Yes a complete new translation by Bob Barney of the Holy Bible - in the order it is meant to be read - and in the order JESUS read (at least in the Old Testament), with every word of Jesus in RED- including in the OLD TESTAMENT!
(Washington Post) When a revamped highway into Jerusalem fully opens in coming months, it will be just the latest makeover of a road that has served Holy Land travelers for centuries.
Almost as a testament to a path well-trodden, tractors and plows that made way for a new tunnel that is part of the project revealed a Christian village that provided refuge to weary pilgrims making their way into the holy city more than 1,500 years ago.
On Sunday, Israeli archaeologists announced the discovery at the site of a rare cache of Byzantine-era coins. They had lain hidden for some 1,400 years inside the stone walls of an old building in the unearthed village, which archaeologists now believe was called Einbikumakube.
At a time when the Christian presence across the Middle East is diminishing and believers often face persecution, archaeologists in Israel say that more than a third of the roughly 40,000 artifacts found in the country each year are linked in some way to Christianity.
Editor's note: This article was the very first one ever published on The Plain Truth back on December 14th 2007!
By Bob Barney We have war in Afghanistan, war in Iraq, war is maybe coming to Iran, Israel and Syria. It has been this way since before you were even born. Why? After all, we had war in Europe in 1914 and 1940, but not today. War in Japan in the forties, but not in the past fifty years, so why has every decade seen a problem in the Mid-East? Is it Oil? Is it another reason.
In the late 1940's, the USA was the world's largest oil producer. We did not need oil from the middle east, yet war erupted between the newly formed Israel and its Arab allies. The same thing happened again in the fifties, and the sixties and we still really didn't need the Arab's oil. By 1973 we did need their oil and thus today, everyone without a view on history mistakenly assumes that war in the middle east is about oil. IT IS NOT!
This war has nothing to do with oil, or George Bush or even The United States per say; it has everything to do with religion and about God and God's role in world events. This article can be read anytime in the future and there will still be strife in the middle east. The strife ends, according to the Bible ONLYafter Christ returns and not a day before. We realize that we claim to be a news site, and we are, but if there is a God, and it is the God of the Bible and if Jesus Christ is that God of the Bible, then what he has to say is news, is it not?
(London Independent) Christianity is all but dead in war-torn Iraq, according to the so-called British “Vicar of Baghdad”.
Canon Andrew White, who was vicar of the only Anglican church in the country before being pulled out in 2014, said the “time has come” where Christianity “is over” in Iraq.
Mr White, from Kent, was speaking in a Fox News interview as the Iraqi military continues its offensive to drive Isis out of its major Iraqi stronghold Mosul, and after Donald Trump attempted to enforce a travel ban against six Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East and north Africa.
Fox News' anchors and commentators are allegedly feuding after the channel's Trump wiretapping claims, in a scenario that is being described as a 'disaster' and a 'nightmare,' according to one report. The division between the two teams emerged after pundit Judge Andrew Napolitano claimed that Barack Obama used British secret services to wiretap Donald Trump, an insider said. Last week Napolitano said on the channel that 'three intelligence sources have informed Fox News that President Obama went outside the chain of command' and got MI6 to listen in on Trump. That remark, which was subsequently parroted by the White House, infuriated the station's news anchors, insiders told Vanity Fair. Pictured: Fox commentators (l-r, top row) Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly and Tucker Carlson, and its news anchors (l-r, bottom row) Bret Baier, Chris Wallace and Shepard Smith.
OUR GOVERNMENT SPIES ON ALL OF US! The Plain Truth.
The lawyer who founded Judicial Watch and later Freedom Watch, Larry Klayman, has sent a letter to Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., chairman of the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, asking him to look at a whistleblower’s evidence of “systematic illegal surveillance on prominent Americans, again including the chief justice of the Supreme Court, other justices, 156 judges, prominent businessmen such as Donald Trump, and even yours truly.”
Congressman Devin Nunes confirmed Wednesday afternoon that some of President Trump’s personal communications were in fact collected by the Obama administration during the 2016 election.
Earlier in the day, Nunes — the chairman of the House Intelligence Community — said POTUS’ communications might have been included in those reports, yet he adjusted his statement when asked during a media gaggle outside the White House.
“Are you suggesting that Mr. Trump’s communications are in those reports?” a reporter directly asked Nunes. “Second, are you saying you’re concerned enough that this will trigger a different separate investigation, and third, why did you not discuss this with a ranking member before you came to the White House?”
The 'lone wolf' jihadist, described by witnesses as 'Asian and in his forties', has not been named by police while investigations continue into any possible associates. But, giving a statement in the Commons today, Prime Minister Theresa May said the man was a British citizen who was known to the police and security services. He had been investigated some years ago over violent extremism. Mrs May said he was a 'peripheral' figure, adding: 'He was not part of the current intelligence picture.' Her statement came after armed police arrested eight people and raided six properties in London and Birmingham (left and top right), where three people were detained in a flat thought to gave been lived in by the killer (bottom right).
Gestapo like police are out of hand in America Today.
Religious liberty in America, assured by the Constitution, became a battleground under President Obama when he tried to force nuns to pay for abortion drugs, insisted America wasn’t really a Christian nation and fined Christians for practicing their faith.
While President Trump has vowed to restore and protect religious rights, some of the Obama-era cases aren’t over, including the one brought by Mary Ann Sause after police officers ordered her to stop praying in her home.
As WND reported, Sause alleges officers came to her door, demanded entry, intimidated her, told her to stop praying and made fun of her.
The Louisberg, Kansas, resident initially fought the officers on her own, without success. But since then, the First Liberty Institute has joined the dispute on behalf of the retired Catholic nurse on disability.
Ton Buechner, chief executive officer of Akzo Nobel NV, gestures as he speaks during an interview at the company's headquarters in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017. Buechner is eschewing the splashy mega-deals that are transforming U.S. competitors such as Sherwin-Williams Co. and Dow Chemical Co. in favor of discipline and smaller operational changes. Photographer: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg
Dutch paints and specialty chemicals group Akzo Nobel rejected a second offer by PPG, saying it significantly undervalued the company and carried significant uncertainty and risks.
Akzo Nobel itself wants to separate its specialty chemicals business and concentrate on paints, also the focus of PPG. Akzo Nobel says that there were a lot of execution risks and anti-trust issues connected to any PPG deal and expected substantial divestures and significant job cuts.
“We are convinced that AkzoNobel is best placed to unlock the value within our company ourselves. We are executing our plan, including the creation of two focused businesses and new cost structure, and believe this gives us a strong platform for continued profitability and long term value creation for all our stakeholders with substantially less execution risks.” Akzo Nobel CEO Ton Büchner said in a statement. MORE
Sometime ago I listened to a very charismatic and famous personality talking about an extra ordinarily popular doctrine in contemporary Christian circles. He related to the interviewer that at any moment he and many others will be raptured away and the world would then be plunged in a tribulation for seven years.
After the commercial break, he went on to relate that Jesus would come and there would be a Millennium of peace here on planet earth. I wondered to myself, 'how do you reconcile the two?' I thoroughly searched the Bible, but could not find such a scenario.
Some further research led me to the source of such a teaching. Amazingly, it was developed some five hundred years ago, long after the Bible was written. There was a specific purpose for its formulation and proclamation. Needless to say, it has achieved its goal with resounding success.
Fortunately, Jesus Christ had warned against such falsehood some two thousand years ago. Learn more.