Prophecy in today's headlines

Campus Evangelists In Clash With Police

A campus evangelism group is stunned today, as a ministry event at a community college in Ohio resulted in four members being arrested, one on a felony assault charge that the ministry’s leader claims is fabricated. “I’ve done ministries like this at more than 200 universities,” said Jason Storms, director of Faithful Soldier School of […]

Joel Rosenberg – Obama To Say It’s Time To Divide Jerusalem

I’m horrified by reports this morning that in his June 4th speech in Cairo, President Obama will say it is time to divide Jerusalem and make the holy city the capital of a Palestinian state. No, Mr. President, it is not. Jerusalem is and should be the eternal, undivided capital of the Jewish people and […]

Americans Shopping For A Different Religion

William Lobdell has followed four different religions. Now he’s an atheist. Raised Episcopalian, the 48-year-old Orange County, Calif. man switched to a non-denominational parish and then a Presbyterian one. After going through a year of Catholic conversion classes he eventually realized that he is “a reluctant atheist.” “I wish I believed,” said the former Los […]

Earthquake Fault Much Larger,Dangerous Than Thought

An earthquake fault previously believed to be limited to an area south of Washington state’s Whidbey Island actually stretches 250 to 300 miles, from Victoria, B.C., to Yakima, Wash., crossing the Cascade Mountains and capable of producing a major earthquake, new research shows. Many of the other faults in western Washington could be connected to […]

Student Who Auctioned Virginity May Have to Pay Taxes

The teenage student who sold her virginity for $13,827 could have to hand over half of her earnings to the taxman. German inland revenue investigators are studying reports that Alina Percea, 18, was paid in cash for a weekend of sex with a middle-aged Italian businessman after auctioning her virginity online. Prostitution is legal in […]

Space Solar Storm Alert: 90 Seconds From Catastrophe

It is midnight on 22 September 2012 and the skies above Manhattan are filled with a flickering curtain of colourful light. Few New Yorkers have seen the aurora this far south but their fascination is short-lived. Within a few seconds, electric bulbs dim and flicker, then become unusually bright for a fleeting moment. Then all […]