The Many Christian Gospels NOT Approved by your Church

Hi, I wrote an article back in 2013 arguing that Christianity was created and defined by men in closed-door meetings in which I summarized the major Church meetings in chronological order. Please read The Many Councils of Christ: How Christianity was Created in Closed-door Meetings. I now want to write about the many gospels that were …

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John 3:16 Explained

Hi, I want to quickly explain John 3:16. Arguably, the most repeated verse of the New Testament. John 3:16 For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. What it actually means: God created himself to sacrifice himself …

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Religion: The Original “Fake News”

Let's talk facts, truth, and "fake news". Without question, the idea of "agreeing on a basic set of facts" has become one of the pressing issues of our time. There's been a ton of material written on these subjects since the 2016 US presidential election. Durham University in England published a paper titled America and the …

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The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap

From The Real News: JAISAL NOOR: Welcome to The Real News Network. I'm Jaisal Noor in Baltimore. White House Chief of Staff John Kelly was widely condemned for recently saying, "The lack of compromise led to the Civil War." JOHN KELLY: Now it's different today but the lack of an ability to compromise led to …

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Key Takeaways from Trump and the 2016 Presidential Election

2016 was certainly the most instructive year in my personal political history. Here are some of my favorite takeaways from the 2016 presidential election. 1) The Media is Not Interested in Reporting Actual News Remember the awkward Megan Kelly and Trump interview? Trump: They say that I've has at leas 2 billion dollars worth of …

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Israel’s Role in Containing “Irresponsible and Radical Elements in Certain Arab States”

Some important notes regarding the recent UN Security Council resolution regarding Israeli settlements. In May 1973, before the oil crisis erupted, the Senate's ranking oil expert, Senator Henry Jackson, emphasized "the strength and Western orientation of Israel on the Mediterranean and Iran [under the Shah] on the Persian Gulf," two "reliable friends of the United …

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How the Luxuries of Modern Life Breed Political Tribes

Politics has never seemed more tribal. In America, it’s Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton. In Europe, it’s the Europhiles vs the Eurosceptics. In Turkey, it’s the Islamists vs the secularists. In the US, Australia and Europe, the gap between liberals and conservatives, the left and the right is widening. Look at social media, and it …

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