Mail Online – “An evangelist who kicks followers in the face, claiming his violence will cure them of cancer, is to tour Britain this month – but his proposed visit has provoked outrage and demands that he be banned from entering the country.
Tattooed preacher Todd Bentley, who as a 15-year-old was convicted of a sex attack on a boy aged seven, claims God uses him as an instrument to heal the sick, and is urging the frail to attend his shows.”
“David Barton, president of the WallBuilders organization and a frequent guest on Glenn Beck’s broadcasts, is one of America’s most popular Christian history writers. Liberal critics have long accused Barton of misinterpretations and errors, and readers of the History News Network recently voted a new Barton book, The Jefferson Lies, as the “Least Credible History Book in Print.” But now some conservative Christian scholars are publicly questioning Barton’s work, too.”
Proteus Digital Health’s wearable and ingestible sensor technologies, makes the giving up of one’s privacy appear to be a good thing. The problem with handing over one’s private life to the medical establishment lies in the, ever increasing, size, and activity, of the US government, and its changing laws, such as healthcare and national security. The acceptance of Proteus’ senor technology can prove to become a loss of privacy for Americans. Therefore, the people must ask, “Is this technology needed?”, and “If it is, is it worth the risk of losing our freedom?”
The following links are a, four part, expose on “Freemasonry in the church”, by Christian J. Pinto. In it, he discusses Freemasonic doctrine, history, its agenda, and its infiltration of Protestant churches:
The link entitled “Glenn Beck, Ecumenism and the Social Gospel“, Paul Flynn gives his commentary on some of the news about Mormon Glenn Beck’s Restoring Love event and the evangelical leaders like Dr. Ravi Zacharias who attended his ecumenical Under God: Indivisible event.