Brad L. Burge
God desires that ALL people would accept God's love and salvation through Jesus Christ. God has compelled me to share information with the world relating to the biblical seven year tribulation in order to share Truth in a deceived world.
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through Him all things were made; without Him nothing was made that has been made. In Him was life, and that life was the light of men. The light shines in the darkness, but the darkness has not understood it. (John 1:1-5)
Jesus answered, "I AM the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." (John 14:6)
Wednesday, February 28, 2007
British policemen are learning the basic principles and customs of Judaism to help them in their work in Jewish communities. A 15-page booklet explains the Sabbath, dietary laws and other laws and customs.
The Jewish Community Service Trust has sent the 15-page brochures to every police office. Trust official Mark Gardner explained, "We are regularly asked by police officers how they should behave when entering a synagogue, or why Orthodox Jews cannot call to report a crime on the Sabbath. It is vital that all officers understand the basic tenets of our religion, so that they can provide an effective and sensitive service to the community.”
One police superintendent said the booklet is "an excellent and timely resource." Policemen learn from the brochure that on the Jewish New Year of Rosh Hashanah and on Yom Kippur "synagogues are open all day and are extremely busy, especially for the evening service. There is likely to be a continuous flow of people on the streets throughout the day."
It also warns policemen that on Purim "consumption of alcohol is encouraged."
Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Monday, February 26, 2007
But Bar-Ilan University Prof. Amos Kloner, the Jerusalem District archeologist who officially oversaw the work at the tomb in 1980 and has published detailed findings on its contents, on Saturday night dismissed the claims. "It makes a great story for a TV film," he told The Jerusalem Post. "But it's impossible. It's nonsense."
Kloner, who said he was interviewed for the new film but has not seen it, said the names found on the ossuaries were common, and the fact that such apparently resonant names had been found together was of no significance. He added that "Jesus son of Joseph" inscriptions had been found on several other ossuaries over the years.
"There is no likelihood that Jesus and his relatives had a family tomb," Kloner said.
Sunday, February 25, 2007
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Friday, February 23, 2007
Of course, the Gemara in Yuma (52b; 53b-54a) describes a machloket Tanaim, a difference of opinion of the rabbis, whether the Ark was lost in exile to Babylonia, or whether it was hidden by King Yoshiahu (Divrei Hayamim 35:3) in the passageways and tunnels under the Temple Mount. The Rambam (ibid., "Hilchot Beit HaB'chirah") holds the latter opinion, that of Rabbi Yehudah Ben-Lakish.
The Lubavicher Rebbe comments on the Rambam's uncharacteristic quoting of the story and verses of Yoshiahu's hiding of the Ark in the tunnels under the Temple Mount. The Rebbe explains that a Temple with no Aron was void, not a valid Temple. But the Second Temple, with no visible Aron, was still a valid Temple because the Aron was in its proper spot. The Rebbe says that there were two proper places for an Aron: above, on "the stone in the Holy of Holies, at its western end" (Rambam, ibid.); and a place below, possibly underneath the Lishkat Eitzim (Chamber of Wood; see Yuma 54a and Shekalim 6:2) in the northeast corner of the Ezrat Nashim, not far from the present Sha'ar Rachamim. An Aron in the Temple Mount tunnels is, therefore, a perfectly functional Aron as far as the legitimacy of the Temple above it is concerned.
Thursday, February 22, 2007
Like the old mogul founders of the early studios and unlike most other failed build-your-own studio merchants they [Spielberg, Geffen and Katzenberg] are Jewish.
Wednesday, February 21, 2007
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Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Consider Islam - August 2005 - Bi-monthly Magazine for people of all Faiths and Cultures brought to you by Islam Australia
Faiths and Cultures brought to you by Islam Australia
Islam didn’t start with Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him); Islam has been here since the beginning, with Prophet Adam (pbuh)
From the beginning God has commanded us to submit to him by following his instructions with upmost obedience.
You may have heard that Islam along with Christianity and Judaism are classified as the revealed religions. This is because we believe in Prophethood. We (Jews, Christians and Muslims) all believe that the Prophets and Messengers (peace be upon them all) were individuals who received revelation from God and conveyed it to the people.
According to Judaism, Prophet Noah (pbuh) was commanded to convey seven laws to humanity. These are known as The Noahide Laws. These laws are the backbone of western society. Muslims fully support these laws as they do not contradict with the Shariah, the Islamic Legal System. Shariah is an Arabic word meaning path to be followed.
Then We put thee on the (right) Way of Religion: so follow thou that (Way), and follow not the desires of those who know not. (Qur’an: Chapter 45 Verse 18)
United States of America was founded upon the Seven Universal Laws of Noah, and that these Laws have been the bedrock of society from the dawn of civilization. They also acknowledged that the Seven Laws of Noah are the foundation upon which civilization stands and that recent weakening of these principles threaten the fabric of civilized society.
Tuesday, February 13, 2007
INTRODUCTION: The following is an approximate description of the effects of a global nuclear war. For the purposes of illustration it is assumed that a war resulted in mid-1988 from military conflict between the Warsaw Pact and NATO. This is in some ways a worst-case scenario (total numbers of strategic warheads deployed by the superpowers peaked about this time; the scenario implies a greater level of military readiness; and impact on global climate and crop yields are greatest for a war in August). Some details, such as the time of attack, the events leading to war, and the winds affecting fallout patterns, are only meant to be illustrative. This applies also to the global geopolitical aftermath, which represents the author's efforts at intelligent speculation.
There is much public misconception concerning the physical effects of nuclear war--some of it motivated by politics. Certainly the predictions described here are uncertain: for example, casualty figures in the U.S. are accurate perhaps to within 30% for the first few days, but the number of survivors in the U.S. after one year could differ from these figures by as much as a factor of four. Nonetheless, there is no reasonable basis for expecting results radically different from this description--for example, there is no scientific basis for expecting the extinction of the human species. Note that the most severe predictions concerning nuclear winter have now been evaluated and discounted by most of the scientific community.
Sources supplying the basis for this description include the U.S. Defense Nuclear Agency manual on nuclear weapon effects, scientific papers describing computer simulations of long-term effects published by groups ranging from the U.S. government to left-leaning scientific organizations, and research by a similar variety of groups on weapons characteristics and strategy.
Salvage digs initiated by Israel’s Antiquities Authority at the site have discovered ruins from the Muslim Umayyad (7th-8th centuries CE), Christian Byzantine (3rd-7th centuries CE), and Jewish Herodian (1st Century BCE – 1st Century CE).
Monday, February 12, 2007
Gates cited passwords as a particularly weak link in existing security systems.Trying to address that, Microsoft built an identification system called CardSpace into Windows Vista that lets people store secure, virtual ID cards and use them to establish their identity and sign in to participating sites without entering passwords each time. Microsoft previously referred to the system by the name InfoCard.
The company says it hopes that the CardSpace system catches on among online sites and computer users as Windows Vista becomes more widely used.
OpenID likewise gives Web users a way to log in to multiple Web sites without manually entering different passwords on each. It uses ‘OpenID Providers’ as intermediaries, letting each user enter one unique identifier to have a provider supply digital credentials for logging into different sites, rather than requiring people to remember a large number of user names and passwords on their own.
Microsoft said people also will be able to use CardSpace to establish identity in the OpenID 2.0 system. Fathi said CardSpace’s use of encryption makes the process more secure. Companies including VeriSign and blogging software provider SixApart plan to participate. The vision presented at the RSA Conference generally was met with nodding approval. But that may have been because it largely reflected popular trends in the industry.
Sunday, February 11, 2007
Blogger's note: This article blames Zionists for plotting against the United States. The article incorrectly identifies the culprit.
In order to understand who the real culprit is, see JesusRaptureMe.com
Saturday, February 10, 2007
Resistance is growing. Last week, Palestinians protested throughout the West Bank over an Israeli renovation project in the Old City, leading to some of the worst clashes with Israeli police in years. Surrounded by crenelated walls, the Old City is divided into four quarters -- Armenian, Christian, Jewish and Muslim -- that contain some of the holiest sites in Christendom, Islam and Judaism.
Faust is married to prominent historian of medicine Charles Rosenberg.
Friday, February 09, 2007
In an interview, Majadele distanced himself from the new document, saying that pragmatic political action will help the Arab sector more than any ideological program.
"The fact is that Israel is a Jewish state, a state with a Jewish majority," he said. "Can we change that reality with words?"
Yet Majadele said that he, too, felt uncomfortable with national symbols like the flag, with a Star of David, and the anthem, which speaks of the "Jewish soul" yearning for Zion.
"These were made and meant for the Jews and did not take the Arab minority into account," he said. "If Israel wants to integrate us fully, then we need an anthem and flag that can do that.
Declaration primarily acknowledges the shared values of the two of the oldest living religious traditions in the world
The Hindu : New Delhi News : Hindu and Jewish religious leaders sign declaration
Does this protocol include the Seven Laws of Noah?
Reuters AlertNet - Palestinian President Abbas, Hamas leader Meshaal and Palestinian PM Haniyeh walk inside the Grand Mosque in Mecca
Thursday, February 08, 2007
Wednesday, February 07, 2007
Very soon the world will no longer need all those annoying user names and passwords. The internet will know who everyone is no matter where they access: at work, home, the store, the bank, the licence office, etc. But remember, what can be easily granted can be easily taken away.
While it was no surprise to the researchers that Palestinian-Israeli economic cooperation would have a huge and positive impact on the Palestinian economy, what did come as a surprise was the impact it would have on the Israeli economy.
The report suggested that the cumulative contribution to Israel exports, estimated at over $17 billion within five to 10 years of stable political conditions, would be generated by Christian tourism to the 'Holy Land', which is projected to develop into a $5 billion business for Israel; and a rise in direct exports to the PA to $7.5 billion.
In addition, the report suggests that under conditions of Israeli-Palestinian economic cooperation, the Arab economic bloc would develop into an important export market for Israel, worth in the region of $5 billion. In value-added terms, the contribution of such economic cooperation to the Israeli GDP would reach about $12 billion.
"The biggest surprises were the amazing contribution such cooperation could have on the Israeli market, the high value of Israeli inputs to Palestinian products and the strong linkage between growth rates of the Palestinian economy and Israeli exports magnitude to the PA," says Yitzhak Gal, senior economist and research consultant at the Peres Center, who helped author the report.
Shapira insists that the report's predictions are only a "cautious estimate" of the advantages that could be gained in the wake of political and military stability.
"The Palestinian Authority is Israel's second largest export market after the United States," Shapira told ISRAEL21c. "When people talk about separation they need to know that it will have a very serious and damaging impact on both the Palestinian and the Israeli economies."
The report suggests that a hostile separation would mean the immediate loss of more than 5% of Israeli exports (without diamonds), a loss that would hurt sensitive sectors such as agriculture; and the loss of tens of thousands of jobs.
For the Palestinians, it would be even more severe. "Severing economic ties would be destructive to the economy and the shock that it would cause would lead to a sharp rise in unemployment and a deepening of the severe economic crisis the PA is already suffering today," the report stated.
The report adds that according to the World Bank, economic separation would lead to a 25% drop in Palestinian GDP, from $1,000-1,100 per capita today, to $800. Unemployment would rise from 23% to 40%. The inevitable result, according to the report, would be a renewal of the violent conflict between the sides.
In addition, Palestinian exports would lose any potential advantages they might have gained in Arab markets by incorporating Israeli technology, marketing and infrastructure into their own products.
PalTrade and the Peres Center for Peace are now engaged to ensure that policy makers, decision-makers, ministers, and key businesspeople in both Israel and the PA read this report. The two organizations have already sent out 1,200 copies and are undertaking extensive advocacy activities to promote the main findings and recommendations of the paper. Meetings have already been held with international representatives in the region, and with the Israeli Ministry of Defense.
"The economic benefits for both the Palestinian and Israeli economies are very clear. This research is very significant. It has shed a great deal of light on the different possibilities for cooperation on both sides," says Shapira. "We hope this report will help increase awareness among decision makers in Israel, the PA and the international community regarding the potential for trade between the Israelis and the Palestinians. We hope it will help them understand the implications of what they are doing."
Tuesday, February 06, 2007
Chief rabbis from Spain, Belgium and several other countries took part in the summit. In the resolution the Hindu leaders also committed themselves to monotheism and rejected idolatry.
With massive call-ins to President Bush, hunger strikes and street protests all over the world, supporters of Jonathan Pollard refuse to accept the injustice of his continued incarceration.
Monday, February 05, 2007
Another book pointing toward world peace without the Trinity.
How long before Britney becomes a Noahide and promotes that to the world?
Rabbi Chaim Rechman [Richman], director of the international department at Israel's Temple Institute , blasted Olmert's decision to allow the minaret as "repugnant to anyone who knows what it is to be a Jew."
"The decision and Israel's general attitude toward the Temple Mount is the manifestation of spiritual bankruptcy in the country's leadership. Olmert is turning his back on our Jewish heritage while the rest of the world looks at us with amazement at how we can be so insensitive to our own spiritual legacy."
Observers say Clinton has made strides as a vocal supporter of Israel during her six years as a senator, even though she still may be a tough sell to those who have not forgiven her embrace and kiss with Suha Arafat in November 1999 - just after Arafat had accused Israel of poisoning Palestinian babies.
Blogger's note: Bill and Hillary Clinton will always embrace power sources, no matter what.