Tag Archives: Babylon

Sift Propaganda by Your Convictions

The way to handle propaganda and lies is not to simply avoid reading news at all, but to be aware of the efforts to manipulate. The ancient Flood of Noah’s day involved breaking a permanent cloud cover over the earth. … Continue reading

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Current News Review 05

I get weary of the bad news, even when I feel compelled to talk about it. While I’m not willing to turn this blog into an alternative news aggregator, certain items do catch my attention. I’m doing my best to … Continue reading

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Babylon Disguised

An offline query triggered a train of thought, suggesting I need to explain something a little further. We know that Satan tricked us into getting ourselves kicked out of Eden. He convinced us that we could trust our own senses … Continue reading

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Shredding the Cult of Babel

Take a fresh glance at Revelation 18. Keep in mind that I teach Revelation is mostly a matter of how God does things on this earth, and not so much a precise prediction of what is going to happen. It’s … Continue reading

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Don’t Go Along with It

Isn’t this Internet thing just dandy? All of us living all over the world and we can openly share as if we were just next door. Okay, it’s not the same as face-to-face, but it’s a whole lot better than … Continue reading

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Free from Mammon, Free from Fear

The USA must turn inward and prepare to prosper with less trade. Economists are excellent at analyzing what happened historically; they are utterly abysmal at predicting future events. Their logic is relentlessly vacant of moral discernment. That is, they deny … Continue reading

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Some More Babylon

The symbolic logic behind parables requires quantum thinking. It requires that you tear things down to the smallest practical level, including thinking about thinking itself, and become aware that a particular symbol has meaning on multiple levels. The parabolic symbols … Continue reading

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