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Expectations and Promises

Foxfier (formerly Sailorette) writes at Head Noises. She wrote this guest post for CMR. Here she is: Broadly speaking, if folks read the prophecies in the Bible and expected them to be literal, they were figurative. If they thought they… Continue Reading →

Prophecy Fail

I just thought this was pretty funny from Fail Blog.

Sarah Palin As Biblical Esther?

I just love this stuff. Frankly most Catholics are too easily embarrassed. Heck, I know I would be. But not Baptist Pastor Mark Arnold of Lebanon, Ohio. Nope. Pastor Arnold regales us with the tale of a message from God… Continue Reading →

Catholic Triumphalism From Protestants?

There is branch of Catholic prophecy that predicts a series of events prior to the rise of Antichrist that lead to a unified Catholic Europe. Generally speaking, the events that lead to this foretold conversion are horrendous. Economic collapse, civil… Continue Reading →

Despise Not Prophecy But Prove All Things

“Extinguish not the spirit. Despise not prophecies. But prove all things; hold fast that which is good.” 1 Thessalonians 5 This is not a topic that I frequently write about, but I am absolutely fascinated by this particular prophecy. I… Continue Reading →

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