Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Standing for the Truth to 9/11 Truthers

Me on the right

As many may already know, I have spent a great deal of time in the last several months spreading the truth about the events of 911. I have spearheaded the formation of a local activist group in Durham and Raleigh. This movement is primarily secular, but I have felt the Lords leading to be involved because I believe as people see that their world is shaken they will be looking for a Kingdom that will stand the test of truth.
When people realize that they have been lied to, they begin to see how vast and deep the corruption of this present world is.
Unfortunately most think they can fix it by just exposing the lie. They can't see the hand of God in all of this.
They think that if we can just get the right politician elected, or fix this problem, we will have our problems solved.
This is typical of what is in the heart of man. They want to be independent of God. This was the same mentality when Jesus came the first time. The people were oppressed, as now, but even after they had seen and heard all His works, even after He had been raised from the dead, this was their question. Acts:1:6: "When they therefore were come together, they asked of him, saying, Lord, wilt thou at this time restore again the kingdom to Israel?" They just want to see America restored to the way it was. Unfortunately they can't admit that is has always been blood thirsty.
Wake UP!!! If man is the problem, man is not the answer. You don't have to be a believer to see the "Hand writing on the wall", but you do have to be a believer to understand what it means.
We have done several presentations to the public and have had as many as 150 people at some. Sometimes when people hear this for the first time, they are shaken to their core. In the Question and answer period I am usually asked what I think is going on and I have said that I believe that George W Bush may very well be the Biblical Antichrist. What seems to offend people is not what I say, but the fact that I actually believe the Word of God is true and as a result I have been mocked and persecuted. Mt:5:10: "Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." Don't be afraid of what men may say about you, in fact if you are not being ridiculed to some degree, you may want to examine what you are doing or believing. Jn:15:20: "Remember the word that I said unto you, The servant is not greater than his lord. If they have persecuted me, they will also persecute you; if they have kept my saying, they will keep yours also."
What follows below is some of the exchange that has developed as a result of my remarks. I will put my replies in a different color to help distinguish them.

>>> I hope to make a difference without becoming another "Peter" in the sense of pushing my conclusions on others.However, any group that anyone becomes a part of affects their being. And, if I feel that my newfound reversal is not coinciding with the group, I will probably withdraw so as not to adversely affect my creation of reality in a negative way. In this current state of being, I am far more sensitive to energy and would not want to take on a fear perspective as I would create it a lot faster. I don't know if that makes any sense.But, you can research the concept by looking at "The Law of Attraction." (a video about how you can use the power of the universe to serve your own purpose)
Staysee
Staysee,
I Don't quite understand your comment about becoming another "Peter". If it is me you are speaking about, I don't know what you are referring to. Have you found me pushing my conclusions on anyone? Or are you referring to the strength of my convictions. I have not, now or in the past, pushed anything on anyone. You may be confusing the fact that I also have an opinion, and my argument is as a result of years of study. Anyone is free to disagree with me, and I can accept all, as I would like to be accepted. That does not mean I will put my faith aside. You don't know me as a man; We have spent only a few minutes talking to each other. Yet you as a result of what someone else may have said, have passed a judgment. If this is the kind of thing that your belief system leads you to in your judgment of others, it says something about your belief system, not mine. In your effort to avoid negative "energy" you are perfectly willing to cast a negativity about me to the group. Truth is not relative. Truth is true if you believe it or not.
PeterZ

>>>My apologies for offending you.I originally sent that email to Ed in the heat of the moment. I then changed it to the entire group. And after I sent it, I realized that it might be offensive. However, I stand by my statement.You have made conclusions like "Bush is the Antichrist" and expressed it to large numbers of people. This is fine for expressing your opinion and stating it as your own. However, most people are going to feel that the entire 911 Raleigh Group feels that way and it might frighten some mainstream folk away. This issue has been discussed in our meetings and it ended up in the email group inadvertently by my mistake.Or perhaps it was meant to be. It obviously needs to be talked about.And, from what I understand, people have tried to talk to you about it and you refused to change. Again, I apologize for offending anyone.But, If we are going to exist as a group, then we need to talk about things openly.
Staysee

Staysee,
First; let me say, I am well aware that a few in the group, may be uncomfortable with my comments.
I would remind you that when I make those comments, I clearly state that "I personally believe that George W Bush Could very well be the Biblical Antichrist." (Those are the exact words I use). No where do I claim that this is the opinion of the entire group. You have twisted what I have said. I have never made this statement as a "CONCLUSION". Again I say "He COULD VERY WELL BE"
Second; How is it that you would presume to speak for the "Main Stream"? Let me point out that most of America at least claim to believe in the Bible and claim to believe in the devil. A large part of those that support this governments policies are evangelical Christians, that are blinded by a doctrine called the "Rapture". They can not recognize the evil of this "New World Order" plan, because their doctrine teaches them that they will be raptured out of here before the Antichrist is revealed. I have a purpose in stating these things, and I would venture to say I have opened thousands of eyes on the subject of 911. In fact these groups have come into existence as a result of my efforts. Jesus said " The tree is known by its fruit" How dare you sit in judgment of me?
Have you forgotten that just about a month ago a world leader, Hugo Chavez, in front of the world stage at the United Nations, openly proclaimed that George Bush was the Devil. He even said that the place still smells like sulfur.
Third; This may be a game to you, and you are worried about offending someone, or don't want to disturb your bubble of good vibes, but this is life or death to me. Nothing will stop me from declaring the dangers that are presented before us.
When you sit there in your "Lotus" position, are you not declaring something about your belief system?
What you are really saying is that you should be allowed to declare your belief system because it is not offensive to you, but I should not. The "Main Stream" would more likely think you the "Ding Bat" not me.
When you made the statement "from what I understand, people have tried to talk to you about it and you refused to change." You made it clear just where this came from. Only one person has made that demand. Maybe you and her should take a house by the sea together.
Fourth; The truth of these things will be seen in due time. If what I have said is a myth, then what are you afraid of? But if these things are true, what I have taught will be born out. America is not going to just keep going along with the status quo. Neither you nor George W Bush will stop me from speaking the truth "as I see it".
Fifth; You sent this email to the entire group disguised as an apology. Just because you say "I apologize" does not make it an apology. When you first sent out your remarks you plainly state that you did not intend for me to see them. You wanted to stab me behind my back and look for others to stand with you. You did not know I was on the email list. When I sent my reply to you, I sent it to you personally, but you wanted to open it up to the entire group in the hope that you could get them all to gang up on me.That is a divisive tactic. Again, I have not forced my beliefs on anyone, and I have been accepting of all. I would say that there is one thing I find repulsive and that is for anyone to use the circumstances of 911 and this War for self promotion. You have not offended me and I forgive you for what has happened.
In the future I would hope that you would show the courage to come to me directly with things that I do that may offend you. You will find me a loving accepting man that would give the shirt off my back to those that would need it. This does not mean that just because I may be an offence to some that I should change my faith. Jesus himself was an offence to those that stood against the truth. Truth is not relative. Truth is true if you believe it or not.
PeterZ

PeterZ,
>>>I found your comments from the following email..".don't want to disturb your bubble of good vibes,...""When you sit there in your "Lotus" position, ...""The "Main Stream" would more likely think you the "Ding Bat" notme... ""Maybe you and her should take a house by the sea together..."...to be personal jabs intended to attack Staysee.I believe the above statements to be the kind of language that willdivide our group. If you must make them, I encourage you to directthese types of words directly to Staysee and not to the group list.I am sending this to the group list because I want to have a fairapplication of my words on this list where I told Staysee basically notto attack another member of the group.Peter, you are a valuable member of this movement. We all need to beresilient and aware that disintegration from within is our enemy's besttactic to take us out. I believe how we talk to each other is a goodstart to preserving our group.
thank you, Andrew

Andrew,Thank you for your comments,I realize that those remarks were a bit of a swipe, but when I first responded to his insult, It was only him that I responded to.Even though he had attacked me in front of the whole group. He is the one that forwarded my remarks on to the whole group, I might add thinking he was doing it behind my back.The comment that he would more likely be thought a "Ding Bat" was in response to his insinuation that I was on the lunatic fringe. I was not calling him a Ding Bat, and my mention of his sitting in a Lotus position was because that is what he was doing at the film showing. I used it to make my point that he too was making a statement of faith.They were not meant as insults but to perhaps show his own hypocrisy. The use of the words "main stream" were used by him in his concern about me if you read what he said to me. I was endeavoring to point out who was really more out of the main stream. I understand your concern for the unity of the group, I also share that concern. I have worked very hard to help get that group started. On the other hand, in all my years of working with and organizing groups, I have never found it acceptable to allow new comers that have yet to make any real contribution, take shots at the leaders. It is a spiritual principle. "Smite the Shepard, and you scatter the sheep"I am sorry that all this has happened, but I am not the one that attacked anyone. I have only responded to those that would not respect me or what I believe. I don't demand anyone believe what I do but I will not reject my faith nor will I reign it in either. You know the kind of man that I am.One more thing. Have you considered the possibility that we may be correct about who George Bush is?http://www.bushisantichrist.com/
Love Peter

>>>I am not taking anyone's side here. I understand both positions.I feel compelled to speak up.This type of dissension happens quite regularly at 911blogger.There are folks there. Who want to talk about no plane theories, mini nukes, beam particle weapons, hidden technologies.Then there are those people. Who feel that discussion of those subjects dilutes the seriousness of the topic.The "wacko factor" is of concern. People do not want to make their efforts. More difficult by suggesting topics.That might be considered "wacko". By those not in the know.Me being secular in nature. Would put the "anti-christ" in the "wacko" category. It is worthy of discussion.At this point in the game. It is complete speculation. Personally, I would like to present an image not basedon speculation. But has close to real science as we can get. That way the debunker will have less to punch holes at.
When we start exclaiming religious views. We being us. Everyone/anyone in the our groups at public meetings. It takes me away from my original intent. Getting the Bushies behind bars. The anti-christ has nothing to do with that.I know I appreciate your efforts greatly. Getting the ball rolling for a local 9/11 movement. A movement consist of more than one person.
Obviously, you feel very strong about always having the right to speak. All your views at anytime.I know personally. I would appreciate you not bringing up the subject of anti-christ in our public sponsored outings. If you have a private conservation with someone. Fine. I think I can speak for most everyone in the Raleigh group. Let me say, the topic of you and the anti-christ has never been mentioned to me outside these emails. At no meeting has it been discussed that I have attended or know about. The group has talked about our public front and presenting facts not speculation. Your views on the antichrist is speculation. I think you could agree to that at this point in time. Would you please not publicly bring the subject of the anti-christ? At public forums sponsored by the Raleigh group. If you say no. That is something we can discuss at our next meeting. It really comes down to a matter of respect. We respect your right to voice your opinion. I hope you can respect our right. To have our/Raleigh group public image viewed as we see fit. If you have not been yet. If you keep speaking about the antichrist theory. You will be accused of being a dis-info agent. I am not saying that should matter in how you view this situation. That is my bit of speculation. I know surely everyone wants you on our team and know we are lucky to have you on it as well. That is as honest & open.
As I know how to be.
Peace!Gary

>>>You bring up valid points in your email, but this seems completely ludicrous. Accused of being a dis-info agent? By who?
I share the same beliefs, and I've been doing 9/11 truth activism for over a year, and am an active member at 911blogger and loosechangeforums as well as a ton of other forums and email groups, including Veterans for 9/11 truth, and not once have I ever been accused of being a dis-info agent for voicing my religious beliefs. Not once.
People that ascribe to 'no-plane' theories, even no airliner at the pentagon, particle beams, etc. get accused of being disinfo agents all the time.

Michael BlkKnight

Thank you Gentleman. Gary no one is looking for anyone to take sides.
I hardly think that a belief in the words of Jesus or in Biblical prophecy is in the same category as the "no plane theory" or the other "Wacko" Theories.
Christian thought and Biblical prophecy is right in the middle of this whole movement weather you recognize it or not.
Should we also censor David Ray Griffin? or these:


Christian Faith and the Truth Behind 9/11:
A Call to Reflection and Action

David Ray Griffin

"WARNING: If, like most Americans calling themselves Christian, you prefer the comfort of acquiescing in the official version of 9/11 and the imperial wars it facilitated, DROP THIS BOOK NOW. But if you are open to the grace of honest inquiry and the risk of following the historical Jesus in confronting the evils of empire, this rigorously argued book is a MUST READ.”
---Ray McGovern, CIA veteran analyst now with Tell the Word, a project of the ecumenical Church of the Saviour, Washington, D.C.

“Compelling reading. Here is a remarkably thorough presentation of facts regarding 9/11 events. Professor Griffin sets the events of 9/11 in a historical, religious, and philosophical context that is most enlightening. Although this context is also somewhat chilling, he holds out hope in his discussion of where we can go from here. I most highly recommend this book!”---Steven E. Jones, Professor of Physics, Brigham Young University

“Do American Christians want the United States to act like the New Rome, invading other countries to impose its imperial rule and its control of other peoples’ resources? That, however, is just what the US is doing, increasingly so since 9/11, explains David Griffin. In this gripping summary of evidence for the truth behind 9/11 and the 9/11 Commission report, Griffin makes a compelling case that the imperial practices of the American government have become a destructive force in the world. And he clarifies the biblical and theological basis for Christians to challenge the resurgent American imperialism that often claims divine blessing on its destructive actions.”
-—Richard A. Horsley, Distinguished Professor of Liberal Arts and the Study of Religion, University of Massachusetts, and author of Jesus and Empire: The Kingdom of God and the New World Disorder

There are many more. such as Kevin Barrett and his new book
9/11 & American Empire: Christians, Jews, and Muslims Speak Out (Paperback)
My belief that George W. Bush is quite possibly the Biblical Antichrist is way more than speculation.
I am not someone that just fell off of the Banana Boat. I have been a Bible student for almost 40 years. I have put three children through college. No one that knows me has ever considered me to be a "Wacko". The time may come that you will grow to appreciate the fact that we have some in our midst that are men of faith.
I would like to point out that I don't just out of no where bring the subject up, but it is ALWAYS in response to someone that asks a question as to what I believe is behind these things.
You might be interested in this Web site> http://www.bushisantichrist.com/

Staysee, you have no need to forgive me, as I have not trespassed against you.
I too am happy to have you guys on board having begun to go down this path of 911 truth.
PeterZ

>>>Gary,
I take responsibility for inviting Peter to make a comment about Bush as the Anti-Christ at the end of the Q and A session following my talk in August at ERUUF. It was after an impassioned comment along those lines by an Iranian citizen in the audience, so it seemed appropriate to have Peter make his comment as a followup.

I haven't read David Griffin's book yet, but I wouldn't put the Anti-Christ conversation in the same category as the disinformation no-planers. However if the perception is that it is causing tension in the group, it is helpful to have Peter's continued commitment to only mention it in response to questions and not initiate the conversation as if it were a primary component of the group's platform.

Although I would not strictly define myself as a Christian, I was brought up in that tradition, and I am concerned that Peter may actually be correct in his assessment of the situation. We'll know more soon. I hope he is wrong and the impeachment process starts right after the election.
TWRL! (The White Rose Lives)
Larry

I thought this post would be a good preliminary to the post I should have up in the next week about the Bible and 911.
It gives you an idea what we are up against.
Mt:9:37: Then saith he unto his disciples, The harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few;
PeterZ

14 comments:

Kevin G said...

Thank You Peterz for all of your work and efforts in bringing these legitimate questions and evidence regarding this horrendous act of September 11 2001! Our Heavenly Father is guiding you and he is pleased with you!
If only these rapture-believing Christians, who continues to turn a blind eye to this beast, would open their bibles and take a hard look through some of the end time prophecies. But, they aren't told to by their church pastors and of course they think they aren't going to be here during any tribulation! So, they don't need to! Right now we first must first keep our eyes upon Jesus Christ /Yahshua Our Savior and know that HIs Kingdom is coming in and this evil empire is being exposed and soon to crumble, actually it already is crumbling.
Their Kingdom is built on lies, greed, lust, deceipt,perversions,wickedness and Murder.
Our Heavenly Father has allowed us to go full circle and now we can see what doing it -
"Our way" has done.
it's time to return home, to our Heavenly Father, to love him, and do it His way! For Our Kingdom is not of this world, but of his, under his son, Jesus, Christ, Yahshua. Bless you Peterz, You are truly doing well and pleasing Our Father above.

Anonymous said...

I dont practice any "faith" I accept only facts backed by empirical evidence which is why 9/11 truth was the only available option for me.

I see no reason to argue about this either, been researching religion for over 30 years and one thing I have learned is there is no possibility to penetrate the thick wall of cognitive dissonance believers cobble together for themselves.
Believers will believe what they do based solely on faith.
I will know what I know based solely on empirical, archeological evidence and never the twain shall meet.
So agree to disagree is the best it will ever get.
Bpandkat

Anonymous said...

While I lean strongly to the 'scientific/analytic/empirical/evidential/objective' side of things, I try to be objective to the point of also not being dogmatic.

One can be dogmatic about scientific as well as religious. Look at the history of science & you'll find many parallels to religious history. It's all human beings attempting to make sense of things & push their views & control others. Science is no more 'pure' or incorruptible than religion--all depends on the integrity of the individual/s involved.

I've known several religious people who were more open & rational than some science-oriented folks.

There are many ways of 'knowing' (or rather believing) things: direct observation (probably includes more than just 5 senses), intuition, inference, deduction, associative processes, induction, accrual/accretion, inertial, even emotional, etc..

But even with direct observation--how often do we get conflicting reports or accounts of accidents, for ex? Can a magician fool us? We're predisposed by our own biology & sociology in so many ways.. we have natural/organic filters that control/limit how & what we attend to (in terms of focus).

How do I KNOW with absolute certainty that the universe is 14 billion years old?
(this number changes every few years, btw)

Or that there are hundreds of billions of galaxies each containing tens/hundreds of billions of stars?

Have I ever directly observed anything at the quantum level?

Do I often depend upon tools that can be inacurrate, or worse--manipulated?

How many scientific things do I simply believe but that I've never personally observed & verified?

Has 'science' ever been wrong?
Do new theories (becoming the new 'facts') overturn old facts?
Is there resistance to new theories?
Does the canon of science move slowly, haltingly?
Similar to how the canon of each religion tends to change?

Does science have its own hierarchy of (academic/tenured) priests--including high priests who collectively & periodically decide what new theories get canonized?

I prefer to believe in science mostly--but objectively I recognize & accept/believe that most of what I believe is essentially subjective.

Besides, at the heart of science is the core belief that nothing can be proven--only disproven.

Just cuz the sun comes up every day for a million days in a row does not 'prove' it will come up tomorrow--& it's generally believed that indeed one day (~5 billion yrs from now) it will Not come up...in the sense of fading out/dying.

Btw, most of the 'scientific' world appears to believe the 'official' versions of 9/11.. what does that suggest about the accuracy, transparency, & objective realism of our scientific world?

Science, like any other religion, is a belief in a type of system that is controlled by groups of powerful priestly-type people. They generally don't like to be questioned or challenged any more than the pope does. Or any more than Any of Us do.. ;)

I express this with the hope it may provide some common ground perspectives--we all walk the same earth. Each 'system' produces memes designed to drive wedges between us. Let's learn from each other, work together, & not allow the higher-up puppet-masters to entangle us with their divisive mindsets & dominating egos.

Peace,
David

Peter Zarcone said...

Brilliantly said David.
You are correct much of what is passed off as scientific knowledge is actually built on nothing.
St Augustine said " Man seeks to have knowledge without faith but without faith he will have neither knowledge or faith"

True faith should be based on evidence, and we will know if it is a sound step of faith by the result we receive.
for example; When we sit in a chair we are willing to sit in it because of the evidence that it will hold us. We don't know for sure. Someone could have done something to cause it to collapse. We look at it and in our minds we think it looks solid, we may have seen someone else sit in it. This gives us the "Faith" to sit in it. Then we know if it was a sound step of faith or not, because it works, it brings answers and gives peace.
When I said "Truth is true if you believe it or not" What I mean is just because one believes something does not make it true. You can be deceived. Example: if you were visiting someone, and while you were in their house someone came and stole the engine out of your car, and you didn't know about it, then you go out fully believing everything is fine; Would your car start? No, because even though you believed without a shadow of a doubt, you had believed an untruth.
Point? Brings us back to how this whole discussion started. If George W Bush is the Biblical Antichrist, He is weather we believe it or not. We shall soon find out.
Peter

Anonymous said...

I am more worried about the aliens than the
anti-christ.
Gary A

BLKNIGHT18 said...

re: I am more worried about the aliens than the
anti-christ.

Everyone has their own opinions, but aliens haven't shown themselves to the world, and an antichrist has. There is no question that Bush is an antichrist. Whether Jesus Christ ever existed or not, there is a story contained in Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John and there is an embodiment of principles that are 'Christ' like. And there are warnings in those same stories of 'wolves in sheep's clothing', that are to be known by the fruit that they bear. More than Hitler, more than Stalin, more than his own father, Bush is an antichrist. He uses his 'born again' Christian status as cover for all of the terrible things he does and policies that he promotes, that all of us who have been down the rabbit hole know about. Hitler and Stalin did more evil (up to this point) but they didn't tie themselves to Christianity like Bush so openly has. And even though he is just a figure head of an agenda, he still is, nominally, the most powerful political leader in the world. He is commander-in-chief of the mightiest military force on earth, with 700 bases worldwide and 10,000 nuclear weapons. His supposed moral standing and backing comes from other antichrists, like Robertson, Falwell, Hagee, etc. It is his administration that is actively destroying our Constitution step-by-step, establishing a police state in the once land of the free, wrecking the U.S. military, destroying countries wherever he goes ("by peace, he shall destroy many"), responsible for the grandest false flag event the world has seen with 9/11, etc.

You can't point to 'aliens' that are involved in what is happening to this country. You can however, point to an antichrist, whether its prophetic or not.

Mike

Anonymous said...

Great point, blknight. Even the sinners cannot deny what words are written in the gospels.

In John chapter 15, as well as numerous other places, Christ warns his followers that they would be hated, and endure persecution for no reason just as He did. I find this exchange Peterz has shared to be a fine example of that persecution. It is ironic that people will come so far as to be involved in the 911 truth movement, and yet they will stop short of recognizing the depths of what is going on. For what conspiracies exist in the physical are but the tip of an iceberg of a deeper spiritual warfare. I look eagerly forward to Peterz's next post about the bible and 911.

Also, I have recently put up a post that deals somewhat with the eagerness of the church to overlook any scandelous behavior or lies from George Bush jr.

The best representation of the deception of this current theocracy rests in it's origin: the innaugeration of 2001, which was riddled with protests from both Democrats and Anarchists... in that scene of hostility the Christian base did not witness someone stealing the office he should not have received...the Christians did not sense any treachery in their man. Instead they saw the protests as a sort of persecution which the holy are warned by Christ that they would endure. That perversion of logic has blanketed all accountability for Bush ever since. The 33% of Americans who have never stopped supporting Bush see him as a martyr, crucified by the "liberal media", and they support him like they think they would support Jesus...This 1/3rd of Amercans do not know Christ, because they still believes that George W Bush is of Christ.

This post is available in it's entirety at 911antichrist.blogspot.com
Kevin Young

Anonymous said...

Great Job keeping your cool, shepherd...It was a most enjoyable read, if not a bit frustrating at parts. It seems that the believers in the scientific faith are competing with organized religion in the field of ignorance (under the guise of presumed knowledgeability). I see an excellent example of "cognative dissonace" in that exchange, but it isn't coming from you, Peter. It seems the less ground a person has to work with, intellectually, the more words they will use to reinforce their stance...what a joke, and an all and out waste of time.

You disturbed Bpandkat's paradigm, I think, and put him on the defensive pretty quickly. People just don't think these days...they presume, they build glorious infrastructures of bullshit in which to house their over-inflated senses of self, and there-in they hope to find completion... My guess is that Bpandkat's 30 years of "scientific study" has been a battle against a sense of emptiness, lonliness, and insignificance...the common plagues of humanity (outside the will of God)... The easiest thing to read in that whole correspondance was that Bpandkat is overcompensating for something.
I like the "911 what Really Happened" banner in your picture. It's a real work of revolutionary art.
Kevin Young

Anonymous said...

If you noticed, the gas price dropped sharply just before the Election 2006. Now, it's slowly climbing back up.

Sandra said...

I to believe George Walker Bush Jr. is the antichrist. Never supported him. So many fundamentalist support him but that is because he answers to their greed. They worship money and the prosperity movement and are blind because of their greed for material wealth in this world. Look at the T.V. ministers. They prance around talking about material wealth and it is their right to claim it.

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Anonymous said...

The whole idea of god is purely from the human imagination. And ALL scriptures are writen by men to serve thier needs. Too believe any of it is to be lost to reality.

Anonymous said...

Hey PeterZ! Just found your blog and love the stuff I'm reading. Itsso strage becaus eI was just listening to Revelations (audio bible) then I begun to wonder why does God hate sin then I found your blog and alll the info on Revelations. Where in NC are you located?

PursuingTruth said...

I am in Durham NC, you can email me directly at pursuingtruth@nc.rr.com