There are now a number of books dealing with the Y2K problem. I received this book as a gift and was familiar with Hal Lindsey. The book paints a pretty gloom picture of January 1, 2000. He could have titled it, “The Late Great Planet Earth II.” There is no doubt that much of this kind of information is fascinating (I mean, to realize the extent to which our world is interconnected electronically). I wonder if Edison ever imagined it! Since the book was written in 1998, a few comments (such as a Japanese collapse in April, 99) have already been less than predicted. I wonder how many other predictions will wane.
Natural DisastersAugust 31, 2017
A number of interesting natural and unnatural things have happened in the last few days. We have seen an amazing solar eclipse which happens only a couple times in most people’s life time. Some people go too far on one side making such an eclipse a biblical sign from God, and others go too far […]
Human Nature, America, and the ChurchApril 29, 2017
America and, therefore, the Christian church are experiencing an upheaval unique to the present age but unlike any phenomenon in recent history. Cultural watchers have described it as post-Christian, post-modern, post-morality, slouching toward Gomorrah, God is dead, and also with Biblical terminology such as the great apostasy, the one-world church, the harlot of Revelation, etc. […]
Corrupting Good MannersApril 1, 2016
Be not deceived: evil communications corrupt good manners. 1 Corinthians 15:33 I have written at least three previous times about manners1 as many have done who grew up in the turbulent ‘60s when the civilities of society were turned on their head. It was John Silber, past President of Boston University, who […]