The August 31 Journal is coming off the presses. Among the features:
* The Big Sandy UCG congregation has turned over its facilities from local ownership to denominational control after a hastily convened meeting.
* A feature article on Harry Sneider, former AC faculty member, trainer and onetime mentor to chess grandmaster Bobby Fischer.
* Wise words from Reg Killingley who suggests that, if you root for a political candidate, you've "already voted for him in your heart" (him? a non-inclusive slip that surely needs de-gendering in light of the campaigns run by Hilary Clinton and Sarah Palin), and provides much needed balance on the recent election.
* Another blast from Dennis Diehl, whose writing style is unmistakably different from any other Journal contributor.
* Assorted FOT reports.
* A seemingly scholarly article by Ron Moseley, a graduate from Oxford Graduate School and a Fellow and Scholar of the Oxford Society of Scholars. Sounds impressive, but considering the blatantly apologetic quality of the writing I googled the guy and found that Oxford Graduate School isn't associated with Oxford University but is located in Dayton, Tennessee. Moseley now runs his own school which is, according to its website "accredited and in good standing with a religious accreditation commsion [sic]".
* Ken Westby warns about "the prophecy pit," and pushes Journal readers up the learning curve with references to Montanus the Phrygian prophet. I guess you could say, in terms of Journal essays, Ken has gone "the full Monty."
* AW gets a mention in the Notes & Quotes section for a couple of recent polls.
You'll also be relieved to know that Willie Dankenbring has issued a prophecy update complete with prophetic algorithms! Prepare to be stunned!
Cool, huh! But wait, there's more...
You'll find that it the Connections section. As they say on the MasterCard ads: priceless!
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