No, GM Mosquitoes Didn’t Start The Zika Outbreak

By Christie Wilcox | January 31, 2016 9:56 pm

A new ridiculous rumor is spreading around the Internets. According to conspiracy theorists, the recent outbreak of Zika can be blamed on the British biotech company Oxitec, which some are saying even intentionally caused the disease as a form of ethnic cleansing or population control. The articles all cite a lone Redditor who proposed the connection on January 25th to the Conspiracy subreddit. “There are no biological free lunches,” says one commenter on the idea. “Releasing genetically altered species into the environment could have disastrous consequences” another added. “Maybe that’s what some entities want to happen…?” Continue reading No, GM Mosquitoes Didn’t Start The Zika Outbreak

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Pope Francis to release much anticipated Synod on the Family exhortation in March

by Pete Baklinski Thu Jan 28, 2016 – 12:41 pm

(LifeSiteNews) — A much anticipated document written by Pope Francis that some think could chart the future course of the barque of Peter through the waters of sexuality, marriage, and family is set to be released this coming March. Continue reading Pope Francis to release much anticipated Synod on the Family exhortation in March

CIA releases secret files of ‘flying saucer’ UFO sightings – including over Britain

© Provided by The Independent ‘Flying saucers’ spotted over Sheffield in March 1952 (Picture: [copyright])

The CIA has posted online previously secret photographs purportedly showing UFOs or ‘flying saucers’ hovering over Britain.The hand selected images are among formerly classified files from the 1950s which were hidden away by the American spy agency. Continue reading CIA releases secret files of ‘flying saucer’ UFO sightings – including over Britain

Morocco Declaration: Muslim Nations Should Protect Christians from Persecution

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Religious Freedom

In Marrakesh, hundreds of Muslim leaders release modern update to Muhammad’s Charter of Medina.

by Morgan Lee[ posted 1/27/2016 11:48AM ]

For years, Texas megachurch pastor Bob Roberts has been building relationships with Muslims. Last year, after Franklin Graham argued that the US government should ban Muslims from immigrating to America, the NorthWood Church leader joined Muslim leaders in denouncing the comments. In October, he and imam Muhammad Magid hosted the Spreading the Peace Convocation, which was attended by nearly 200 imams and evangelical pastors. Continue reading Morocco Declaration: Muslim Nations Should Protect Christians from Persecution

How To Investigate a Flying Saucer

Southbound on a lone desert highway, police officer Lonnie Zamora was in pursuit of a speeding car outside the town of Socorro, New Mexico, when he was startled by a loud roar! Seconds later, he saw a large flame rise from the ground and pierce the sky above a remote patch of desert southwest of the highway. Fearing a nearby dynamite shack might have exploded, Zamora let the speeding car go, turned right, and drove down a bumpy gravel road that ran alongside the shack. Continue reading How To Investigate a Flying Saucer

Take a Peek Into Our “X-Files”

The CIA declassified hundreds of documents in 1978 detailing the Agency’s investigations into Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs). The documents date primarily from the late 1940s and 1950s.

To help navigate the vast amount of data contained in our FOIA UFO collection, we’ve decided to highlight a few documents both skeptics and believers will find interesting.

Continue reading Take a Peek Into Our “X-Files”

2016 World Watch List drawn from world headlines

Published: Jan. 13, 2016 by World Watch Monitor

Some of the most urgent headlines of the past 12 months, from the global spread of jihadist violence to North Korea’s test of a putative atomic weapon, intersect with an updated list of the most difficult places to live as a Christian. Continue reading 2016 World Watch List drawn from world headlines

The Danish Girl is nonsense. I would know. I was once a transgender woman.

‘The Danish Girl’ fails to address the reality of life after sex reassignment surgery and the need to treat comorbid psychological disorders.

by Walt Heyer Wed Jan 13, 2016

(ThePublicDiscourse) — At times, I felt as if I were trapped in the audience of a never-ending timeshare resort sales pitch. When would the predictable sound bites be over?

The Danish Girl is stuffed with fluffy, gooey sentiments designed to convince “homophobic” or “transphobic” heterosexuals that the painful twists and turns of a transgender person’s life are really a healthy and courageous quest to embrace his or her true self. The film overflows with familiar LGBT talking points. At a key moment, the lead character exclaims, “I finally am who I am!” Continue reading The Danish Girl is nonsense. I would know. I was once a transgender woman.

The Coming Persecution

The coming persecution has already begun to one degree or another. Street preachers in South Carolina are handcuffed and hauled off to jail due to “noise pollution.” Christians in the Middle East are put to death in the name of Allah and even a friend of mine, Wally Tope, was beaten into a coma by looters as he shared the gospel in LA during the riots. True, persecution has been the lot of the church since it’s inception and books like “FOXE’S BOOK OF MARTYRS,” have testified of this fact down through the corridors of time. Continue reading The Coming Persecution

British Evangelicals Worried about Sunday School, Youth Group Raids

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Plans to regulate extremist Muslim madrassas would also affect youth ministry, warns EAUK.

by Morgan Lee[ posted 2/1/2016 11:55PM ]

Last summer, British prime minister David Cameron laid out a five-year plan to combat growing Islamist extremism.

But ambiguous language in one of the policies meant to regulate extremist Muslim schools has British evangelicals raising the red flag. Continue reading British Evangelicals Worried about Sunday School, Youth Group Raids