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The Enemy Below

  • March 10, 2020

The Enemy Below By Jack Kinsella One of the first and most important rules of warfare is to know your enemy. All military intelligence is geared to that singular purpose. The more you know about your enemy, the better equipped you are to fight him. The surest way to lose…

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One Thing That It Isn’t Is ‘Painless’

  • March 8, 2020

One Thing That It Isn’t Is ‘Painless’ By Jack Kinsella Of all the doctrinal issues and questions out there, the most difficult question for me personally revolves around the issue of suicide and whether or not God can forgive a sin for which it is not possible to ask forgiveness.…

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Rescue the Perishing

  • March 8, 2020

Rescue the Perishing By Jack Kinsella A US survey conducted in 2005 concluded that young women and girls are taking a leading role in tearing down sexual ‘taboos’ in America. The study concludes that girls as young as fifteen are having more sex than their parents and grandparents did. A…

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Be Careful for Nothing

  • March 7, 2020

Be Careful for Nothing By Jack Kinsella Has anybody else besides me noticed just how many posts there are in our forums praising God for answered prayer? I mean, REALLY noticed? We have had members that have posted testimonies of healings, remissions of disease, a new job, family members being…

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Spiritual Warfare — Knowing the Enemy

  • March 7, 2020

Spiritual Warfare — Knowing the Enemy By Jack Kinsella There are a lot of discussion threads in our member’s forums and in our Bible study forums in which the focus of study is not so much God as it is the study of Satan and his devices. I’ve noted that…

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Older Clearly Doesn’t Always Mean Wiser

  • March 5, 2020

Older Clearly Doesn’t Always Mean Wiser By Jack Kinsella Back in 1970, children made up about one-third of the U.S. population, and only one-tenth were ages 65 and older. Today, the proportion who are children has dropped to about one-fourth, while the share who are elderly has risen to 13…

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Where’s ‘My’ Beamer?

  • March 5, 2020

Where’s ‘My’ Beamer? By Jack Kinsella Who in the world is Michael Travesser? Oh, he’s the Messiah. No, no. He’s not the Messiah, Jim Jones was the Messiah. No, not Jim Jones, it was David Koresh that was the Messiah. No, wait, not David Koresh, it was Marshall Applewhite. No,…

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Flashback: An Evil Under the Sun

  • March 5, 2020

Flashback: An Evil Under the Sun By Jack Kinsella It is pretty obvious that the Omega Letter qualifies as a ‘right-leaning publication’ in the current political vernacular. It might be useful to examine what that means, and why. To begin with we unashamedly admit we tend to view things from…

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”I Believe”

  • March 5, 2020

”I Believe” By Jack Kinsella I just can’t get the results of a 2008 Pew Poll on Religious Attitudes in America out of my head. It so troubled me that I kept going back to it, thinking that somewhere I must have misread something. But no, there it is, big…

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Continued Evidence of ‘A More Sure Word’

  • March 3, 2020

Continued Evidence of ‘A More Sure Word’ By Jack Kinsella A controlled research trial conducted among 3,000 young African men found that the rate of AIDS infection was three times lower among circumcised men than it was among the general population. The dramatic result prompted some medical experts to call…

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