Category Archives: jesus
On Christmas Eve, Palestinians, many of them dressed as Santa Claus, staged a rally in the city of Bethlehem in the West Bank protesting against to the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Israeli forces used tear gas and stun grenades against the protesters near an Israeli military tower in Bethlehem – the ancient […]
An article of faith? Controversial and startling new evidence is casting light on a part of Jesus’ life that was not previously known, and appears to provide documentary evidence of his work. A lead tablet artifact contains noteworthy references and at least some of the details of his life, and is now the oldest discovered […]
endoftheamericandream.com / By Michael Snyder / July 25th, 2013 In the United States today, there are very few words that provoke as much outrage as the name of Jesus. It is being banned from graduation ceremonies, chaplains all over America are being forbidden from using His name in their prayers, and many school officials all over […]
On a quick and personal basis I highlight the meaning behind three books in my library that were passed on to me by family members. The first book is called "Wisdom is One" which contains memorable quotations spanning ideas and philosophies. I will open unto you, whose heart rejects not the most profound knowledge the deepest mystery. Krisna Bhagavad Gita. Speak not in the ears of a for: for he will despise the wisdom of thy words. Proverbs. I go on to talk about a family prayer book from my great grandfather Karl Berliner from 1890.. I finish off with a book called "Our United States" given to my mother as a gift from her teacher in 1947 when she was ten years old in the 6th grade. The irony being that her book would find parallel in a high school honors history book.
(I look at a picture of an invasion plan and mistake it for the "Berlin Airlift, then I remembered that the Airlift was in 1948 and therefore could not be in the book so I read a passage. I can remember detailed things deep in my childhood but I don’t have an eidetic memory thankfully.)