Rabbi Warns that Jews May Be Headed for a ‘Cataclysmic Disaster’

Is Patagonia to Become the New ‘Promised Land’?

By Richard Edmondson

Bible scholars have pointed out that the Gospels of Matthew and Luke appear to have been written with two different audiences in mind. The Gospel of Matthew seems to have been directed at a Jewish audience, while the Gospel of Luke would appear to have been written with a primarily Gentile audience in mind.

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The Words ‘You need Jesus’ May Qualify as ‘Hate Speech’ at University in Ohio

[ Ed. note – Kent State University, a school known probably for nothing more so than the shooting which took place there in 1970 and left four students dead–and which led Crosby Stills Nash and Young to record the song “Ohio”–now seems to feel that telling someone they need Jesus might qualify as hate speech.

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Palestinian Bishop Spat on, Insulted by Christ-Hating Jewish Settlers

[ Ed. note – Theodosios Atallah Hannah is archbishop of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem. A native Palestinian, he was first ordained a priest in 1991. This past Tuesday night he came under attack by a group of Jewish settlers who surrounded him, spat on him, and hurled insults.

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Sight or Blindness: Which Do We Choose?

By Richard Edmondson

One of the most beloved of Christian hymns is the song “Amazing Grace.” It combines a beautiful melody with an uplifting message (that we can be forgiven for our sins is nothing short of “amazing”) and offers up two of the most famous and memorable lines ever written: “I once was lost but now am found/was blind but now I see.”

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