1. Rejoice for Christ Will Come Again!


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    Nathan Babcock preaching at the Buchanan Christian Church in Buchanan, Michigan, on December 23, 2012.

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    • Christians in Egypt remain imprisoned for 'insulting Islam' (Second Coming Watch Update #192)


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      Released: August 12, 2012 By: Daniel Whyte III Christians in Egypt remained imprisoned for 'insulting Islam'. According to Middle East Concern, appeals against the convictions of two Christians jailed for offending Muslims have been rejected. Mak-rem Diab has been sentenced to six years in prison for reportedly insulting Muhammad during a heated discussion with another teacher. And a student, Ga-mal Mass-oud, was sentenced to three years for posting material deemed offensive to Islam on his Facebook page. Many Arab Christians are coming to the U.S. to escape persecution. According to Persecution.org, hundreds of Christians are fleeing their homes in the Middle East due to persecution and political turmoil and coming to America. The Arab Refugee Christians in the USA is one organization that is trying to help. A report stated that Christians constituted about 20 percent of the overall population of the Mideast a century ago, but it has dropped to five percent in recent years. British media criticize Christians who believe in creationism as stupid and extreme. According to the UK's Christian Institute, the BBC has admitted that news anchor Jeremy Paxman offended Christians when "talking about religious hogwash and saying that stupid people believed in a literal understanding of Genesis." During an interview with evolutionist Richard Dawkins, Paxman also categorized Christians as extremist and in the same class as totalitarian Muslims. The BBC admitted that the remarks were 'offensive' but offered no further conciliation. The Bible says in 2 Timothy 4:3-4: "For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears; And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables." You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com

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      • Nov 25 2012 11AM


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        If there is no Resurrection Day

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        • Richard Dawkins at Dublin Writers Festival 2012


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          Richard Dawkins, National Concert Hall, Dublin Writers Festival, June 2012.

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          • Christ in Prophecy: Barger on Atheism


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            Why do Atheists think the way they do? Find out with guest Eric Barger on the show Christ in Prophecy.

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            • An atheist changes his mind about God


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              Engineer Nick Berryman was an atheist, who enjoyed reading Richard Dawkins’ ‘The God Delusion.’ He changed his mind about God when a friend introduced him to books by CS Lewis, John Lennox and Alister McGrath.

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              • Cosmological Argument and Fine-Tuning - Richard Dawkins vs William Lane Craig


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                William Lane Craig demolishes Richard Dawkins' objections to the Kalam Cosmological Argument and Teleological Argument.

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                • Richard Wall - Artist


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                  Richard Wall has been painting for over 50 years. Born in 1936 and raised a Catholic in Northern Ireland, he left at the age of 21 for London and beyond, exploring the world as a fireman at sea, on his return he went to art college in Manchester. Then, in 1972, after a motorbike accident which left him crippled, he moved to New Zealand where his main body of work began. His work there reflects his turbulent family life, his ongoing reaction against imperialism and the power imbalance between the 'natives', be they Irish or Maori, and the elite. In the early 90s, inspired by a Mongul Mob member, he decided he needed to go back to Ireland and ‘do what needed to be done’ - to begin a personal campaign questioning and ‘pointing the bone’ at current political and religious issues in Ireland, the most critical and personal being the Catholic Church's negative influence on his life and Irish society as a whole . He calls this period ‘The Mission’. He now lives alone and continues to paint in the Mayo mountains in Ireland. His cottage contains his entire life’s work. The film above is an overview of his life and work.

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                  • Richard Dawkins in National Secular Society Seminar


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                    Richard Dawkins in National Secular Society Seminar

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