Man Just Sent Dire Warning To Christians About ‘Greatest Threat In History’ – It’s Not What You’d Expect

The executions of Christians by ISIS in the Middle East and religious liberty issues in the United States may concern believers, but one Christian leader said there is something far more threatening to faith in America.

It’s pornography, according to Christian apologist Josh McDowell. McDowell talked about the rise of porn in an podcast interview on The Church Boys.

McDowell said the fate of this country’s faith is dependent on pastors and their reaction to this topic.

“If pastors don’t wake up and Christian leaders…[and] do something – and I mean radical, then the devastating consequences [for] our children will be upon the shoulders and conscience of those pastors,” he said.

McDowell said porn has been given more exposure in the United States because of new technology. He warned that porn addiction will get worse as virtual reality products gain momentum in the marketplace. He said that virtual reality will give rise to more porn use and subsequent addiction.

“We haven’t seen anything yet,” McDowell said.

The apologist said he began to notice a rift in society several years ago, but didn’t know what was causing it. All he could see is that the rift was “effecting belief systems [and] behaviors.”

“Normally I can pin it right away,” McDowell said, adding that he couldn’t figure this out. “So, I started studying. Oh, did I have a wide awakening: it was pervasive Internet pornography.”

McDowell began a study on the issue and wrote a report revealing some troubling trends. More young people are looking at porn more often, with many adults viewing it first before hitting their teenage years. Christian ministry is affected also, with 14 percent of pastors and 21 percent of youth pastors admitting in the study they struggle with it.

McDowell is coordinating the “Set Free Summit,” a four-day session in April which will attempt to address the problem of pornography.

Apple Just Announced Recall On This One Item Due To Major Safety Risk

Apple customers should check the inside slot of their wall plug adapters because they could pose an electrical shock risk.

The mega tech company initiated a voluntary recall of wall plug adapters sold between 2003 and 2015 because they could break, leading to safety concerns of electrical shock.

“Customer safety is always Apple’s top priority, and we have voluntarily decided to exchange affected wall plug adapters with a new, redesigned adapter, free of charge,” the company said in a public statement on Thursday.

The two-prong AC wall plug adapters can be identified by four or five characters, or no characters, on the inside slot that attaches to the power adapter. The redesigned versions have only three characters. The company hasn’t stated how many of the products were sold, but most were sold outside the United States. They were sold in continental Europe, Argentina, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, and Korea for Macs, iPads and some IOS devices. They were sold in the U.S. as part of the Apple World Travel Adapter Kit. Asian countries are not included in the worldwide recall.

Company officials said customers can trade their recalled adapters for redesigned versions at an Apple store, and it will cost nothing to make the exchange. It is recommended that one make an appointment at an authorized Apply Service Provider or schedule a Genius Bar appointment. Customer support is also available to help schedule an exchange. There is also an Apple support site.

Before making an appointment, it is advised that one get the serial number off the Apple device shipped with the plug.

Fox News Host Calls Out Jeb Bush’s Son Over Military Service, Then Something BIG Was Discovered

A Fox News host slammed GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush over his stance on military action in Iraq, in a tweet asking if Bush’s son will be fighting.

The tweet from Andrea Tantaros came during Thursday night’s Fox News-Google primary presidential debate.

“Curious, will your son George P. be joining the fight embedded in Iraq, Jeb? Oh wait, that’s right, he’s also planning to run for President,” Tantaros posted.

There’s just one problem: Bush’s son, George P. Bush, is a veteran.

The younger Bush served during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan in 2010 as an intelligence officer in the United States Naval Reserve. He wrote in a 2011 op-ed piece published in USA Today that the military service of his grandfather, George H.W. Bush, motivated him to join the U.S. Navy. The elder Bush served during World War II and was honored with the Distinguished Flying Cross.

George P. Bush also wrote about his time in Afghanistan, saying it helped him understand the poverty of the area.

“During my time in Afghanistan, I began to understand the crippling realities of Afghan poverty; the lack of participation at all levels; the unwillingness of leaders to step up and run for the critical municipal offices that form the foundation of a functioning democracy; and the absence of human infrastructure that might let even those Afghans who want to give back to their country do so without fear of recrimination,” Bush wrote.

George P. Bush currently serves as Texas’ Land Commissioner.

Tantaros was informed of Bush’s military service by the Jeb Bush campaign, but has not apologized. Instead, she justified her earlier statement.

“The men and women who choose to serve our great Republic are to be commended, but George P. Bush’s service falls into the realm of textbook special treatment for children of ‘political dynasties’ with direct commission and online classes, not exactly standard fare in the U.S. military,” Tantaros said.

She said she appreciated Bush’s service, but said his service shouldn’t stop any criticism of him.

Officials Are REFUSING To Release These Hillary Emails- The Reason Why Could Doom Her

Intelligence officials are now stating some of the emails obtained from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private, unsecured email server will not be released because they contain such high security information that it could damage national security.

“We continue to process the next set of former Secretary Clinton’s emails for release under the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) process and will have more to say about it later,” according to an unidentified State Department official to Fox News. “As always, we take seriously our responsibility to protect sensitive information.”

More emails were scheduled to hit the public on Friday, but the government asked a D.C. court for more time before issuing a release.

The government deems these emails so sensitive will not even release portions of them to the media under FOIA. The concern is there are likely other copies somewhere and the fragmented information could lead others to figure out information in the original document and that could reveal factors involved in intelligence gathered in “special access programs.” Such programs are “top secret.”

The claim that some of the emails were highly sensitive is at odds with Clinton’s responses to the allegations. However, senior committee leaders were told by Inspector General Charles McCullough II that “several dozen emails containing classified information” were classified “at the CONFIDENTIAL, SECRET AND TOP SEDCRET/SAP levels.”

According to reports from Fox News, at least one document could be classified with a code indicating information was gathered from spies.

Investigators and government officials are now looking at the emails in reflection of specific criminal charges including “gross negligence” and “public corruption.”

“The documents alone in and of themselves set forth a set of compelling, articulable facts that statutes relating to espionage have been violated,” a former senior federal law enforcement officer said.

Wow: Washington Insider Drops Benghazi Bombshell On Hillary – ‘The FBI Director Would Like To..’

Washington insiders believe the FBI has more than enough to issue indictments against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her aide, Huma Abedin, for using an unsecured private email server to administer sensitive government business.

“I think the FBI director would like to indict both Huma and Hillary as we speak,” said Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif. Issa was the chairman of the House Oversight Committee and led the investigation into the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi.

Issa said FBI Director James Comey must take his time before making a move on indictments.

“I think he’s in a position where he’s being forced to triple-time make a case of what would otherwise be, what they call, a slam dunk,” Issa said.

House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, R-Texas, said he has sources within the FBI who told him “they’re ready to indict and they’re ready to recommend an indictment.” DeLay said in an interview on Newsmax that those within the bureau are prepared to fight to get an indictment.

“They also say that if the attorney general does not indict, they’re going public,” he said.

Even so, Issa doesn’t think an indictment will come during the 2016 election cycle.

“I’ve worked with both the last attorney general…and this attorney general, and I really don’t believe they’ll do it,” Issa said. “Doing it, by definition, would end her run for president.”

Issa said there is “no question” that Clinton circumvented her responsibilities to properly maintain secure information. He said there were 1,300 highly sensitive emails with material taken from classified documents involved in the investigation.

“And she circumvented it a second time when she knowingly let highly-classified material get into emails in an unclassified format,” he said.