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On the Origin of the World ~ NHL

Seeing that everybody, gods of the world and mankind, says that nothing existed prior to chaos, I, in distinction to them, shall demonstrate that they are all mistaken, because they are not acquainted with the origin of chaos, nor with its root.

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Belief Systems

In praise of bores and boredom

G.K. Chesterton wrote that “there is no such thing as an uninteresting subject; the only thing that can exist is an uninterested person”[1]

From a thoroughly Christian perspective everything that exists is poetical; for everything was spoken into existence by the creative Word of God and continues in existence solely through his sustaining Word. 567 more words




What is a Johannite? Are they representatives of a continuous tradition that began with John the Baptist? Are they instead a group that began at a later date spontaneously as did the Mormons?

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Belief Systems

William Branham: "Healer" Gone Nutty

I find it interesting that some religious cults try to hide their beliefs to the uninitiated… This is not the case with William Marrion Branham. You can find all of his recorded sermons online… 2,751 more words


A Storm is Brewing- Vatican, FIFA and EU Turn up the Heat on Israel

The Palestinian decision to internationalize their conflict with Israel seems to be paying off as Israel is coming under diplomatic pressure on several fronts at the same time. 1,281 more words

End Time Prophecy

Those of Light and Those of Lies

Heavy is the hand that holds the scales which weigh all misery. The souls transmigrate through the realms unveiled for them all mystery.

O’ Hooked Cross which rotates left return us to our Eternal home! 131 more words

The False Teachers: Harry Emerson Fosdick

reposted from Tim Challies of challies.com

Harry Emerson Fosdick

,Harry Emerson Fosdick was born in Buffalo, New York, on May 24, 1878. As a young boy he claimed to have been born again, but even as a teenager rebelled against the “born again” movement known as fundamentalism. 1,804 more words