Global Warning And Climate Charade


“In 2014, scientists boarded an ice-reinforced ship to sail through the seas of Antarctica to observe the rapid ice and snow melt from global warming/climate change (GWCC).  Rather than cruising through the open water, it became stuck in the ice.[i]  Adding to the irony, two large icebreaking vessels were turned back from rescuing the scientists because of massive ice and snow build up.  Had this voyage succeeded, it would have been heralded as more “indisputable” proof that GWCC is a threat to this planet. Instead, the vessel was stranded in ice and the scientists onboard were rescued by helicopter. …”


Family adopts girl born without limbs: ‘Loving her was what mattered most’


“In a village in the Philippines in 2014, a little girl was born without limbs. At six months old she was placed in an orphanage for children with special needs, where she waited for a family to adopt her.

In October of 2014, when she was nine months old, the Stewart family saw a picture of the little girl and decided to adopt her. It would take months of paperwork and a trip to the Philippines, but a year later, Adrianne and Jason Stewart were bringing little Maria home to join their family of five, including two biological daughters and an adopted son. …”


There is absolutely no scientific debate about when life begins. It begins at conception.


“If we define organismal autonomy to mean freedom from external control, it turns out that we can identify precisely when an embryo satisfies the definition of autonomy: from the very beginning. A recent study published by Marta N. Shahbazi and colleagues from the UK demonstrates that this newly formed cell knows what to do post-conception regardless of whether or not it receives signals from a host uterus. Shahbazi and colleagues demonstrate in their study that a fertilized egg—also known as a zygote, the “product of conception,” the early embryo, or one of many other descriptive terms—is an autonomous living being. This one little cell, with its complete genetic content, can and does begin to divide and to grow, even in an experimental dish in an incubator in the closet space of some unmarked lab. …”


Exclusive: ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ Producer On Knowing Desmond Doss, Working With Mel Gibson

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““Desmond is a role model, a living example for those that profess a Christian faith and practicing it and living it out in a world that is real to us everyday. And that means that to serve your fellow man in whatever way possible, with an unconditional love, putting everybody else first and yourself second. That’s a lesson for us no matter what time in history we are …

My Comments: If “Desmond is a role model,” how come the church he was a member of deviated from said “living example” when the Adventist organization decided to abandon the pro-life principles established by the early Adventist pioneers?


Assisted suicide can be a slow and painful death

assisted suicide poison

“Last week Kaiser Health News published an article promoting a new assisted suicide drug cocktail. The article also explains a few of the horrific details associated with the current assisted suicide drugs.

The first Seconal alternative turned out to be too harsh, burning patients’ mouths and throats, causing some to scream in pain. The second drug mix, used 67 times, has led to deaths that stretched out hours in some patients—and up to 31 hours in one case. …”


Planned Parenthood refuses Trump offer to give up abortions and keep funding

PP Scandal

“Planned Parenthood has declined an offer from President Trump to keep – and possibly increase – its federal funding in exchange for ceasing to commit abortions.

Planned Parenthood claims abortion is “only three percent” of its business. It commits over 300,000 abortions annually. Ninety-four percent of its pregnancy services are abortion.  …”


Adventist Review TV Team Wraps Up Filming of “Animal Encounters 2” in Costa Rica


“André Brink, producer of the series and lover of nature, animals and media technology, said the production team of professionals, who came from South Africa, Germany, the United States, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Colombia and Costa Rica, successfully completed the filming in the Central American country a few days ago. …”


Revealed: embryo develops even outside mom’s womb, destroys the case for abortion


“As Dumitru explains, “This one little cell, with its complete genetic content, can and does begin to divide and to grow, even in an experimental dish in an incubator in the closet space of some unmarked lab. … That means, as we suspected, embryos know what they’re supposed to do to live, and they try to live, whether they’re in their mother or not.” …

“It’s time to own up to the truth. Science has already affirmed what we have long since suspected: we can call them fertilized eggs, zygotes, blastocysts, products of conception, or fetuses, but that doesn’t change reality. And the reality is this: they are autonomous humans from the very beginning.” …”


Weniger Society honors Loma Linda University figures


“Brian Bull, MD, an inventor and former dean of the School of Medicine, and Sigve Tonstad, MD, PhD, MA, a physician and author who maintains an appointment in the School of Religion, were each presented a Weniger Award in a ceremony at the society’s annual meeting on Saturday, Feb. 18, at Loma Linda University Church. …”

My Comment: I have a hard time understanding the way Loma Linda honors the memory of certain individuals. We have honorees like Brian Bull and Sigve Tonstad, whose contribution to Adventist education is undeniable; and others like Edward Allred, who excelled in the serial killing of unborn children. If you have any doubts, watch the following video: .


Meet Noah Wall: ‘The boy without a brain’ talks, counts, and goes to school


“Over time, Noah’s brain grew. By age three, he had 80 percent of a normal brain, and his family continues to work to aid his brain development. His spina bifida has left Noah paralyzed from the chest down, and he required the use of a wheelchair, but that hasn’t slowed him down. Now, Noah is attending school and can even count to 10, and can talk as well as read. ,,,


Science confirms that human life begins at fertilization


““Human development begins at fertilization when a sperm fuses with an oocyte to form a single cell, the zygote. All major external and internal structures are established during the fourth to eighth weeks.”

“Every human being alive today and, as far as is known scientifically, every human being that ever existed, began his or her unique existence in this manner, i.e., as one cell. If this first cell or any subsequent configuration of cells perishes, the individual dies, ceasing to exist in matter as a living being. There are no known exceptions to this rule in the field of human biology.


Salmon Catching Dog

Heritage Singers / “We Are The Reason”

Brazil: Walk on the Christ the Redeemer Statue

Are the Unborn Persons?

If we are the “People of the Book,” Why can’t we get an Answer from the Book”



“Pastor Ted Wilson, the president of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, has been reminding us that we are “the people of the Book.” If this is the case, how come we can’t get an answer dealing with abortion from “the Book?

I and other Adventist prolifers have written to the General Conference more than once asking for the reason our church decided to “lean towards abortion” back in 1970, and why we allowed our Adventist hospitals to offer elective abortions to their patients beginning on that date. The answer I and others received in response to our query was: “Read our Guidelines on Abortion.” …”



BREAKING: Guatemalan gov’t seizes boat providing illegal abortions offshore


“However, the Guatemalan government and its president Jimmy Morales clearly intend to protect the life of its unborn children. Guatemala’s Constitution protects the life of the unborn from conception, and abortions are illegal. When the life of the mother is in danger, doctors are permitted to intervene under the principle of double effect to save her life. …”


Teaching Versus Practice


You are probably aware that the story of Desmond T Doss is being widely viewed thanks to the publication of the “Hacksaw Ridge” film which has captivated the attention of the entire world.

The hero of this dramatic artistic production did faithfully follow the pro-life teachings of the Adventist Church, and he did so under the most trying circumstances. He refused to carry a gun even in self defense, and he managed to save the life of 75 American soldiers.

His actions contrasts with the behavior of the General Conference that authorized in 1970 the offering of elective abortions to their hospital patients. Please, click on the following link and post your comments there:


A Day in Pompeii – Full-length animation

Padres: please tell us the full truth!


““Only one of the babies survived, and she is now a teenager. I love her. I’m glad I have her. But I have agonized over those 10 frozen embryos ever since. Apologists for the Sexual Revolution might say that this man’s guilt is a problem created by the last vestiges of religion. I say that is a crock. He instantly and instinctively knew that something was wrong with freezing his children. …

“My wife and I divorced. I am still struggling over what to do with our frozen embryos. I have met with other priests and counselors. I finally found one who said, “Stop calling them embryos. They are your children.” I knew immediatly that he was right. The priest gave him some genuine relief, by actually addressing the problem, not glossing over it. I don’t know about you, but I feel crazy when someone tells me “it’s ok,” when I know for a fact that it isn’t. The priest gave me an ethical path for what to do for my children. …”