Month: November 2011

10 Certainties

November 21, 2011 by Bob Livingston We live in strange times. Millions of Americans are out of work. Millions more live in fear that their job could go away at any time. The food stamp rolls are larger than they’ve ever been. An untold number are homeless, not because they choose to be or

German memo shows secret slide towards a super-state

The six-page memo, by the German foreign office, argues that Europe’s economic powerhouses should be able to intervene in how beleaguered eurozone countries are run. The confidential blueprint sets out Germany’s plan to tackle the eurozone debt crisis by creating a “stability union” that will be “immediately followed by moves “on the way towards a

Glee Throws High School Students under the Bus

From: Bill Johnson To: Friends Date: November 10, 2011 Re: Glee Throws High School Students under the Bus Tuesday night FOX TV aired the much-hyped episode of Glee, entitled “The First Time.” As we reported last week, this episode centered on a high school girl losing her virginity with her boyfriend as well as two

Calvinism On The Move

by Brenda Nickel Saturday, 29 October 2011 09:17 Calvinism is definitely on the rise within unlikely sectors of Evangelicalism. We expect to see increasing numbers of Calvinists in Reformed denominations, but to see Calvinism on the move in more fundamental branches of Christendom is surprising. Such was the focus of a recent newsletter article