Signs of the pending apocalypse take several forms, Paul Prather writes. A “nut” in North Korea is practicing to shoot thermonuclear weapons at New York and Washington. And, speaking of nuts, “we’ve got ourselves some president now. In a recent book, ‘The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump,’ 27 leading psychiatrists and mental health experts deemed Mr. Trump certifiably mental.”
Signs of the pending apocalypse take several forms, Paul Prather writes. A “nut” in North Korea is practicing to shoot thermonuclear weapons at New York and Washington. And, speaking of nuts, “we’ve got ourselves some president now. In a recent book, ‘The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump,’ 27 leading psychiatrists and mental health experts deemed Mr. Trump certifiably mental.” Susan Walsh AP
Signs of the pending apocalypse take several forms, Paul Prather writes. A “nut” in North Korea is practicing to shoot thermonuclear weapons at New York and Washington. And, speaking of nuts, “we’ve got ourselves some president now. In a recent book, ‘The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump,’ 27 leading psychiatrists and mental health experts deemed Mr. Trump certifiably mental.” Susan Walsh AP

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About Paul Prather

Paul Prather

An ordained minister for more than 30 years, Paul Prather is a columnist, author and pastor of Bethesda Church near Mount Sterling. From 1988 to 1997, he was a Herald-Leader staff writer covering primarily religion.