Mike Partyka is an author of short stories and nonfiction books and a video blogger on politics and religion. He has appeared as a guest commentator on radio programs including "Fault Lines Radio" and "The Backstory with Lee Stranahan".
You can connect with Mike Partyka on Twitter, Gab, YouTube, BitChute, and his blog (http://mikespeakshismind.com).
Both Supreme Court rulings and acts of Congress have taken America farther and farther away from the cultural and political norms held by the Founding Fathers.
Will America still be America if it strays any further?
We need Constitutional Amendments that guarantee America will never fully abandon the vision and promise of its Founders. We need a Cultural Bill of Rights.
The Jehovah's Witnesses claim there is no such thing as an immortal soul, and that the wicked will be completely annihilated rather than spend eternity in torment. But is that what the early Christians believed? Using the same sources approved by JWs in support of their denial of the Trinity, Mike Partyka proves that the early Church did indeed believe in an immortal soul and an eternal hell.
In one room sits a captive father. In another room sits his infant son...and a man in a black ski mask with a very rough job to do. Come and see where the rubber meets the road...and where mayhem meets the mundane.
Jehovah's Witnesses claim that the doctrine of the Trinity was unknown in Christianity for several centuries after biblical times, and they have the testimony of the early Church Fathers to prove it...or do they? Using extensive quotes from the same Church Fathers cited by the JWs, Mike Partyka proves the Trinity doctrine was not only believed but even defended by these early heroes of the faith.