SDA Apostasy: Adventist-Catholics, Lawsuits, and Worldliness

The Vatican flag was flown at the Seventh-day Adventist’s (SDA) 61st General Conference (GC) Session in St Louis, Missouri (MO) on June 11. While some church folk are okay with it and have offered stout defence, other members of the church are raising a red flag against the Vatican flag. A vibrant discussion continues to take place across all social media platforms.” – SOURCE.

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Climate Agenda Now Destroying Nations Economy

Sri Lanka is in a last-ditch effort to stave off economic collapse after an allegedly climate-friendly ban on artificial fertilizers devastated one of the country’s largest industries, according to experts.”… “Our economy has faced a complete collapse,” Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said on June 23, according to CNN.” Source: How the climate agenda destroyed 1 nation’s economy

Meanwhile, a developing story in Neatherland, the dutch farmers are fighting against climate mandates imposed by it’s government.

“The livelihoods of Dutch farmers are under attack due to the Dutch government’s proposed nitrogen policy, which could necessitate the mass slaughter of livestock and potentially shut down almost a third of the country’s farms.” Source: Climate Mandates Imposed on Dutch Farmers Will Ruin Their Livelihoods: War Correspondent

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UN deletes article on BENEFITS of world hunger

The UN have removed a satirical article from their website that detailed the benefits of world hunger after its discovery sparked an online backlash. The article, entitled “The Benefits of World Hunger,” was written by Professor George Kent from the University of Hawaii. Originally published in June 2008, the article was more recently reposted to the UN’s Chronicle magazine. “We sometimes talk about hunger in the world as if it were a scourge that all of us want to see abolished,” Kent wrote, adding that hunger was actually “a great positive value to many people. Indeed, it is fundamental to the working of the world’s economy. Hungry people are the most productive people, especially where there is a need for manual labour“…. “When we sell our services cheaply, we enrich others, those who own the factories, the machines and the lands, and ultimately own the people who work for them. For those who depend on the availability of cheap labour, hunger is the foundation of their wealth.” – SOURCE.

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What Has America Become?

As we look at the things happening around America today, the article below from Michigan Newspaper Editorial is still relevant and has simply said it all, although it’s written years ago.

“Editor, Has America become the land of the special interest and home of the double standard? Lets see: If we lie to the Congress, it’s a felony and if the congress lies to us its just politics; if we dislike a black person, we’re racist and if a black dislikes whites, it’s their 1st Amendment right; the government spends millions to rehabilitate criminals and they do almost nothing for the victims; in public schools you can teach that homosexuality is OK, but you better not use the word God in the process; you can kill an unborn child, but its wrong to execute a mass murderer; we don’t burn books in America, we now rewrite them; we got rid of the communist and socialist threat by renaming them progressives; we are unable to close our border with Mexico, but have no problem protecting the 38th parallel in Korea; if you protest against President Obama’s policies you’re a terrorst, but if you burned an American flag or George Bush in effigy it was your 1st Amendment right.”

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Cashless Society: Digital Dollar Is Coming

Looking forward, rapid changes are taking place in the global monetary system that may affect the international role of the dollar in the future. Most major economies already have or are in the process of developing instant, 24/7 payments,” Powell said. “As the Fed’s white paper on this topic notes, a U.S. CBDC could also potentially help maintain the dollar’s international standing… The Fed recently wrapped up its four-month consultation with the public about a digital dollar. “As we consider feedback … we will be thinking not just about the current state of the world, but also how the global financial system might evolve over the next 5 to 10 years,” according to Powell. The U.S. is a step behind on CBDCs, with ten countries having already launched their own versions and another 15 in pilot stages, according to the Atlantic Council’s Central Bank Digital Currency Tracker. “105 countries, representing over 95 percent of global GDP, are exploring a CBDC,” the tracker said. “In May 2020, only 35 countries were considering a CBDC. A new high of 50 countries are in an advanced phase of exploration (development, pilot, or launch).” – SOURCE (Related Video)

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‘Asia’s first’ exorcism center being built in the Philippines by Archdiocese of Manila

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila has begun construction on an exorcism center in the Philippines, calling it the “first of its kind in Asia, if not the world.” The Saint Michael Center for Spiritual Liberation and Exorcism, which broke ground in Makati City on May 17, will house the offices of the ecclesiastical district’s Commission on Extraordinary Phenomena, the Ministry of Exorcism and the Ministry on Visions and Phenomena… Exorcism, a religious rite believed to drive out demons or other spiritual entities from possessed individuals, is mostly associated with the Catholic Church but is also practiced in other religions. According to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), exorcism is necessary “when a person needs to be protected against the power of the devil or to be withdrawn from his spiritual dominion. The Catholic Church only allows certain Catholic priests to perform an exorcism with the permission of a bishop. In modern times, a medical professional must first rule out any mental health issues before an exorcism is performed on an individual.”- SOURCE.

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‘Especially Important for Churches’ to Celebrate Gay Pride according to Jesuit priest

ROME — LGBT advocate Father James Martin, SJ,  said Thursday that churches have a special duty to celebrate Gay Pride, since much anti-gay violence has been “motivated by religion.”… “The Catechism of the Catholic Church asks us to treat LGBTQ people with respect, compassion, and sensitivity,” he notes. “And participating in Pride events, or at least supporting our LGBTQ friends is one way to do this.” Celebrating Pride “doesn’t mean you have to agree with what every video, every article, or even every float in a parade has to say,” he cautions. “It’s more about supporting the fundamental human rights of this community: the right to live in safety, the right to be treated as equals, and the right to be fully welcomed in the society.” – Source.

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Poll shocker: You won’t believe how many pastors actually have a biblical worldview

A new poll shock has revealed that most Christian pastors believe what they want to believe, a “blending of ideas and applications from a variety of holistic worldviews into a unique but inconsistent combination that represents their personal preferences.” That’s according to the new polling from the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University, directed by George Barna. The results come from the American Worldview Inventory 2022 that contacted 1,000 Christian pastors to understand their worldviews….”

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Growing Your Own Food Is NOW Against The Law In Australia

“VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA: Premier Dan Andrews is passing a bill that prohibits people from growing their own food. The Agriculture Legislation Amendment Bill 2022 has had its second reading in parliament. Biosecurity is stated as the reason for changes.” “Increased enforcement powers, searching of property and persons without a warrant, Increased fines, and $10,000 for providing false or misleading information. Landholder consent is no longer required for Authorised Officers to take samples, stock (animals), and documents. Authorized Officers are no longer required to present identification. Heavy penalties for obstructing entry to the property.” Here’s the bill:
https://content.legislation.vic.gov.au/sites/default/files/bills/591044bi1.pdfSource

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