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  • Comparison of Nations of Islam, Roman Catholic and Protestants

    Observe and draw conclusions from the FIVE CHARTS



    37 Countries with 3,000,000 or more Muslims and represent 40% or more of the population
    Country/Region Muslims Muslim percentage (%) of total population
    Mauritania 4,171,633 100
    Afghanistan 29,047,100 99.8
    Tunisia 11,190,000 99.8
    Iran 74,819,000 99.7
    Morocco 32,381,000 99
    Tajikistan 7,006,000 99.0
    Yemen 24,023,000 99.0
    Iraq 31,108,000 98.9
    Somalia 9,231,000 98.9
    Turkey 74,660,000 98.6
    Azerbaijan 8,795,000 98.4
    Niger 19,502,214 98.3
    Algeria 40,400,000 98.2 - >99
    Template:Country data Palestinian Territories
    Palestinian Territories
    4,298,000 97.5
    Saudi Arabia 25,493,000 97.1
    Sudan 39,027,950 97.0
    Libya 6,325,000 96.6
    Uzbekistan 26,833,000 96.5
    Pakistan 178,000,000 96.4
    Senegal 14,584,931 95.9
    Mali 15,667,704 95
    Jordan 6,397,000 93.8
    Turkmenistan 4,830,000 93.3
    Egypt 73,800,000 90
    Syria 20,895,000 90
    Kyrgyzstan 4,927,000 88.8
    Indonesia 204,847,000 87.2
    Bangladesh 145,607,000 86.3
    Guinea 8,693,000 84.2
    United Arab Emirates 3,577,000 76.0
    Sierra Leone 4,171,000 71.5
    Kazakhstan 8,887,000 70.2 (official census)
    Malaysia 17,139,000 61.4
    Burkina Faso 11,270,000 60.5
    Chad 7,827,653 58
    Nigeria 93,839,000 41-50
    Ivory Coast 7,960,000 40
    Last edited by Lou Newton; February 2, 2017, 06:57 PM.

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    A map of Catholicism by population percentage.

    Japan, China, and India are absent from these observations since the comparisons are between Protestant, Catholic, and Islam for religion and economics and between Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish on the Supreme Court.
    50 Countries with 3,000,000 or more Catholics
    representing more than 20% of the population
    Country Total Population % Catholic Catholic total
    Paraguay 6,800,000 88%[ 5,984,000
    Croatia 4,284,889 86.3% 3,698,000
    Poland 38,496,000 85.8% 33,037,017
    Ireland 4,581,269 83.6% 3,829,940
    Italy 60,800,000 83% 50,474,000
    Philippines 100,000,0009 81.4% 81,400,000
    Mexico 122,000,000 81% 98,820,000
    Portugal 10,500,000 81.0% 8,505,000
    Bolivia 10,500,000 76% 7,980,000
    Peru 31,150,000 76% 23,674,000
    Colombia 48,000,000 75.1% 36,048,000
    Ecuador 15,223,680 74.0% 11,265,523
    Venezuela 30,400,000 73% 22,192,000
    Argentina 41,660,000 71% 29,820,000
    Spain 46,500,000 69.6% 32,364,000
    Burundi 6,370,609 62.1% 3,956,148
    Costa Rica 4,770,000 62% 3,007,620
    Slovakia 5,397,036 62% 3,347,277
    Brazil 205,000,000 61% 125,000,000
    Austria 8,760,000 58.9% 5,160,000
    Belgium 11,200,000 58% 6,500,000
    Dominican Republic 10,400,000 57% 5,928,000
    Chile 18,000,000 55% 9,900,000
    Haiti 10,000,000 54.7% 5,470,000
    France 66,600,000 54%/63-66% 36,000,000-44,000,000
    Cuba 11,163,934 51.7% 5,790,000
    Nicaragua 6,000,000 50% 3,000,000
    Guatemala 15,773,000 47% 7,413,310
    El Salvador 6,704,932 46% 3,084,268
    Honduras 8,800,000 46% 4,048,000
    Rwanda 11,000,000 43.7% 4,807,000
    Uganda 35,000,000 41.9% 14,665,000
    Canada 35,770,000 38.7% 13,843,000
    Angola 18,498,000 38% 7,029,240
    Switzerland 8,300,000 37.9%. 3,146,000
    Hungary 9,877,000 37.2%/53.0% 3,674,244
    Congo, Democratic Republic 77,000,000 36.8% 28,336,000
    South Sudan 10,000,000 30% 3,000,000
    Madagascar 18,040,341 29.5% 5,318,293
    Germany 82,175,684 28.9% 23,761,806
    Malawi 12,158,924 28.4% 3,449,487
    Mozambique 19,406,703 28.4% 4,618,795
    Tanzania 44,929,002 27.2% 12,220,689
    Cameroon 16,380,005 25.6% 4,193,281
    Australia 24,095,876 25.3% 6,096,256
    Netherlands 16,970,000 23.3% 3,943,000
    Kenya 43,500,000 22.1% 9,613,500
    Côte d'Ivoire 23,800,000 21.4% 5,093,000
    Zambia 14,300,000 21% 3,003,000
    United States 320,000,000 20.8% 66,560,000
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    • #3


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      Countries by percentage of Protestants in 2010.

      9 Countries with 3,000,000 or more Protestants
      representing more than 30% of the population
      Country Total Population (year) % Protestant Protestant Total
      Norway 5,200,000 79% -83% 4,160,000 - 4,316,000
      Denmark 5,700,000 77% - 82% 4,389,000 - 4,674,000
      Finland 5,500,000 73% - 80% 4,070,000 - 4,400,000
      South Africa 50,500,000 68% 36,865,000
      Sweden 10,000,000 64% 6,400,000
      United Kingdom 63,181,775 50% 32,000,000
      United States 322,014,853 (2014) 48% 149,736,900
      Australia 22,340,000 (2011) 33% 8,556,220
      Germany 80,219,695 (2011) 30.3% 24,328,100
      Last edited by Lou Newton; February 2, 2017, 06:53 PM.

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      • #4



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        This graph shows the income of the given racial and ethnic groups, in 2014 dollars.[6]
        Gallup gross median household income

        In 2013, Gallup published a list of countries with median household income, based on a self-reported survey of approximately 1000 adults from each country.[1] Using median, rather than mean income, results in a much more accurate picture of the typical income of the middle class since the data will not be skewed by gains and abnormalities in the extreme ends. The figures are in international dollars using purchasing power parity and are based on responses from at least 2,000 adults in each country, with the data aggregated from 2006 to 2012. Below is a list of the top 30 countries. The figures do not take taxes and social contributions into account.
        Rank Country/Territory Gross household income
        in USD PPP[1]
        Gross per-capita income
        in USD PPP[1]
        1Catholic Luxembourg 52,493 18,418
        2 Protestant Norway 51,489 19,308
        3Protestant Sweden 50,514 18,632
        4Protestant Australia 46,555 15,026
        5Protestant Denmark 44,360 18,262
        6Protestant United States 43,585* or 58,997 15,480
        7Catholic Canada 41,280 15,181
        8 none South Korea 40,861 11,350
        9Islam Kuwait 40,854 7,487
        10Catholic Netherlands 38,584 14,450
        11Protestant New Zealand 35,562 12,147
        12Chinese Hong Kong 35,443 9,705
        13Catholic Austria 34,911 12,284
        14Protestant Finland 34,615 15,725
        15Shinto Japan 34,822 10,840
        16Protestant Germany 33,333 14,098
        17Buddhism Taiwan 32,762 6,882
        18Buddhism Singapore 32,360 7,345
        19Protestant United Kingdom 31,617 12,399
        20Catholic Belgium 31,112 12,445
        21Catholic France 30,364 7,847
        22Judaism Israel 26,703 10,189
        23Islam Qatar 26,555 5,117
        24Catholic Ireland 25,969 8,656
        25Catholic Slovenia 25,085 8,048
        26Islam Saudi Arabia 24,980 4,762
        27Islam Bahrain 24,633 4,778
        28 none Czech Republic 22,913 7,821
        29Catholic Spain 21,959 7,284
        30Catholic Italy 20,085 6,874
        * USA income - Other sources claim that median household money income during the 2006-2012 period averaged $53,836, therefore by comparison the Gallup result is underreported and is even below the Census' own figures.A study on the Census income data claims that when correcting for underreporting, U.S. gross median household income was $58,997 between 2006 and 2010.

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        • #5
          So it looks like the Protestants are the clear economic winners. And the Catholics aren't too far behind. Seems like the Jews and Islam is significantlying behind. The Asians seem to make the most money though, but compared to the charts, Christianity tops out on earnings.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by redsoxmaloney View Post
            So it looks like the Protestants are the clear economic winners. And the Catholics aren't too far behind. Seems like the Jews and Islam is significantlying behind. The Asians seem to make the most money though, but compared to the charts, Christianity tops out on earnings.
            The chart you may be referring to is one for people that live in the US. Asian's prosper in the US, but those is SE Asia are much poorer.

            If you read the writing at the bottom of that chart you will see it is data from a US census.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Lou Newton View Post
              Observe and draw conclusions from the FIVE CHARTS



              37 Countries with 3,000,000 or more Muslims and represent 40% or more of the population
              Country/Region Muslims Muslim percentage (%) of total population
              Mauritania 4,171,633 100
              Afghanistan 29,047,100 99.8
              Tunisia 11,190,000 99.8
              Iran 74,819,000 99.7
              Morocco 32,381,000 99
              Tajikistan 7,006,000 99.0
              Yemen 24,023,000 99.0
              Iraq 31,108,000 98.9
              Somalia 9,231,000 98.9
              Turkey 74,660,000 98.6
              Azerbaijan 8,795,000 98.4
              Niger 19,502,214 98.3
              Algeria 40,400,000 98.2 - >99
              Template:Country data Palestinian Territories
              Palestinian Territories
              4,298,000 97.5
              Saudi Arabia 25,493,000 97.1
              Sudan 39,027,950 97.0
              Libya 6,325,000 96.6
              Uzbekistan 26,833,000 96.5
              Pakistan 178,000,000 96.4
              Senegal 14,584,931 95.9
              Mali 15,667,704 95
              Jordan 6,397,000 93.8
              Turkmenistan 4,830,000 93.3
              Egypt 73,800,000 90
              Syria 20,895,000 90
              Kyrgyzstan 4,927,000 88.8
              Indonesia 204,847,000 87.2
              Bangladesh 145,607,000 86.3
              Guinea 8,693,000 84.2
              United Arab Emirates 3,577,000 76.0
              Sierra Leone 4,171,000 71.5
              Kazakhstan 8,887,000 70.2 (official census)
              Malaysia 17,139,000 61.4
              Burkina Faso 11,270,000 60.5
              Chad 7,827,653 58
              Nigeria 93,839,000 41-50
              Ivory Coast 7,960,000 40
              Looking at this chart I can see that most nations of Islam are close to 100% Islam. That is because in these nations it is against the law to practice any other religion other than Islam. The exceptions are nations that were made into one that were an area of Islam that was put with an area that another religion was predominate. In those nations there is constant Jihad being waged against the non Islam apart of that nation.

              This is why Nigeria is constantly in the news where Islamic jihadist are waging terror against the non Islam part of the nation.

              Also if we look at the nations that are predominately Islam we see that these are the nations that are in constant war and strife.

              What are your thoughts ?

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              • #8
                Its dangerous to live near any one that is radical. We are lied to all day and night.

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                • #9
                  I do not know how I failed to mention that these charts were sent to me in an email from Glen from Dallas:

                  Here is another email to add to that same subject. Please read and consider. Then please comment on the charts.

                  Second email from Glen:

                  Ten days ago I sent the email suggesting for you to:

                  Observe and draw conclusions from the FIVE CHARTS.
                  What are the possibilities for the USA?

                  This email is a follow up to that one.

                  Golden Age of Islam and the Supreme Court Justices

                  The Golden Age of Islam was from the 8th century (758) to the 13th century (1258). Islam made academic and artistic advancements while the Christian nations were in the Dark Ages. The crusades ended with a Moslem victory. The Moslem conquest continues to instill the Islamic religious preference for all but Spain and Israel. Why did Islam sink into its own continuing dark age? Today, nearly every dominantly Moslem country is in a dark age. Are the situations in these countries because of Islam, because of economics, or historical events?

                  Without there being any reasonable question, the western world eventually benefited from a biblical worldview which gave rise to the Protestant Reformation and the growth of science in the west. However, other influences might be considered.

                  Arable land has something to do with advancement. Areas with small patches of arable land seemed to depend more on human labor and to be rather late in developing and using technological advancements. This is due to the economics and resources of the number of people required to grow a given amount of food. A world map of arable lands shows the United States with the largest percentage of the Earth’s cultivated land (nearly 10%) with much of it being the greatest concentration of arable land in the world. Once the importance of arable land is realized, it is startling to see a color coded wall map where arable land is represented. No other country is near to rivaling the United States. America’s bread basket and the associated farming technology have enabled the diversion of resources for other purposes. The entire planet has benefited from America’s bread basket – and continues to do so – not just for food but the diverted resources benefiting all mankind. The down side is that more and more of the diverted resources are for evil.

                  Arable land statistics by country – edited and rounded from this site:
                  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Land_u...ics_by_country

                  Dominate Religion Country % of Earth’s Arable Land
                  Protestant Christian United States of America 10 new world
                  Hindu India 9 Asia
                  Tao China 9 Asia
                  Orthodox Christian Russia 7 Europe mainly
                  Catholic Christian Brazil 4 new world
                  Catholic Christian* Canada* 2.7 new world
                  Protestant Christian Australia 2.7 new world
                  Orthodox Christian Ukraine 2 Europe
                  Islam Indonesia 2 Southeast Asia and Oceania.
                  Protestant Christian Nigeria 2 Africa
                  Catholic Christian Argentina 1.6 new world
                  Catholic Christian Mexico 1.5 new world
                  Islam Turkey 1.5 Asia (Middle East)
                  Catholic Christian Philippians 1.3 Southeast Asia
                  Catholic Christian France 1.3 Europe
                  Islam Kazakhstan 1.3 Central Asia
                  Islam Iran 1.3 Asia (Middle East)
                  Islam Pakistan 1.1 Asia (Middle East)
                  All the other nations each have less than 1% of the Earth’s arable lands (about 40%).


                  Percent of Arable Lands by Region

                  Percents are taken from the above chart and do not include counties with less than 1% of the Earth’s arable lands. Therefore, the chart only accounts for about 60% of the arable lands.
                  New world arable lands 22.5%;
                  European arable lands 9.3% with most of it (7%) in European Russia and some in Asian Russia;
                  Asian arable lands 22.8%;
                  African arable lands 2%.
                  When every country is included, even those with less than 1% arable lands, the trends are approximately the same.

                  Percent of Arable Lands by Religion

                  18.0% Hindu and Tao (The arable lands are not nearly as concentrated as in America and are generally small farms.)

                  14.7% to 17.4 % Protestant Christian - *Canada is only slightly more Catholic than Protestant. Most of the arable land is concentrated in a region of Protestant Ontario (concentrated as it is in the USA). On the other hand, it is Quebec and small portions of Nova Scotia which are predominately Catholic. Considering this, 17.4% of the earth’s arable land could be said to be occupied by Protestant peoples or nations.

                  12.4% Catholic Christian – includes Canada. Without Canada it is 9.4%.

                  9.0% Orthodox Christian

                  5.7% Islam and 2% of this is in tropical Indonesia and not the Near East.

                  Conclusions:

                  Ancient Egypt’s millennial long success was dependent upon the cultivation of the lands along the Nile River. Considering the opposite possibility, was Islam eventually stymied as much or more by the amount and diffusion of arable land as by its religion and the power of the west? Maybe?

                  Of interest to believers is how divine superintendence controlled who settled Earth’s arable lands. If you were serious about world and American history you know this story. The people of a particular Christian faith ended up with the best of Earth’s arable lands. People of the Catholic Christian religion did not settle in as fertile lands. My belief is that this is not a coincidence! Will the next “not a coincidence” be the climate change which determines who has the best arable land in the future?

                  Supposition:

                  If the distribution of Earth’s arable lands is evidence of divine superintendence, should it concern us that the make up of the Supreme Court of the United States of America has changed in this generation not to include a Protestant Christian? Could the religion of the Supreme Court justices be like it was when God determined who ended up without as much arable lands and who ended up with the best lands? See site:
                  http://religionnews.com/2016/03/16/h...-in-one-graph/

                  However, even if I cannot see what the angels see, whatever comes, I believe in the divine superintendence of such things. Although, not all of the divine guidance is a blessing on the land (or nation) which I live - sometimes it is divine wrath.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Lou Newton View Post
                    I do not know how I failed to mention that these charts were sent to me in an email from Glen from Dallas:

                    Here is another email to add to that same subject. Please read and consider. Then please comment on the charts.

                    Second email from Glen:

                    Ten days ago I sent the email suggesting for you to:

                    Observe and draw conclusions from the FIVE CHARTS.
                    What are the possibilities for the USA?

                    This email is a follow up to that one.

                    Golden Age of Islam and the Supreme Court Justices

                    The Golden Age of Islam was from the 8th century (758) to the 13th century (1258). Islam made academic and artistic advancements while the Christian nations were in the Dark Ages. The crusades ended with a Moslem victory. The Moslem conquest continues to instill the Islamic religious preference for all but Spain and Israel. Why did Islam sink into its own continuing dark age? Today, nearly every dominantly Moslem country is in a dark age. Are the situations in these countries because of Islam, because of economics, or historical events?

                    Without there being any reasonable question, the western world eventually benefited from a biblical worldview which gave rise to the Protestant Reformation and the growth of science in the west. However, other influences might be considered.

                    Arable land has something to do with advancement. Areas with small patches of arable land seemed to depend more on human labor and to be rather late in developing and using technological advancements. This is due to the economics and resources of the number of people required to grow a given amount of food. A world map of arable lands shows the United States with the largest percentage of the Earth’s cultivated land (nearly 10%) with much of it being the greatest concentration of arable land in the world. Once the importance of arable land is realized, it is startling to see a color coded wall map where arable land is represented. No other country is near to rivaling the United States. America’s bread basket and the associated farming technology have enabled the diversion of resources for other purposes. The entire planet has benefited from America’s bread basket – and continues to do so – not just for food but the diverted resources benefiting all mankind. The down side is that more and more of the diverted resources are for evil.

                    Arable land statistics by country – edited and rounded from this site:
                    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Land_u...ics_by_country

                    Dominate Religion Country % of Earth’s Arable Land
                    Protestant Christian United States of America 10 new world
                    Hindu India 9 Asia
                    Tao China 9 Asia
                    Orthodox Christian Russia 7 Europe mainly
                    Catholic Christian Brazil 4 new world
                    Catholic Christian* Canada* 2.7 new world
                    Protestant Christian Australia 2.7 new world
                    Orthodox Christian Ukraine 2 Europe
                    Islam Indonesia 2 Southeast Asia and Oceania.
                    Protestant Christian Nigeria 2 Africa
                    Catholic Christian Argentina 1.6 new world
                    Catholic Christian Mexico 1.5 new world
                    Islam Turkey 1.5 Asia (Middle East)
                    Catholic Christian Philippians 1.3 Southeast Asia
                    Catholic Christian France 1.3 Europe
                    Islam Kazakhstan 1.3 Central Asia
                    Islam Iran 1.3 Asia (Middle East)
                    Islam Pakistan 1.1 Asia (Middle East)
                    All the other nations each have less than 1% of the Earth’s arable lands (about 40%).


                    Percent of Arable Lands by Region

                    Percents are taken from the above chart and do not include counties with less than 1% of the Earth’s arable lands. Therefore, the chart only accounts for about 60% of the arable lands.
                    New world arable lands 22.5%;
                    European arable lands 9.3% with most of it (7%) in European Russia and some in Asian Russia;
                    Asian arable lands 22.8%;
                    African arable lands 2%.
                    When every country is included, even those with less than 1% arable lands, the trends are approximately the same.

                    Percent of Arable Lands by Religion

                    18.0% Hindu and Tao (The arable lands are not nearly as concentrated as in America and are generally small farms.)

                    14.7% to 17.4 % Protestant Christian - *Canada is only slightly more Catholic than Protestant. Most of the arable land is concentrated in a region of Protestant Ontario (concentrated as it is in the USA). On the other hand, it is Quebec and small portions of Nova Scotia which are predominately Catholic. Considering this, 17.4% of the earth’s arable land could be said to be occupied by Protestant peoples or nations.

                    12.4% Catholic Christian – includes Canada. Without Canada it is 9.4%.

                    9.0% Orthodox Christian

                    5.7% Islam and 2% of this is in tropical Indonesia and not the Near East.

                    Conclusions:

                    Ancient Egypt’s millennial long success was dependent upon the cultivation of the lands along the Nile River. Considering the opposite possibility, was Islam eventually stymied as much or more by the amount and diffusion of arable land as by its religion and the power of the west? Maybe?

                    Of interest to believers is how divine superintendence controlled who settled Earth’s arable lands. If you were serious about world and American history you know this story. The people of a particular Christian faith ended up with the best of Earth’s arable lands. People of the Catholic Christian religion did not settle in as fertile lands. My belief is that this is not a coincidence! Will the next “not a coincidence” be the climate change which determines who has the best arable land in the future?

                    Supposition:

                    If the distribution of Earth’s arable lands is evidence of divine superintendence, should it concern us that the make up of the Supreme Court of the United States of America has changed in this generation not to include a Protestant Christian? Could the religion of the Supreme Court justices be like it was when God determined who ended up without as much arable lands and who ended up with the best lands? See site:
                    http://religionnews.com/2016/03/16/h...-in-one-graph/

                    However, even if I cannot see what the angels see, whatever comes, I believe in the divine superintendence of such things. Although, not all of the divine guidance is a blessing on the land (or nation) which I live - sometimes it is divine wrath.
                    Some excellent and scary thoughts for sure. God certainly controls history, wether people see it or not. The United States may be in for some serious judgement going foward. Even if Trump does something positive, we have a half nation or more of fools ready to dismantle it.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by redsoxmaloney View Post

                      Some excellent and scary thoughts for sure. God certainly controls history, wether people see it or not. The United States may be in for some serious judgement going foward. Even if Trump does something positive, we have a half nation or more of fools ready to dismantle it.
                      How true Tom, but we must all remember that God and ONE man is a majority against the whole world. God does not need numbers to deliver us from evil. We must all keep confessing our sins and keep asking The Lord to deliver us from evil.

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                      • #12
                        Here is another email about this subject from Glen:

                        Thanks. Hope it helps people think and understand.

                        Divine superintendence (or sovereignty) simply means God is in control of who occupies the best land and who serves on the Supreme Court.
                        When I state there aren’t any coincidences in my life it is not about me being important for I am expendable - just as were each of the apostles. Divine justification and redemption is not about me; it is not that God loves me because of me; but it is about the nature and glory of a loving God - just as is justification and redemption. I am a sinner, unholy and untouchable by God except by his act of salvation of washing me guiltless in the blood.

                        Divine superintendence controls every outcome. When Judah was carried away to Babylon both the idol worshipers and the remnant believers ended up as captives - including Daniel, Ezekiel, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego - all experienced the wrath upon Judah. When Jacob’s descendants were led out of bondage in Egypt both the evil and the believers were rescued. However, how many made it to the Promised Land? The wrath of God fell upon all of them. If I had been one of those who died in the Sinai wilderness or on the march to Babylon, what would been my response to God?

                        Divine blessing falls upon the justified and the unjustified. Divine wrath falls upon the justified and the unjustified. We live in a land of violence and sexual perversion. The wrath of God has come upon America, the justified and the unjustified, as he has given us up to our perverse natures. The change in our supreme court is about our sin - perverse natures. The choices we have for president is about our sin - perverse natures. Once upon a time the faithful received the most abundant bread basket in the entire world. Now will climate change take that away?

                        Just as there are not any coincidences in my unimportant, little life (or that of a sparrow), neither are there any coincidences in the past history or future of America. With the eyes of angels one might see the divine superintendence determines all outcomes. Such a perspective is easy when experiencing blessings, but divine wrath reminds us of what we are and from what we have been saved.

                        14 February 2017 old scribe

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