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Omega Letter Mission Statement:
The Omega Letter is a subscription-based intelligence newsletter service. It is a daily collection of intelligence information of relevance to Christians from public and private intelligence sources from across the internet.
There are a lot of Christian news websites, but the Omega Letter is unique. It focuses exclusively on five major themes relevant to both global politics and Bible prophecy; Israel/Middle East, Globalism/Ecumenism, Terror/Islam, Prophecy/Signs, and articles for use as witnessing tools. We have gathered together dozens of sources, subscriber intelligence sites, global security forecasters, news reports from inside the Middle East, Russia, China, India, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq and Europe.
Each day we scour these sources, sorting out the stories that don't always make the cut with the major media, and put together a daily email briefing of what is really happening, and why you aren't hearing it in the mainstream. We look at what is taking place, what the Bible says and how things fit together with Bible prophecy.
The email briefing is sent out Mon-Sat, AM (EST), but we also maintain a website where you'll find a database of all previous reports plus a lot of other unique features.
Why do we charge a subscription fee? Because it costs money to produce.
There are those who will complain that this service ought to be free. We agree. But we can't find independently wealthy people to do the writing, administration, web design and programming and hosting services.
One of the real problems with Christian discussion forums on the internet is that, for some reason, they tend to attract people who love to disrupt them. Atheists love to come here to pick fights with believers.
We've had problems with bad language, doctrinal arguments that turn downright nasty, and so on. The most difficult problem lies in screening the disruptors. Once banned, they would simply apply for a new email address and then start all over again.
After much trial and error, the decision was made to make the Omega Letter a private, paid subscription-only website. The disruptions came to an abrupt halt. The God-haters will go to extraordinary lengths, we've discovered, in order to get around our security bans, but they draw the line at paying ten bucks just for the 'fun' they derive from Christian-baiting.
The result was a closely-knit fellowship where like-minded believers could encourage one another in an friendly, non-threatening atmosphere.
View some public examples of The Omega Letter Intelligence Digest.
If you don't think it is worth it, don't renew. It is as simple as that.
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