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December 5 - NSA agent: Everyone under virtual surveillance
Article: One World Government
Did you ever get the feeling you were being
watched? And watched by the government? There's
very good reason to feel that way, says
a whistleblower from the National Security
Agency who says everyone in the U.S. is under
virtual surveillance by federal authorities.
In an interview with RT,
a former mathematician and
code breaker at the NSA, says the FBI records
the emails of nearly all Americans, including
members of Congress, and warns that the
government can use this information against
"The FBI has access to the data collected, which
is basically the emails of virtually everybody
in the country. And the FBI has access to it,"
"All the congressional
members are on the surveillance, too, no one is
excluded. They are all included. So, yes, this
can happen to anyone. If they become a target
for whatever reason - they are targeted by the
government, the government can go in, or the
FBI, or other agencies of the government, they
can go into their database, pull all that data
collected on them over the years, and we analyze
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December 3 - Rob Bell Tells How 'Love Wins' Led to Mars Hill Departure
Article: Emerging Church
pastor Rob Bell, founder of Mars Hill Bible Church in Grandville,
Mich., recently shared how his 2011 book, Love Wins,
led to a fallout with the congregation and
forced him on a "search for a more forgiving faith."
Bell details this search
in a recent interview with The New Yorker, and discusses
his invitation to Christians interested in a
different kind of church, "one that can keep pace with the rising
'waterline of culture.'" "Bell is now loosely aligned with a cohort of
pastors worldwide who are searching for ways to move beyond
old-fashioned worship," Kelefa Sanneh of The New
Yorker wrote in an in-depth, Nov. 26 feature on Bell, entitled "Hell
The main issue discussed
in Bell's recent interview regards Love
Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell, and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever
Lived, in which the former pastor
questioned the existence of hell and the evangelical teaching that only
those who believe in Jesus Christ go to heaven. Bell
received a vast amount of criticism for his book and even lost members
of his Mars Hill Bible Church congregation. The New Yorker writes that
"word went out that a prominent
megachurch leader had rejected Hell, thereby embracing heresy." Critics
accused Bell of being a heretic, a political liberal, and a
Universalist, among other labels.
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