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Sunday Thoughts: The Intolerance of Judgement?

Judgment Day

Many could care less about Biblical teaching when it comes to judging morality. They are quick to ridicule and mock anything related to the Bible - quickly pointing out what they may feel is the hypocrisies in various teachings and their application in our lives. Right Wire Report, it should be noted, is not attempting religious indoctrination. This article is offered as an analysis and perhaps a limited lesson in critical thinking that nothing can be truly understood without accurate context applied. For those in present-day America, this exercise is relevant and should be applied when making sense of all the current political and civil unrest. However, I do find it curious this is one passage from the Bible even

Sunday Thoughts: American Apathy, The Laodicean Life?

Believe Nothing

The Right Wire Report has written extensively on the alleged voter fraud in the 2020 elections - see here. As of this date, and after all the public meetings, most Americans today seem to care less, that a presidential election could have been stolen. Our Republic is broken. Even our judicial branch of government won't even at least listen to the 1000s of testimonies about voter fraud. Is there any outrage among the American people? Very little (at least on one side of the political aisle) ... They just know one thing, and this is all they seem to care about. "Orange Man Bad - You're Fired!" One of the greatest threats to democracy is voter apathy. A voter who is a

Sunday Thoughts: Speculating the Date of the Second Coming of Christ

Second Coming

By now, the harsh reality of the 2020 presidential results has smacked many people square in the face and is beginning to sink in. It was always positioned as a pivotal election that would have grave consequences for the near and distant future. Half of the people are jubilant that they have won something - what is unclear. For the other half, they are furious about election theft. Has America turned into a banana republic? Still, others believe that this will be the end of America as we know it, foretelling an apocalyptic future. In times like this, one has to ground ourselves in a bigger picture of our world's beliefs and faith on a millennial timeline basis. For some, mostly

Sunday Thoughts: Will You Vote Out of Love or Hate?

Love Hate

We have finally arrived at the final weekend before the momentous and pivotal 2020 presidential election. It has been exhausting, to say the least. The debates have concluded, all the policy positions have been made, as well as the endless political advertising. For those who have already voted and those who have not yet voted, one perhaps should take a moment and reflect on why you voted for whom you voted for. Not just on a policy basis, but on your psychological state of mind. Did you vote out of love for your candidate and their ideas? Or was it hate? It seems to the Right Wire Report that one could define two groups of people based on love and hate, juxtaposed

Sunday Thoughts: Why Christianophobia Works to Deliver the Leftist Agenda Against Western Culture

Attacks On Christians

With the nomination of Judge Amy Barrett to the Supreme Court by President Trump, people's faith will come into focus. Attacks on religion, specifically Christianity, may become part of a new narrative. Read Bill Maher's vicious attack on the judge's religion here. We have already seen Black Lives Matter protests turn their wrath against churches as well. Christians are under attack worldwide at a rapidly rising rate. It seems that the Christian religion is under attack everywhere one looks. One of the drivers behind this is a belief that religion is not compatible with science and serves to block human advancement. Some have advocated that in order to save humanity we must kill God.  There are many examples of these anti-religionists. Historian

Sunday Thoughts: Evolution and the Scientific Method

Evolution Scientific Method

Evolution today is considered accepted settled science. It is taught now in our schools as fact. Any opposition to this view will be quickly ridiculed. At the same time, we learned long ago from academics, the scientific method to find truth in our natural world. Anything else would be considered "junk science." In this light, one wonders how evolution has stacked up to this scientific method. Has evolution sufficiently past the muster of this method? In the way of review, let's examine this scientific method. The scientific method is a process for experimentation that is used to explore observations and answer questions. Does this mean all scientists follow exactly this process? No. Some areas of science can be more easily tested

Sunday Thoughts: Cybernetic Immortality, Transhumanism

Project 2045 Avatars

The dream of the fountain of youth has been ever-present in the human experience. Humans have a finite life. And most people believe life is good - who wants to get old and die? So the dream of immortality has been the ultimate dream for most humans. For millennia religion often has given paths to this immortality through belief systems that are often not based on science or technology. But recently, there has been a move by some to think that perhaps humans can themselves obtain immorality through science or technology.  As with any good academic, there is a name for almost everything nowadays. Transhumanism is a philosophical movement that advocates for the transformation of the human condition by developing and making widely available sophisticated technologies

Sunday Thoughts: Pope Francis Says Gossip Worse Than COVID?

Pope Francis

Pope Francis said Sunday that gossiping is a "plague worse than COVID" that is seeking to divide the Catholic Church. Francis strayed from his prepared text to double down on his frequent complaint about gossiping within church communities and even within the Vatican bureaucracy. Pope Francis didn't give specifics during his weekly blessing but went on at some length to say the devil is the "biggest gossiper" who is seeking to divide the church with his lies. "Please brothers and sisters, let's try to not gossip," he said. "Gossip is a plague worse than COVID. Worse. Let's make a big effort: No, gossiping!" These series of articles are about Sunday Thoughts and have a few religious aspects to them, but when it

Sunday Thoughts: The Stupidity Challenge

The Stupidity Challenge

It is about 60 days until America goes to the polls and decide the future of the country. But the election process is already underway. Campaigning and presenting one's views before the American people is most important because the agenda put forward by each candidate should determine how one votes. Any democratic process requires a minimal level of intelligence. One has to understand the issues in order to vote appropriately. Unfortunately, many voters are ill-informed and wallow in stupidity. Emblematically we see displays of stupidity all over our society - especially on social media platforms. In one example of this, a video has gone viral of a social media influencer licking a toilet seat in order to start a "Coronavirus Challenge."

Sunday Thoughts: Men, Could You be Married to a Strong Woman Like Kellyanne Conway?

Kellyanne Conway

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway in a well-publicized event, will depart her position in the Trump administration at the end of the month to focus on family matters. Kellyanne has been a stalwart Trump supporter and an outstanding spokesperson/advisor for President Trump since the beginning. Kellyanne was one of Trump's longest-tenured advisers in a White House known for staffing changes, Conway also established herself as one of his most visible advisors. Conway defended Trump through some of his most controversial and awkward moments. George Conway, the husband of Kellyanne, called the president "evil" and "racist." George's dislike for President is also well-publicized. Claudia Conway, the rebel 15-year-old daughter of Kellyanne and George Conway, made comments denounced her mother's job. This has set