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  1. mustardnine says:

    For example, does anyone have any new links or topics to thread?

  2. mustardnine says:

    Or a personal word to Doc Future?

  3. Jadams07 says:

    I am very much itching to do some fall/cold weather camping. I want to know if there are any other takers

  4. Jadams07 says:

    Robert I just saw this the other day on the web and thought I would share. It has had a tremendous impact on me.

  5. anthropomorphicpersonnification says:

    I thought this was an interesting article that you might like to read.

    http://apocalypsecometh.com/woe-little-boys/

  6. T Koeplin says:

    How do seekers of truth prevent themselves from becoming labeled conspiracy theorists and thus irrelevant in the attempt to spread the truth? Or does it mater what you are labeled?

    • mustardnine says:

      I don’t think you can prevent this. The critics have a hundred ways of labeling and discrediting you. And they are very quick, and they are very perceptive of threats. Still, there are ways, no doubt, to spread the truth. And we must be discovering them.

  7. Jadams07 says:

    http://rawforbeauty.com/blog/the-artificial-womb-is-born-and-the-world-of-the-matrix-begins.html

    I am not sure of the validity of this. Thought I would share with those who are good about internet research. I am pretty much limited to google and do not know what sources to trust.

  8. Vet’s Day yesterday. I, as a teacher, was required to attend my school’s memorial ceremony. I was struck by the religious liturgy used to worship the USA. Standing, saluting, singing, genuflecting.

    I have been trying to think of some sort of justification for a Christian to be involved in the false religion of Patriotism. I understand where it comes from. My daddy served. His daddy served. Uncle Buck got killed in ‘Nam. I get it. But how in the world does it stand up to any sort of scriptural critique?

    I mean, it has all the earmarks of a religion: universal values claims, rituals, rites, ceremonies, sacred myth, gods, system of sacrifice — it has it all.

    And yesterday my school served the Empire like a revival meeting serves the Kingdom.

    • Jadams07 says:

      It makes even more sense when you look at the greek temples that deify the founding fathers in D.C. and also when you consider the phallic monument for Washington.

      I have been incredibly depressed that in my church we have an American flag at the front of the auditorium and a cross replica in the back of the church, in an overflow room, thats usually kept dark, and out of sight.

      It lets me know where the priorities are.

  9. anthropomorphicpersonnification says:

    http://www.justfourguys.com/good-christian-men-think-twice/

    A warning for single Christian men, dont believe everything a women tells you. The said part is that I have seen this is my own life. I can think of at lest two examples of christian girls falling for the tingles and becoming baby mommas. However in my own personal life I have not heard of any christian guys getting girls pregnant. Interesting dichotomy.

  10. Jon says:

    Here is a message that Director Darren Aronfsky sent out about the biblical epic he is currently shooting called Noah.

    Its a somewhat disturbing message that simultaneously makes me wanna watch this movie. I think its high time that the church know about the watchers and other forms of spiritual warfare.

    • mustardnine says:

      Thanks for the link, Jon.

      Hmmm . . .

    • “Long live the Nephilim.”

      Ouch. Does he know what he’s saying?

      • mustardnine says:

        Coffee:

        “Ouch. Does he know what he’s saying?”

        I agree.

        I have no specifics on what will be portrayed on the screen by “Noah.” But given some rather solid historical references from the book of Enoch, and given the rather threadbare tapestry of the modern Christian party-line on matters of history, I expect that the mainstream church is going to be caught rather flat-footed in the discussions and the change-of-thinking that I suspect will occur after the movie’s release.

        I think it may be similar to the change-of-thinking that occurred (and caught the materialist-evolutionists flat-footed) after the release of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ in the late 60s. The Establishment Line was quite extensively, and quite effectively, subverted by that event.

        This is going to be interesting.

  11. Jon says:

    I found this recently. I usually abhor social Media things like this but I have to say that some of these really moved me. I do not know much about the denominational affiliation of the person who did this (my guess would be catholic). Would appreciate feedback.

    http://www.faith-theology.com/2014/01/canonfodder-shortest-ever-commentary-on.html

  12. Here’s an interesting article — mostly due to the biblical affinity between the two subjects mentioned.

    http://www.techtimes.com/articles/3059/20140131/scientists-link-flying-snakes-to-ufos.htm

  13. An article on Homeland Security grants being used to transform local police departments into NSA surveillance and data collecting branches.

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2014/02/21/280749781/in-domain-awareness-detractors-see-another-nsa

  14. The latest from the TSA:

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/04/23/calif-mother-tsa-settle-breast-milk-lawsuit/

    Here’s a particularly ripe line explaining their position on breast milk:

    “Current TSA rules classify breast milk as a medically required liquid.”

    ….medically required liquid.

    God help us.

  15. Jon says:

    Might not come as a surprise to those of us who know him, but my good friend Tim Dukeman is on several sites like the one I am linking on here. I appreciate a lot about Tim and enjoyed being the best man at his wedding. He is very active in his analysis of the feminism and the ills it has bred.

    http://callingoutbigotry.tumblr.com/tagged/tim-dukeman

  16. Jon says:

    Just thought that I would mention this website:

    http://www.movingworks.org/films/download-films/

    They are a non-profit Christian organization that offers short films for free download. They are well made and very powerful. Not at all the typical church cinema fare. They run completely on donations.

  17. Jon says:

    I think I read something about Feral Women on the Manosphere at one time.

    I think I finally understand it.

    It was originally from here with commentary:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/18/i-think-she-was-a-she-leyla-josephine-poem_n_5841986.html?utm_hp_ref=tw

  18. Jon says:

    I have been doing research on feminism and their dislike of CS Lewis and came across this article that was shared in one of the pro-feminist groups that identified themselves as “Christian”.

    http://grotesqueanddecadence.tumblr.com/post/21272759751/the-problem-of-susan-by-neil-gaiman

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