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Noah – Not a Movie for Christians to Watch

“I don’t think it’s a very religious story. I think it’s a great fable that’s part of so many different religions and spiritual practices. I just think it’s a great story that’s never been on film.” “It’s about environmental apocalypse which is the biggest theme, for me, right now for what’s going on on this […]

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A Closer Look At the Olympics

The world has its full attention turned toward London this summer. The Olympic Games are one of the few events in the modern world that can bring the people and nations of the world together for a couple of weeks every four years. As feuding nations set aside their differences and march together in the […]

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Iranian Situation

Russian troops on the move! Turkey would fight to the last man! United States would back Iran! People talk of another war! Let us try to explain a little of this action of Russian. In order to get a good understanding of the Russian moves, the reader should familiarize himself with the map of the […]

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$275,000,000,000!

“Money”, including various types and their equivalent, was the topic of an article featured in the previous issue of Beacon Lights. We thought we would follow through this time and look at Uncle Sam and “Big Money” It does not seem to alarm people nowadays when they are informed that the National Debt of the […]

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Tottering—-

Tottering—- is der fuehrer.  The man who thought he was destined to rule the world.  This Hitler came to power by hook and crook, force and bloodshed: he did away with all opposition by “blood purges” and thus became the Dictator of the German people.  He was big mouthed: the Germans listened and fell for […]

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Stalingrad

At the time of this writing, Stalingrad has withstood thirty days of constant and destructive siege.  The big question that almost everyone is asking is, “Will the Russians be able to hold the city?” and “How long will they be able to continue in the face of such a terrible assault?” Whether or not Stalingrad […]

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Stalingrad

At the time of this writing, Stalingrad has withstood thirty days of constant and destructive siege. The big question that almost everyone is asking is, “Will the Russians be able to hold the city?” and “How long will they be able to continue in the face of such a terrible assault?” Whether or not Stalingrad […]

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