COPYRIGHT WARNING

In a secular society where the citizens of a nation do not believe in God, the arguments for gay marriage are perfectly legitimate. If, however, a nation is founded upon the belief that God has called its people to honor Him and live according to a righteous standard that is different from the rest of the world, the union of marriage with same sex persons should not occur.

The Constitution of the United States guarantees freedom for all people, irrespective of who a person is or what they believe. The Constitution does not provide protection for perversion or those who act in ways that are in opposition to the laws of nature.

Notice the specific language of the opening text from the Declaration of Independence:

“When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.” 

The United States was founded upon the belief that God has called us as a nation, and that our liberty was given to us from God. If we remove our conviction that God is the source of our nation, and begin to act in ways that are contrary to His laws, we will experience His wrath. See: “America’s Spiritual Heritage.”

[C]an the liberties of a nation be thought secure when we have removed their only firm basis: a conviction in the minds of the people that these liberties are of the gift of God? – that they are not to be violated but with His wrath?[1a] —Thomas Jefferson

To the kindly influence of Christianity we owe that degree of civil freedom and political and social happiness which mankind now enjoys. All efforts made to destroy the foundations of our Holy Religion ultimately tend to the subversion also of our political freedom and happiness. In proportion as the genuine effects of Christianity are diminished in any nation… in the same proportion will the people of that nation recede from the blessings of genuine freedom… Whenever the pillars of Christianity shall be overthrown, our present republican forms of government – and all the blessings which flow from them – must fall with them. [1b] —Jedidiah Morse

If we ever forget that we’re one nation under God, then we will be a nation gone under.”[2a] —Ronald Reagan Read the rest of this entry »


COPYRIGHT WARNING

This morning, I joined a discussion on the Washington Post web site, over Senator Ted Cruz in his exchange with a Lesbian woman who opposed his stance on LGBT issues.

At this link:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2015/08/21/ted-cruz-ellen-page-spar-over-gay-rights-in-iowa/

My comments were quickly deleted

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A 2.5 mile-wide Comet striking the earth in September 2015? Israel attacked by Arab Nations? The beginning of the Tribulation Period? The Return of Jesus at the Rapture? The Rebuilding of the Temple at Jerusalem? The introduction of the antichrist? Will September, 2015, begin the period of history described by the Book of Revelation?

Today is Friday, August 21, 2015. I am on Bantayan Island in the Philippines, finishing the final edit for “Dead or Alive.” As I contemplate the events described in this book, I am stunned at the realization that these things very well may begin in the next month.

 “Dead or Alive,” by Robert Clifton Robinson, coming to Amazon, September 1, 2015.

This book details the specific events that may begin next month: September 2015

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The Tribulation period, described by the Old Testament scriptures as the “Time of Jacob’s trouble—echoed by the words of Jesus: “If those days were not shortened, no flesh would survive,” are about to begin.

As I write these words, recent news on the internet have described a massive comet, over 2.5 miles in diameter, that is due to strike the earth in September, 2015.

A massive impact by a comet this large, would be an Extinction Level Event. The Book of Revelation describes “a great mountain burning with fire that was thrown into the sea.”[1] Before this event can happen the Tribulation Period must begin, the introduction of the antichrist, and the rebuilding of the temple at Jerusalem, must first take place.

The Tribulation Period is specifically directed at the nation of Israel.

The occurrence of four blood moons in 2014 and 2015; all on important feast days of Israel, requires an event of profound importance that concerns Israel.  At the conclusion of the final blood moon on the feast of Tabernacles in September, it is certain that an event that will effect the entire world, will take place. Read the rest of this entry »


COPYRIGHT WARINING

The Book of Genesis contains an incredible story of the faithfulness of God. Joseph, who is hated by his brothers, is cast into a well and later picked up by Midian slave traders. He is sold to Potiphar in the Pharaoh of Egypt’s service and spends many years in great trials.

Back at home, Joseph’s father; Jacob, is told by the brothers who threw him into the well, that Joseph is dead; killed by a wild beast. Immediately Jacob begins to accept the worst and grieve for his son. Read the rest of this entry »


COPYRIGHT WARNING

Recent rumors that a 2.5 mile wide Comet or Asteroid will strike the earth in September 2015, have caused many to be concerned. Self appointed prophets have claimed that God told them this event would take place.

According to the Prophetic Timeline of the Bible, this cannot happen.

Before the events described in the Book of Revelation, which speak of “A mountain burning like fire,” striking the earth and the death of two-thirds of the people of our planet,—during 21 separate judgements of God, certain specific events must take place first.

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COPYRIGHT WARNING

Several years ago, I was watching a television show in which a man was seeking to illustrate how anyone; regardless of how evil they might have been, can go to heaven.

A young man who was having a hard time understanding the concept of a murderer going to heaven, asked a question:

“So you are saying that the Nazi soldier who gassed my grandmother at the German death camps under Hitler can be forgiven by God?”

The host told him, “yes of course. Anyone can be saved by the sacrifice that Jesus has made on the cross for all sins.”[1]

But what if my grandmother never received Jesus as her savior, what if she refused to accept his offer of salvation.”

The host continued: “Unfortunately, she would be lost forever.”[2]

The young man, now quite angry, began to speak again: “Do you mean to say that a Nazi butcher who tortured my dear grandmother, then threw her into a furnace and burned her to death, can go to heaven; but my grandmother, who never hurt a sole, who never said an unkind word about anyone in her life, will go to hell, if she does not receive Jesus Christ?

The host answered, “Yes that is precisely what the gospel of Jesus Christ says.”[3]

The young man replied: “That is why I would never believe in the God that you believe in.” Read the rest of this entry »


COPYRIGHT WARNING

Is there verifiable evidence for the existence of God? Yes. In fact, the evidence is so substantial, so empirical, so undeniable, we can know for certain that God does exist.

When we consider any event from history as a valid occurrence, we must examine the evidence that those who were present during that time, said or wrote, concerning these events. We know that Abraham Lincoln is a genuine person from history, by the 20,000 documents that exist which authenticate his existence.

We know that World Wars one and two took place, because history has recorded these events.

The existence of God has such a large body of empirical evidence that no reasonable person could deny His existence. Read the rest of this entry »


COPYRIGHT WARNING

As we examine human life, we discover that every culture, every country, all people, and nations, have laws which order and direct human activity. Laws are necessary because the basic nature of the human species is towards evil. We are inherently selfish and often seek to look out for our own interests first. Without laws, evil would run rampant over peaceful people who are doing their best to live good and productive lives.

What is the origin of human laws? Where did the framers of the Constitution of the United States find the laws that allow the freedoms that we enjoy as Americans?

The Egyptians, Assyrians, Greeks, and Romans, as well as, many other great an powerful nations of the ancient world, worshipped many different gods. Not one before, ever possessed the laws that were given to the nation that originated from Abraham. When God gave Moses His law on Mount Sinai, these basic ten commandments changed, forever, the course of all human activity. No other nation in the history of the world had the code of moral laws, like those which governed the people of Israel. Every great nation since that time, has fashioned their own laws, from these basic ten laws that Moses received from God. Read the rest of this entry »


COPYRIGHT WARNING

As we consider the theory of evolution, we must ask the question: has man adapted to his environment, and evolved in regards to his treatment of other human beings?

If we examine the entire history of the human species, we discover that people today are no kinder and gentler towards other human beings than they were at any other time in human history. In fact, the cruelty and evil of human activity has grown markedly worse.

If man in in fact, evolving, should there not be some indication of this evolutionary process in his social behavior. What we observe is a species who is the most cruel, and vicious, amongst all the creatures of earth. Read the rest of this entry »


COPYRIGHT WARNING

One of the most stunning proofs for the Bible as the word of God, is its incredible ability to predict word-events, hundreds of years before they took place. Critics of the Bible, as well as the atheists who claims that there is no proof for the existence of God, often repudiate Bible prophecy and claim that the Bible does not predict any future event.

When we examine the prophecy of Zechariah, written nearly 700 years before Jesus entered Jerusalem, we find that the siege of Jerusalem in 70 A.D., was predicted—not only by this Old Testament prophet, but also by Jesus when He declared to the nation that He was their promised Messiah. Read the rest of this entry »


COPYRIGHT WARNING

Those who view gay marriage as a right, often misuse Bible verses for their assertions. The basis for their argument is that certain strange moral behaviors are endorsed by God and the Bible, therefore, no Christian should have any problem with gay marriage.

The following chart illustrates the lack of knowledge that many atheists, critics of the Bible and the LGBT community have, regarding what the Bible teaches:[1]

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