Prophecy in the News

High court ruling favors prayer at council meeting

A narrowly divided Supreme Court upheld decidedly Christian prayers at the start of local council meetings on Monday, declaring them in line with long national traditions though the country has grown more religiously diverse.   The content of the prayers is not significant as long as they do not denigrate non-Christians or try to win […]

FL Teacher Banned Bible

Officials at Broward County Public Schools banned a fifth grader from reading the Bible during “free reading” time, according to lawyers from the Liberty Institute who are threatening to sue the school for violating the First Amendment.   Giovanni Rubeo is a fifth-grade student at the school, who had been given a Bible at church […]

Not the Way I Think Most People Want to Live

During a talk to the U.S. embassy staff in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia at the first stop on his trip to Africa, Secretary of State John Kerry remarked about what he called the “different cross-currents of modernity” and the challenges they present on the African continent. The comments contain a veiled reference to religion, and the part that religion […]

U.N. torture committee probes Vatican on sex abuse scandal

The Vatican is bracing for a blistering session this week before the U.N. Committee Against Torture, which is expected to address the Holy See’s handling of its churchwide sexual abuse scandal and its infringement on human rights.   The Rev. Federico Lombardi, Vatican spokesman, warned against “ideological pressure” if the U.N. panel veers off topic like its […]

Kerry will resume push for Israeli-Palestinian talks

After the nine-month deadline for Israeli-Palestinian peace talks expired on Tuesday, US Secretary of State John Kerry’s aides said that he would again try to get the sides back to the negotiating table after a pause of several months.   The talks came to an official halt on Tuesday, though Israel had already decided to […]

The story of the Day of Independence

The High Commissioner of British Mandate Palestine, General Sir Alan Gordon Cunningham started the day early on May 14, 1948. It was his last day on the job, which was to keep the land under his control in order. Read More: News Source No Longer Available — Continue to Endtime ».

The UN Rejected a Return to the 1949 Armistice Lines

The 1949 Armistice lines, are also commonly called the ‘1967 borders’, although they are not legal borders, and are actually the ‘1967 Pre Six Day War’ lines.   The wording of UN Resolutions 242 and 338 clearly reflect the contention that none of the territories were occupied territories taken by force in an unjust war. […]