Monthly Archives: February 2014

Creationism and Genesis 1 – More Than 1 View

Was all of creation  made in 6 literal, 24 hour days? What does Genesis really say in this regard and more interestingly how have the Hebrew scholars interpreted the creation account? What did the ancient Israelites believe about the story of creation? Did they understand it as an account that should be taken “literally.” And, speaking of “literally” what does “literally” mean in the first place? Michael Heiser, in the video below, injects some much needed intellectual honesty into the discussion of Genesis 1 and the creation.

Russell Blaylock, MD Speaks About Chemtrails

What a surprise when I discovered that Dr. Russell Blaylock is speaking out about chem trails. Frankly, it is a relief to know that someone of his stature, prestige and integrity is taking this issue seriously. Blaylock was one of the first MD’s to warn about the neuro toxins in our food supply and the resulting brain damage they cause in his book “Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills“. Now he continues his crusade for brain health by bringing the topic of chem trail reality into the mainstream.

Chem Trails and Nutritional Solutions

Geoengineering, Chemtrails, MSG, GMO, Infertility & More

Questions that Challenge Conventional Christian Doctrine

jokerIf individual souls are saved by making a confession of faith in Jesus Christ at what point in time did that transpire?

Some reformers teach that people who were born on “old testament” times are saved by the same faith in Christ as those born in “new testament” times. If that is true, and clearly those born between the time of Adam and Christ had varying degrees of understanding of the Messiah and His purpose. Most, if not all believing that He was to be the King in the line of David who would rule and reign in righteousness and peace according to Zechariah 14 and all nations would stream to Jerusalem to worship Him. Question, WHO exactly were they (OT believers) placing their trust in for salvation?

The reason the time is important is that most Christian Churches teach that salvation is found in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. If you invite Jesus into your heart then you will be saved. My question is…

At what point in time did God flip the switch and require people to “invite Jesus into their hearts” to be saved?

Does anyone else see a slight problem with that? Think world wide. Think Israelites scattered to the 4 corners of the earth by the time of Christ. Think how many people in the time of Christ and say the next 30 years after his ascension had even the opportunity to “know” Jesus…most I submit had never even heard of this God man who was crucified.

So here’s the scenario: Let’s assume there were some righteous, god fearing Israelites (aka Jews) living in the nether parts during the 1st century AD. They are cruising along, acting justly, living humbly, loving mercy etc. They worship the one true and living God YHWH. They are caring for the poor, using accurate weights and measures, giving their tithes and offerings, etc. In other words loving YHWH with all their heart soul mind and strength and also depending on YHWH for their righteousness and salvation.

They think they are accepted by God because this is what the Word of God has taught them all along. But unbeknownst to them a messiah, the heir to David’s throne, has come, died, was resurrected and ascended to the right hand of God the Father. He was crucified and many people who knew him say He is YHWH in the flesh (the Son of God that Daniel prophesied about and Isaiah spoke about). And, by the way, now that he has come you have to believe and understand that this young man (who was crucified, raised from the dead and ascended in to heaven) born of Mary, is fully God and fully man.

You thought you were good with God, and you die and discover that low and behold you had no idea about this Jesus and you are now relegated to an eternity in hell. What kind of a cosmic pulling out the rug from under you, joke would that be?