If you are tired of changing your clocks twice a year, then you may appreciate a move by the US Senate to make daylight savings time permanent in the US.
Russia sold Alaska to the US in 1857 for $7.2 million, roughly $140 million in today’s currency. And recently, a Russian lawmaker demanded the US return Alaska, as reparations for all the bad things that the US did to Russia and the former Soviet Union.
A recent poll conducted by the Episcopal church, entitled Jesus in America, revealed a startling gap between how believers perceive themselves and how non-believers look at Christians. During the poll conducted by Ipsos in November/December 2021, 3,119 American adults were asked several questions related to Christianity. Those surveyed included evangelical and mainline Christians and as well members of other religious groups and those who considered themselves as nonreligious. One question asked what characteristics people associated with Christians. This list included 19 characteristics, some that were positive such as humility, honesty, and compassion, and others that were negative such as arrogance, and self-righteousness. The top four positive characteristics that Evangelical Christians applied to themselves: 72% said Christians were loving; 71% said they were compassionate; 71% said giving; and 62% said Christians were respectful. And when it came to the negative characteristics, those with no religious affiliation described Christians this way: 55% said Christians were hypocritical; 54% said they were judgmental; and 50% said they were self-righteous The survey also revealed the significant disconnect between how Christians …
Shelby Cullom Davis, who works at the Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy, alleges that the Russian government has been funding many of the ‘radical environmental’ extremist groups in Europe. It is part of Putin’s strategy to make the EU become more dependent on Russian energy.
A smaller asteroid, about half the size of the giraffe, exploded over the earth somewhere between Greenland and Norway on Friday, March 11, 2022.
In Jesus’ description of the end times, He warned about a time of lawlessness descending on the earth (Matthew 24:12), and some wonder if we are already seeing hints of this prophecy coming to pass.
As the world was emerging from the COVID pandemic and lockdowns, it was suddenly hit with another crisis, as Russian President, Vladimir Putin, invaded Ukraine. And on top of this, people are now taking financial hits by an unprecedented rise in prices for food and gas (see Revelation 6:6). In many ways, this sudden series of events fits the metaphor that Jesus used to describe the initial stages of the end times, which Jesus likened to the birth pangs that a woman experiences prior to giving birth (Matthew 24:8). The birth pangs are deliberate, unstoppable, one after another, gradually increasing in speed and intensity. One of those birth pangs that Christ warned about was war, and curiously it was on par with ‘rumours of war,’ related, but in its own separate category: “You will hear of wars and rumors of wars, but see to it that you are not alarmed. Such things must happen, but the end is still to come.” (Matthew 24:6 NIV) Could we classify Vladimir Putin’s threat of using nuclear weapons during …
In case you are wondering if you can trust the legacy media in Canada, a couple of stories should set off alarm bells.
According to a recent poll conducted by Zogby, 38.9% of New Yorkers have either already made plans to leave New York or are considering a move.
According to a poll in March 2022, since the pandemic, Americans are not only becoming less trusting of politicians but also believe their elected officials have eroded Americans’ personal freedoms.