Looks like schism may be in the cards within the Anglican Communion. We should be praying for our sane brothers and sisters in the Episcopal Church and pray for revival there, but in truth, it is probably time for them to leave that apostate church behind.
Glenn Plummer, outgoing chairman of the National Religious Broadcasters, says the Israeli's shouldn't give up even an inch of land. "It is my opinion that Israel needs to hang on to the land that they have and not give it up. If [the Palestinians] want a state, let it be in Jordan," said Plummer. Perhaps since Mr. Plummer will be in need of a job he can be made a special American envoy to help resolve the Israeli-Palestinian dispute.
Hal Lindsey is having a party! He claims that the Sanhedrin (remember those guys!) is getting back in business and a rebuilt temple is just a matter of time. I'm no expert in theology, particularly the complex arcana of dispensational eschatology charts, so I'll just direct you to piece here by a historic premillenialist and another by preterist author Gary DeMar. (See also DeMar's response to a critic.)
Maybe I'm looking in the wrong places, but I've seen very little written about the administration's shenanigans in terms of manipulating the media by handing out federal largesse to sympathetic members of the press corps like Armstrong Williams and Maggie Gallagher. Now I see that a gay prostitute, and apparently a neocon, was cavorting around the White House. Raimondo wants to know who gave "Jeff Gannon" access the press pool and for what purpose?
Clearly part of the scheme was to lob softball questions at a beleaguered White House press secretary facing a barrage of pointed questions about the war and the Bush administration's many scandals. However, the idea was also to debunk and distract attention away from the questions that were beginning to be raised not only about the Plame matter, but also about the series of outright fabrications that represented a great deal of this administration's case for going to war. That case had been made by influential neocons now facing scrutiny from Congress and the Justice Department, and Gannon served as their personal pitbull, going after Wilson and other debunkers of the neocons' war myth.