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Wednesday, October 18th
  You can live-stream this conference for just $9.99 by registering at www.situationroom.net Is Self-Defense Biblical or are we to turn the other cheek? What about defending others? Our family?...
Monday, October 16th
A high-profile, local case is making its way through federal court.   After posting videos on Facebook in April, Ehab Jaber of Sioux Falls was charged with possession of a firearm by a prohibited...
Friday, October 13th
by Worldview Weekend News Team, Op-Ed      • Brannon does not attend church.    • Brannon never teaches the Bible at all.    • Brannon’s wife uses her maiden name as a board member to hide her...
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WVW-TV Presents: Liberalism of John Piper on Christians Owning Guns, Black Lives Matter, & Kneeling During National Anthem Click here to watch now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com/tv/video/...
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Friday, February 3rd
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Postmodernism-The Worldview That Will Destroy America If nations have epitaphs, I believe ours will one day read something like this: No armies prevailed, nor a single foe's spies;They died trying to believe there are just truths, no lies. Postmodernism is the belief that truth is not discovered by man but created by man. Through surveying every situation and choosing a course of action that will result in the most beneficial outcome, people create their own truth. This concept derives from a humanist worldview that proclaims man as the measure of all things, and therefore, each person is...

Thursday, February 2nd
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

The restoration of Adam and Eve's childrenJ. Michael Sharman  Eve was aware of God's command not to eat from the tree in the middle of the garden, yet she willingly listened to the serpent tell her that going against God's command would be good.After listening to the serpent, Eve considered whether, as a practical matter, defying God would be beneficial to her. She thought she had the necessary facts to make the decision to defy God, and after considering those facts, she sinned and ate from the tree.Adam was with her. Eve offered the fruit to Adam. He knew taking and eating the fruit Eve...

Thursday, February 2nd

The Gods of EntertainmentBy Jan Markell I have never used this column for movie reviews but I feel some of the following comments appropriate in light of the Hollywood agenda.  Clearly it is not to glorify anything of righteousness or even truth.  While some films have value as they shape the culture, the "shaping" is usually in the wrong direction. It is nothing new that Hollywood turns out one debauched film after another but one has to take notice when the worst of the worst get all the awards and kudos.  The now left of center magazine "Christianity Today" calls Steven Spielberg's film "...

Wednesday, February 1st
Author(s): Jim Brown

"Throwing Our Future Church Leaders to the Wolves"                         An estimated 25,000-30,000 young people are expected to attend "Student Life" events with their church youth groups this year in twelve different locations across the U-S.  Headlining the 2006 tour are worship leader Charlie Hall, the drama team "All Things to All People" and Los Angeles pastor and author Erwin McManus, a leader in the Emergent Church movement.              But before you pay to send your teenager off to one of the Student Life conferences, be aware that Emergent leaders such as McManus, Leonard Sweet...

Tuesday, January 31st
Author(s): Robert Meyer

                                         Thomas Paine: A Life of Skepticism  January 29th marks the birthday of famous American thinker and essayist Thomas Paine. He is often thought of as a Founding Father, though he was not on the drafting committee of either The Declaration of Independence or The Constitution of the United States. It is certainly no exaggeration though, to say that Paine was highly influential in providing the philosophical support for the American Revolution. His work "Common Sense," provided a polemic that harnessed the willingness and zeal in the fight for independence...

Monday, January 30th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Students and friends,Often in our classrooms we recommend book-lists which will enable you to grow on your own, apart from us as professors. This time we would like to take a moment and recommend a "NOT-list." The first book we will bring to you is the newly released, Revolution, by the skilled-pollster (and amateur theologian) George Barna. Overall, this book is a critique (make that a full-body slam) of the church's inability to impact the American culture in a positive (i.e., redemptive) manner. Thus, in this book he notes that due to the church's lack of being an impact player, God must...

Monday, January 30th
Author(s): Jim Elliff

What Do You Do With Immorality?Jim ElliffWhen the apostle Paul heard that there was immorality in the Corinthian church, he was shocked. The brand of immorality was of such a kind that the sensibilities of the pagan world would even be offended-"a man has his father's wife". But his amazement was mostly because the church tolerated it as a badge of honor. The church had so distorted the meaning of love that it was proud of its acceptance of such persons. "And you are arrogant. Ought you not rather to mourn?" exclaimed Paul. This revealing episode in early church history, found in 1...

Sunday, January 29th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

 If There is No God • If there is no God or creator, then everything happens by chance or by mistake. • If there is no God, then man was not created in His image.• If there is no God, then there is no right or wrong.• If there is no God, there is only the natural world.• If there is no God, then man does not have an eternal soul and there is no life after death.• If there is no God, life has no meaning.• If there is no God, man does not have a free will, for he is the product of his environment.Yale University history professor Donald Kagan acknowledges the consequences of the worldview that...

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