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April 15, 2014 by   | Category: Blog
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A War for All Seasons

April 3, 2014 by   | Category: Blog, Middle Blog

For ancient Israelites war held religious significance. In fact, priests often accompanied armies into battle. Wars were initiated with sacrificial rites; the divine oracle was consulted and trumpets blown. Biblical battles date back to the time of Abraham and Israel’s wars of conquest and were followed by wars involving the United Kingdom and, thereafter, the Divided Kingdoms of Judah and Israel.i Over nine hundred years before Christ, Solomon acknowledged a time for war.ii The second president... 

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Corporatism – The New Il Duce & Obamacare

February 25, 2014 by   | Category: Blog, Top Blog

Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power____ Benito Mussolini, Il Duce (The Leader) A great orator and energetic campaigner, Benito Mussolini became the youngest Prime Minister in Italian history. Mussolini ruled constitutionally from1922 into1925. Then, using envy, greed, lies, and his version of pen and executive power, Benito Mussolini merged state and corporate power into one. Creating a dictatorship known as Il Ducethe leader After... 

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2014 Road Map To Global Transformation

February 6, 2014 by   | Category: Blog, Middle Blog

For ancient Israelites war held religious significance. In fact, priests often accompanied armies into battle. Wars were initiated with sacrificial rites; the divine oracle was consulted and trumpets blown. Biblical battles date back to the time of Abraham and Israel’s wars of conquest and were followed by wars involving the United Kingdom and, thereafter, the Divided Kingdoms of Judah and Israel.1  Over nine hundred years before Christ, Solomon acknowledged a time for war.2 The second president... 

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David Had Absalom

September 4, 2013 by   | Category: Blog, Bottom Blog

By Lola Cain I don’t know how I so successfully manage to place Biblical ‘heroes’ on a pedestal—but I do. Specifically at this moment I am thinking of King David. A couple of days ago in a ‘discouraging’ moment over a fragile relationship God reminded me that David had Absalom. His own son tried to kill him, and took over David’s rightful place as King. What is truly remarkable is how David reacted. He loved his son, in spite of Absalom’s behavior. That... 

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