The Abrogation of Peaceful Quran Verses: No Compulsion in Religion? (Video)

The Abrogation of Peaceful Quran Verses: No Compulsion in Religion?

Jan 6, 2021

Acts17Apologetics

One of the standard “peaceful verses” of the Quran is Surah 2:256 (“There is no compulsion in religion”). According to the Tafsir of Ibn Kathir, however, this verse was abrogated by later commands to fight unbelievers in the name of Allah.

Quran Preservation Challenge! (Video)

Quran Preservation Challenge!

Jan 4, 2021

Acts17Apologetics

2020 was NOT a good year for the Myth of Perfect Preservation. 2021 is going to be even worse. Before we get started, I have two simple questions about the preservation of the Quran for our Muslim friends.

Rowan’s Way: 6 Red Beret

nebraskaenergyobserver

The day passed in a blur. After what seemed endless phone calls, things were arranged for Sunday. I would do the 8 o’clock in town and then Communion at 11 at Dunhelm. Stephen, one of the non-stipendiaries, would do the 9 o’clock at Clendon and evensong at Clendon Magna, Stephanie would do the family service at Arburgh at 11 and I would do evensong (traditional language) at Stopford. Little Linstead would, I feared, have to take care of itself. Lord Surtees hardly ever went, and the villagers tended to follow his lead. I checked with the estate manager and he confirmed that would be in order. Seven Churches was just too much for our reduced contingent. I was not sure how I would manage three services, but Vera, the other church warden at St Hilda’s was happy to act as my taxi service. It was a reminder that I really…

View original post 1,088 more words

It Sure Looks Like Trump Administration Is Having Four More Years!

THE MARSHALL REPORT

Secretary Pompeo continues to release a series of statements every 15 minutes stressing relationships with European nations ‘Three Seas’ iniatives and strengthening energy, digital, and transportation infrastructure, bolstering economic security in a region targeted by Russia and China.

It sure doesn’t look like this administration is going anywhere but forward into the next four years!

The Trump administration launched the #MekongUSPartnership to ensure a sovereign and prosperous Mekong region…and push back on malign CCP…

View original post 166 more words

Liberal law professor warns of the damage Democrats would do to Constitution if they impeach Trump again

Jim Campbell's

By Jim Campbell

January 10th, 2021

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (center) holds a press conference after the House passed Resolution 755, articles of impeachment Against President Donald Trump, on December 18, 2019.

For the third time in US history, the House has impeached a sitting president.

Turley holds the Shapiro Chair for Public Interest Law at The George Washington University Law School where he teaches torts, criminal procedure, and constitutional law.

All Nancy Pelosi and her followers are doing is making a fool out of themselves again.

The National Review

By Li Zhou and Kainaz Amaria

January 9th, 2021

As somber as Democrats have been about the impeachment process, the atmosphere of Wednesday’s historic vote wound up being anything but.

Following a heated floor debate over the two articles brought against the president (see: impassioned remarks on everything from constitutional responsibility to Trump’s biblical parallels), the evening…

View original post 506 more words

No matter how I vote, no matter what I say, lives are never going to be the same.

Jim Campbell's

Comment by Jim Campbell

January 10th, 2020

Which High Crimes and Misdemeanors did President Trump commit?

The answer would of course be none, unless loving your country and growing the best economy with more jobs available for all races, genders and creeds have reached that level.

They haven’t, the election has been proven to be hijacked in four battleground states and the Republicans remained clueless until the saw the landslide flip for the president and when the morning sun peaked its head over the horizon he had lost, hopefully temporarily.

President Barack Obama talks with Vice President Joe Biden in the Oval Office, Nov. 3, 2010. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) This official White House photograph is being made available only for publication by news organizations and/or for personal use printing by the subject(s) of the photograph.

Little did Joe know that he was picked as a life…

View original post 502 more words

The Wall Street Journal Disappoints Yet Again

Jim Campbell's

Comment by Jim Campbell

January 10th, 2021

This should come as no surprise to anyone who have been reading the WSJ.

It has become a news aggregator in the order of the Drudge Report which has decidely turned left over the past two years.

That’s not to say the WSJ is not worth reading unless it falls in line with the NYT which is nothing more that fake news.

More and more of the print media will be making this move to maintain their profit margins if they have any and keep their Board of Directors from making threats to upper management.

Mises Institute

January 10th 2021

Robert Aro

The Wall Street Journal asked a valid question on Tuesday in an article titled: “How Much Debt Is Too Much?

It Depends on Your View of Inflation.” Spoiler alert: for those who love liberty and freedom, this doesn’t end…

View original post 701 more words

SOWELL-isms “

Jim Campbell's

Comment by Jim Campbell

January 10th, 2021

When I graduated from the University I had to completely recore my brain as they tried to brain wash me into to believing that which I knew from working in the private sector when I was a paperboy that it wasn’t true.

I had worked in grammar school, Jr. High School and worked my way through college, first for General Motors as a repo man.

I was being taught Keynesian economics which was a lot of hooey.

Keynesian economics is a theory that says the government should increase demand to boost growth.

Keynesians believe consumer demand is the primary driving force in an economy. As a result, the theory supports the expansionary fiscal policy.

Its main tools aregovernment spendingon infrastructure, unemployment benefits,and education.A drawback is that overdoing Keynesian policies increasesinflation.

The BritisheconomistJohn Maynard Keynesdeveloped this theory in the 1930s. TheGreat…

View original post 124 more words