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Karl Marx was not an atheist. A Christian as a young man, something mysterious happened to him in college which led him to state: "I long to take vengeance on the One Who rules from above."

There is no such thing as an atheist. Agnostic,yes..but atheist no. If someone claims to be an atheist he or she has to acknowledge that he is all knowing. That he or she has all the knowledge in the universe to say "There is no God" in essence, would make an atheist a god.


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Recommended Bible Teaching: Europe


From Dictatorship to Democracy: A Conceptual Framework for Liberation by Gene Sharp The booklet that has changed nations!

"Watch this series on the coming New World Order: CODEX"

How to Meet Jesus Christ! The Four Spiritual Laws in your language!

War on the Weak: Video presentation on the pseudo-science "eugenics".

Every human is important. Not because of how the "state" defines what a human is, but because God brings value to the scientifically defined human being. No arms, no legs: Nick Vujicic {Video}

The Roman Age: Francis Schaeffer {Video}

Hippocrates, (460?-380? B.C.) was a well-known ancient physician who practiced medicine on the Greek island of Cos. Long after his death, Hippocrates became the most famous person in ancient medicine.

Hippocrates' fame probably resulted from about 80 anonymously written medical works that became part of the collection of the Library of Alexandria after about 200 B.C. Those writings became linked with Hippocrates and are known by scholars as the Hippocratic corpus. However, none of these "Hippocratic" works can be proved to have been written by Hippocrates.

Hippocrates is often called the father of medicine. This image of him emerged from the writings of Galen, a great physician who lived during the A.D. 100's and 200's. Galen believed that the life and practice of Hippocrates represented all that was good in medicine. For example, a Hippocratic tract called Nature of Man maintained that illness was caused by an imbalance of four different humors (liquids) in the body;blood, black bile, yellow bile, and phlegm. This belief dominated theories of disease until the late 1800's. To Galen, the Hippocratic oath served as a model for the ethical practice of medicine. Today, many graduating medical students still take an oath modeled on this text.

Hippocratic medicine challenged the methods of many physicians who used magic and witchcraft to treat disease. It taught that diseases had natural causes and could therefore be studied and possibly cured according to the workings of nature. Under Hippocratic medicine, a well-trained physician could cure illness with knowledge gained from medical writings or from experience. Modern medicine is still based on this assumption.

Little is known for sure about Hippocrates' life. So-called facts about his birth, medical practice, and death are more attributable to myths or legends than to actual evidence. The earliest known biography of him is Life of Hippocrates, by Soranus, a Roman physician. This work was published about A.D. 100, more than 400 years after Hippocrates' death.


John Scarborough, Ph.D., Professor, History of Pharmacy and Medicine and Classics, University of Wisconsin.

God Who Is There
Francis A. Schaeffer  More Info

Pollution and the Death of Man
Francis A. Schaeffer  More Info

Escape from Reason
Francis A. Schaeffer  More Info

Professor Peikoff makes interesting comparisons! Medical Community etc.

Ominous Parallels
Leonard Peikoff  More Info


The Rise and Decline of Western Culture /Thought



Hippocrates (Medicine and Culture)
Jacques Jouanna  More Info

Hippocrates (Loeb Classical Library No. 147 : Ancient Medicine)
Hippocrene Books  More Info

A Brief History of Medicine: From Hippocrates' Four Humours to Crick and Watson's Double Helix
Paul Strathern  More Info

Hitler or Hippocrates: Medical experiments and euthanasia in the Third Reich
Paul Hoedeman  More Info

Hippocrates Now!: Is Your Doctor Ethical?
Patricia Parsons  More Info

Winter Soldier
Interviews with Viet Nam vets.


Fatal Misconception: The Struggle to Control World Population

Timely Book: A must to read!
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Whatever Happened to the Human Race
C. Everett Koop  More Info

The Failure of Western and Eastern Thought and a Third Way as a solution.

The Dust of Death: The Sixties Counterculture and How It Changed America Forever
OS Guinness  More Info

The War Against Population: The Economics and Ideology of Population Control
Jacqueline Kasun  More Info

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