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FRONT PAGE  |  8/18/2019
FRIDAY, MAR 18, 2016  |  14 comments
Students Told to Worship the Sun?
We’ve heard so many times from secular groups like the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) or the Americans United for Separation of Church and State (AU) that students in science classrooms in public schools can’t be taught about creation, as that would be teaching religion in government-funded schools. And yet, such secular groups do support students being taught religion in the public schools. In fact, the government is actually allowing a religion to be imposed on public school students, and using our tax dollars to do it.

Imagine if public school students in their science classes were encouraged to worship the sun. And yet this is happening! But how do they get away with it? Well, they just call worshipping the sun “science,” and then claim they can teach this “science” in the public schools! ...

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News Item3/21/16 11:23 AM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
The star may have been an angel.

News Item3/20/16 9:05 AM
Sun with healing | Wings  Find all comments by Sun with healing
Many writers, of course, have argued the case for an original evangelical meaning of the constellation "signs," especially the twelve signs of the Zodiac and their thirty-six "decans"--a meaning which, over the several millennia since this "gospel in the stars" was first "written," has been corrupted into the pagan system of astrology. The astronomer Maunder believed that many of these signs did, indeed, reflect God's primeval promises, and so did many other 19th-century Christian students of antiquities.

Thus, one possible scenario would be to assume that a brilliant supernova appeared in one of the heavenly "signs" (, say, that of the Virgin) which Magi could identify with a primeval promise of the coming "seed of the woman" (Gen3:15). Seeing this star while they were still "in the east" (Mat2:2), they would assume the Biblical prophecies were now to be fulfilled, then make all arrangements to set out to Jerusalem in a great entourage to do homage to the newborn King. In view of the sensitive political situation, and the large military escort which undoubtedly accompanied them, their questions about this new "King of the Jews" caused King Herod to be "troubled, and all Jerusalem with him" (Mat2:3).
[URL=]]]Star witness[/URL]


News Item3/19/16 6:51 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
Maybe the science teacher is RC.

News Item3/19/16 8:29 AM
NeedHim  Find all comments by NeedHim
May the Lord open up the depective soil of John Y heart & mind that is holding onto Rome & her fasle gospel messages. Isn't healthy for the daily renewing of ones spiritual heart,ones mind,ones body & ones soul amen.

News Item3/18/16 3:30 PM
real science advocate | sunday sunshine  Find all comments by real science advocate
“Even as it is meet for me to think this of you all, because I have you in my heart; inasmuch as both in my bonds, and in the defence and confirmation of the gospel, ye all are partakers of my grace.” (Phil 1:7)

Writing from prison in Rome some 10 years after he helped found the church in Philippi, Paul still felt such a bond with those believers that he insisted they “partake” with him in his “defence and confirmation” of the gospel ministry.

The key word here “defense” (Greek apologia)A word not common in the New Testament text it describes a mission attitude that should anchor our approach to ministry.

Apologia, in its various forms, is most often translated “answer.” Peter used this term in a passage that urged Christians to be “ready always to give an answer [as in, an answer that is logically sufficient] to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you” (1 Peter 3:15). Paul used apologia twice to the Philippian church; both times stressed the “defence of the gospel” (Philippians 1:17).

get the kids out of lying EVILution
indoctrination camps
THEY are not up to the mission.

2. Learn the science that scoffs at silly myths of pagans: even the pagans laugh at 'Big Bang' myth; the term was coined to mock.


News Item3/18/16 3:05 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
John Y., your church are more sun worshippers than Son worshippers, q.v., [URL=]]] (SUN-WORSHIP)[/URL]

By the way, in another thread, I didn't mention this,

David Plotz wrote:
Patrick co-opted Druid symbols in order to undermine the rival religion, fusing nature and magic with Christian practice. The Irish placed a sun at the center of their cross.
excerpt from, [URL=]]]St. Patrick: No snakes. No shamrocks. Just the facts.[/URL]

So, actually, many of your fellow Catholics should feel right at home worshiping the sun, it fits in with many of the other pagan practices of the Romish Church.


News Item3/18/16 11:12 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Why isn't the American Civil Liberties Union crying separation of church and state in this instance? They would be crying separation of church and state if Christianity was involved. Why are liberals so hypocritical?

News Item3/18/16 10:56 AM
pennlope  Find all comments by pennlope
"My throat hurts from the islamic & homosexual agendas being forced down it. I will just keep vomiting for now."

the leftist PC agenda to marginalize and divide americans to advance an unholy cause.

stripping children of their dignity by teaching a false religion and perversions that keep from them the fruit of their Christain heritage and the cycle of life of God and family.

the invisible church is being called out during this time. time to pray, time to have solidarity in Christ, because they are crying for "democracy spring", after so many have warned us of the Arab spring and their efforts to destabilize nations in the Middle East. they have perfected their ways of doing business and have come to the heart of things, right here in the nation where the Frenchman once rode through and heard praises to Christ and knew that the peace on the land had to do with the beliefs of the people.

praying that our Christian leaders be a comfort be a hand of Christ to families who's children walk through these dark times first. may our generations in the church find healing instead of being divided through political schemes to be an encouragement to the younger generation who are in the crosshairs.

(Greetings Get Real!)


News Item3/18/16 8:48 AM
real science advocate | sour krouss  Find all comments by real science advocate
Rejecting the big bang could help rescue science itself. begins, "The big bang today relies on a growing number of hypothetical entites..." These simultaneously needed rescue devices include:
- dark matter,
- dark energy,
- dark radiation,
- dark baryonic matter, and
- inflatons.
With all this wild flexibility, the big bang has led to anti-science, to the multiverse, and even to Boltzmann Brains. "It's hard to build models of inflation that don't lead to a multiverse," said Alan Guth. "But most models of inflation do lead to a multiverse, and evidence for inflation will be pushing us in the direction of taking [the idea of a] multiverse seriously." Once you posit an infinite number of universes, then atheists really run wild, as Luke Barnes over at points out, describing, "a fully-formed brain spontaneously popping out of 'empty' space. Given enough time and space this vanishingly improbable event will occur. While such freak observers, known as Boltzmann Brains, would be massively outnumbered by biological observers in our universe [RSR: saints be praised], they could be common in the almost unending time and space of the entire multiverse." Thus, the big bang is rescued by the imagined inflation period, which leads to ...round and round!

News Item3/18/16 8:48 AM
Dave Dunleavy | Youngstown, Ohio  Protected NameFind all comments by Dave Dunleavy
My daughter's 7th grade "Social Studies" class had to learn about muhammad and how islam started. I refused and they gave her a study on Christianity. My throat hurts from the islamic & homosexual agendas being forced down it. I will just keep vomiting for now.

News Item3/18/16 8:32 AM
Get Real | Wisconsin  Find all comments by Get Real
Christopher000 wrote:
Well, well, well...nice to hear from you, Get Real. Hope all is going good.
hey Christopher-roo~! nice to see you
nice to see everyone here Dave and Jim and B and everyone

News Item3/18/16 8:24 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Well, well, well...nice to hear from you, Get Real. Hope all is going good.

News Item3/18/16 8:12 AM
Get Real | Wisconsin  Find all comments by Get Real
Quantum mysticism: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Quantum mysticism is a set of metaphysical beliefs and associated practices that seek to relate consciousness, intelligence, spirituality, or mystical world-views to the ideas of quantum mechanics and its interpretations.Quantum mysticism is considered by most scientists and philosophers to be pseudoscience or "quackery".

Aleister Crowley: The Book of the Law (1904)
Every man and every woman is a star.

We are stardust, we are golden / We are billion year old carbon / And we got to get ourselves back to the garden
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Woodstock - YouTube

everything old is new again, we people tend to forget ...

I would like to add that they haven't the technology to see past the big bang, they can look a long way out into space, they can see this "big expansion" and can't see what's behind it and they admit there is more galaxy filled space behind it ...


News Item3/18/16 8:12 AM
real science advocate | sour krouse  Find all comments by real science advocate
NO Evidence of Big Bang NASA, Lawrence Krauss, et al., say it's the theory's predictions.

*The Big Bang's Failed Predictions and Failures to Predict:
As documented below, the repudiation of the predictive ability of the big bang includes its many failures.

- the theory's failed prediction of an entire universe worth of antimatter

- the failure to predict the universe worth of dark matter needed if the BB is correct

- the 2.7K CMB background radiation and the missing shadow of the CMB

- 2014's claimed discovery of gravity waves, i.e., inflation's smoking gun

- failed to predict inflation, another BB rescue device of questionable predictive value

- the claimed initial abundances of the elements hydrogen, helium and lithium

- failures with magnetic monopoles, more on lithium, and the transparency problem

- expansion, by post-dating expansion "discovery" and pre-dating the big bang, the theory could "predict" expansion

- and dozens of other major failed predictions of the big bang.

[URL=]]]Real Science radio debunks Krause mythic sun god[/URL]

Scientists identified two entire universes worth of failure in the predictions of big bang theory, regarding both its erroneous antimatter prediction & much more.

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