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Monthly Archives: April 2018
It was a bit of tribulation upgrading the tower from Xubuntu 16.04 to 18.04. But it’s working now and I’m looking forward to feature updates that should fix some of the nagging deficiencies. I think the new laptop will stay … Continue reading
Not every conspiracy theory is wrong. But most conspiracies have failed to accomplish all the conspirators had hoped, so there’s a lot of confusion about them. What follows is my personal take on a few examples to indicate how we … Continue reading
We can easily see how most religions in this world seek to make converts. The adherents consider it their duty to share what they regard as the ultimate universal religion for all humanity. The Hebrew Scriptures are loaded with prophetic … Continue reading
The Antichrist in Scripture is a symbol, a demonic spirit that motivates people to be hostile to the gospel. The failure of every big conspiracy theory is not taking the Bible seriously. These theories allege a higher intelligence and ability … Continue reading
In terms of photography, Luther’s claim to fame is the very large percentage of old buildings. The town sits on the southern ridge above the Deep Fork River and was built around a feed mill up against the railroad tracks. … Continue reading
We can go back and trace how the Kazar Jews infiltrated Western Europe. Today we call them Ashkenazi. A very famous member of their nation was Mayer Amschel Bauer, whose family eventually gained the nickname Rothschild and took it officially … Continue reading