Every now and then we need a wake up call. Well, in the US particularly, and quickly after, the rest of the world, we are about to get a major, major economic shift. According to many of the major players, this will make 2008 look like a tea party. It is only a miracle it hasn’t happened earlier, however now major parties are moving money outside the US. The message is, things are going to get messy, but we have a little bit of time to prepare.
I will let David Gates explain:
After 9 years in Jail, Kent has finally been released and had all the charges dropped. Such insanity that he even went to prison… don’t get me started. Anyway. He has hit the ground running with his first video on youtube (which didn’t even exist when he went into prison). While I don’t agree with everything he says, particularly relating to his views on the Sabbath (he doesn’t believe we have to keep the biblical Sabbath) and state of the dead (he believes in the immortality of the soul), I believe this guy has been used by God to trample the state funded religion which is Evolution.
Dwayne has been on an amazing journey. Very worth your time to watch.
After a couple of days of messing around, we are finally back online. If you find any issues with parts of the site not working, please let me know.
Dan Banos giving a talk on Ted-x showing the best way to maintain a healthy mind. Watch the video and find out how science has been shown to back up this way of living.
Anyone who has had children would know how amazing it is to see the development of a child. But what is more amazing is all the processes that allowed that child to come into the world. This lecture never ceases to amaze me, as he covers the controversial topic of abortion, by answering the not so simple questions “when does life begin?”. After watching this video you will see we are truly fearfully and wonderfully made.
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Extended full version (1h)
This video series covers the history of the Sabbath, as it changed from the 7th day of the week, to the 1st day of the week, and then to be considered done away with in the mid 20th century.