Harvard Prof. Blames Christianity’s ‘Malignant’ Belief in Afterlife for Lockdown Protests

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  1. dan.w says:

    Wow..I find it interesting that the Dutch picture of earthquake activity ‘looks’ like a giant coronavirus….interesting…then the vaccine cartoon starts off with a huge ‘I AM’…mere coincidence…hmmm.As re;Hah…vard….the left believes prevailing science as the final authority…but who created true science…?The Lord..who is above all.We must challenge and stop the left now..before they gain even a little more power,and we lose the ‘tools’to fight back with…like our constitution,etc.People of faith in Christ..and fellow conservatives/patriots…We need to up our game.Lets kick some tail.The only thing the left,or any evil entity understand is defeat..They respect nothing less.Lets not let them down. P.S. the only Hahvard I enjoy is their pickled beets….num,num.

  2. Dale says:

    If you leave home you are taking some sort of risk. In much of my state of California there is risk even if you stay at home due to the earthquake threat. There is no such thing as living a risk free life.

  3. dan.w says:

    Fear looks for a host to feed on..like a parasite.They both either kill or weaken.The only fear that is truly healthy..is a fear of God.Every day,we walk out the door,’some of us’…and we could possibly not return.God knows all things,so I leave it in His hands.We will all die of something..barring the rapture…but I refuse to die ‘afraid’.What a waste that would be….I’ve said it before..I’ll say it again.Most people in the world are more afraid of dying by a ‘virus’ you need an electron microscope to see….than to die without Jesus.All I know is….if someone flushed the toilet in a 747…I probably wouldn’t hear it….but by gosh,wouldn’t I make the headlines….Man stops 800 lb blue ice cube falling from sky…die’s trying………………………………….

  4. dan.w says:

    You are entirely welcome..You are a BMOC…or,birthday man on card.You share a birthday with my mom.Both are wonderful people.I wish I could remember the year I first heard you on AM radio.You were on Southwest Radio Church ministries with brother Noah Hutchings.I was at a residence painting a house exterior.The customer excuse my expression..’screwed me royal’…but that afternoon I found you being interviewed by brother Noah.It was a life changer..and I’m being modest.Just listening to the program more than made up for the non-payment of painting a whole house,[windows and screens included].I forgave the person by phone and mail…suggesting that they should take the big iron Cross off the front of their house,because they were missrepresenting it.I was kind about it.God has better things in store for me than getting paid.I was and will always be His.You have taught me much and our shared love of prophecy and reaching the lost and connecting today’s headlines to Scripture is terrific.P.S….there was hopefully enough to take ‘the wife’ out for an ice cream cone.God bless you brother John.

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      What a wonderful email! I was very close with Noah. He gave me a start in the ministry and published my books
      and gave me plenty of interviews! I even mentioned him in one of the introductions to a book. I so delighted to
      have a spiritual influence in your life.
      God bless you.

  5. dan.w says:

    Yeah…Your like the twin brother I never had,only your older,Your Irish,I’m,I wish…close…very close…Seriously,you are a very big person in my book,[important wise],and though there are other ministries I visit…there is nothing like yours anywhere.You are a real person who takes time to help us out,answer questions,prays for us,as we do for you…You have a great sense of humor that is terribly lacking now a days.I find your life and life history and story fascinating.You dad was as big as John Wayne in my book.Wow..What a cool guy,full of truth,strength,compassion for his neighbors..and he got saved right at the end.He reminded me of myself when he got that truck driving job out west and his boss asked him if he knew his way around.He was like me in alot of ways.Show him something once,and he had it figured out.I know he was one of your hero’s….He was one of mine too.God answered my prayers for his salvation while he was still here.The apple don’t fall far from the tree.Your a good and Godly man too.Keep up the good work in Christ,Dan.w

  6. dan.w says:

    Brother Noah was a funny man as well.He had a dry wit humor that was great.I believe he said his former boss..Mr.E.F.Webber?…once fired him because he was a green horn..then took him out fishing and gave him the Gospel.Noah had a wonderful way of writing that was both highly intelligent,yet spoke to the common man which made it delightful,easy and educational reading all at the same time.I highly reccommend all his books if you can still get them.His [marginal mysteries] was one of my favorites,as is his take on [Revelation],complete with personal observational notes.I enjoy your writing too my brother.Keep writing…it’s one of your gifts.

    • JohnMcTernan says:

      Thanks for the nice email.
      Noah was a good man of God and this are not the same without him.

  7. dan.w says:

    Even though I never met him personally,we knew each other.No,the world is not the same without him.I ‘met’ you the very same day as him,[radio]…and I’m not letting you get away that easy.We need you here…Lord willing.What a blessing you both are..a ‘tag team’ of sorts…..speaking of wrestling…remember All Star Wrestling…from Around the World!…campy,yes,but what fun.In this corner…Weighing 950 lbs….The monster from space…and in this corner…at 71 oz…..The very capable…….You knew the second guy was pretty much a ham sammich…..or at least looked like one when the monster from space got em. [names changed to protect everyone].