History of Iran

As the call for action against Iran reaches a crescendo, it is wise to examine the history of this conflict. Instead of reminding everyone why we should fear Iran, let’s remember that they have reason to fear us, too. We … Continue reading

7 Billion People: What Population Control Advocates Don’t Say

As the world population approaches 7 Billion, we’ll hear a crescendo of cries for population control measures including (but not limited to) easier access to abortion.  A serious analysis shows that the population is not out of control. 7 Billion … Continue reading

A Letter to Chuck Baldwin

Brother Baldwin, I write this letter to you because I am afraid you have surrounded yourself with sycophants who will not look you in the eye and expound God’s Truth (2 Timothy 4:3).  I was once in your shoes, and … Continue reading

Eye of the Phoenix

Eye of the Phoenix documents the bizarre history of the design of the dollar bill, exposing the occult activity surrounding the FDR administration. There is perhaps no other period in U.S. history when so many people were so deeply involved … Continue reading

Megiddo

Some men have taken dark oaths that are leading the world into self-destruction. In this technological era we’re living in, what will happen to human spirituality? What will become of us? Will we be able to find the answers before … Continue reading

Render Unto Caesar: A Most Misunderstood New Testament Passage

The following article is by Jeff Barr, republished in its entirety from lewrockwell.com with permission according to the copyright statement at the bottom. While we believe the author is in error by appealing to the authority of the Catechism, it nonetheless provides … Continue reading

Indianapolis Comeback

At least one church has stood up to the IRS and refused to become entangled with the government through 501(c)(3) nonprofit restrictions on speech. After a great deal of struggle, the Indianapolis Baptist Temple is now stronger than ever before. … Continue reading