The Exorcisms of Latoya Ammons: Demonic Possession or Mass Hysteria? By Cyril Butler, February 4, 2014
Last week the world’s media woke up to the story of Latoya Ammons. This mother of three from Gary, a suburb of Indianapolis, claimed she and her three children became possessed by multiple demons in March 2012. This was to be the start of a long string of sensational claims.
The Indianapolis Star newspaper first reported that her physician Dr. Geoffrey Continue reading →
Release Date: January 16, 1998
Starring: Denzel Washington, John Goodman, Donald Sutherland
Runtime: 120 minutes
Content: Biblical worldview admitting God the creator, but focusing on fallen angels & demons, with some Christian references & some occult references; 49 obscenities & 4 profanities; extensive violence including man gassed in gas chamber, men shot, fights, dead bodies in bathtubs, men killed by lethal injections; no sex; glimpses of nude corpses but no private parts; alcohol use & abuse; drug use; cigarettes laced with poison; and, theological Continue reading →
Samuel Crowther Bishop of the Niger
By Jesse Page (1892)
Chapter I. Africa
FOR centuries the history of Africa has been the mystery and sorrow of the world. Up to a time still fresh in the memory of our grandfathers the map of the Dark Continent of Wealth, gave trouble to the white schoolboy.
Its history is, strange to say, of the oldest and the youngest. Amid the sands of its northern deserts we turn up the relics of civilizations unseen by Joseph and his brethren, while our knowledge of the interior is but the discovery of yesterday. A weird mystery hangs over this marvellous land; we know not whether our next step will reveal the life of a day when the world was in its early spring, and awaken the echoes of a past unknown. Continue reading →