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Then Comes Sudden Destruction


It’s popular to say that if you put a frog in a pan of water and slowly turn up the heat, you can boil him before he knows to jump out of the pan. Not having tried this myself, I cannot confirm the truth of this common claim, but I suspect it is no more than “an old wives’ tale.” Why we blame old wives for every fictitious tale, I do not know. But, laying that aside, let’s get back to the frog.

A Different Kind of Courage


 Society is changing, and taking a stand against what you know is wrong requires a special courage. Are you ready to put everything on the line?

Can Jerusalem Survive?

Nowhere is the specter of war more probable than in the volatile Middle East.  It’s a dangerous place when policymakers are, as Mikhail Gorbachev says, “confused and at a loss.” Conflicts that start small in one part of the world can quickly spread to all parts of the world.  In effect, no place is safe! The tiny nation of Israel, and its chief city Jerusalem, are at the core of many Middle Eastern problems. Can Jerusalem survive the current and future volatility surrounding its very existence?

Will America Be Great Again?

President Donald Trump ran on the slogan “Make America Great Again.” But will he succeed?  Will anyone succeed?  And what about Britain?  What happened to the word Great that once preceded the name?  Will Britain and the British descended peoples be great again?  You can know the answers to these questions with absolute certainty, and the answers may surprise you.

Is Darwinism Dead?

Is Darwinian evolution the fact you’ve been told it is?  Or is there reason to doubt Darwin? Many discoveries made over the last half century call into question whether life as we know it could possibly be the result of random chance.  And if empirical evidence is not on Darwin’s side, this has serious implications for how we got here, and whether there is a purpose for our existence.

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