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My Coming to Christ

March 26th, 2020   Submitted by Seth King

Hello everyone,

It must be a surprise to hear from The Daily Anarchist after having been silent for so long. I’ve known for a while that the day would come when it was time to resurrect this old blog for one last message. And I believe that time is now.

I’ve got some things I’d like to tell you all. In fact, I’d like to tell this to all who would listen, but doubly so the people who love liberty.

When I created The Daily Anarchist I was not a Christian. I believed in God, for sure, but had no use for “religion” or “The Bible,” and often ridiculed privately Christianity. A few years ago, however, I became overcome with a severe feeling of dread. Every fiber of my body was telling me that America was soon to be conquered. The New World Order was ready to show its fangs and put to rest the remaining vestiges of freedom in the world. Things were going to get ugly, unlike ever before seen in the world, and I was floored with panic.

Shortly after seeing the writing on the wall, my wife of several years, and lifelong Christian, happened across a Bible prophecy series that she began watching herself. I asked her why she didn’t include me and she replied that she didn’t think I would be interested. A fair assumption, but I’ve always been intrigued by end-times prophecy, which is what the series was about. So, we started from the beginning. Long story short, it blew my mind. Not only had the series explained the Bible and sound Christian doctrine in a way I had never heard before, but it explained clearly, using the Bible, who the Antichrist is, the objectives of said Antichrist, and the end of days is general.

I was fascinated. The problem was I didn’t believe in the Bible. I had picked it up years before and attempted to read it from cover to cover. I made it through about the first three and a half books. Then I stopped. My attitude was that if I could not believe the creation story and the beginning of the universe and all life on planet Earth, then why should I believe the rest of the Bible?

You see, I was raised by secular parents and attended government schools growing up. I was fully steeped in The Big Bang Theory and Darwinian evolution. The clear reading of the Bible talked of an entirely different order to the creation of the Universe and humanity. The two simply could not be reconciled.

So, at the time of my fascination with biblical end-times prophecy, I decided to look into “Creationism.” That is, the science and evidence supporting a young-Earth and recent creation of humanity and all life. I devoured many resources, and continue to do so today. And the conclusion I came to is that the Bible can be trusted from beginning to end, and that science, archaeology, and reason all point strongly to the “Creationist” viewpoint. Shortly thereafter, I surrendered to my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

It wouldn’t be in my nature to simply give my testimony, though. If there’s one thing I really love to do in life, it is to share what I’ve learned with others. So, I’m going to make this one giant mega-post with as much information as possible to get each of you, Lord willing, into the Kingdom.

I’d like to start with making the case for “Creationism.” We can begin by looking to the heavens with an excellent trilogy titled “What You Aren’t Being Told About Astronomy.” The first two parts can be found on Youtube. The third part, unfortunately, has not been uploaded, but can be purchased.

Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzyQbOQ0dv0&t

Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E66409i-yn4

Part 3: https://usstore.creation.com/product/411-astronomy-vol-3-our-crea ted-universe-dvd

Next, I’d like to show you why evolution, in the most popularly understood sense, is wrong.

Evolution’s Achilles’ Heels: https://usstore.creation.com/product/396-evolutions-achilles-heel s-dvd

Next is something on history.

Patterns of Evidence: Exodus: https://usstore.creation.com/product/405-patterns-of-evidence-exo dus-dvd

Those are what I highly recommend starting with. If you enjoy those, there are a plethora of DVD’s on many different subjects.

Explore: https://usstore.creation.com/category/19-dvds?resultsPerPage=1000 00&page=1

Next, I’d like to make the case for why I am a “King James Onlyist.” That is to say, why I believe the King James Bible, and only the King James Bible should be used for Christian doctrine.

Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNv-zzpIwBs&t

Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqBEuxGY7DI&t

Next, a really interesting video which shows how what the vast majority of people believe, including most Christians, is likely wrong.

The Temple Mount: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tzom66XhZ8&t

Next, this is the series which really showed me the Bible in a way I’d never heard it before, and frankly, neither have most Christians. I’m not going to say I agree with every doctrine in this series, but I agree with most. And as the host says, if there is something you disagree with, keep watching. Eat the melon and spit out the seeds.

The Prophecy Code with Doug Batchelor: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYx1tOOUv4Syo7GFfkcEbfqeZP 7cMREvs

Yes, it’s 20 parts.

And last, but definitely not least, this video shows why I believe we are in the very last days.

Bewilderment Survival by Pastor Harold White: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6ElQBt4Uy0&t

That’s it, everyone. There are days and days worth of videos to watch there. I cannot recommend highly enough starting now and watching everything. Nobody knows the day or the hour of Christ’s second coming, but we can know the season. And it feels like the season to me. I don’t know how it will all go down, but if the New World Order keeps choking the economy and debasing the monetary system, this could lead to riots. And riots could lead to gun confiscation. And gun confiscation could lead to a revolution. And a revolution could lead to martial law and the mark of the beast.

I don’t think libertarians, be they minimalists or anarcho-capitalists, are ever going to realize their dreams in this life. Freedom just isn’t popular.

2 Corinthians 3:17 “… where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.”

May those of you already followers of Christ keep the faith, and those of you not yet in the faith, come to find it. God bless you all.

Reparations Perpetuate Government Injustice

July 31st, 2015   Submitted by Joel Valenzuela

ReparationsThe cause of reparations is back in vogue. Self-proclaimed representatives of peoples from around the world are claiming that other races owe them for past injustices, payable in cold hard cash. Justice must be done, no matter how much time has elapsed since the atrocities, or how little, if any, relation people alive today have to the original perpetrators of injustice.

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The Problem with Liberty is Love

July 15th, 2015   Submitted by Davi Barker

LoveThe Liberty Movement is sometimes colloquially called, “The Lovelution,” referring to a popular logo in which the “evol” in “Revolution” is reversed to spell “love.” The image was designed by radio personality Ernest Hancock, popularized by the Ron Paul campaign, and subsequently trademarked (stolen) by Russell Brand. The term even appears in the Urban Dictionary defined as, “The revolution in a society to move towards becoming ideally free.” I had an opportunity to ask Walter Block what he thought of the term and he said, “This was a great publicity device for the Ron Paul campaigns. But, the essence of libertarianism is the non-aggression principle. There’s room in our big tent for hate.” That didn’t really satisfy. When art rises to such prominence it indicates some kind of powerful resonance in the audience. It’s undeniable that love has something to do with liberty. But what? Libertarians are so obsessed with formulating precise definitions that libertarianism is sometimes described as a form of Asperger’s syndrome, or applied autism. Yet, despite the obvious attraction to the term, I’ve found no satisfactory definition for “love.” Let’s try to remedy that.

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Free Cities and Commonwealths: A Bridging Strategy to Freedom

July 8th, 2015   Submitted by Anthony Caprio

FreeCityAs next year’s election cycle draws near perhaps you, like me, are already exhausted (and disgusted) with the political process. There are no interesting ideas circulating on either end of the political spectrum. The average voter has absolutely no influence on the political process. Oligarchy is here and the traditional political process seems pretty pointless. The famous Gilens and Page Study actually provides hard data that what voters want is irrelevant. Special interests alone dictate whether or not a bill passes or a candidate gets into office. So, even if 90% of American citizens want to audit the Federal Reserve it’s not going to happen under the current system. So, if the political process is a game where the individual is set up for failure, then what are the solutions? How do we address problems like crime, crumbling infrastructure, economic growth, and national defense if the political system is not an option? The simple answer is that the market can best address all these issues. The difficult question is how do we go from the era of the nation state to the era of free markets and free individuals?

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How Valuable is a Human Life?

May 27th, 2015   Submitted by Seth King

valueoflifeWe often hear people repeat the platitude that “a human life is priceless.” But how true is that? Maybe in some spiritual sense, where resources and time are infinite, is a human soul also infinitely valuable in the eyes of the creator. But we live in the physical world where time and resources are not infinite. And since resources and time in the real world are not infinite it only follows that the value of an individual life is also not infinite, at least in terms of time and resources. This, then, begs the question: How much is a human life worth?

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Libertarianism for Grownups — 10 things we must realize

May 5th, 2015   Submitted by Roman Skaskiw

Horatius at the bridge

1. The Enlightenment is our foundation.

As I have written before, libertarians are often the unknowing and ungrateful inheritors of the Enlightenment. They take for granted that there SHOULD be justice. It’s beautiful, really, but it doesn’t correspond to the real world.

The big reveal which libertarians experienced, the “red pill” moment which we so often try to communicate is that the state is ultimately violent in everything it does. We say this as if it’s both surprising and disturbing. Let’s be grateful that it often is.

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No True Anarchist

April 6th, 2015   Submitted by Davi Barker

EvolutionToday I received a message through the Contact Page which said simply,

“Anarchy is, by definition, the absence of hierarchy; Capitalism extols hierarchy, so the wedding of the two is nonsensical.”

People send me drivel like this fairly regularly, but there’s been a spike in the last few weeks, so I think it’s time to dispel some rumors about Daily Anarchist, and anarchy generally.

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Nuclear Anarchism Part 4: An Epilogue of Objections

March 24th, 2015   Submitted by Foo Quuxman

Nuke2When I wrote parts 1, 2, and 3 of the Nuclear Anarchism series I expected to receive many comments informing me that I was an idiot for even considering the concept of privately owned nuclear devices. Now that the arguing has died down, this fourth part will address the common objections raised by those responses, as well as any interesting or thoughtful ones.

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The Anarchist Republic of Cospaia

March 11th, 2015   Submitted by Anthony Caprio

AnarFlagThe next time one of your friends says “name one place where Anarcho-Capitalism has been tried,” you can proudly respond “The Republic of Cospaia.” For nearly four hundred years, this tiny republic thrived in central Italy with no government, no rulers, no military, no bureaucracy, and no taxes!

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The Latest Libertarian Shillery for Russia

February 22nd, 2015   Submitted by Roman Skaskiw

Russian crudely doctored photo mh 17THE RATTLE OF SOVIET SKELETONS

Living in Ukraine, particularly since the poorly disguised Russian invasion began last April, has taught me a lot of what the Soviet Union must have been like.

Petty gangsters and vain nobodies are elevated to positions of power and status. When their Russian handlers disapprove of them, they are murdered in the street (like “Batman”), or simply vanish. Some have reappeared in Moscow doing interviews with Russian media.

Early in the Crimean invasion, a Tartar activist, Reshat Ametov, was kidnapped and his body was found covered with signs of torture. He died a painful, horrible death.

Early in the invasion of Donbas, a local, pro-Ukrainian politician, Volodymyr Rybak, was kidnapped and his body found covered with signs of torture. The reason they lead with such savagery is spelled out in Lenin’s infamous 1918 hand-written hanging order: “Do it in such a fashion that for hundreds of kilometres around the people might see, tremble.”

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