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Welcome to the Twilight Zone. . . Where a MAN Wins “Best Woman of the Year” Award [Bruce Jenner, Glamour Magazine]

So. . . I dropped by Yahoo news this morning and saw this headline “Caitlyn Jenner Stuns in Royal Blue Moscino Gown at the 2015 Women of the Year Awards.”

“A vision in blue! Caitlyn Jenner looked gorgeous at Glamour’s 2015 Women of the Year Awards on Monday, Nov. 9. The I Am Cait star, 66, wore a blue custom Moschino Couture! long-sleeve silk gown with black lapel detail by Jeremy Scott.

Jenner was crowned Glamour’s Woman of the Year at the event. Last year’s honoree was transgender actress Laverne Cox. Fellow awardees included Reese Witherspoon,Misty Copeland, and Victoria Beckham.

“I started thinking, ‘Maybe this is why God put me on earth,’” Jenner, who revealed her new identity on the July cover of Vanity Fair, told Glamour. “This issue has been swept under the rug for so long. I need to tell this story on the highest level you can possibly do it. Not just for me but for this entire community.”

Read the rest of the article here.

You read that right.

A man won an award for “Woman of the Year.”

Yes, I said that Bruce Jenner is a man for those of you who are in denial.

Maybe it’s just the small bubble of sanity that I live in, but in science class I learned that female=XX and male=XY.

Bruce Jenner has two distinct sex chromosomes (XY) which means that he is a male, not a female.

Putting on makeup, wearing women’s clothing, getting plastic surgery, taking on a woman’s name, and changing one’s hairstyle does not and cannot change an XY to an XX. None of these things can change a man’s sex chromosomes and turn him into a woman. It simply cannot be done.

Even if/when Bruce Jenner has his “male parts” removed, he will still be a man. . . just without “male parts.” That’s all. Surgery cannot change an XY into an XX.

Being a woman is not a matter of changing one’s outer appearance and taking hormones. It is a matter of intrinsic inborn biology.

As much as this society exalts science, it’s very hypocritical to see so many people ignore basic biology to support an unscientific idea that a man can become a woman.

A man who believes that he “is trapped in the wrong body” and that he is suppose to be a woman is extremely deceived and unwell spiritually, emotionally, and mentally. Such a person is in need of serious prayer, professional counseling, and salvation through Jesus Christ — not praise, pedestals, and accolades from society.

Bruce Jenner is in a delusional state, and so are those who reinforce his erroneous beliefs by patting him on the back and giving him awards.

If Bruce Jenner had a friend in his corner who loved him with the love of God, they would not enable his self-mutilating beliefs by going along with such a destructive false pretense. They would share the truth with him graciously and encourage him to seek professional help and spiritual deliverance from Jesus Christ.

The best kind of friends to have are individuals who love you and care for you enough to tell you the truth when you are dead-wrong. Friends like this are uncommon, because many people are partial, afraid of rejection, politically correct, and man-pleasers.

It is human nature to not want to offend those who are close to you and potentially lose a relationship with them by sharing the truth. No one wants to be shunned, rejected, and cut off. We all want to be accepted and make others feel accepted, encouraged, and supported.

This is normal. But it becomes a problem when we support someone who is deceived and encourage them to believe in self-mutilating destructive beliefs. “Help” becomes harmful when we sacrifice truth so that we can help someone feel accepted in a delusional fantasy.


Why is Glamour magazine awarding a man for being severely confused and unwell?

Why is the mainstream media praising a man for believing that he is someone who he isn’t?

Why are the “powers that be” jamming this gender-bending anti-science insanity down everyone’s throat?

It is insulting of God Almighty who created us male and female and forbid the tranny homosexual lifestyle which goes against His creative order for men, women, and the family unit.

It is insulting of women, because our God-given natural feminine nature is being diminished, devalued, distorted, and supplanted by confused men.

Women are now being told that men can replace us and redefine us by simply modifying and mutilating their outer appearance and that we must bow down to this madness.

We are being told to lend our social, political, and spiritual support to the legalization of men intruding into private spaces that are reserved for women and girls, and that we are “hateful transphobic bigots” if we don’t.

I don’t support trannies being bullied. But I also don’t support trannies and their sympathizers bullying others into supporting this evil irrational agenda either.

I’m not going along with it. I’m standing with God, His word, and basic biology. If you have a problem with that, I don’t know what to tell you.

It is beyond upsetting to see this society embrace and worship this sexually deranged agenda. I am bracing myself for what comes next.

“and although they know the ordinance of God, that those who practice such things are worthy of death, they not only do the same, but also give hearty approval to those who practice them.” (Romans 1:32)

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him. Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe stands condemned already because they have not believed in the name of God’s one and only Son.” (John 3:16-18)

Note: “Science-phobic” comments will be deleted on sight. 

Did The Name “Israel” Come From Isis-Ra-El? [Kemet]

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1000509261001_2152013861001_History-Coroners-Report-King-Tut-SF-HD-768x432-16x9Over the years, I have observed a rise in the belief that Jesus Christ, the Gospel message, the Old and the New Testament Scriptures, and the Christian Faith derived from ancient mythology and ancient pagan religions.

The purpose of this belief is to disparage and disprove Jesus Christ, the Gospel message, the Old and New Testament Scriptures, and the Christian Faith.

The ultimate goal is to discourage professing Christians from believing in Jesus Christ, the Gospel, and the Holy Scriptures, and lure them away from the Christian Faith.

This belief is promoted online typically by individuals who ascribe to secular humanism, New Age philosophy, occult metaphysics, Neo-Paganism, and various forms of “African spirituality” or Afrocentric Neo-Paganism (especially Kemetism, also referred to as “Kemeticism” or “Neterism”).

The purpose of this article is to refute one of the many misleading assertions that are spread on the internet to advance this idea that Jesus Christ, the Gospel message, the Old and New Testament Scriptures, and the Christian Faith derived from ancient mythology and ancient pagan religions.

This particular assertion states that the name “Israel” derived from a combination of the names “Isis,” “Ra,” and “El.”

Maybe you’ve seen it promoted in images like the one below:

11873538_740873769392754_8484022432474100592_nI’ve actually encountered quite a few people who claimed that the letters “I-s” in Israel came from “Isis” (the name of an ancient Egyptian goddess), and the letters “r-a” in Israel came from “Ra” (the name of an ancient Egyptian false god).

This assertion might sound compelling at first glance, but it’s easily demolished by applying a little logic and critical-thinking skills.

The line of reasoning behind this assertion is that since there’s an “is” in both “Israel” and “Isis” — then these two names must be related to each other, and the name “Israel” must have come from the name “Isis.”

This line of reasoning is flawed for two reasons.

  1. Just because two words contain the letters “i-s,” that doesn’t mean they are related to each other and derived from the name “Isis.”

For example, the name “Mississippi” has an “is” in it. Does this mean that the name “Mississippi” is related to and derived from the name “Isis”? Of course not.

The name “Mississippi” came from the word “Messipi,” which is the French rendering of the Anishinaabe (Ojibwe or Algonquin) name for the river, “Misi-ziibi” (meaning “Great River”).

The word “is” has the letters “i-s” in it as well. Does that mean the word “is” is related to and derived from the name “Isis”? Nope.

If you’ve ever taught or studied Language Arts, then you know that just because two words contain the same letters, that doesn’t mean they are related to each other or that one derived from the other.

2. The name “Isis” is an English word. It is the English rendering of the Greek name “Aisis” which is Greek for “Aset” (the Egyptian name spelling of Isis).

The English name “Isis” obviously didn’t exist at the time of Jacob when God named him named Yisrael. So it is erroneous to state that the ancient Hebrew name “Yisrael” came from an English word when the English language didn’t even exist at that time.

Did The “r-a” in Israel Come From The Name Of The Ancient Egyptian Idol “Ra”?


There is no historical evidence to substantiate the belief that the “r-a” in Israel came from the name “Ra.” Zero proof. None. Zip. Zilch. Nada.

Just because two words contain the letters “ra,” that doesn’t mean they are related to each other or derived from the name “Ra.”

The word “ran” contains the letters “ra.” Does that mean the word “ran” is related to or derived from the name “Ra”? Of course not. The word “ran” is the past tense of the word “run.”

The “ra” in Israel comes from the same primitive root as the “ra” in Sarah’s name — meaning “to contend, have power, contend with, persist, exert oneself, persevere, to prevail, to have power (as a prince).” (Strong’s Hebrew Lexicon H8280)

The “el” in Israel is the shortened form of “elohim” which has multiple meanings depending on the context: “God Almighty, god-like one, mighty one, mighty men, men of rank, mighty heroes, angel, false god, (demons, imaginations), mighty things in nature, strength, power.” (Strong’s Hebrew Lexicon H3478)

The connection between the name “Israel” and ancient Egyptian idols is imaginary and mythical. It doesn’t exist. People are making things up as they go and creating false connections based on a presupposition that the Christian Faith originated from ancient Egyptian mythology.

Followers of Kemet are attempting to cash in on phonetic similarities without philological justifications for it. And based on an English transliteration at that. Kinda New Agey.

The patriarch Jacob and his progeny did live in Egypt. However, God had already named him Yisrael long before he moved to Egypt.

There is some debate over the exact meaning of the name Israel. However, one thing is safe to conclude from both Biblical history and the secular historical record — the name Israel did not come from the names of ancient Egyptian idols.