By Don Elmore
June 19, 2011
The June 11, 2011 Saturday Enquirer had another story about the “Answers in Genesis’” new park in nearby Grant County, Kentucky. The headline was: Ark Work Could Start Soon; with the secondary headline being: Tax rebates pave way for $172M attraction. It was on page one, right at the top of the first page; and it continued on to page A12.
One wonders why this organization gets such good promotions from the newspaper. And this story is not unique; there have been many stories about “Answers in Genesis” throughout the years. Many of them, front page stories!
I remember when they only had a book and cassette tape room in a very small space in a small strip mall, located at their headquarters in Florence, Kentucky. In around twenty years they have built a Museum (worth over $30 Million and totally paid for) and now plan to build a $172 Million park with full-size replica of Noah’s Ark, a Walled City with retail, food and themed venues, a children’s play area, a Tower of Babel with a special-effects theater and a Noah’s Animals area with a petting zoo. Other exhibits include a Journey Through History themed attraction, a First-Century Village, an aviary and a special-events area for large gatherings. Both of these attractions are/will be in northern Kentucky.
by Pastor Mark Downey
April 14, 2013
Scripture Reading: Nehemiah 10:28-30
Christian Identity has restored one of the most prevalent issues found in the Word of God and that is the subject of race. However, in an attempt to bring forward the righteous corrections of faulty teachings, it is somewhat like revisionist historians dealing with the holocaust industry. Christian Identity does not enjoy the glut monopoly of merchandising information as does the establishment religions and media, although we do have a gift of discernment and an unwavering love for truth wherever it may lead. What we have been told about race in the Bible has been an unmitigated fraud to destroy us. What the Bible actually says about race will preserve us. We are like David standing up against Goliath having a wealth of encyclopedic facts to sanction the mixing of the races. This has been accomplished over a long period of time by contaminating the historical record and the Bible itself with disinformation.
by Pastor Don Elmore
April 7, 2013
Scripture Reading: Matthew 27:20-27
This week the Supreme Court held opinions on the issue about same-sex marriages. There are nine (9) states out of fifty (50) so far that have made it legal; and the Supreme Court is to decide if this is constitutional and if the federal government can grant the national benefits of marriage to the sodomites.
The Supreme Court consists of 6 Roman Catholics and 3 Jews; 6 men and 3 women. What! No Protestants! No Bible believers! Some women? Prior to our Constitution, every one of the 13 State Charters forbid all Roman Catholic and Jewish members from holding any office which would include any office in the Supreme Court or even voting in any election--only white Christian men, and not all of them!
Three of the Supreme Court Judges are women. They couldn’t hold a state office or even vote after the Constitution was made valid; that is during the first 131 years of the nation's existence. Women, in the United States, gained the right to vote in 1920; after many years of meetings, debates and struggles which finally led to an affirmative vote. There has been more years in our country when women could not hold office or vote that when they could; 131 to 93! What was the difference--we were more Christian back then and more jewish now. We were free back then and are jewish Communists now.
by Pastor Mark Downey
March 24, 2013
Scripture Reading: Revelation 2:14
The baby boomer generation, if they were raised in Christian homes, were taught “Thou shalt not kill,” “Thou shalt not steal,” “Thou shalt not bear false witness,” but ‘Thou shalt not race mix” was nowhere to be found in the Ten Commandments, even though it’s right there. In the 1950’s racial matters were taking on a new perspective from influential jews. It was a given at that time that God made White people distinct from all the other races of the earth and that He separated us by kind and geography. The jews had to influence the pulpits of America to influence the people into a new way of looking at other races. That influence was egalitarian, meaning racial equality and “Love thy neighbor” took on a whole new dimension by redefining biblical terms that pertained only to Israel, the people of the Bible.
The conceptual contrast can be seen between our own Bible and the jewish Talmud. Lev. 19:18 says, “Thou shalt not avenge, nor bear a grudge against the children of thy people, but shall love your neighbor as yourself.” The context is racial i.e. “Thy people.” The jewish Tanach, on the other hand translates it quite differently, “You shall not take vengeance or bear a grudge against your countrymen, love your fellow as yourself.” The context is now geographical and eliminates “neighbor” as your own kind.
The divinity of Jesus Christ is hated by the jews, because His genealogy, back to the first White man, Adam, was a seedline of racial purity. The genealogy of jews is an ancestry of mingled seed whether it is traced as far back as Cain or to Esau or to Eastern European Ashkenazi jews, whom 95% of jewry are connected to and come from the Turko-Mongol Khazars of the 9th Century AD.
By Sandi B.
I was born and raised a missionary kid (MK), but I never allowed myself to really think about it until last year (when I was 54 years old) — believe it or not. That’s because we were told from as early as I can remember that we must not do or say anything that would reflect negatively on Dad. I was not sure I could honestly look at my life without dishonoring my Dad or God…. When I let myself think, it was like a dam broke….
On October 6, 1953 a little baby girl was born to the Nelson family in Malaybalay, Bukidnon, Philippines. That was me. I was one of five children. As a baby I had bad colic and cried for the first three months — so I was often placed in another room at the other end of the house to cry by myself, or the house girls (maids) would put me on their backs while they skated our wooden floor with their feet on coconut shells, which gave the floor a beautiful shine and kept me quiet at the same time. Once the colic passed, I became a very outgoing, happy little girl.
I grew up in a simple, rural settling way out in the province — sort of like Little House on the Prairie gone native. My parents were a doctor and nurse medical team. We lived on a compound of missionaries who all worked at my Dad’s hospital or in the area doing other things. Of course, all my friends were the children of the other missionaries on the compound.
by Pastor Don Elmore
December 18, 2011
You had to hear of the story of the interracial couple who met at Georgetown College which is located about six miles north of Lexington, Kentucky. The young woman is white and 24, who is from Pike County, Kentucky; the young man is black and 28, who is from Zimbabwe, Africa. The woman is now working on her master’s degree in Indiana, while her finance is now working at Georgetown College.
When the two go to visit the girl’s parents in Pike County, Kentucky (a rural area), they visit the church that her parents have gone to for most of their lives—a Free Will Baptist Church. Her mother a former Sunday school teacher; her father a former deacon and present church secretary. They did so last summer and they participated in the service musically by her playing the piano and by his singing a hymn.
After the service, the pastor, who retired after the incident and is still a member of the church, told both of them they could no longer participate in the church service or even become members. That was last June; by November 27th the church voted 9-6 to outlaw all interracial couples from participating in church except for funerals.
There is an interesting quote of the mother of the daughter, who is soon (next summer) going to be the mother of the daughter who had committed the abominable sin of miscegenation: “They are both Christians and they both try to live a Christian life and serve God. There is nothing in the Bible that we have found that tells us that that the couple should not be married.” I wonder how hard they have looked.