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Sunday, September 25th
WVW-TV Presents: Understanding The Book of Romans Verse by Verse (Lesson #6)  Click here to watch now before this program rolls into the Situation Room for members only.http://www.worldviewweekend....
Sunday, September 25th
You Have to Watch This! Behind The Scene Look At 10 Cities in 10 Nights. Climb aboard the motor coach with us and travel to 10 cities in 10 nights. This is all from the April 2016 tour. Thank you to...
Friday, September 23rd
Free Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Worldview Weekend Rally:  October 27, 2016 It is free but you must register online here:http://www.worldviewweekend.com/events/free/oklahoma-city-oklahoma-octob...   When...
Wednesday, September 21st
WVW-TV Presents: The Worst Sin Possible, 2 SAMUEL 6:1-11  by Jesse Johnson. Click here to watch this program now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com/tv/video/worst-sin-possible-2-samuel-61-11    
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Friday, September 30th
Author(s): Cliff Kincaid

In Part 1 [1] of this two-part report, I pointed out that “Many exhibits in the new $500 million National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. [2] will be worthwhile. They will highlight the struggle to overcome slavery and give black people the rights they were promised in the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution. Many black Americans have achieved great success.” I also pointed out that “black leadership in America, which is viewed by the media as almost exclusively liberal and Democratic, is not without major flaws. In addition, we think that the...

Friday, September 30th
Author(s): Cliff Kincaid

Many exhibits in the new $500 million National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. [1] will be worthwhile. They will highlight the struggle to overcome slavery and give black people the rights they were promised in the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution. Many black Americans have achieved great success. But black leadership in America, which is viewed by the media as almost exclusively liberal and Democratic, is not without major flaws. In addition, we think that the growing black conservative movement will not be given the attention it deserves....

Friday, September 30th
Author(s): Roger Aronoff

The more that details about the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email practices come to light, the more their efforts appear to have been a sham designed to exonerate her of wrongdoing from the very beginning. As we wrote, the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) failure to indict Hillary, based on the recommendation of FBI Director James Comey, has moved the United States closer to banana republic status [1]. The Clinton family’s ongoing corruption and Hillary Clinton’s pay-to-play as secretary of state have also created a precedent which could encourage other politicians to enrich...

Friday, September 30th
Author(s): Roger Aronoff

The Obama administration is poised to surrender control of certain Internet functions to non-profit ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, on October 1. According to Americans for Limited Government’s senior editor Robert Romano, opposition to this Internet giveaway has united Republicans [1] such as Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and presidential candidate Donald Trump. But questions remain as to whether or not the Republicans will unite sufficiently to insist language is included in a continuing resolution that will forbid the transfer of control. Senate Majority Leader...

Monday, September 26th
Author(s): Dr. Tommy Ice

And I will bless those who bless you, And the one who curses you I will curse, And in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed. -God to Abraham (Genesis 12:3)   The last couple of years the secular community and some in the religious community have woken up to the fact that most of the American Evangelical community is pro Israel. Guess what? They do not like it one bit. There have been a number of articles in the media about the alleged dangers of the Christian support for Israel. A widely noted article appeared in the May 23, 2002 issue of the Wall Street Journal entitled, "How...

Monday, September 26th
Author(s): Jordan Standridge

It happens often that there is a disagreement and two members of a family blow up at each other.  One storms into their room in anger, slams the door, and spends a couple of hours sulking and thinking terrible thoughts of the other person. After a while they will emerge from the room, either acting like nothing happened or mumbling a “I apologize if I offended you”, or even worse an “I’m sorry” that can only be answered with “that’s okay”.  The problem is that it’s not okay.  We should never justify sin in our lives and it simply doesn’t cut it to say we’re sorry. We apologize or say we are...

Monday, September 26th
Author(s): Clint Archer

My first job after college was as a high school Computer Science teacher. To further my usefulness to the school they paid for me to attend an advanced computer hardware course. About half way through the twelve-week course I was summoned to the headmaster’s office. He informed me that the lecturer of the hardware course happened to be a parent of a kid at our school. This dad had told the headmaster that the grade I had gotten on the first module of the course was the highest grade in the (four year) history of the computer school, namely 99%. I began basking in the proverbial pat on the...

Monday, September 26th
Author(s): Jesse Johnson

A few weeks ago, I wrote about the need to discern between true and false repentance. Second Corinthians 7 teaches that not all tears of remorse flow from a truly repentant heart. Some cry because they were caught, and others cry because they offended God. Those two groups do not necessarily overlap. In God’s providence there are a few examples given to us in Scripture that juxtapose these two types of repentance. The most obvious is Saul vs. David. Saul and David both sinned, were confronted by a prophet, and then acknowledged their sin. In fact, they both use almost the same words: “I have...

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