. I think it’s a most unfortunate scripture.’
In real estate, what matters is location, location, location. If you want to reap the benefits of buying and selling property, you’d better keep an eye open for that sweet spot where everyone wants to be. But is the same thing true for the spiritual life? Do we need to scramble to try to get into that right job, right school or right place in order to be blessed?
If you’re like me, you run for cover when you hear a verse like 2 Peter 3:11, “You ought to live holy and godly lives.” Sure, I agree that Scripture is absolutely right, but isn’t that asking a bit much?
Jesus got it wrong again — or so the apostle Peter thought. Here they were on the night of the Passover, at the end of a triumphant week. After a grueling three years of ministering in the backwoods of Israel, the disciples finally met an eager crowd in the most important city to the Jews, Jerusalem. Children shouted joyfully. Palm branches waved. Jesus had momentum. But, why, in the midst of this glorious Passover celebration, was Jesus taking off his outer garment and scrubbing toes?
Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Responds: ‘I have said on numerous occasions that the true path to the peace that we long for is through interfaith dialogue.’
Olmert looks to new U.S. president to have a ‘less rigid view against engagement with Syria’
‘Now, we have what some authors call the first non-imperial empire.’
‘Support for a two-state solution to the [Mideast] conflict is extremely high — above 80%.’