Daily Archives: May 18, 2011

See, I Told You So

I preface my following post with the disclaimer that I speak this as an individual member of the Church of God and not in any capacity representing any organization within that denomination, though I have my own very clear identities … Continue reading

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Visegrad: An Alternative Prophetic Fulfillment

Though many people would little suspect it, I have a great personal interest in prophecy, little suspected because I have spent far too many years of my life dealing with people whose continual half-baked speculations on end-time prophecy were designed … Continue reading

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Today In History: On May 18, 1991, Somaliland Became A Nation For The Second Time

If a nation declares its independence, and successfully holds its territory for two decades, engaging in peaceful internal elections, developing its people and resources, and even participating in ongoing regional security efforts, doesn’t that make it a nation?  If not, … Continue reading

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