Levin continued, "Netanyahu is a warrior, he's a combat veteran, he is a leader he takes his commander-in-chief responsibilities seriously, and he knows if he and his country make a mistake, it's over. Barack Obama is a community activist. He's a rabble-rouser, he's an ideologue, and he's an appeaser. That's the difference. So, what Obama wants is a like-minded leftist in Israel, and they're there, to work with, to accommodate his agenda."
Of course, I've known about these subjects and written on them for some time now, but it was still a bit of a shocker to hear people arguing with me so passionately about the meaninglessness of all physical realities—and it was all quite sad to see.
It really feels like the world is going completely mad.
I was there when it happened.
Progressivism run amok . . . .
t didn't take long for the Minority Leader of the House to vent her anger toward the Prime Minister of Israel. According to Paul Kane of the Washington Post, Pelosi stormed out at the end of Bibi's speech. Very soon after she returned to her office (in fact so soon that one may wonder if it was prepared before the Israeli PM's speech) Pelosi issued the following statement:
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used a controversial speech before the U.S. Congress to appeal to President Obama to pull back on nuclear talks with Iran, warning the "bad deal" in the works "paves Iran's path to the bomb" and could lead to a "potential nuclear nightmare."
The Israeli leader made his impassioned case Tuesday in a highly anticipated address in Washington. He claimed the potential deal would make two major concessions which would threaten the security of Israel and the region by retaining Iran's ability to start up a nuclear weapons program.
Longer term, Prime Minister Netanyahu argues that Iran is the most dangerous, especially if the President approves this disastrous nuclear deal. Why? Because the apocalyptic leaders of Iran are biding their time to build a nuclear arsenal capable of killing tens of millions of people in a matter of minutes. Thus, the Prime Minister will urge Congress to do everything in its Constitutional power to block ratification and implementation of treaty with Iran giving the mullahs a legal path to uranium enrichment, plutonium development, building ICBMs, and building nuclear warheads.
And that's the point of it, that's why "prophecy matters." It isn't so we can name the antichrist, or predict the date of the Rapture. It's to show people clearly, through the divine revelation of Scripture, that God is alive, well, and acting in the world today. That is Good News for every man, woman, and child, literally. No matter their backgrounds or worldviews, the message of predictive prophecy is thrilling, and highly relevant.
An imprisoned creation science evangelist and Baptist minister who refuted evolutionary theory and who has served eight years of a ten-year prison sentence faced trial in Florida today as he fights a new charge that could put him behind bars for life.
Kent Hovind, the founder of Creation Science Evangelism out of Pensacola, Florida, has been incarcerated since 2007.
God' sovereign plan from the beginning was to fill the earth with human creatures — image bearers who would obey him by multiplying and filling the earth and by following the creation mandate in order to reflect the creator's glory. Even after the fall, his purpose was that human creatures spread all over the globe and glorify his name — but of course now that would have to come through the redemption provided by Christ, the one who fulfills God's promise to Abraham that he would be a blessing to all the nations (Genesis 12:3).
Economy Minister Naftali Bennett warned American TV viewers Sunday that Iranian nuclear ambitions were a direct threat to the West, and that the regime in Tehran was developing its missile program abilities with an eye to launching nuclear attacks on major Western cities.
Jan Markell, founder and director of Olive Tree Ministries, offers her assessment of the Israeli leader and his current visit.
Markell, Jan (Olive Tree Ministries)"I believe that Benjamin Netanyahu is the Churchill of our day – and he's making this current administration look like utter fools," she tells OneNewsNow. "And of course that's another reason they don't want this to happen [because] he's going to come and he's going to appear extremely 'Churchillian.' And he's going to send a warning to the world: Wake up before it's too late."