Why is it that 65 percent of Nobel Prize winners in the last century identified themselves as Christians, but only 30 percent of current scientists do in a recent poll by Pew Research Center?
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Harper Lee, whose 1960 bestseller — “To Kill a Mockingbird” — is still featured in high school English classes, announced today that the book’s sequel will be published this July. The 88 year-old author had lost the manuscript she wrote before “Mockingbird,” but a friend recently discovered it. “Go Set a Watchman” features Scout Finch as an adult, rather than as the child familiar to readers of the classic novel.
“The Kingdom of God” is one of those terms church people use without much consideration to its meaning. For some, it mostly refers to a future age. For others, its meaning is identical to “church.” In nearly every case, the Kingdom is quickly passed over in favor of more frequently stressed teachings. But not so, for Maurice Smith.
The US Senate published a document in 1977 called “Project MKUltra, The CIA’s Program of Research in Behavior Modification.” It confirmed the existence of a project utilizing LSD, other drugs, hypnosis, sexual abuse and torture to brainwash selected American citizens. Few writers have followed up on this hole in the dyke of government secrecy. One exception is Fritz Springmeier, who with co-author Cisco Wheeler, documents that this type of research has continued well past the officially recognized project closing date of 1973.
This is a Bible prophecy book unlike any other you’re likely to have read. It discards ideas that Evangelicals have endorsed for less than 200 years in favor of enduring truths that believers have held to since the Reformation and before. After you learn about the exact fulfillment of prophecies throughout history, “left behind” may describe what you do with the fashionable view.