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Allan on February 8th, 2015

Within the next few years, the U.S.-Mexican border may have a very famous world figure crossing it on foot.  Pope Francis himself, the first Latin American pontiff, has expressed a desire to do so. Speaking to reporters on an airplane,  Pope Francis said that   “To enter the United States from the border with Mexico […]

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My family and I have safely returned from our annual Christmastime visit to Mexico, and it was a good visit. Christmas, the celebration of the incarnation and birth of Christ, is special everywhere it’s celebrated.  The essence of the holiday is the same, though you’ll find it expressed differently in various cultures throughout the world. Christmas, called Navidad in […]

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Allan on January 4th, 2015

President Obama has recently announced his intention to chamge U.S. Cuba policy.   How is that going to turn out? Coincidentally, my family and I visited Cuba last summer.  (See Our Summer 2014 Trip to Mexico and the Island-nation of Cuba.) Cuba has been a communist country since 1959.  It has been  isolated from the […]

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Allan on December 16th, 2014

My family and I visit Mexico each summer.  This past summer, while visiting Mexico, we took a side trip to the island-nation of Cuba, where we spent a week.  It was a fascinating visit. Americans are forbidden by the U.S. government to visit Cuba as tourists, but are allowed to visit Cuba for cultural, scientific or religious […]

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The Christian Post ran a story entitled Evangelicals Split Over Obama’s Executive Action On Immigration. One should be careful with titles, however.   The article is not about disagreement among evangelicals in general, but among prominent activists of the Evangelical Immigration Table, which is a pro-amnesty evangelical group financed by atheist/globalist George Soros.   I call them […]

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Allan on July 24th, 2014

“Who Would Jesus Deport?” is a question/slogan used in articles, a cartoon, t-shirts and there’s even a Facebook page with that name. The question/slogan “Who Would Jesus Deport?” is derivative of the question/slogan “What Would Jesus Do?” Both questions have the same initials – WWJD. Is it wrong for the United States government to deport illegal […]

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On  October 28th,  George Soros, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, the Chamber of Commerce and other  supporters of an illegal alien amnesty are planning a fly-in to Capitol Hill.  The plan is for 300 “conservative” activists  to influence the House to support amnesty for ilegal aliens.  Among the group are evangelical Christians who support amnesty. For the entire article, click […]

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Allan on November 4th, 2012

As in 2008, Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith is still an issue. Last month, Romney visited America’s most-famous evangelist, Billy Graham, and son Franklin. Romney received an endorsement. This endorsement, and the way it was handled, is a source of controversy in some evangelical circles. To read the entire blog post, click here. Blog post by […]

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Allan on December 30th, 2011

This year, 2011, is the 400th anniversary of the publication of the most influential book in the history of the United States and of the entire English-speaking world. That book is the King James Version of the Bible first published in England in 1611. The King James Version (KJV), also called the Authorized Version, is […]

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