The Truth About Destiny

In reply to the Baptist traditionalist at of the Southern Baptist Convention, who spoke against the doctrine of predestiny (or just “destiny”) and speaking as if its teachers/believers of such are being unfair by not promoting anti-destiny belief at the blog post

What do you mean by “doctrinal bias”? It isn’t their bias, it is based on Scripture. God is sovereign. We have a will but it is not able to be in compliance with God unless He wills it so. A free will is one in perfect harmony with God’s, but till the body of a forgiven person is perfected only the spirit of the saved person is completely free from sin.

But ultimately isn’t what matters is that God is going to free us permanently from evil and a sinful heart and mind? So why are you focused on the teaching of “free will”? Free will to go to Hell? Please, let God not let us think this way.

Kitties Crossing Sidewalks

A short-legged black cat just walked across the sidewalk tiheaded for me, stopped before fully getting on, looked at me for a few seconds then headed down the sidewalk to the right. It was cute. Strange thing was that it was that traffic is pretty heavy at this spot right now, not when it was crossing though. Shouldn’t it have been scared? I think it was a stray.

Maybe evolution is true.


A few seconds after I posted this it slipped behind me, weird. I managed to get it on video : )

The Extreme Hypocrisy of the Mormons: Are All Non-Mormon Churches False or Not?

Two days ago, after having talked again with some Mormon missionaries for two days in a row, I again started studying the Biblical calendar of history. I came across some calendar pages by John Pratt. His name was familiar to me, and while reading the first page I came to, written by him, noticed he made an odd comment, something about something or other maybe being a sign or evidence of the Aaronic priesthood, even though I knew there was no such thing, and then saw that he was, as I suspected, a non-upfront Mormon as I looked deeper into his website. He doesn’t mention in his self-biography that he is a Mormon. I noticed a hypocritical statement he made, which was that Martin Luther was a prophet. This is in contradiction to what the founder of Mormonism taught, which was that no church was true during his time (which would include the Lutheran church that Martin Luther founded). Ironically, that same day, one of the missionaries I mentioned implied that “Martin Luther King” was a Mormon prophet, but when I asked repeatedly about him, they directly denied that he was one, and then the one who called him Martin Luther King corrected himself, saying, “actually, I think it’s Martin Luther”. More ironic was that both of the missionaries were black, but not so ironic perhaps if they had often thought about both Luthers as being saviors of some sort (one of blacks, and in a way all races, and the other who lead people away from Catholicism, however the Bible says that going from one false religion to another false one, which Arminian-type and baptism-for-salvation-requiring type Lutherism is, just increases their damnation, and therefore, their eternal punishment.)

Also, yesterday, I was in an intermediate lesson type class in a Mormon “church”, taught by a blonde woman. They apparently, but not surprising to me, have no advanced classes, as they are always going over the same basic things, which reminds me of how the Bible talks about non-Christians as always learning (about religious truths) but never able to come to the truth, as in never understanding the parts that matter most or believing them, at least believing them to the point where you change your ways in order to be pleasing to God. She was teaching about the persecution Jeremiah experienced, and trying to match it to various parts of the Book of Mormon (a supposed holy book that Joseph Smith came up with from God, which is full of spelling mistakes and grammatical errors in the original, and has many contradictions). She brought up how king Zedekiah was a hypocrite for asking Jeremiah to bless Israel despite him putting him in a horrible prison, and that he was also a weak person, as in he gave in to the will of the anti-Christians rather then to God’s. And she was somewhat emphatic about how hypocritical and weak Zedekiah was for what he did. She also talked about how Jeremiah had a “burning” feeling in him and a “calling” to the point where he couldn’t keep God’s word back (the Mormons are obsessed with feelings because their founder Joseph Smith had no evidence for his new teachings and taught them to rely on their heart instead of reason and evidence). And one of the listeners, an elderly woman who was a genealogist in that church, spoke up and said that Wycliffe also had a burning within him and a calling to speak his beliefs about God. I am not against feelings, as without them there would be no love for goodness or others and no anger at what is wrong or those who do wrong, nor am I against a so called burning feeling to do what is right or when inspired and so on, and I am not against a genuine calling. But what I am against is the hypocrisy of the Mormons, which is a hypocrisy equal to or greater than that of Zedekiah and those who knew that Jeremiah was a prophet, and what God’s word and will was: Joseph Smith claimed that one of the first things he heard in his first supernatural encounter, supposedly with Jesus himself, was that “no church is true”, meaning all the churches were misleading people about how to get eternal peace and were instead leading people to an eternity of extreme pain and sorrow in Hell. Wycliffe was not apart of the Mormon church, but was a Christian who believed in destiny, unlike Joseph Smith, who came up with, out of contempt for God, a nonsensical version of “free will”. He came up with it out of his hatred of thinking that God was truly the leader of his life, despising God’s control. How hypocritical for the many Mormons, at least 20, in that room, who did not speak out against the genealogist. And as evidence of the deeply warped view that Mormons have thanks to Joseph Smith, was that in the basic class I was in the same day before that more advanced one, was when a sloppy-teaching, clearly newbie “missionary” taught Satan’s plan was to take everyone’s free will away and make us like robots and computers because he wanted to force his plan, but he didn’t bother to say what Satan’s plan was and why God’s plan, despite using obvious force, was not in the same way trying to make us robots and computers.

So for those of you who wonder why I bring up free will now and then and go extensively into it, it’s not because I’m obsessed with it, but because others are in a sick way and are confused about it and spread that confusion to the hurt of others.

It made me very sorrowful to see adorable children in that church, and beautiful parents, some of whom were clearly deceived into thinking they really did have the true gospel, who really did think that they were sitting with Christ, who had concern for their family, but in a shallow way, a concern that was complacent, because it didn’t take the threat of Hell seriously enough to make sure their family was on God’s path to peace, but only seriously enough to make sure it was following the path of man’s tradition and will.


Two missionaries came over to my place again just as the sun was going down, and one had been switched out. They seemed to be trying to bring their lessons to a close and get me to convert. And the new one emphasized how he knew at the close of their teachings that his beliefs were right (and therefore so should I, more emotionalism). During their teaching I tried to get them to say what I thought would be typical of them, which was that God won’t send many people to Hell (the missionary that didn’t switch out apparently agreed since before the other was switched out, said that, and he didn’t correct him), and that if God tries to force anyone to do anything it’s a violation of their free will and that if you have eternal life you’ll sin all you like. They disappointed me, and I think part of it was my own fault for leading them to clarity, and praying that they would be lead to truth more than ever. I should have been happy about it, and I was a little, but I was hoping things would be simple and the same with no complications. I did get them to admit that they believe that God can’t force anyone to do anything, but as I kept pressing, the light black one later changed his doctrine and said that sometimes God does intervene, which although is still a ridiculous thing to say, being that God always intervenes through angels, and with Jesus made a massive intervention. They also showed confusion about how if our will’s are completely random, how it is possible to predict what will happen in the future, though I suppose it is possible that if it were possible for them to be completely random, that God could still somehow see outside of this dimension and see the future. I tried to get them to admit that they would think God cruel for sending many people to Hell, but I lead them in such a way that when I asked them if they would think of God as cruel for sending most of the world to Hell, they both agreed that he wouldn’t be, and wouldn’t turn against him, because it is the choice of whoever goes to Hell to go there. There is a problem with that though: notice that their obsession with free will being free is coloring everything they say? And so much so that that response is illogical: Not everyone chooses to go to Hell, so what about those who go to Hell against their will? Clearly God will force them to go there, even the Book of Mormon implies it when it says he will “thrust” them into Hell (and in contradiction to that that Satan will speedily drag them there, and in another place says he will carefully do so). But since they are so fixated on avoiding saying that God forces anyone to do anything, even rescuing children from those who want to abuse and murder them, they, instead of saying, “It’s God’s right to punish those who disobey him and send them out of his presence”, turn it into a pride issue and give themselves the credit for going to Hell. It is the same way with them with their going to their version of Heaven and getting their version of eternal life: they claim that they must obey God’s laws to get to Heaven and have eternal life, that they must do something, that they, “have to do their part.” Some admit, even with tears, and the first time I went to one of their churches, that they don’t deserve what is good, that they fail to obey Christ all the time, and that Jesus died for all their sins, but still, they want to take some credit for saving themselves, to be equal with the Savior, to have their will equal with his. I also suggested that they believe that God can’t tamper with our will and that it’s because ours is equal with his, and when I said that, neither of the missionaries denied it.

One Mormon woman I met five years ago on the infamous anti-religious Nexopia profile site, named Bree, a Canadian, who herself was infamous for her stubborn belief in Mormonism (but because of her beauty and pandering and her drawing new members no doubt, they moderators tolerated her and defended her and even made her a moderator to attack me in new ways), was so hateful of the belief that God would send most of the world to Hell, that she attempted to incite others to burn my house down. When I told another pair of Mormon missionaries about her, the bolder one of the two exclaimed that she wasn’t a Mormon then, in other words: “Mormon’s don’t sin”, which is obviously a lie, but he was so prideful and blind, he couldn’t see how crazy it was for him to say such a thing.

When I moved on to the claim of a Mormon missionary I met five years ago, that if you get eternal life now that you will sin all you want (but didn’t say to the ones I was talking to at the moment that he was the one who made the claim, they expressed that having it now wouldn’t necessarily make you sin all you wanted to, and the dark-skinned one smiled about it, as he thought it was a funny thought, but instead of going completely against that suggestion, said that it was important to get eternal life once we went to Heaven, so that we wouldn’t sin anymore and face the possibility of never getting eternal life. That made no sense, but he said that because I had brought up earlier an issue I had with a statement one of their missionary teachers made in a classroom I was in, which was that he said that Satan doesn’t, mess with “the people downtown” but “with church-members” with people who are trying to obey God’s laws. The Bible does not teach that at all but that Satan harasses everyone, and that he flees those who resist him. When I brought up the fleeing Satan verse I noticed they didn’t recognize it till I kept repeating it to them in various ways, and then illogically the dark-skinned missionary used it as a reason to accept that we might not get eternal life here, and therefore should try to get it in their Celestial Kingdom. There was also something strange about that response in that he was suggesting that it was possible to get eternal life now, and yet that is against Mormon doctrine. Now that I think about it I think he said that because he probably had met some Christians who told him that eternal life could be obtained now, and thought it might be possible if they showed him evidence from the Bible for it.

About that teacher who made the “downtown” comment, I told them that not all teachers give perfect sermons apparently, and they agreed, since they realized he was wrong to say that Satan doesn’t attack non-church members.

I had also told them about a false and backslidden Christian woman who told me the opposite of that teacher, which was that Satan doesn’t attack Christians because he knows they are going to Heaven (which was bizarre for her to say since she didn’t believe in predestination, and got angry when I showed her evidence for it, and that God controls our hearts, or at least manipulates them, and so believed that once you are saved you are always saved, which is the opposite of what the many people who do believe in predestination believe, because they logically understand that if someone isn’t predestined, that it is not certain if they will stay saved.) But the dark-skinned one and the light skin one said that she wasn’t completely wrong, because the more obedient we are to God, the less Satan is likely to attack us (which is opposite of what their church-based teacher said), and they only told me that after I brought it up, and the fleeing Satan verse, which I now remember as, “resist the devil and he will flee from you”. It’s something almost exactly like that.

I also asked them why most people rejected God and chose not to obey him (as in after they became aware of him and his laws), hoping they would realize that without God’s direct intervention and influence that no one will turn to God, but instead they had no answer, and I suggested with a question, like, “could it be that man is more inclined to do evil?”, hoping they would realize that obvious fact and remember what the Bible said about man, but neither had a direct response, and seemed to avoid responding to it. Though I haven’t been direct with them, at least I’ve helped them to accept possibilities that are closer to the truth, as I had prayed for them.

Rebecca De Mornay: Celebrity Ghost Stories

I was just watching Celebrity Ghost Stories on the bio channel, and saw what seemed to be a beautiful blonde woman telling her story, but didn’t know what show I was watching, and as I went near the television to see her, I saw it was a famous actress, though I’ve forgotten her name (nevermind, after about 6 mins of searching while doing 35 minutes of other things, I found out her name is Rebecca De Mornay). I came in the middle of her story, where she suddenly realized, or thought she did, that the ghosts/two little girls she had seen in her past as a child, were their spirits, and she said they comforted her when she was having a dark time as a child. Why would she think she saw their spirits and not a premonition? Also, if she wasn’t up close to the ghosts as the portrayals showed, how can she know that she was seeing her daughters? But supposing she did see her daughters as a child, why would it comfort her to know that she saw them playing together while ignoring her when kindness towards her would have been much more helpful? Is it really comforting, when you are in mourning or very sad over lack of companionship, to see others joyful and you having no share in it? And even if it did cheer her up, that joy is no replacement for the joy that comes from knowing and feeling that God has forgiven of you of your sins and knowing and understanding him, knowing that he is not just a God of anger against that which is immoral, but merciful to those who are immoral, even to those who are unforgiven and to those whom he has rightfully chosen never to bless with his forgiveness. If you would like to know how to get eternal life, go here.

My Parents’ Haunted House

I’ve been going to my parents house for a few days, and not enjoying it at all, just the opposite. While there at about 1 A.M. today, while most of the lights were off, I got an evil feeling from the place, and could hear what sounded like raking on hard rocky ground in the back, while the air-conditioner or heater was on, and I thought my mom was outside working on finishing her garden. When the air-conditioner or whatever it was turned off, the rhythmic raking sound also stopped, but I went outside and called out to her a few times and waited and looked around, but there was no response. I then went back inside and closed the door I went through and went about 20 feet away and looked at the area by the door for a little while, and there was a some what loud bang, as if someone had thrown something at the windows around that area or the wall or door, but it didn’t sound like it came from the roof. I then went into the garage and also got an evil feeling there, and waited for a garage light to come on (there is a motion detector that triggers one) and it always comes on when I go past the garage door, but this time it didn’t come on, and it was very strange given the other two things I just mentioned, also it was strange because I’d gone in and out of that garage many times and it always turned on right away. I thought about telling my parents about it during the day/night, but didn’t want to make their lives anymore stressful than it already was (they are worriers and both have narcissism disorder), and while typing this sentence, realize that if they worry about it, it might attract demons for sure, or make the demonic activity, if that is what it is, worse. And so that you know, that garage light did come on about an hour ago when I went through there again, so it’s not broken, but even if it had died, that still would have been non-coincidental timing. If I ever inherit that house, I plant to sell it, because it creeps me out, besides being ugly, there are many flies that come around to annoy me, and the place outside the house smells very faintly (but enough to give me a headache) of old horse urine. There are horse stables nearby which explains the flies and disgusting smell.

Another Super Form of An Animal Has Been Found – The Whale

Leviathan was an aggressive 17m-long predator which may have preyed on other whales
by Pallab Ghosh

Researchers have discovered the fossilised remains of an ancient whale with huge, fearsome teeth.

Writing in the journal Nature, the scientists have dubbed the 12 million-year-old creature “Leviathan”.

It is thought to have been more than 17m long, and might have engaged in fierce battles with other giant sea creatures from the time.

Leviathan was much like the modern sperm whale in terms of size and appearance.
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At the same time in the same waters was another monster… they might have fought each other

Dr Christian de Muizon Natural History Museum, Paris

But that is where the similarity ends. While the sperm whale is a relatively passive animal, sucking in squid from the depths of the ocean, Leviathan was an aggressive predator.

According to Dr Christian de Muizon, director of the Natural History Museum in Paris, Leviathan could have hunted out and fed on large sea creatures such as dolphins, seals and even other whales.

“It was a kind of a sea monster,” he said.

“And it’s interesting to note that at the same time in the same waters was another monster, which was a giant shark about 15m long. It’s possible that they might have fought each other”.

The researchers speculate that Leviathan was able to feed on very large prey up to 8m long. It would catch the prey in its huge jaws and tear it apart quickly and effectively with its giant teeth.
Pisco-Ica desert, Peru The Leviathan skull was discovered in 12 million year-old sediments in Peru

A 3m-long fossilised skull of the creature was discovered by researchers in southern Peru in 2008. Dr de Muizon’s student, Olivier Lambert was among them.

“It was the last day of our field trip when one of our colleagues came and told us that he thought he’d found something very interesting. So we joined him and he showed it to us,” he said.

“We immediately saw that it was a very large whale and when we looked closer we saw it was a giant sperm whale with huge teeth.”

The teeth were more than twice the length and diameter of those found in modern sperm whales and they were on the upper and lower jaws.

Dr Christian de Muizon compares the giant’s teeth with those of a sperm whale

Sperm whales only have teeth on their lower jaw.

Dr Lambert and his colleagues had speculated that such a fierce creature might once have existed on the basis of discoveries of individual teeth.

Now, the discovery of the skull means that the Leviathan is not merely the stuff of myth and legend.

“Finally we found it,” said Dr Lambert. ” It was a very exciting moment”. – More here

Sadly, this doesn’t appear to be the fire-breathing, scale-armored “leviathan” mentioned in the Bible. As many people know, giant “sea monsters” are still seen today, and hopefully it will seen again soon to bear testimony to the truth of the Bible.

Magpies Refute Rudimentary Darwinist Intelligence

The Darwinists of Discover [the Stupidity of Anti-Christians] have once against attempted to spin evidence against Darwinist Evolutionary Theory (the discovery that magpies are self-aware) into evidence for it. Note their typical weasel wording:

"This new study suggests that a brain capable of surprisingly sophisticated intelligence developed in a few birds long after they split from the mammalian evolutionary tree, about 300 million years ago."

"300 million" cuz u said so; I, a Christian, don’t think so.

Then notice their typical "well this thing God made is primitive, doh" weasel-wording:

"The findings, reported in the journal PLoS Biology, contradict the notion that only higher mammals with a neocortex brain area (the source of conscious thought and reasoning) could develop rudimentary self-awareness."

Yeah, rudimentary because you said so, and as if you could make a self-aware magpie let alone anything living from scratch yourself. What arrogant bitter people these anti-Christians are.

And note the title, the typically misleading title of Discover magazine’s magpie article which attempts to make it seem like universal proof of real-time evolution has been found:

"One Giant Leap for Birdkind: A Magpie Looks in the Mirror and Recognizes Itself" SAYS WHO? Who said that magpies suddenly became self-aware the moment "scientists" found out about it? AND HOW STUPID, HOW CHILDISH, HOW ABSURD TO THINK THAT THEY JUST HAPPENED TO BECOME SELF-AWARE THE MOMENT ANTI-CHRISTIANS DECIDED TO PUT THEM TO THE TEST! Suuuuuuure they did. How convenient they "evolved" right after yah tested them anti-Christians! And I have a universe to sell you. GET REAL, ugh.

That magpies are self-aware despite their "primitive" selves isn’t evidence FOR Darwinian evolution, but evidence AGAINST it, being that self-awareness is clearly nothing simple something requiring clever programming beyond the collective wisdom of us mere humans. Even Darwinists recognize this fact in that they admit to having taught that "small-brained" life-forms didn’t have the material space in their heads for whatever allows for self-awareness. Though their reasoning is clearly flawed, especially in their hatred for spiritual explanations (they are always acting like spiritual things like information, necessary for all life to exist, don’t exist and have nothing to do with "evolution"), they clearly instinctively know , as demonstrated by their flawed "bigger-brained life-forms are more ingenious and intelligent" reasoning that self-awareness isn’t something simple.

If only non-Christians could recognize their own irrational hate when reflecting on themselves and not delude themselves with a false image of what they really are.

An accurate title for Discover’s article is, "Magpies Discover the Rudimentary Intelligence of Anti-Christians."

Creation and Noah’s Flood Hypothesis Confirmed

About a minute ago I hypothesized that if God had created the universe that the same types of animals separated by huge distances would be found on Earth, which would be evidence that land masses of Earth were once joined like the Bible says it was, and that humans, having been at least 1000 years advanced in wisdom with genetically superior brains, would have been able for a while after the flood to travel great distances over the still joined land, transplanting one type of animal in two remote places far far apart, like perhaps in Timbuktu and some a Himalayan forest, on purpose or without realizing it. When I then searched for a story like that on a search engine, I came up with even more dramatic evidence, and once again, ironically from Darwinsts trying to make themselves appear to be wise and oh so scientific:

Same Species Found at Both Ends of Earth

Scientists have determined that at least 235 species live in both polar seas.

Posted February 15, 2009

Scientists have determined that at least 235 species live in both polar seas despite the 8,000 miles (13,000 km) between the ends of the Earth.

How some of the creatures wound up at the top and bottom of the planet is a mystery. Distance and habitat divisions — such as warm water between the two regions — are among the things that can separate creatures and lead to new species. A DNA analysis is underway to confirm if the like species are in fact identical, the researchers announced today

Coast to Coast Reincarnation Guest Says The Bible Is 100% True

If it’s something that someone made up it would have lasted an hour and a half. – Hypnotherapist, author, and reincarnation believer, Dr. Bruce Goldberg, Coast to Coast AM Radio Show, 10:26 P.M., 6/22/2009.

Well thanks Dr, Golderg for telling everyone that the Bible is 100% true. George Noory, who was hosting the show, didn’t even hint that Dr. Goldberg was wrong. Just one problem George and Dr. Bruce:

The Bible teaches the opposite of reincarnation:

[Christ] entered heaven itself, now to appear for us in God’s presence. Nor did he enter heaven to offer himself again and again, the way the high priest enters the Most Holy Place every year with blood that is not his own. Then Christ would have had to suffer many times since the creation of the world. But now he has appeared once for all at the end of the ages to do away with sin by the sacrifice of himself. Just as man is destined to die once, and after that to face judgment, so Christ was sacrificed once to take away the sins of many people; and he will appear a second time, not to bear sin, but to bring salvation to those who are waiting…
Hebrews 9:24-28

Later Dr. Bruce said we could "control and customize our destiny".

Dr. Bruce repeated that a new idea would be gone quickly if it was false. The teaching that doing wrong, Dr. Karma-Believing Bruce, to get your way in life, and that there is no karma or Hell or Heaven or universal right or wrong has been taught for thousands of years. Yet he and would have us believe then that’s it’s a true teaching.

Dr. Bruce emphatically called himself a scientist at 10:43 P.M., a few minutes later implied that all major religions were dogmatic when a Christian woman implied past memories from another life were from Satan, unlike what he was teaching about reincarnation and the soul, yet he repeatedly referred to scientists proving him right. Yet another false teacher who repeatedly forgets the differences between evidence, proof, facts, opinions, doctrine, and dogma.

Then he said, at 10:57 P,.M., "Any kind of gift is a terrible thing to waste." when George asked him how an allegedly eleven-year-old reincarnated boy should proceed in life. George Noory replied, "Good advice Bruce." What gift? The boy knows some things about certain aircraft, so what?

Then at about 12:50 A.M., according to the mother of the supposedly reincarnated child – when she asked him what she always wanted to know, if God was a man or a woman, he replied, "he isn’t a man or a woman, he’s whoever you want him to be at the moment." That’s a contradiction (it would mean he could be a man or a woman if you wanted him to be), and according to that answer God can also be prostitute approving of whatever you want to do, a pimp or Satan (and George’s reply, no surprise, was "Right answer.") How is it the mother and father could be bothered to check out the child’s false memories to see if reincarnation was true, yet couldn’t be bothered to read the Bible for the answer she always wanted to know nor check to see if their child’s answer was in accordance with God’s own word? So the question she always wanted to know wasn’t, "Does God love me," or "Where will I end up when I die," "Is the Bible true," or "Can God help me to understand what his word truly says and to get me to love it even if it displeases my body’s desire to do wrong?", but instead, a question of sex-pride? What an evil shallow careless attitude! What nonsense, disgusting, hateful. And George, though saying to Dr. Bruce and the rest of the world that "Western religion is far behind the other religions" (uh George, Christianity is the oldest religion, and it’s not a European creation, duh), he then when talking to the parents about how reincarnation affected their Christian beliefs, pandered to them when they said it strengthened their faith, by saying, it was compatible with it. What spineless leaf in the wind he is. All the contradictions and lies reminded me of something God said thousands of years ago to Israel:

"these also stagger from wine and reel from beer: Priests and prophets stagger from beer and are befuddled with wine; they reel from beer, they stagger when seeing visions, they stumble when rendering decisions. All the tables are covered with vomit and there is not a spot without filth. Who is it he is trying to teach? To whom is he explaining his message? To children weaned from their milk, to those just taken from the breast? For it is: "Do and do, do and do, rule on rule, rule on rule; a little here, a little there." Very well then, with foreign lips and strange tongues God will speak to this people, to whom he said, ‘This is the resting place, let the weary rest’; and, ‘This is the place of repose’—but they would not listen. So then, the word of Yahweh to them will become:

Do and do, do and do,
rule on rule, rule on rule;
a little here, a little there—
so that they will go and fall backward,
be injured and snared and captured.

Therefore hear the word of Yahweh, you scoffers who rule this people in Jerusalem. You boast, ‘We have entered into a covenant with death, with the grave we have made an agreement. When an overwhelming scourge sweeps by, it cannot touch us, for we have made a lie our refuge and falsehood our hiding place. So this is what the Sovereign Yahweh says:

See, I lay a stone in Zion, a tested stone,
a precious cornerstone for a sure foundation;
the one who trusts in him will never be dismayed

An Interesting, Minutes Old Quote from Michael Cremo, a Hindu and author of Forbidden Archeology

I don’t claim to have the monopoly on truth, truth can be found in many places, it can be found in christianity… I’m prepared to find truth wherever I find it. … I do believe that in certain circumstances violence is justified. – Michael Cremo, a Hindu, from Coast to Coast A.M. Radio, approx. 1:47 A.M., 4/22/2009