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« Reply #15 on: December 22, 2007, 10:27:32 PM »


Organizations such as Arachim, which once specialized in seminars lecturing participants on the proof of God's existence, now operate in converted movie theaters and nightclubs in downtown Tel Aviv. Stylishly dressed twenty- and thirty-somethings come for a lecture on "Lite Philosophy," often sanitized to remove even the slightest hint of religious brainwashing. The lectures are conveniently scheduled to allow for pub-crawling afterward.

Idealistic teens who want something meaningful between high school and army service, or before starting university, can go to one of the growing number of academies where secular and religious youths - males and females together - pore over a diverse curriculum of Jewish and non-Jewish philosophy and literature in what looks like a cross between a traditional Beit Midrash Jewish learning framework and a hippie comm une.

The mixture sometimes manifests itself in clothing. Many of the young men sport beards and even wear tzitzit (ritual fringes) under their shirts, but not a kippa, so as to avoid instant categorization. In secular high schools the large, white kippa of the Bratslav Hasidim has become a fashion accessory, while hip-hop and trance arrangements of traditional texts dominate the Israeli pop music charts.

Once-staunchly secular kibbutzim and moshavim have built new synagogues and conduct their own versions of Shabbat prayers. No, they are not becoming religious, they say, they just felt something was missing from their communal lives.

The traditional yeshiva scene is also changing rapidly. Some rabbis are actually prepared to confront the formerly taboo subject of dropping out. Some yeshivot now have a table tennis or even a pool table in the basement, and will turn a blind eye if a student goes out to work or just hangs out for most of the day as long as he commits himself to a couple of hours of daily study in the morning or evening.

Many ultra-Orthodox spend hours on the Internet, and despite strict rabbinical rulings against the practice thousands participate daily in forums such as "B'hadrei Haredim," where issues of Haredi life are freely debated. Some sociologists believe the easy access to information provided by the Internet will cause Haredi society to disintegrate within a decade, but for now it seems to be having the opposite effect. Many Haredi youth are finding it easier to remain within the community now that they have a chance to let off steam with other anonymous Web users.

It is easier to analyze the process whereby Israelis became much more relaxed about Judaism than to predict where it will lead. The first generation of Zionism was a clear rebellion against the religious authority of parents and rabbis. As a result, most Israelis in the first decades of independence were staunchly secular and highly suspicious of religion and religious people. Their children firmly defended this ideology and cultivated a state identity of secular nationalism, almost totally devoid of traditional religious content. But the third generation had fewer of these inhibitions. They had traveled to India after their army service, where they experienced ill-defined religious feelings or signed on to the New Age movement. When they returned to Israel, the novelty wore off, but they still felt the need for something more spiritual, closer to home this time. At the same time, in the mid-1990s, it became fashionable for groups of academics, artists and media types to get together occasionally for impromptu lectures centered on what came to be known as "the Jewish bookshelf."

Both of these developments were met by a growing self-confidence on the part of younger Orthodox and ultra-Orthodox Jews, who were prepared to shed their ghetto mentality and engage with their secular counterparts on equal terms. Suddenly, their religious knowledge and background was actually seen as an advantage in social interactions.

More and more Israelis are preferring not to define themselves religiously within Judaism. There is no movement of those who want to meet Judaism on their own terms and there are no leaders. Politicians and rabbis can only lose out as a result of this breakdown of boundaries. The once wildly successful Shinui Party, which campaigned on an anti-religious platform, has been wiped off the electoral map. In the national-religious community, many rabbis, worried about what they see as a laxity in observance, have joined the Hardal camp, fusing ultra-Orthodox codes of religious adherence with right-wing politics. They have attracted thousands of young people to a new, radical code of devotion to mitzvot and to the Land of Israel. But it seems that for every religious teenager signing on to this new, radical style of piety, there is another who is drawn to the new sub-strata of Israeli society, learning Torah and embracing tradition without need of formal commitment or recourse to coercion.

Israel is in the throes of a major religious awakening
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« Reply #16 on: December 28, 2007, 04:40:26 PM »

Again these are mostly not posted on the forum. All the links are working, as I post this.

False Christs/Prophets (Matthew 24:4; 24:11)

Mexicans crowd shrine despite church's troubles

Germany seeking to ban Scientology

Theology divides Mormons, evangelicals

Questions surround TV preacher inquiry

Analysis: Romney's 'Mormon speech' risk

Wars & Rumors of Wars (Matthew 24:6)

Al-Qaida No. 2 criticizes peace talks

EU decides to deploy police mission to Kosovo

U.S., Japan tighten missile-defense ties

NATO allies agree to develop Afghan master plan

NATO-led nations meet to tackle Afghan insurgency

Rice: Iran, North Korea still dangerous

Algeria bombings show al-Qaida's reach

Russia's moratorium on treaty starts

Al-Qaida claims bloody Algiers bombings

No deal at Kosovo talks hands world the problem

Diplomats: No Russian buildup on border

Iran leader claims win in nuke faceoff

US: Al-Qaida active in Afghanistan

US: Iran halted weapons program in 2003

Earthquakes (Matthew 24:7)

Medium strength quake strikes eastern Venezuela

Quake jolts Indonesia's Bali

Persecution (Matthew 24:8 )

Attacks force churches to boost security

Christian biologist fired for beliefs, suit says

Baghdad Christians celebrate Sunday Mass

Cuba apologizes for police raid on Catholic church

Preacher rebuffs Senate spending inquiry

Philippine Catholics afraid of Muslim homeland deal

China's Catholic Church ordains a bishop

China: Reporters welcome at its Olympics

Pledge, motto cases to be heard by court

Increase in Wickedness/Love Grows Cold  (Matthew 24:12)

Woman convicted in husband's acid murder

Crime gangs make billions from Bulgaria sex slaves

6 shot after leaving Vegas school bus

Colo. church gunman had been kicked out

Suburban sex parties draw complaints

Holiday cheer shattered in an instant

9 dead in Nebraska mall shooting

Group cites video game sex, violence

Jet-setters charged with identity theft

Worldwide Dissemination of the Gospel/church News (Matthew 24:14)

Vatican defends right to spread message

Bethlehem expects Christmas tourist boom

Hotel chain offers free rooms for Marys and Josephs at Christmas

Baghdad Christians celebrate Sunday Mass

Bloggers keep the faith, contentiously

Christian group prays for celebuwrecks

Signs & Wonders in the Heavens, Sun, Moon &  Stars (Luke 21:11; 21:25)

Scientists find what makes the solar wind howl

I've posted quite a bit in the past few weeks.

Pestilence (Luke 21:11)

Bird flu flares again in Asia

Panic spreads as Uganda reports 101 Ebola cases

Study shows how Chikungunya virus spread so far

WHO says victim's dad also has bird flu

Man jailed for not taking TB medication

Donors pledge extra $406 mln in bird flu funds

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« Reply #17 on: December 28, 2007, 04:54:22 PM »

Fearsome Events (Luke 21:11)

Thousands shiver after Midwest ice storm
Natural disasters have quadrupled in two decades: study
Bangladeshi cyclone kills at least 1,723

Nations in Distress (Luke 21:25)

Clooney and Cheadle get peace award for Darfur
Spree of musician killings shocks Mexico
AIDS monastery ordered shut in Myanmar
Arroyo quashes latest challenge

Roaring Seas & Tides (Luke 21:25)

Red tide blamed for Calif. bird deaths
Rising sea floods Indonesian capital
Typhoon death toll rises as floods sweep Philippines

Apprehensive for the Future (Luke 21:26)

EU threatens to boycott US climate talks
2007 among warmest years on record <--- Could have fooled me, it's been colder then normal this year.
Climate skeptics say debate stifled
Ominous Arctic melt worries experts
Gore accepts Nobel Peace Prize
China says West should deal with warming
Global warming puts Amazon at risk
Global warming wreaks havoc with nature
Scientists beg for climate action Roll Eyes

Knowledge Increases (Daniel 12:4)

SKoreans clone cats that glow in the dark
Scientists cure mice with sickle cell
IBM says breakthrough heralds supercomputer on chip
Duke scientists map 'silenced genes'
Stem Cell Breakthrough Could Stifle Research

And I think thats enough links for today........ Grin
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« Reply #18 on: December 30, 2007, 06:37:11 AM »

Brother,

YES - The time appears to be ripe. There are massive lists of events in all areas that are like falling pieces of a giant puzzle, and the pieces of the puzzle appear to fit. The time is soon.

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Tom

1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 NASB
But we do not want you to be uninformed, brethren, about those who are asleep, so that you will not grieve as do the rest who have no hope. For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so God will bring with Him those who have fallen asleep in Jesus. For this we say to you by the word of the Lord, that we who are alive and remain until the coming of the Lord, will not precede those who have fallen asleep. For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first. Then we who are alive and remain will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air, and so we shall always be with the Lord. Therefore comfort one another with these words.
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« Reply #19 on: January 01, 2008, 09:32:38 PM »

 Less than ten percent of all born again Christians have a Biblical world view

George Barna, a pollster with an independent marketing research company, found in a recent survey that only 4% of the overall population of America and 9% of born-again Christians have a biblical world view, suggesting that many of the nation's moral and spiritual challenges are directly attributable to this fact.

For the purposes of the research, a biblical world view was defined as believing that absolute moral truth exists, that such truth is defined by the Bible, and that the Bible is accurate in all of its teachings.

A biblical world view based upon understanding Bible prophecy is essential for an understanding of the times we live in today.

Let's look at the provision in scripture for a biblical world view. All scripture is God breathed. That means it's inspired and is profitable for doctrine, for correction, and instruction in righteousness, that's II Timothy 3:16. God gave the scriptures to the Jew to preserve and communicate to mankind, Romans 3:1-2. And thus, we have His written Word for us today. Our blessings and understanding comes from God's provision of His heart, His mind, His thoughts in written form, the Bible.

Now, let's look at the priority for studying a biblical world view. The Apostle Paul wrote that we must study the Word of God, a workman that need not be ashamed, relying on God's Word for all of life's questions. We must rightly divide the Word of truth, the Bible, to ascertain its true meaning. These two principles, study and rightly dividing the Word of God, are instruction for the End Times and they come from Paul's exhortation to young Timothy found in II Timothy 2:15.

Finally, let's look at the prophetic scenario of a biblical world view. A study of Bible prophecy reveals the scenario for the Last Days with a seven year period of judgment in our world followed by the return of the Messiah, Jesus Christ, to establish His Kingdom here on earth. However, preceeding that seven years of judgment, those who are true born again Christians will be taken out of this world to be with Jesus Christ, that's the Rapture.

Allowing the Bible to form our world view prepares us for these future events and gives us evidence as to how close they may be.
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« Reply #20 on: January 02, 2008, 10:10:12 PM »

AMEN PASTOR ROGER!

The truth of this article is really staggering. Bluntly, many self-proclaimed Christians of today don't think that Bible Study is important enough to do every day. As a result, we have tons of baby Christians who have never progressed past the soft food and Milk of THE WORD. GOD has prepared a "Huge Buffet" of all good things in terms of "Spiritual Food", but many Christians don't have the teeth to eat it. In terms of problems for Christians, I think this is one of the greatest ones Christians face today. One needs more than just the "Milk" of THE WORD to grow Strong in CHRIST! We all need a full set of "Spiritual Teeth" to eat the "MEAT" of GOD'S WORD, and we need to be eating a healthy diet of "Spiritual Food" every day. Food for our Spirit should be more important than food for our physical bodies. Without adequate nourishment, our physical bodies become weak and ill. The same is TRUE for our Spirit. As Christians, we should be thinking about an ultimate REALITY:  we will only be using these physical bodies for a short period of time. It's just a temporary residence that the Bible compares to a tent. As a contrast, we are our Spirit for Eternity, and GOD will give us a glorified body at HIS Appointed Time. We need to eat the good things that GOD has provided for us and FEED our Spirit!

Love In Christ,
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For this reason also, since the day we heard of it, we have not ceased to pray for you and to ask that you may be filled with the knowledge of His will in all spiritual wisdom and understanding, so that you will walk in a manner worthy of the Lord, to please Him in all respects, bearing fruit in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God; strengthened with all power, according to His glorious might, for the attaining of all steadfastness and patience; joyously giving thanks to the Father, who has qualified us to share in the inheritance of the saints in Light.
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« Reply #21 on: January 03, 2008, 02:10:14 PM »

Less than ten percent of all born again Christians have a Biblical world view

A biblical world view based upon understanding Bible prophecy is essential for an understanding of the times we live in today.

The Apostle Paul wrote that we must study the Word of God, a workman that need not be ashamed, relying on God's Word for all of life's questions. We must rightly divide the Word of truth, the Bible, to ascertain its true meaning. These two principles, study and rightly dividing the Word of God, are instruction for the End Times and they come from Paul's exhortation to young Timothy found in II Timothy 2:15.

Allowing the Bible to form our world view prepares us for these future events and gives us evidence as to how close they may be.

How very sad, not even 10%.  As Brother Tom says, "We need to eat the good things that GOD has provided for us and FEED our Spirit!

I must say that I enjoy this site because of the sincerity of all the moderators to rightly divide the Word of truth.

Thank you so much and God Bless,

Love in Christ, Eva
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« Reply #22 on: January 12, 2008, 01:58:52 PM »

Rhode Island school to track students with RFID tags

A Rhode Island school district plans to begin using Radio Frequency Identification -- or RFID -- technology to track students, starting next week. But the plan is not without opposition. Neal McCluskey with the Cato Institute says while the program may have good intentions, it is still a bad idea.

The Middletown, Rhode Island, school district will attach RFID tags to the book bags of about 80 children who ride buses to and from school. The system is supposed to allow the district and parents to know whether their children are on the bus. Global Positioning System (GPS) devices will also allow officials and parents to locate buses.

A spokesperson for the district told Associated Press that the system will improve accountability and efficiency of the schools' transportation services. But McCluskey, education policy analyst for the Cato Institute, says Americans should be concerned any time any government entity, like a public school, wants to gather more information about them.

"And I think a lot of people, with good reason, see this sort of as the camel's nose under the tent of greater tracking, more intrusion on personal freedom and independence," he says.

"It'll all be cast in terms like 'It's for their safety. It's for efficiency' -- which, you know, might be legitimate reasons to do it," the Cato Institute analyst acknowledges. "But when it comes from a government entity ... unless it's truly, fully voluntary, people are very worried that it's going to become something much bigger than it starts out as and it's a legitimate concern."

The fundamental problem, according to McCluskey, is that the plan will be imposed upon parents who pay for the school through their taxes and who may have legitimate concerns about privacy and other tracking applications of the technology -- such as tracking students during and after school.

In addition to privacy concerns and fears of expanded use of such electronic monitoring of children, security experts point out that the system would only track whether the RFID tag, not the actual child, is or is not on the bus. Advocates for school choice say the program is evidence of the laziness of some public school administrators, who should -- they say -- already have systems in place to know the location of every student for the entire school day.
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« Reply #23 on: January 14, 2008, 12:21:21 PM »

UM?

Isn't this interesting? They want more control over students than they have over criminals in the prisons, illegal aliens, and terrorists who have already taken advantage of open borders. We already have horrible dereliction of duty with the ILLEGAL, so let's add invasion of privacy for the LEGAL. It really sounds like a broken system that's gone INSANE! It also sounds like the end days of this Age of Grace!
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« Reply #24 on: January 15, 2008, 08:52:26 AM »

Hospitals tagging babies with electronic chips 
Privacy advocates protest as half of Ohio birthing centers turn to tracking technology

Over half the birthing facilities in Ohio are being equipped with an RFID infant protection system placed on infants at birth to prevent them from being abducted from the hospital or from being given to the wrong mother.

"Standard protocol in the hospitals using the VeriChip system is that the baby receives an RFID anklet at birth and the mother receives a matching wristband," VeriChip spokeswoman Allison Tomek told WND. "The mothers are not asked."

VeriChip Corp., a publicly listed company headquartered in Delray Beach, Fla., is marketing though its wholly-owned subsidiary, Xmark, a HUGS brand tag-and-bracelet infant security system. The RFID tag is attached to an infant at birth by an ankle bracelet that is detected by monitors positioned throughout the hospital.

Critics charge the VeriChip system is an intrusive technology solution to a problem that is rare.

"The VeriChip infant security system is a technology looking for a solution," said Katherine Albrecht, founder and director of CASPIAN, Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering.

"Baby snatching from hospital facilities is a diaper full of nonsense," Albrecht told WND.

She cited a January 2003 report from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children concluding that of approximately 4.2 million births per year at 3,500 birthing centers in the U.S., abductions by non-family members are estimated at between zero and 12 per year. Of those, the mother is re-united with the child 95 percent of the time.

"Ironically, relying on RFID technology could end up making a rare occurrence more likely," Albrecht said. "Once hospital staffers rely on computer systems to track the human inventory in their care, they become less vigilant."

Albrecht is co-author along with Liz McIntyre of "Spychips: How Major Corporations and Government Plan to Track Your Every Purchase and Watch Your Every Move."

The HUGS system can detect if the RFID tag is lifted from the baby's skin, if the ankle strap broken or if the baby's RFID tag and the mother's don't match.

If a newborn is removed from the ward without authorization or a baby is placed with the wrong mother, the system triggers an alarm that can cause hospital entrances and exits to lock shut.

"The infant abductions that do occur tend to happen in larger, more impersonal hospitals," Albrecht emphasized.

"We actually investigated an abduction that involved a baby who was wearing an RFID ankle bracelet at the time of the abduction," Albrecht said. "What happened was a woman dressed up in hospital scrubs. Even though the other staffers in the maternity ward did not recognize this woman, nobody reported her, because they thought the RFID system would take care of any problem."

The woman figured out how to turn the RFID system off, Albrecht said, 'and she just walked right out of the hospital carrying the baby, without anybody stopping her."

VeriChip objects, claiming its RFID anklet-and-bracelet infant security system has prevented baby abductions. Spokeswoman Tomek, however, declined to cite specific proof, claiming privacy issues and the need to keep hospital security procedures confidential.

The VeriChip RFID anklets and bracelets are removed by the birthing facility when the mothers and babies are released.

HUGS system RFID anklets and bracelets are not equipped with GPS technology.

VeriChip also produces a human implantable RFID chip that is marketed in the health care area for chronic diseases, including diabetes or stroke, or memory impairment illnesses such as Alzheimer's disease.

"The only viable part of the VeriChip market right now is this infant security system," Albrecht told WND. "People in the United States don't want the human implantable RFID chips VeriChip thought was going to be the core of their business."

Albrecht said VeriChip hopes eventually there will be a mandatory program such as the UK has for implanting RFID chips in prisoners."

The VeriChip human implantable RFID chip was cleared for medical use in the U.S. by the Food and Drug Administration in October 2004.

VeriChip currently has a market capitalization of about $20 million and 2006 sales of more than $27 million.

VeriChip stock closed yesterday at $2.02 a share.

One more step to force this technology onto people whether they want it or not.

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« Reply #25 on: January 17, 2008, 08:22:22 PM »

 Scientists call for "Evidence-Based" teaching of evolution in schools

A statement signed by 67 national science academies says evidence of the origins of life is being concealed, denied, or confused and the world's top scientists are calling for "Evidence-Based" teaching of evolution in schools.

These scientists say the key facts of evolution, which they claim is scientific evidence which has never been contradicted, also includes the fact that the earth is 4.5 billion years old and the onset of life was at least 2.5 billion years ago.

The world's top scientists believe that every classroom must teach "Evidence-Based" evolution to explain the origins of man, which is in reality a precursor to the fulfillment of Bible prophecy for the Last Days. There has been growing concern within the scientific community that children are not being taught basic facts on evolution and the nature of scientific inquiry.

The world's top scientists say in some countries the simple theory of evolution is denied in the teaching of children in schools. Now, these scientists want evidence based evolution taught in all schools.

I must remind you, it is indeed the theory of evolution and it never has been determined scientifically to be absolute. It is still a theory. This report is however, evidence that Jesus Christ is preparing to come back to the earth, seemingly in the near future. The Apostle Peter, in the content of his last book, II Peter 3:2-7, wrote that in the Last Days supposedly intelligent people will be willingly ignorant, or actually dumb on purpose, ignorant of the truth of the biblical account of Creation and the origins of all of life, all that is in our universe.

The denial by the world's top scientists that the God of the Bible created everything in six 24-hour days around 6,000 years ago is evidence that Jesus Christ is coming soon.


2Pe 3:2  That ye may be mindful of the words which were spoken before by the holy prophets, and of the commandment of us the apostles of the Lord and Saviour:
2Pe 3:3  Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts,
2Pe 3:4  And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.
2Pe 3:5  For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water:
2Pe 3:6  Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished:
2Pe 3:7  But the heavens and the earth, which are now, by the same word are kept in store, reserved unto fire against the day of judgment and perdition of ungodly men.
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« Reply #26 on: January 17, 2008, 09:29:01 PM »

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Evolution, has been proved to be fraudulent so many time will they ever learn??

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These scientists say the key facts of evolution, which they claim is scientific evidence which has never been contradicted, also includes the fact that the earth is 4.5 billion years old and the onset of life was at least 2.5 billion years ago.

That be kind of hard, when the earth is only 6,000 years old. But of course they deny the facts, for there own advancement of a theory. A theory is a guess, thats all guessing.

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The denial by the world's top scientists that the God of the Bible created everything in six 24-hour days around 6,000 years ago is evidence that Jesus Christ is coming soon.


2Pe 3:2  That ye may be mindful of the words which were spoken before by the holy prophets, and of the commandment of us the apostles of the Lord and Saviour:
2Pe 3:3  Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts,
2Pe 3:4  And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation.
2Pe 3:5  For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water:
2Pe 3:6  Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished:
2Pe 3:7  But the heavens and the earth, which are now, by the same word are kept in store, reserved unto fire against the day of judgment and perdition of ungodly men.

AMEN!!!

I'm ready to go to my real home, today would be just fine!!
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« Reply #27 on: January 27, 2008, 06:27:04 PM »

Again these are mostly not posted on the forum. All the links are working, as I post this.

False Christs/Prophets

Senator to question televangelists again
Georgia church leader turns himself in
Megachurch leader charged with perjury
'Islamic Jesus' hits Iranian movie screens
Hinn, Hilliard resign ORU regents posts
Correction: Germany-Scientology story

Wars & Rumors of Wars

Pakistan rebuffs U.S. plan for CIA buildup
New Taliban chief entering limelight
Iran says it could attack US bases
Gadhafi's son said tied to Iraq attack
Pakistan says nuclear assets are safe
Chavez: Pull reserves from US
Islamists planned attacks across Europe
Chavez: Colombia plans 'aggression'
Iraqi reinforcements rush to Mosul
6 powers propose new Iran sanctions
Pakistan's Musharraf says no US troops
Pakistan test fires nuke-capable missile
Forum faces world conflicts
German court convicts terror suspect
Student Convicted in Attack Against Estonian Web Site
Britain unveils terror law proposals
Russia: No peacekeepers to Kosovo
Pakistan troops kils 40 militants
U.S. commander orders plans on Pakistan
Karzai warns of spreading terrorism
Dutch to ban burqas in schools and government offices
17 years for ex-'dirty bomb' suspect
Musharraf: Pakistan isn't hunting Osama
Israel launches advanced spy satellite
Lebanese troops fire on Israeli jets
3-way standoff fuels Mideast violence
Spain wants to question terror suspects

Earthquakes

Colombia volcano erupts
Small quake reported at Mount St. Helens

Famines

UN warns of biofuels' environmental risk Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I will post more links, later. Right now i'm going to lay down for a nap. I haven't slept good the past few days.
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Persecution

China calls for stepped-up propaganda
Students stage new anti-Catholic protest in Rome
Pope's visit to university canceled
Judge bars deportation of Egyptian
British Airways worker loses cross row case
Malaysia maintains limited 'Allah' ban
China limits providers of Internet video
Kenya church torched, 50 reported killed

Increase in Wickedness/Love Grows Cold

Family pets fall victim to subprime crisis
Ohio nurse accused of raping elderly
Tenn. man fatally beaten, 3 arrested
Child thrown to death on Hawaii freeway
Baby, toddler killed in mothers' arms
Cops: Teen gang made girls prostitutes

Worldwide Dissemination of the Gospel/Church News

Praise the Lord online: Major hymn book goes digital
"God doesn't do waste," says archbishop on YouTube

Signs & Wonders in the Heavens, Sun, Moon &  Stars

Disabled spy satellite threatens Earth
Giant Storms Erupt on Jupiter
Spectacular Sky Show: Venus, Jupiter and the Moon
Dust samples prompt rethink about comets
Astronomers to get rare look at visiting asteroid
Asteroid will swing by, but won't stop
Female Figure on Mars Just a Rock
Mars' Natural Sculptures Pose Mystery
Large Asteroid to Fly Past Earth
F-16s were in area where UFO reported
Dozens in Texas town report seeing UFO
NASA spacecraft speeds by Mercury
No big bang: Asteroid will miss Mars
NOAA confirms start of new sunspot cycle
Microsoft bigwigs donate to telescope Hmmmm, could they be looking for "Wormwood?"
Meteor Shower Friday Morning
Data shed new light on night clouds

Pestilence

Bird flu threat still real, scientists say
Initiative reduces unneeded antibiotics slightly
Experts call for rethinking AIDS money
Ignorance of dangers hampers India bird flu fight
Indonesian boy dies of bird flu
Over 550 cholera cases in Congo mining capital
Ukraine finds H5N1 bird flu in Crimea
U.S. to study bizarre medical condition
Plague a growing but overlooked threat
Proteins found that AIDS virus preys on
Incurable dengue disease could spread in US
Tuberculosis exposure feared on India-to-U.S. flight
Dengue fever killed 407 in Cambodia
Thousands of Britons sickened by virus
Bird flu discovered in northern Israel
Passenger with TB in Calif. hospital
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Fearsome Events

Stock markets plunge worldwide
Once Mighty Britain Tumbles, Its ETF Sinks
Floods displace thousands in southern Africa
Midwest tornadoes kill 1, injure several
More than 1M lose power in Calif. storm

Nations in Distress

Death toll in latest Kenya clashes at 25
Fighting erupts in western Kenyan town
Power cuts cripple southern Africa
Kenyans hacked to death with machetes
Violence spikes in Mexico

Apprehensive for the Future

Arctic ice-cap loss twice the size of France
EU sets emissions targets to fight climate change
China, India among worst environmental performers
US moves to avert economic meltdown
Stock markets plunge worldwide
Nuclear revival rekindles waste concerns
With nuclear rebirth come new worries
Gold hits record $900 an ounce
Pakistan rejects nuclear watchdog's worries
UN climate chief to visit Antarctica

Knowledge Increases

Researchers a step closer to synthetic life
Doctors report transplant breakthrough
Scientists make human embryo clones
New material pushes the boundary of blackness
Glowing pig passes genes to piglets
Deep Impact spacecraft zips past Earth
Iran says first cloned sheep thriving
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