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A Pontifical Attack on the Passion?

A Pontifical Attack on the Passion?
The latest pontifical attack on Church teaching occurs in the heart of Holy Week just as Catholics throughout the world are focusing on the Passion and Resurrection of Christ.

On Wednesday, March 28, Pope Francis was interviewed again by his long-time friend and favorite interviewer Eugenio Scalfari, who heads Italy’s La Repubblica daily. Scalfari, an atheist, asked the pope about his theories regarding creation and eternal life.

By David Martin - Sunday, April 1, 2018 - Full Story

An Easter Invitation ... RSVP

An Easter Invitation ... RSVP
This article is addressed especially to those among my good readers who are unbelievers and have not been approached by the real Christians who are supposed to be doing their job in telling you about the real good news of Jesus Christ. I often feel that most people have the idea that God is this huge, ANGRY monster, and He is just waiting for us to mess up! But He is not at all that.

By Dave Merrick - Sunday, April 1, 2018 - Full Story

Medialight’s new tech bias lights make TV watching easier on the eyes

MediaLight 6500K Bias Lighting
If you’ve ever found your eyes tiring by the end of a movie in your home theatre – and it has nothing to do with the writing, acting, or production – you may want to look into something like a bias light.


He Is Risen - Death Where Is Your Sting?

He Is Risen - Death Where Is Your Sting?

By News on the Net - Sunday, April 1, 2018 - Full Story

Don’t Bet On Beatrice

Don’t Bet On Beatrice
Glaring at the Volkswagen Beetle in front of the commissary store on Dad’s Mississippi Delta cotton farm, my boyhood best friend and mentor Jaybird said, “That ain’t nothing but a coffin with wheels on it.”

By Jimmy Reed - Saturday, March 31, 2018 - Full Story

The Day that Transformed the World Forever

The Day that Transformed the World Forever
Of all holidays, Easter is the one that celebrates a single event that transformed the world forever.  There are many religions with different founders, prophets and teachers going back thousands of years, but only one of them has a founder who professed to be the messiah—the son of God who could save mankind.

By Scott Powell - Friday, March 30, 2018 - Full Story

What Easter Means to Me

What Easter Means to Me
I look at my life before Christ and I am struck by the fact that it doesn’t seem like my life.  I was born again on Palm Sunday in 1980.  I was thirty years old.  That has been thirty-eight years ago.  When I was first saved,  I mourned for all the years I had spent wasting my life trying to do it on my own.  I remember praying and asking God to give me as many years to serve Him as I had wasted denying Him.  Now, that is just one of the answered prayers in my life.

By Dr. Robert R. Owens - Wednesday, March 28, 2018 - Full Story

The Night That God Came to the Camp Fire

The Night That God Came to the Camp Fire
Jesus’ disciples were greatly impressed at the miracles He was performing as they went about their evangelical business. He was healing the sick, restoring sight to the blind, regularly dodging death in various attempts on His life, and He even restored life to people who had died. Miracles were certainly flowing from the merciful heart of a loving God. But the miracles were also intended to drive home the authenticity of Jesus’ divinity and to underscore His invitation for our salvation. Just as we are told throughout Scripture, Jesus Christ - whether you want to hear it, or believe it, or not - is God in human flesh. He is that, even at this very moment!

By Dave Merrick - Wednesday, March 28, 2018 - Full Story

The Craziest Pilot Who Ever Flew

The Craziest Pilot Who Ever Flew
When the caller asked if I would fly to the Gulf Coast and get his dead brother, I didn’t know what to say.

“He died while vacationing, but the local ambulance company charges too much for the trip,” he said. “If you’ll do it, I’ll rent the airplane and pay you $100.”

By Jimmy Reed - Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - Full Story

More Evidence Surfaces About Fake Vatican Letter

More Evidence Surfaces About Fake Vatican Letter
More evidence has surfaced concerning the forged letter of Benedict XVI which the Vatican had deceitfully used to refute conservative Catholics who question Pope Francis’ theological formation and teaching.

By David Martin - Monday, March 19, 2018 - Full Story

Kaepernick releases video of the workout he hopes will persuade some team to forget all the trouble

Colin Kaepernick releases video of the workout he hopes will persuade some team to forget all the trouble he caused
I work out too. I could probably even hit my son on a crossing route at the Shrine High School football field - if there was no defense.

By Dan Calabrese - Monday, March 19, 2018 - Full Story

Justice League 4K - doing justice to the DC comics universe?

Justice League 4K - doing justice to the DC comics universe?
Warner Brothers’ ongoing attempts to play catch-up with the Marvel cinematic universe continues with Justice League, their version of The Avengers, in which a group of superheroes teams up to fight a super villain bent on mayhem, conquest and destruction.

By Jim Bray - Saturday, March 17, 2018 - Full Story

Thor Ragna-rocks in its 4K disc incarnation

Thor Ragna-rocks in its 4K disc incarnationMarvel’s third Thor outing is one “Val-helluva” way to get into the 4K disc market, and it’s also the best of the Thor outings to date.

And it’s a movie that doesn’t take itself seriously and even imparted quite a few laughs on its audience.

By Jim Bray - Saturday, March 17, 2018 - Full Story

Vatican Advances Fake Letter to turn Conservatives Against Church Tradition

What can be called an insidious attempt to use Benedict XVI to advance Pope Francis’ radical post-conciliar agenda has been exposed.

Vatican Advances Fake Letter to turn Conservatives Against Church Tradition
Early in the week the Catholic world had been abuzz over a letter sent by Benedict XVI to Vatican communications director Monsignor Dario Vigano, in which the former pontiff purportedly criticized Church conservatives for their “foolish prejudice” in not recognizing that “Pope Francis is a man of profound philosophical and theological formation.”

By David Martin - Thursday, March 15, 2018 - Full Story

A brewer’s tale of proteins and beer

A brewer's tale of proteins and beer
The transformation of barley grains into beer is an old story, typically starring water, yeast and hops. Now, in a report in the Journal of Proteome Research, scientists are highlighting another character in this tale: proteins. The results could someday lead to a better, tastier brew.

By American Chemical Society - Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - Full Story

Literacy Experts: Are They Ready To Apologize Yet?

Berys Dixon is the Education Establishment's worst nightmare
The people in charge of literacy in most English-speaking countries are literacy’s worst enemies. This counterintuitive turn-about has to be one of the planet’s more bizarre stories.

By Bruce Deitrick Price - Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - Full Story

Graham is Gone—Are the Two Power Prophets Next?

Graham is Gone--Are the Two Power Prophets Next?
Since the passing of Billy Graham a plethora of voices has chimed in, each attempting to ascertain exactly what Graham’s death means in today’s world.

Graham’s daughter, Anne Graham Lotz, Pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Christian Fellowship, and television’s Sid Roth are all saying that Graham’s death may create the “spark” for a national and perhaps an international revival.

By Rev. Michael Bresciani - Monday, March 12, 2018 - Full Story

I Won’t Die Sinning

I hope to die praying
Shortly before sundown, we drivers finished cultivating my father’s Mississippi Delta cotton fields, and no sooner had we parked our tractors than a long, steady, soaking summer rain began drumming on the shed’s tin roof — just what the bolls needed to finish filling with fiber.

By Jimmy Reed - Monday, March 12, 2018 - Full Story

How cats and dogs are consuming and processing parabens

How cats and dogs are consuming and processing parabens
Many households can claim at least one four-legged friend as part of the family. But pets that primarily stay indoors can have increased rates of diseases, such as diabetes, kidney diseases and hypothyroidism compared with those that stay exclusively outside.

By American Chemical Society - Monday, March 12, 2018 - Full Story

Timely Reflections on the Third Secret

Timely Reflections on the Third Secret
With the crisis of faith ever intensifying, it behooves the Catholic hierarchy to reflect on a historic statement made forty-one years ago by Pope Paul VI. On the occasion of the 60th Anniversary of the Virgin Mary’s last apparition at Fatima, the pope said:

By David Martin - Sunday, March 11, 2018 - Full Story