Didaktikos (ADJ) the skill to teach… Didaskalos (NOUN) Teacher… DIDACHE the subject taught…… Didasko (VERB) Teach,   above words used 213 times in NT Dialektikos (ADJ) the art of reason.. Dialektos (NOUN) Interpreter.. DIALEKTIC cultural tongue translated…. Dialegomai (VERB) argue deliberate or debate,  used 54 times in NT   The first […] Read more »



By Marsha West  January 9, 2013 A couple of weeks ago, while I was surfing the net for articles to include in the Email Brigade News Report, I came across a piece entitled “Provocative Clothing Company Creates Tees to Help Christian Girls be ‘Playful’ for Jesus.” For obvious reasons […] Read more »



Commentary by Roger Oakland My wife says that I can be a very confrontational person. When I am confronted with a serious problem or recognize a contradiction in someone’s reasoning, I just cannot let it go. A few years ago, while I was touring Westminster Abbey, a historic church […] Read more »

The New Apostacy, Pre-Apostacy Signs Vs Post Apostacy Signs

The New Apostacy, Pre-Apostacy Signs Vs Post Apostacy Signs , 16 Sep 2013 Wed, January 16, 2013 9:50% of readers think this story is Fact. Add your two cents. Share (Before It’s News)                                                     Joseph Chambers * Paw Creek Ministries THE SPEED AT WHICH THE END IS APPROACHING HAS REACHED […] Read more »


VOODOO CHRISTIANITY Coach Dave Daubenmire, 10 Jul 2013 Remember when George Bush accused Ronald Reagan of “Voodoo Economics?” Well I am more worried about “Voodoo Christianity.” Voodoo–Based on unrealistic or delusive assumptions: Deceptive or delusive nonsense. For the mystery of iniquity doth already work: only he who now letteth […] Read more »

The Emergent Compromised Church

The Emergent Compromised Church Brian Hay, 30 May 2012 The Christian magazines and religious broadcasting airwaves along with many of the books that fill the religious booksellers shelves are awash with all these new name tags and references to what seems a legitimate voice of Christian thinking.  The truth is […] Read more »

What Is Our Christian Duty To The Poor?

Brian HayEditorial: “What is Our Christian Duty To The Poor?” Brian Hay, 23 May 2012 It is rather funny how a certain cultural or religious mindset can actually blind us to obvious biblical truth, and then have us believe with absolute conviction, that we are right in what we are […] Read more »

Why Does God Not Hear My Prayers

Brian HayEditorial:  “Why Does God Not Hear My Prayers” Brian Hay, 14 May 2012 In the book of Luke this story is narrated to us by the physician Luke himself, instructing us that there is a very distinct difference between light and darkness, and such that the two do not […] Read more »

By Brian Hay: “For The Despairing Man”

Brian HayEditorial: “For The Despairing Man” Brian Hay, 11 May 2012 In the book of Job there is a very pertinent but very specific and direct injunction given to mankind in general and to the godly in particular, which states: “for the despairing man there needs to be kindness from his […] Read more »


Brian HayEditorial:  “Betrayal” Brian Hay, 10 May 2012 “Betrayal” you ask!  What has that got to do with end time events? … to which I will respond … a much greater effect and impact than you can imagine, and it will get worse not better. Jesus warned us that as […] Read more »