Henry Kissinger, 91, former Secretary of State and Asst to President Nixon for National Security Affairs, has long pushed a thinly veiled plan for a New World Order. It is finally in print in the Wall Street Journal – a one world government idea.
You may have heard of it as a one world order, new world order, one world governance – the latest label is globalization – it is all one and the same.
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Jan Markell airs a message by Dr. Ed Hindson from "Understanding the Times Fall 2014" which took place Saturday, October 4. Hindson's message is "Signs of the Times: How the Stage is Being Set." The hour is late. Signs are flashing and warning us daily. Hindson lists some of the most important ones and reminds us to keep our eyes on the skies. Find complete sets of CDs or DVDs here. Close to 3,000 attendees said this was the best event this ministry has presented since 2002. We use the mobile app found on the Home page of www.oneplace.com.
Despite no official action from the president ahead of the election, the Obama administration has quietly begun preparing to issue millions of work authorization permits, suggesting the implementation of a large-scale executive amnesty may have already begun.
Two Christian ministers who own an Idaho wedding chapel were told they had to either perform same-sex weddings or face jail time and up to $1,000 in daily fines, according to a lawsuit filed Friday in federal court.
In 1974, John Walvoord wrote the book, Armageddon, Oil and the Middle East Crisis. The book made the simple observation that the world's dependence on oil would be a driving force in Bible prophecy. His prediction has remained true because it is based on Scripture.
The Antichrist's primary role in the final peace agreement may have a more practical purpose....
Senator Ted Cruz says pastors being hauled off to jail by the government for preaching against homosexuality is a "real risk" in the future. ""I think that is a real risk," Cruz tells me. "Some in the media ridicule that threat saying there is no danger of the government coming after pastors. That is the usual response." But he adds: "The specter of government trying to determine if what pastors preach from the pulpit meets with the policy views or political correctness of the governing authorities, that prospect is real and happening now."
Is our shameful U.S. President trying to kill U.S. troops?
The administration says they won't need them.
Nashville Public Radio reported:
Troops from the 101st Airborne Division leading the military response to Ebola in West Africa will only need gloves and masks to protect themselves from the deadly virus, so said Gen. David Rodriguez at a Pentagon briefing Wednesday.
Point-counterpoint: Father Abraham's children
Should evangelicals support the state of Israel because it has a divine right to the land? Andrée Seu Peterson and John Piper have different perspectives
We've published below a newly written, previously unpublished column by Andrée Seu Peterson followed by much of a sermon based on Romans 11 that John Piper delivered 10 years ago. (Visit desiringGod.com to listen to or read Piper's entire sermon text.) You'll see some similarities but also differences in the two points of view.
Knowing that the Lord may come back at any moment has been a reality check for the church for centuries now. One look at the newspapers and the point becomes clear: things cannot go on this way much longer. Even among many non-Christians, there is a sense that some perilous times are just ahead. Now there are some who scoff at the notion that God is going to judge the world. After all, they view Him as far off, out of touch, and perhaps a bit antiquated. That is because they don't know Him and in following their heart, they are taking God's loving mercy for granted, not realizing....righteous judgement will fall just as He said it would.
From 2004 to 2011, American and American-trained Iraqi troops repeatedly encountered, and on at least six occasions were wounded by, chemical weapons remaining from years earlier in Saddam Hussein's rule.
In all, American troops secretly reported finding roughly 5,000 chemical warheads, shells or aviation bombs, according to interviews with dozens of participants, Iraqi and American officials, and heavily redacted intelligence documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.