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The PACs are tools of the interest groups, which help finance the campaigns of the politicians who support the policies of the interest group.
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The seat of first world finance capital is Basel, Switzerland, where theCentral Banks of the Group of Seven (G-7) form the directorate of the Bankfor International Settlements (BIS).
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The Federal Reservehas a long track record of ignoring the interests of these groups and indeedhas been lax in enforcing standards such as the US Community ReinvestmentAct.
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This powerful group, which controlsmost of the transferable money in the world, meets for long sessions on theMonday afternoon of the "Basel weekend." It is here that broader policy issues,such as interest rates, money-supply growth, economic stimulation (orsuppression) , and currency rates are discussed - if not always resolved.
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But the BIS is not a monolithic institution: artfully concealed withinthe shell of an international bank, like a series of Chinese boxes one insideanother, are the real groups and services the central bankers need -- andpay to support.
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Historical and biblical answers to this question about the world's New Year's day. A video of related interest is also available:
When is the Chinese New Year? What are its origins? Should Christians observe it?
suggests that Valentine's Day is good for Christians to observe. Is this true? There is also a YouTube titled A more detailed sermon is available and titled .
Is Mardi Gras Christian? Do you know that in Bolivia the carnival/Mardi Gras time is part of a celebration known as the Devil’s Carnival? Where did it come from? There is also a related YouTube video
When did it originate? What about Ash Wednesday? If you observe them, do you know why? Here is an old, by somewhat related, article in the Spanish language by Dr. Hoeh: Here is a link to a related sermon:
The Book of Esther tells of a holiday called Purim that the Jews use as a celebration over parts of an ancient Persian empire. Some believe that it has modern parallels.
Should non-Catholics observe a Catholic holiday? What did Patrick write and stand for? A related video is also available: How long are three days and three nights? Was Palm Sunday on a Saturday? Did Jesus die on "Good Friday"? Was the resurrection on Sunday? Do you really know? Who determined the date of Easter? (Here is a related link in Spanish/: )
If not, when did this happen? Where did Easter come from? What do scholars and the Bible reveal? Here is a link to a video titled
This is observed in parts of Europe April 30th-May 1st. Though named after a Catholic saint, it tends to be like Halloween.
Millions observe May 13th, but do not realize the truth about what was seen then.
Milvian Bridge Day and St. Jude's day are observed by some on October 28. Yet, do these two events point to a contradiction?
Here are some historical and biblical insight on this question. There are many cultures that have celebrations and observances that are similar to some associated with Halloween. What did the Druids do? Is Halloween one of the most important holidays for Satanists? Do the Japanese, Indians, and Chinese have any practices that are similar to some associated with Halloween? Does the Bible endorse or condemn practices that are associated with Halloween?
When did "All Saints Day" and the "Day of the Dead" begin? "What about All Soul's Day"?
Is this American holiday appropriate? Why or why not? A sermon related to giving thanks is also available: .
December 6th is observed by some in Nicholas' honor. Was he fat or jolly as Santa Claus is portrayed?
cember 8th is observed by Rome for this. But did early Christians observe it?
Originally a Jewish national holiday, has Hanukkah morphed into a Jewish Christmas? Does it hold hidden secrets to prophecy? Here is a related video: .
In Canada there is a '12 days of Christmas' celebration involving Mummers. In Philadelphia, a parade is held on New Years. Does this come from the Bible or where?
Was Jesus born in a below ground cave? Was Jesus born below the "Church of the Nativity"? Were the wise men there?
Was Jesus born then? If not, why December 25? Here is the article translated into Mandarin Chinese .
Is keeping Christmas acceptable for true Christians? What are some scriptures to consider?
Do you know what the Catholic Church says were the original Christian holy days? Was Christmas among them? Is December 25th Jesus' birthday or that of the sun god? Here is a link to a related sermon:
Did biblical era Jews celebrate birthdays? Who originally celebrated birthdays? When did many that profess Christ begin birthday celebrations?
Was Sunday observed by the apostolic and true post-apostolic Christians? Who clearly endorsed Sunday? What relevance is the first or the "eighth" day? A related sermon is also available:
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Most Protestant scholars say Sunday is the Lord's Day, but is that what the Bible teaches?
Was the seventh-day (Saturday) Sabbath observed by the apostolic and post-apostolic Church? Here is a related sermon video .
essentially proving that the biblical Sabbath was Saturday, that the Lord's day in Revelation 1 is not a reference to Sunday, that the Church of Rome implemented Sunday, and that nearly all Protestants followed Rome. Here is a link to a related sermon: .
When did Europeans first keep the Sabbath in North America? Did the pilgrims who arrived on the Mayflower keep Saturday or Sunday?
How should you keep the Sabbath? This is an old article by Raymond Cole, with updated information for the 21st century.
This reformatted Good News article from 1955 discusses Sabbath-keeping in China in the 1800s.
Some have suggested that if God requires Sabbath-keeping He is unreasonable. Is that true? Here is a link to a related article in Mandarin Chinese
This is a free pdf booklet explaining what the Bible and history shows about God's Holy Days and popular holidays. A related sermon is
This paper provides a biblical and historical critique of several articles, including one by the Tkach WCG which states that this should be a local decision. What do the Holy Days mean? Here is a related link in Spanish/: A sermonette in English covers: .
Did Jesus use a calculated calendar? This article addresses this issue that many wonder about.
This is by the late evangelist Raymond McNair and explains a lot about postponements and calculations.
This late evangelist John Ogywn writing explains why the most faithful in the Church of God use the calendar that we do and answers such questions as "Did Jesus Observe the Postponements?"
Many have heard of God's Holy Days and wonder how they are kept in the 21st century. This is an overview article. A related sermon is also available titled: . Here is a link to a related article in Spanish:
Herbert Armstrong answers that question.
How should Christians keep Passover, especially if they are by themselves. Why does the Church of God not require lambs for Passover? How does one keep the Days of Unleavened Bread? . Here is a link to a related article in the Spanish language: .
This article goes into some of why real Christians are to do this. A related sermon is titled .
The Apostle Paul taught that Christians should examine themselves prior to taking Passover. This YouTube video sermon gives suggestions on how to prepare.
Did the early Christians observe Passover? What did Jesus and Paul teach? Why did Jesus die for our sins? There is also a detailed YouTube video available titled .
What was the first Passover plot? Which plots have Islam and the Greco-Roman faiths perpetuated about Passover? A sermon video of related interest is .
This is one of the earliest Christian writings about the Passover. This also includes what Apollinaris wrote on the Passover as well. Here is a related sermon, also titled .
While the real COG observes Passover on the 14th, some observe it on the 15th. Why is the 14th correct? A related sermon is titled
A Serbian COG member, now CCOG elder, sent these recipes for those who would like more ways to prepare unleavened bread. Here is a link to recipes in Spanish: .
What is the night to be much observed? When is it? Why do Jews keep Passover twice and emphasize the wrong date?
Do they have any use or meaning now? What is leaven? This article supplies some biblical answers. Here are two YouTube videos intended to be viewed for the first day of unleavened bread: and .
A message for the seventh-day of unleavened bread. A related sermon is titled:
What does the Bible say about eating unleavened bread for seven days? What has UCG officially said about it?
Many "Christians" somewhat observe Pentecost. Do they know what it means? It is also called the Feast of Harvest, the Feast of Weeks, and the day of firstfruits. What about "speaking in tongues" and led by the Holy Spirit? (Here is a related link in Spanish/: plus one by Herbert Armstrong ). Here is a YouTube sermon titled
. This combines a couple of articles from the 1980s, plus additional scriptures and modern comments about Pentecost. Here is a related sermon: .
The 'Fall' Holy Days come every year in September and/or October on the Roman calendar. Some call them Jewish holidays, but they were kept by Jesus, the apostles, and their early faithful followers. Should you keep them? What does the Bible teach? What do records of church history teach? What does the Bible teach about the Feasts of Trumpets, Atonement, Tabernacles, and the Last Great Day? Here is a link to a related sermon:?
Are they related? Is so how? If not, where not? What does the Feast of Trumpets, which the Jews call Rosh Hashanah, help teach? Related sermon videos include: and . The article has links to hear shofar blasts.
What does the Bible say? What does this festival picture? A related sermon is available: .
The Jews call it Yom Kippur, Christians "The Day of Atonement." Does it have any relevance for Christians today? What is the Jubilee? Is fasting healthy? Here is a link to a sermon: ; here is another sermon: . Here is a link to a related article in the Spanish language: .
How does the Day of Atonement tie into God's plan of salvation? Two sermons of related interest are available and .
Is this pilgrimage holy day still valid? Does it teach anything relevant for today's Christians? What is the Last Great Day? What do these days teach? A related sermon video is .
What is the 'eighth day' of the Feast? What does it help picture? A sermon on this topic is also available: .
Should Christians sojourn? What does the Bible and Feast of Tabernacles teach? A related video sermon is titled .
The Bible teaches that every seven years that the law should be read at the Feast of Tabernacles. This is what I did at the first Feast site were I gave an actual sermon (as opposed to a sermonette) in 2006.
This is information on the Feast of Tabernacles' sites for the in 2018. The Feast in 2018 Services will begin the evening of September 23rd and run through (inc;uding the Last Great Day) October 1st.
This is information on the Feast of Tabernacles' sites the had in 2017.
A video slideshow of people and places for 2017 was produced.
Was Jesus speaking about the 7th or 8th day of the Feast in John 7:37? UCG says the 7th, but what does the Bible teach? This extensive paper reviews UCG's LGD study paper and includes comments as to where it erred.
A brief summary article about God's Holy Days and holidays that others keep.
This is a listing of the biblical holy days through 2024, with their Roman calendar dates. They are really hard to observe if you do not know when they occur :) In the Spanish//Castellano language: . In Mandarin Chinese: .