Pastor Carter (Conlon) delivered a very powerful message entitled "Escaping the Theology of Babylon." I would describe it as a prophetic word and would encourage you to listen to it and you can judge for yourselves.I don't know how to make a short URL but it's available from the latest sermons at www.timessquarechurch.com. He preached it yesterday.An old song has been in my mind for a few days that Johnny Cash did back in the late 50s. It follows the sermon and is entitled "Belshazzer." He also wrote the song and we've been running on our website for the last few weeks.Well the Bible tells us about a man Who ruled Babylon and all it's land Around the city he built a wall And declared that Babylon would never fall He had concubines and wives He called his Babylon "Paradise" On his throne he drank and ate But for Belshazzer it was getting late Chorus: For he was weighed in the balance and found wanting His kingdom was divided, couldn't stand He was weighed in the balance and found wanting His houses were built upon the sand The people feast and drank their wine And praised the false gods of his time All holy things were scorned and mocked But suddenly all their mocking stopped For on the wall there appeared a hand Nothing else, there was no man And but, the hand began to write And Belshazzar couldn't hide his fright Chorus: For he was weighed in the balance and found wanting His kingdom was divided, couldn't stand He was weighed in the balance and found wanting His houses were built upon the sand Well no one around could understand What was written by the mystic hand Belshazzar tried but couldn't find A man who could give him piece of mind But Daniel the prophet, the man of God He saw the writing on the wall in blood Belshazzar asked him what it said And Daniel turned to the wall and read "My friend your weighed in the balance and found wanting Your kingdom was divided, it can't stand Your weighed in the balance and found wanting Your houses were built upon the sand"