Month: October 2010

Gay ‘Marriages’ Prompt Changes in Baptist By-Laws

By Michael McGuire The California Southern Baptist Convention is offering help to local churches wanting to change their by-laws to reflect possible changes in the legal definition of marriage. Baptist officials on Wednesday made available “sample bylaws to defend biblical marriage. “As the battle for biblical truth about marriage continues to rage, every local congregation

Replacement Theology Gone to Seed

Vatican body asks UN to ‘end Israeli occupation’ Roman Catholic bishops for the Middle East urged the United Nations Saturday to end the Israeli occupation of “Arab lands” at the end of a meeting chaired by Pope Benedict XVI. In a final statement of their two-week conference, the bishops’ synod said the citizens of the

See where Obama’s wrath is headed after midterms

White House officials told the Palestinians that President Obama is waiting until after the Nov. 2 midterm elections to press Israel harder for a deal to create a Palestinian state, a senior Palestinian Authority official told WND. Full article

Overturning the Rule of Law

Overturning the Rule of Lawby Jason LovelaceOctober 16, 2010 Keys for Today:“Keep thee far away from a false matter; and the innocent and righteous slay thou not: for I will not justify the wicked.”– Exodus 23.7 “Ye shall do no unrighteousness in judgment…”– Leviticus 19.35 “The law of the wise is a fountain of life,

‘Radical-in-Chief’ Details Obama’s Socialist Convictions

‘Radical-in-Chief’ Details Obama’s Socialist Convictions Hannity and special guest Stanley Kurtz, author, “Radical-in-Chief” Monday, October 18, 2010 This is a rush transcript from “Hannity,” October 18, 2010. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. SEAN HANNITY, HOST: During his 2008 presidential campaign, many of President Obama’s radical associations from

Troops chafe at restrictive rules of engagement

Troops chafe at restrictive rules of engagement, talks with Taliban By: Sara A. Carter National Security CorrespondentOctober 19, 2010 KANDAHAR, AFGHANISTAN — To the U.S. Army soldiers and Marines serving here, some things seem so obviously true that they are beyond debate. Among those perceived truths: Tthe restrictive rules of engagement that they have to

why scientific programming does not compute

There are terrifying statistics showing that almost all of what scientists know about coding is self-taught,” says Wilson. “They just don’t know how bad they are.” As a result, codes may be riddled with tiny errors that do not cause the program to break down, but may drastically change the scientific results that it spits

Fed Officials Mull Inflation as a Fix

Fed Officials Mull Inflation as a Fix OCTOBER 7, 2010By SUDEEP REDDY The Federal Reserve spent the past three decades getting inflation low and keeping it there. But as the U.S. economy struggles and flirts with the prospect of deflation, some central bank officials are publicly broaching a controversial idea: lifting inflation above the Fed’s

An Inflationary Cocktail in the Making

An Inflationary Cocktail in the MakingThu, 30 Sep 2010Richard Benson Expect the prices at supercenter retail stores to increase as well. Wal-Mart, as one example, grew so large and great by blowing up small stores on Main Street, along with our American factories, which were moved to China to take advantage of cheap labor. Wal-Mart

New stem cell technique captures ‘high moral ground’

New stem cell technique captures ‘high moral ground’ WASHINGTON (BP)–Pro-life bioethicists have applauded the announcement of a new advance in stem cell research that is a safer and more efficient method than previously discovered methods and avoids experiments that destroy human embryos. Scientists at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute in Boston, Mass., published studies showing