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Archive for October, 2007

Happy Newyechrismathanksgivoween! (Oct. 31-Jan.1)

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

Ready or not, Halloween now marks the beginning of an ‘extended’ holiday season. I went into a ‘big box’ store yesterday to get a few things and saw a remarkable scene. There in the specialty section was the Halloween candy that I expected and further on down were Harvest decor paper plates and turkey platters […]

Student:”I want the Sharia law imposed in my country”

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007

From Jihad Watch: here is a link to a video of a Muslim Woman who is a student at George Washington University advocating the imposition of Sharia law upon this country? This comes during and as a response to GWU Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week festivities. To be fair, we are not sure that she is talking […]

Prime Minister of Iraq Pledges to Protect Iraqi Christians

Monday, October 29th, 2007

Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki pledged Saturday that the government of Iraq would do all that they could do in protecting what was left of the Christian community in Iraq. He has received pressure from many directions to do more for the Christians who are left. It is thought that nearly 50% the the Christians have […]

Culture //Clash// of The Week: Halloween and the Occult

Saturday, October 27th, 2007

All the horror and occult movies come out of the vault this time of the year as Halloween approaches. What is disconcerting to Christians in America is the profound changes in our culture relative to this ‘holiday’. Ghoulish obsession with everything scary and evil has become a mandatory part of the October experience. I remember […]

Official:China is Now Going to Encourage Religion?

Thursday, October 25th, 2007

According to Reuters, Ye Xiaowen, Director-General of the State Administration for Religious Affairs, told reporters at the ruling Communist Party’s 17th Congress, that China was now going to encourage religion to play a future role “in promoting economic and social development” rather than crushing all religions like the Communist Party has acted in the past. […]

Poll: Atheists Less Likely to Treat Others Well

Wednesday, October 24th, 2007

According to a recent poll taken in Canada, those who profess to believe in God are more likely to be concerned about others and actually treat other people better than those who are atheists. Comments: Atheist authors like Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, and Christopher Hitchens have been arguing lately that humanity would be better off […]