Archive | October, 2007

First names floated for top new EU jobs

22.10.2007 – 08:02 CET | By Renata Goldirova EUOBSERVER / BRUSSELS – Although the ink on the new EU treaty deal is barely dry, several names are already being floated as possible candidates for the European Union’s first-ever president – among them Tony Blair, former UK prime minister. “He [Tony Blair] is a very remarkable [...]

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What is Robert Schuller ‘rethinking’?

TESTING THE FAITH Crystal Cathedral conference accused of twisting biblical Christianity Posted: October 30, 2007 1:00 a.m. Eastern Crystal Cathedral It’s an all-star conference set for the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, Calif., Jan. 17-19. Former President George H.W. Bush will speak. Chuck Colson will make a presentation. Larry King will be there. Rupert Murdoch [...]

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Zechariah’s warning to Bush and Condi

Posted: October 18, 2007 8:00 p.m. Eastern By Hal Lindsey © 2007 The Palestinians and Israelis are scheduled to meet at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., this November. This major “peace summit” is the brainchild of the Bush administration and is under the supervision of U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Though most of [...]

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Priestly Blessing on Temple Mount

by Hillel Fendel (IsraelNN.com) A historic first: Last week, during a special visit to the Temple Mount, the Priestly Blessing (Numbers 6:24-26) was recited there, for arguably the first time since the 1st-century destruction. The Blessing is recited daily in synagogues in Israel by descendants of Aaron the Priest, and only on festivals in the [...]

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The Nobel Appeasement Prize

I’m back. Sorry, I can’t let this go. Not that I expect much of this old world, but just one more rant and then I will be done with this topic. And only because I think there is more than one issue going on here. When considering Nobel candidates, who else was there to choose [...]

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Relative Nonsense

Today is National Dictionary Day, in honor of Noah Webster’s birthday. A piece on ABC News tonight suggested that the usage of a dictionary has apparently changed with the times. Instead of looking into a dictionary to actually learn something definitive that we can all accept and correct linguistic wrongs, it now is beginning to [...]

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Sharia By The Inch

INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY Islamofascism: In a monumental nod to political correctness, the Empire State Building is to be lit up green in honor of the Muslim holiday Eid. The separation of Islam from terror is officially complete. Six years ago, Islamic terrorists screamed “Allah is Greatest!” as they slammed fuel-laden jumbo jets into two other [...]

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A Timely Thought from Another Time

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times; it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness; it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity; it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness; it was the spring of hope, it [...]

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A Very Convenient Lie

When I first heard that Al Gore was up for a Nobel Peace Prize, I couldn’t believe it. Here is a guy with an obvious political agenda, is clearly an evolutionist through and through, has no regard for empirical evidence, let alone the ‘truth’, yet claims to have laid hold of some sort of ‘inconvenient [...]

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Papua New Guinea delegation donates gold for rebuilding Temple

Visitors give 20 gold bullions and jewelries to Temple Institute in order to help finance construction of new Temple in Jerusalem Kobi Nahshoni – YNet News, Israel A delegation of 34 people from Papua New Guinea visited the Western Wall last week and donated a kilo of gold and several thousand dollars to the temple [...]

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