Break out your tinfoil hats boys and girls; this conspiracy has everything. It's got the Illuminati, weather control, Democrats and liberals, and prophetic words from God. Let me introduce you to Mark Taylor the "firefighter prophet." Taylor is a former fireman who retired and made a name for himself by claiming he had a prophetic … Continue reading Democrats, liberals and the Illuminati are sending hurricanes to flip red states to blue.
Hang on kids, I've stumbled onto another candidate for the mark of the beast. With so many conspiracy theories surrounding the number 666 circulating on the internet, is it any wonder that the World Wide Web itself might be considered the mark of the beast? Here's a handy graphic for you that I found on … Continue reading The mark of the beast and the internet
Most Fundagelicals are Dispensationalist. They read the book of Revelation literally and believe there is a planned timetable to the end of the world. Part of the doomsday scenario is the forming of a one world government and a one world religion. Fundagelicals interpret any attempt at nations working together as part of the end-times … Continue reading Why Fundagelicals Fear Peace
In 1976, Christian Life Magazine printed a scary article. In the article, they claimed that a supercomputer that took up an entire three-story building and was self-programmable was designed to track the buying and selling of every person on earth. This supercomputer was called "The Beast" and was located in a building at the headquarters … Continue reading The Beast of Belgium
Satan, rock-n-roll, and liberal Hollywood are three things Fundagelicals love to rant about. I grew up listening to my Southern Baptist preacher warn against the evils of rock-n-roll and attended a private Christian High School that warned about the demons infesting the music industry, movie industry, and Magic 8 Ball industry. Thanks to Right Wing … Continue reading Demons, Rock-n-roll, and Hollywood: A Fundagelical Conspiracy Trifecta!