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Insight - God In the Dock

Insight is an American religious-themed weekly anthology series that aired in syndication from October 1960 to January 1985. Produced by Paulist Productions in Los Angeles, the series presented half-hour dramas illuminating the contemporary search for meaning, freedom, and love. Insight was an anthology series, using an eclectic set of story telling forms including comedy, melodrama, and fantasy to explore moral dilemmas.

The series was created by Roman Catholic priest Ellwood E. "Bud" Kieser, the founder of Paulist Productions. A member of the Paulist Fathers, an evangelistic Catholic order of priests, he worked in the entertainment community in Hollywood as a priest-producer and occasional host, using television as a vehicle of spiritual enrichment. Many of the episodes of the series were videotaped at CBS Television City and then Metromedia Square.

It was the longest-running syndicated weekly show until Soul Train took over in 1996, and ran until 2008.


When you pray do you pray to the God of creation or do you pray to the Sun God Amen Ra? A prayer virus was introduced many long years ago to negate the power of prayer. God was very clear about going to other Gods. He would allow it. He said He was a very jealous God. You end your prayers with Amen. He is the Sun God. Your prayers are in vane then. His Name is YHWH (Hebrew: י | ה | ו | ה‬;) If you mail a letter and put on the wrong address, is it unusual that you receive no reply? If you pray to the wrong God, is it unusual that He does not answer? Ask God for forgiveness from the error. It's a start. I stopped using Amen many long years ago. I don't want there to be any doubt over who is the God of the universe. However, people are programmed like robots and say Amen without the slightest thought. Think about what you're doing. Think about how Satan deceives you. Then you may well liberate yourself.

Posted by Conspiracy Cafe on January 14, 2018 at 9:06 AM 674 Views