By Pete Garcia
Is there a limit to how evil the world can get before Christ returns? Perhaps a better question is, how evil did God allow Noah’s world to become before the flood came? In what we call the Antediluvian Age (the time before the Flood), God allowed men to live for centuries, which naturally contributed significantly to the population explosion of the human race. Being omnipotent, God of course already knew that should man live for centuries, this would come to a predictable outcome. So why did He allow it?
In Luke 21:24, Jesus says, “There will be signs in the sun, and in the moon, and in the stars; and upon the earth Distress of Nations with Perplexity, the seas and the wave roaring.”
Franklin Graham describes our current global state of turmoil amongst the nations, and we can’t help but recognize the distress of nations Jesus describes in Luke 21 and Matthew 24, matching what we see today.
By some estimates, during the 2016 election cycle, one-fifth of online debates were between machines with no human beings involved at all. Bots can be programmed to generate political stories or get into political arguments. Why pay people to do this when you can automate the process with Artificial Intelligence? The next time you get into an online debate with a stranger, that stranger may not even be human.
To date, many news and police reports have been filed about women and girls being photographed or recorded. That includes an incident over the summer at a Target on McKnight Road in Ross Township, Pennsylvania. WPXI News reported that a man took pictures of a 13-year-old girl as she was trying on clothes in the dressing room.
United with Israel
Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) activists post deplorable, threatening content on social media in the name of “resistance.”