Wednesday, November 15, 2017


I am posting this SoundCloud podcast series. Obviously. Perhaps it is a bookmark for myself. Perhaps it will find other men who are seeking specific Christian edification through conference speakers they were not able to attend in person.

I cannot recommend this series enough.

May the God who answers by fire bless you with His reality in your life!

"Then you call on the name of your god, and I will call on the name of the LORD, and the God who answers by fire, He is God." And all the people said, "That is a good idea."
1 Kings 18:24 NASB

Friday, June 23, 2017


You have just entered... the Page Load Latency Zone !!!

What, pray tell, is that, you may ask (or may not)? It is the common but annoying tendency for Google Blogger to take way too many seconds to load a new page. Sheesh!

Got time to visit someone else's blog while you wait???...

Well, now that I have that off my chest, on to bigger and better things!

Thursday, February 16, 2017


Worldview Mirror will perhaps be a successor blog to this one. It is a rudimentary (free) website through WordPress. The blog you are now reading began here. Perhaps this will be my last post for a while at Worldview Window.

See you there!

Saturday, February 4, 2017


Now, before anyone goes "postal" (a dated reference to a mass shooting by a disgruntled employee at a USPS facility), I want to air out or vent a concern I have about my mental health (no, really), after having worked at several call centers over the past few years.

I have heard about studies showing the deleterious effects of long-term exposure to computer screens, or television screens for that matter, upon the eyes and brain. It purportedly "rewires" our brains to think differently in ways that are counterintuitive if not stupid.

Which explains why "unplugging" is such a healthy recreational activity for the well-connected. So, as soon as I finish this blog post, I will obligingly sign off and resume recreational activity number one: YouTube!

Thanks for visiting.

Friday, February 3, 2017


Well, I just wanted to start this test post on my Blogger app with a catchy title right off the bat, so that you would continue reading the content long enough for me to think of something more profound to blog about than some misguided "test post" rambling, such as you are reading right now.

You do realize that entire previous paragraph was one long sentence, don't you? Of course, I have to question the technicality of whether a paragraph comprised of one sentence is actually a paragraph. But I digress.

There! Three paragraphs. I have no image here yet. I need to figure out how to do that with the aforementioned Blogger app.

Until then, thanks for visiting!

Monday, January 30, 2017


I framed the title of today's post as a question, to intentionally make you think...


This was the way Adolf Hitler and members of his regime framed their national situation at the time: how to remedy the long-term negative consequences of having Jewish (and other ethnic) citizens and residents of Nazi Germany, many of whom were seen as a growing threat to the economic and national welfare of the country.

Suffice it to say, there must have been some very real and serious circumstances arising, that seemed intolerable to the vast majority of German citizens, to the point of compelling them to elect one Adolf Hitler to the helm of supreme ruler of the Third Reich, under the guise of national reform and economic recovery.

Real, serious, and intolerable circumstances are what propelled Nazi Germany from its imminent economic destruction to a nationalistic hope for a much better future, with Hitler and his reforms guiding the Ship of State's course and direction.


How wrong and misguided Hitler's optimism was indeed! "The Final Solution" was anything but. It was a horrible one. It solved nothing.

In terms of disclosure, let me just say:
  • I grew up hearing and seeing evidence for the "Holocaust" in Nazi Germany. The term was coined much later.
  • I accepted the number of six million Jews murdered as fact, although many today think the real number is far less. 
  • I saw the Biblical benefits for a new state of Israel as being a necessary piece of the global puzzle of geopolitical relationships, and a blessed assurance that Jesus was coming soon!

I also learned that we, along with previous generations dating back to the First Century, are living in the "last days," or the end times. The clock of world history had been synchronized with the birth of the modern state of Israel, and we are now on a prophetic "Doomsday Clock" countdown...

Has the countdown really begun? I do not think so.


My theological "end times" persuasion, or eschatology (the study of last things) has shifted recently to a preterist view of Bible prophecy. This means that Holy Spirit-predicted events to come upon the earth have already been fulfilled. In the opinion of a small minority of Christians, the end of the world is no longer in our future, as Gary Demar would say.

Therefore, I am no longer encumbered by the baggage of eschatological futurism, which seems to endow every succeeding generation with the dubious distinction of being the last generation in world history before Christ returns. Besides that, we Christian "inquiring minds" want to know who the Antichrist is!

Rightly so. But more importantly, are we living in the end times?

I say no. I also resist the temptation to join the endless procession of "this generation" enthusiasts who get their predictions handed back to them when, alas, Christ did not show up... AGAIN!!! 

It is much simpler to think the Lord Jesus Christ did come back in 70 A.D., with the destruction of Jerusalem by the Roman armies, and thus fulfilling all Bible prophecies concerning the future, at that time.


My theological journey has recently included an unexpected turn, namely, my self-education on the long-term international threat from political Zionism, and its villainous role in international finance, war, and overthrow of sovereign governments for a greater, imperialistic agenda under the guise of Biblical prophetic fulfillment.

Yes, God permitted the modern state of Israel to be created. However, if Christ does return in my future, then please accept my sincerest apologies for misrepresenting His plan!


Which brings me to my premise:
  • I believe the modern state of Israel is simply not the romantic ideal, the "apple" of God's Eye, that we find in the Holy Bible! 
  • This is not to be confused with the Biblical Nation of Israel, whom God powerfully led out of Egyptian slavery, misery, and destruction in the Old Testament. 
  • Some of them God ultimately led to their real, spiritual destiny of eternal life in Christ, the true Israel of God, which is the result of receiving this free gift through His Son Jesus Christ. Anyone who believes the gospel and trusts Christ will be saved.

It is my opinion that modern Israel is a geopolitical invention of man, which was produced through military invasions and state-sponsored terrorism against the rightful residents of Palestine, namely, the Palestinians.

Now don't get me wrong. We must, by the grace of God, reckon with the existence of a man-made Israel, for better or worse, with all of its attendant difficulties (mostly self-induced, due to its barbaric founding and continued brutality against certain natives of Arab descent). Nevertheless, God will use this for His glory!


Here is a lecture video by one of the foremost proponents of the view that Palestinian terrorism is the direct result of military and political invasion of the Land of Palestine by Zionist Jews (not the garden variety peace-lovers), and by others, backed by financial resources from the Rothschild banking cartel (to the best of my knowledge), capable of supporting such an arduous and horrific process, designed for greater power and profit.

"As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good in order to bring about this present result, to preserve many people alive.(Genesis 50:20 NASB)

I do not know if this Scripture applies here. But I know it applied to the early days of Old Testament Israel. Peace and blessings to you.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017


How NEW can you get?

Well, the present blog (i.e., "WORLDVIEW WINDOW") cannot be called "new" since it is more than 12 years old! But it does have a new feeling of sorts now that I've spent some time going over and tweaking some template stuff, and am liking the result so far.

How about the reader? What say you? What do you like or do not like about this blog? Too many questions? Not enough focus? Too rambling? No theme? Just random?

Anyone? Anyone?

Friday, May 6, 2016


In the interest of somehow preserving my sanity, along with any remnants of rationality, after suffering a discouraging decline in productivity at work, I say... BLOG!

Maybe I should stop working at a computer screen/cubicle and start working in a warehouse... again!

If only I could. I'm fifty-three years old and not in the best shape. But how?

Your feedback is greatly appreciated, if not followed. Thanks.

Sunday, February 7, 2016


Blogging is the art of textually and graphically waxing eloquent upon a given theme or subject which interests the author, who is hopefully a self-absorbed, narcissistic, trend-watching information/news junkie/warrior (like me, for example). This activity is usually best accomplished by using the (free) resources at your disposal (like Blogger), and thereby publishing the aforementioned diatribe on the Internet for universal access and perusal in what is known as the "blogosphere."

It should also prove helpful that you attempt subtle (or blatantly humorous) puns and/or turns of phrases now and then, which will hopefully bring a smile to your reader's face. See? Well, anyway...

"One more thing," saith Steve Jobs. Blogging is a high-tech attempt to penetrate the quiet desperation of solitude among far-flung netizens around the globe. But I digress.

Well, thanks for visiting my weblog (blogging website), and for indulging in this bandwidth-eating exercise which showcases nothing worthy of column inches elsewhere. I do appreciate your patronage.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: If you feel you have reached this blog in error, please deposit a quarter for the next 10 megabytes, and try your surfing skills one more time!]

Friday, November 27, 2015


Bless me, Father, for I have...  

not blogged in six months!!!

So goes my (formerly) Roman Catholic confession of blogospheric negligence. I am guilty as charged, and fully prepared to do penance right now. So today, I have decided to post about my recent excursions into preterism, also known as "fulfilled" or "covenant eschatology."

Why would I pursue so lofty a goal as understanding the Second Coming of Christ (with other various and sundry "last things" to be studied) you may ask? I am glad you asked. I really am.

Yesterday, I discovered an excellent series of YouTube videos on the subject of the "last days" published on the Heart of the Matter channel. My favorite preterist/evangelist for Christ, Dr Don Preston, has once again proven his genuine mettle for leading the charge against evangelical far-sightedness (futurism) in eschatology, or the study of last things. A great topic for our times, right? Always.

Suffice it to say, after having watched this debate and lecture series from Dr Preston in its entirety, I feel more confident than ever in the Bible. But more importantly, it has reinforced my persuasion toward the preterist viewpoint -- not as a replacement for the historic Christian faith, but as a supplement to it. Perhaps another Reformation is in order.

All good Christians want reformation, right? Of course we do! The hardest part of admitting to this is coming to grips with our own personal need for it. Ouch! Not always fun, but always beneficial. I hope to spark a micro-Reformation of sorts with this particular blog post, as part of a greater Reformation already happening, Lord willing.

That reformation should include eschatology, in my opinion.