Friday, March 17, 2006


A few items from the past week for faithful CRIB readers.

Hidden tunnels & rooms from first century Israel found
Archaeologists said Monday they have uncovered underground chambers and tunnels constructed in northern Israel by Jews for hiding from the Romans during their revolt in 66-70 CE.

The Jews laid in supplies and were preparing to hide from the Romans, the experts said. The pits, which are connected to each other by short tunnels, would have served as a concealed subterranean home.
I love this stuff.

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Brezhnev hatched plot to kill Pope
Ever since Mehmet Ali Agca, a Turkish gunman, shot the late Pope John Paul II on May 13, 1981 in St Peter's Square in Rome, investigators have tried to solve one of the 20th century's greatest mysteries: did Agca act alone or was he obeying communist orders?

This week an Italian parliamentary commission will officially conclude that Agca was part of a huge conspiracy masterminded by the GRU, the Soviet military secret service, on the orders of the politburo and Leonid Brezhnev, general secretary of the Communist party.
I thought everyone knew the Soviets were behind the attack? Who did they think was behind it? Certainly not Moslems!

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Church arsonists tied to Satanism
[One of the three suspects] wrote to [another suspect] last summer, as the two planned a road trip: "Let us defy the very morals of society instilled upon us by our parents, our relatives and of course Jesus."

About the same time, [two suspects] started dabbling in the occult, according to a report by Religion News Service. They told friends they were Satanists on a hunt for knowledge.
And MSM, the publishing, and entertainment industries say they're not complicite in the increase in this garbage.

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UPDATE: Church Arson Suspects get bail - FOX/U. S. News
Three college students accused of setting fire to a string of rural churches were granted release on bail by a federal judge but they will remain in custody because of new arrest warrants issued by the state.
What a waste of youth ... but seriously, there but for the grace of God go I.

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Math professor wins coveted religion award - NYT
Continuing a recent trend in which the world's richest religion prize has gone to scientists, John D. Barrow, a British cosmologist whose work has explored the relationship between life and the laws of physics, was named the winner yesterday of the 2006 Templeton Prize for progress or research in spiritual matters.
The redefinition of the traditional religious lexicon continues under the guise of tolerance, compassion, diversity, and PC (political c__p).

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Religious broadcaster gets rich with second book - NYT
Multimillion-dollar book deals are usually the realm of presidents, popes and Federal Reserve chairmen... .

Add to that list Joel Osteen, the pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston, one of the nation's largest congregations, and the author of "Your Best Life Now: 7 Steps to Living at Your Full Potential."

...Osteen, a tele[evangelist], has signed a book deal with Free Press, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, that publishing insiders say is potentially one of the richest for a nonfiction book and could bring the author more than $10 million.
I don't know what the hoopla is all about, it's just another gospel!
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X-rated 'children's' books outrage students' parents
Parents across the nation are taking action against both school districts and libraries that feature books, some of them required reading, that include sexual issues and obscenity many believe are inappropriate for school children.

In Overland Park, Kan., parents have organized to protest the inclusion of obscene books on children's assigned reading lists in the Blue Valley School District. The parents took action after a few of them researched the books kids were being asked to read.

"[My son] is a 14-year-old freshman boy, and [the book] had references to oral sex and homosexuality. … I thought it was a mistake!" Janet Harmon, one of the Blue Valley parents, told activist group Concerned Women for America.

The Kansas parents eventually started a website,, designed to inform parents about the contents of their children's reading material and about how to get involved to make changes.
Liberals, educators, and librarians are will to sacrifice your children on the altar of licentiousness and a misunderstanding of liberty and censorship.

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HT: Christian Headlines

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