Category Archives: Holocaust

Does anybody really know what time it is?

In the late Sixties the rock group Chicago recorded a lovely jazz-swing hit. The song asks if people are truly aware of what is happening in the world around them: “As I was walking down the street one day, being pushed and shoved by people trying to beat the clock…People runnin’ everywhere, don’t know where […]

The Changing of the Guards

Two significant Middle Eastern events transpired on June 30, 2012. In Israel former Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir passed away at the age of 96. In Egypt the Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi became the fifth President of the Arab world’s largest country at the age of 60. In the sovereignty of God, these two personalities […]

“He being dead still speaks” – A perspective on the eschatological teaching of Art Katz

The Book of Hebrews describes Abel as a righteous man whose sacrifices were approved of by God (Hebrews 11:4). Though he was murdered by his own brother Cain (who was the first child born on this planet), Abel’s righteous testimony speaks volumes – even after his death. As the blossoming revival known as the Messianic […]

Prophesying the destruction of Zion?

From time to time I am asked to review a book or a musical project. This has occasionally led to some pleasant discoveries. Recently some acquaintances have asked me to analyze and respond to the teachings of Dalton Lifsey’s recent “The Controversy of Zion and the Time of Jacob’s Trouble” (Maskilim Publishing, 2011). The author […]

Bombing Auschwitz

World media is zooming in on the odds of an Israeli bombing attack on Iran’s nuclear weapons factories. Discussions range from electronic counter-measures to potential economic fallout on the world’s oil market. An Islamist bomb in the hands of a jihadi Shi’ite dictatorship is the talk of the town. But demonized leaders bent on destroying […]

Conspiring and plotting on the East River

The planet is slowly turning its gaze to New York City, peering owlishly at a glassy building abutting the East River – the international headquarters of the United Nations. Come the end of September, this stepchild of the League of Nations will be voting on a request by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud al-Abbas (nom de […]

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