The Error May 25, 2012 - In Defense of the Faith I am always surprised when I meet bona-fide dyed-in-the-wool born-again Christians to whom Bible prophecy is either irrelevant or is something they have written off as sensationalism. Many mainstream teachers and preachers write off the study of Bible prophecy as fodder for crackpots. The God Who Wasn't There? August 23, 2010 - In Defense of the Faith I see a lot of ads in the course of a day’s work – so many that they barely register in my consciousness, but that’s not to say they don’t have a cumulative effect in the long run. That’s the way advertising works. Vol: 128 Issue: 26 - Saturday, May 26, 2012 Sealed and Delivered I received an email from a member in Florida this morning who noted the speed with which so much of what the Bible predicted economically for the last days is unfolding. Her question is one that I receive, in one form, or another, on a fairly regular basis. Members Only - Full Briefing --- View Some Public Briefs Phantoms and Forgiveness May 26, 2012 - Witnessing Tools Rebecca Droeger While recuperating from surgery, I decided to watch the musical The Phantom of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Weber. It was the movie version made in 2004 starring Gerard Butler as the Phantom and Emmy Rossum as the heroine, Christine.
It’s Not All Good May 25, 2012 - Israel - Middle East Alf Cengia How did that Monty Python song go? ''Always look on the bright side of life.'' And then there’s that song by Bobby McFerrin, ''Don’t worry, be happy.''
Flesh Eating Disease May 24, 2012 - Prophecy - Signs J.L. Robb Flesh Eating Disease is medically known as necrotizing fasciitis and causes the destruction of various bodily tissues, ie. fat, muscle and mucous membranes of the digestive, respiratory, urinary and reproductive tracks.
What Color is Your Faith? May 23, 2012 - In Defense of the Faith Wendy Wippel Coming to a pulpit near you (courtesy of Al Gore and friends) a new kind of worship: 'GreenFaith'. But it's not really faith, which traditionally seeks God as the source of truth. And it's not really green, either. Unless you're talking the kind of green certain people like to remove from your pockets.
Snapshot of a Moving Picture III May 22, 2012 - Commentary on the News Pete Garcia While we are frequently surprised by the turn of events that happen on the global scene, many of the prophetic passages in the Bible can’t be revealed with 100% certainty until the appropriate time for them to be revealed has come to pass. What we can know, is the general trends in prophecy and where they seem to point towards, and it is to that, I would like to address the possible motivation for the ‘Kings of the East’.
Nitpicking THE END THE BOOK: Part One May 10, 2012 - Testimonials Kari Velemirovich Have you heard the end is near? Well of course you have, or you wouldn’t be at the Omega Letter trying to figure out what in the world is going on?
Mr. Fiat and a Midlife Crisis May 07, 2012 - Perspective on the News Ed DeShields Fiat currency turned forty-one this year and like most forty-somethings it has its aches and pains. Psychological researchers say you'll face two age-related events that will change your life forever. The first crisis is adolescence and the second is, you guessed it, turning 40.
Syria blames rebels for Houla massacre AMMAN (Reuters) - Facing growing world outrage over the killing of at least 109 people in a restive town, Syria on Sunday accused rebels of carrying out the massacre, in which dozens of children perished.
Subtropical Storm Beryl swirls toward southeast coast MIAMI (Reuters) - Subtropical Storm Beryl moved slowly toward the U.S. southeastern coast on Saturday, threatening heavy rains and dangerous surf for Memorial Day weekend beachgoers in northern Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.
SNB considers capital controls if euro falls apart ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland is drawing up plans for emergency measures including capital controls in case the euro collapses although it does not expect to need them and will continue to defend a cap on the franc in the meantime, the head of the central bank said.
Egypt's two contenders for president vie for votes CAIRO (Reuters) - The two apparent survivors in Egypt's presidential race tried to gather support on Sunday from voters dismayed at what many see as a painful second-round choice between an Islamist apparatchik and a throwback to Hosni Mubarak's era.
Wildfires hit six U.S. states, small towns evacuated Santa Fe, New Mexico (Reuters) - A wildfire burned out of control for a fourth day in the steep mountains of southwestern New Mexico on Saturday, one of several blazes that have consumed more than 200 square miles (520 square km) of rugged land in six U.S. states.