New *Bible* Evidence Obama Is the Antichrist!

06/14/2010 Comments (94)

Just, y’know, not good evidence.

Consider the following video, which has been going around the Internet, with over a million hits on YouTube between different versions.

Okay. So that kind of settles it.


I don’t know who is behind the video, but whoever it is clearly has only the most rudimentary understanding of the things he’s talking about, and he makes mistakes left and right. (Put another way: He’s totally out of his depth.) This is made clear by the annotations that start popping up in the video (you can shut them off with the controller in the lower right hand corner) that, among other things, advertise an updated version of the video, in which he tries to eliminate some...READ MORE

Filed under antichrist, aramaic, barack obama, greek, hebrew, prophesy

Why So Few Gospels? Inquiring Muslims Want To Know!

06/12/2010 Comments (16)

A correspondent writes:

I’m just in need of a helping hand from you, because I’m in the middle of a debate with a muslim friend.

While we’re in the middle of discussion, he happen to addressed me with a question that blew me away, because I don’t have any idea on how I could tackle his question.

This is what he said, “Could you also tell me that there are hundreds of Gospels, then how come only four made it through the New Testament?”

I know that the “Books or Gospels” contained in the New Testament are all inspired by the Holy Spirit, but I think there are much more broader explanation regarding this matter.

I hope you could give me a helping hand regarding this subject Sir. I would...READ MORE

Filed under arabic, canon, canon of scripture, false gospels, gospels, islam, muslims, new testament, scripture

See Ya, Helen!

06/10/2010 Comments (38)

So Helen Thomas has resigned.

Fine with me. I always found her obnoxious, abrasive, partisan, rude, and mean-spirited.

But don’t count her out just yet. She previously resigned from UPI in 2000 but had a new gig at Hearst Newspapers within a few months, so we may see her again.

Though she is gone (at least for now), the question remains: Was what she said in the video clip anti-Semitic or merely anti-Zionist?

In the combox of my previous post, many commenters disagreed with me and said that the clip did provide proof of Thomas’s anti-Semitism.

That’s fine. I don’t have a problem with disagreement.

Other commenters agreed that the video didn’t provide proof of anti-Semitism and said...READ MORE

Filed under anti-semitism, benefit of the doubt, eighth commandment, golden rule, helen thomas, israel, jews, palestine, palestinians, racism

Is Helen Thomas an Anti-Semite?

06/05/2010 Comments (304)

On May 27, long-time White House correspondent Helen Thomas made remarks that have caused an uproar.

At the time, she was outside the White House, which was hosting a Jewish heritage event. An interviewer asked her if she had any comments on Israel.

Her reply was, “Tell them to get the hell out of Palestine.”

She went on to say that “they” (meaning the Palestinian people) are an occupied people and that Palestine is “their land.”

When asked where Israelis should go, Thomas said that they should “Go home” and went on to identify “home” as “Poland, Germany . . . and America . . . and everywhere else.”

Thomas’s remarks caused an uproar in which many have called her remarks offensive,...READ MORE

Filed under anti-semite, anti-semitism, helen thomas, israel, nazis, racism

Should Catholic School Offer Homosexual "Marriage" Course?

06/04/2010 Comments (41)

That’s the question that the board of regents of Seton Hall University is asking itself.

You see, one of their associate professors—W. King Mott—is scheduled to teach a course on homosexual “marriage” this fall.

According to The Setonian,

A course on gay marriage will be offered by the Women and Gender studies department next semester at Seton Hall University.

W. King Mott, an associate professor of political science and a member of the Women and Gender Studies program, will teach the course.

The class is not an advocacy course, according to Mott. Rather, it teaches the issue of gay marriage from an academic perspective.

“It is one thing to say ‘I am for or against gay marriage,’”...READ MORE

Filed under academic freedom, catholic schools, homosexual "marriage", homosexuality, john myers, king mott, seton hall university, stuart swetland

President Obama Asks *You* To Celebrate Homosexual Pride Month

06/01/2010 Comments (193)

It’s true.

The President has asked all Americans to observe this month, so if you’re an American, this means he is asking you to do so.

In a proclamation posted on the White House web site, he writes:

NOW, THEREFORE, I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim June 2010 as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month.  I call upon all Americans to observe this month by fighting prejudice and discrimination in their own lives and everywhere it exists.

Earlier in the proclamation he detailed all the things he has done on behalf of these favored...READ MORE

Filed under barack obama, discrimination, homosexuality, housing, lgbt, military, schools

What Do Italian Priests' Mistresses Want You To Know?

05/29/2010 Comments (184)

A group of 40 or so mistresses of Italian priests, including Stefania Solomone (pictured), want you—and especially Pope Benedict—to know that they don’t like priestly celibacy.

That’s why they’ve written the Pope a letter (Italian original) on the subject.

The occasion was Pope Benedict’s statement that

“The horizon of the ontological belonging to God also constitutes the proper framework for understanding and reaffirming, in our day too, the value of sacred celibacy which in the Latin Church is a charism required for Sacred Orders and is held in very great consideration in the Eastern Churches . . .

“It is an authentic prophecy of the Kingdom, a sign of consecration with undivided...READ MORE

Filed under benedict xvi, celibacy, italy, mistresses, priest

Bishop Olmsted An Evil Monster?

05/27/2010 Comments (701)

I thought I would take the opportunity to offer a few thoughts on some of the issues raised in the combox of my previous post regarding the situation in the Diocese of Phoenix.

A sizeable number of commenters strongly deplored Bishop Thomas Olmsted’s actions regarding Sr. Margaret McBride.

So far as I can tell based on the known facts, Bishop Olmsted had done three, possibly four, things regarding Sr. McBride:

1) He has contacted Sr. McBride to get her side of the story regarding the abortion she approved.

2) He has informed her that, based on the facts as he understands them, she has triggered the provision of canon law that provides a latae sententiae (automatic) excommunication...READ MORE

Filed under abortion, excommunication, margaret mcbride, phoenix, thomas olmsted

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Jimmy was born in Texas, grew up nominally Protestant, but at age 20 experienced a profound conversion to Christ. Planning on becoming a Protestant pastor or seminary professor, he started an intensive study of the Bible. But the more he immersed himself in Scripture the more he found to support the Catholic faith. Eventually, he entered the Catholic Church. His conversion story, "A Triumph and a Tragedy," is published in Surprised by Truth. Besides being an author, Jimmy is a Senior Apologist at Catholic Answers, a contributing editor to This Rock magazine, and a weekly guest on "Catholic Answers Live."