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Monthly Archives: February 2012

It does not take a rocket scientist to realize that many Americans today are either not religious at all, deists, partially religious, or full believers of various stripes. Historically speaking that mix is not new.

What is relatively new is that we are constantly reminded by our MSM and others that it is taboo or at least bad form to openly discuss religion in any way (there is more and/or it is worse depending upon your point of view).

For a long time, like many people, I accepted the pablum and weak-sounding propaganda that constitutes much of what passes for knowledge of Judeo-Christian religious origins on this side of the Atlantic.

Over the past period I have taken a deep dive into the history of the Houses of Judah and Israel (using those terms to simplify). It has been eye-opening.

The link below is not about religious belief per se, but about Biblical prophesy and who America really is in those terms. You may totally disagree with it. You may, as I did, find some of the conclusions a bit tenuous. But going through the whole thing is illuminating, and, at the end of it all, a bit hard to argue with.

It is also a warning.