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Monday, September 17th
ALBERT MOHLER, KEEP YOUR SEXUALLY-CONFUSED DISCIPLES AWAY FROM OUR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES (CHRISTIANS, THIS IS WHERE THE PERVERTED REVOICE MOVEMENT IS HEADED AS SBC CHURCHES OF MARK DEVER /TGC AND AN...
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Hear the new audio of Matt Chandler telling an HBO program that Obama is a “great man” and because pastors and ministers did not help explain his policies, it led to evangelicals being really scared...
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Monday, September 26th
Author(s): Sean McDowell

Why America Needs ReligionSean McDowell             What is wrong with America?  The social and moral problems facing America are legion.  The increasing rates of violent crime, alcohol abuse, corporate scandals, sexual promiscuity, and fatherlessness are destroying the very fabric of our great nation.  Religious thinkers have argued that the real challenge of our age is not economic decline but the lack of a biblical foundation.  The separation of moral values from God has created a society much like the period of the Judges where "everyone did that which was right in their own eyes" (Judges...

Saturday, September 24th
Author(s): Steve Crampton

Excuse Me, Justice Ginsburg, but Your Politics are Showing             Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has announced that while she does not like being the only female on the Court, just "any woman will not do" to replace retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.  Apparently merely being appointed for life with authority to declare what is and is not law in America is not enough anymore; sitting Supreme Court Justices should now be allowed to dictate who will become future Justices, as well.               Justice Ginsburg fumed, "I have a list of highly qualified women, but the...

Thursday, September 22nd
Author(s): James Pratt

What Jesus wouldn't do?by James Pratt  On Tuesday, September 20, the Daily Illini, the newspaper of the University of Illinois, ran a column entitled "What Jesus wouldn't do" by Jenette Sturges concerning a group of hellfire and damnation evangelists which invaded the north end of the campus Quad. daily illini column Ms. Sturges didn't like their presentation and indicated that many others didn't. She stated in her column that individuals who speak of such things are "spreading the wrong message of God." To that I ask, "is there a wrong message of God?" Is God not omniscient? If so, how can...

Wednesday, September 21st
Author(s): Jason Carlson

The Appropriate Place for Religion in the Intelligent Design DebateBy Jason Carlson This past weekend I was speaking on the Intelligent Design vs. Evolution debate.  After my lecture a student approached me and asked, "Mr. Carlson, when I tried to defend Intelligent Design in my public school science class, my teacher asked me, 'which version of Intelligent Design are you talking about?  Christian?  Native American?  Hindu?'  He went on to say to me, 'If you want to talk about Intelligent Design, you can't avoid having to give equal time to everybody's story of creation.  This is why it's...

Wednesday, September 21st
Author(s): Brannon Howse

                        America’s Poverty Pimps                                      By Brannon S. Howse Hurricane Katrina has brought to the nation’s attention the plight of the poor in America. While Jesse Jackson and other liberals attempt to blame poverty on racism and the President and other republicans look to throw money at the problem, few are discussing who and what are really to blame for the root cause of poverty in America.            The issue is not racism but anti-Christian bigotry on the part of the ACLU, the NEA, the DNC and Barry Lynn and his group, Americans United for the...

Wednesday, September 21st
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Faith CampChristian students gather and prepare to defend their beliefs Article tools By THOMAS BARTLETTManitou Springs, Colo. Every year, several hundred thousand visitors pass through this small mountain town. The motels and restaurants that line the main drag depend on tourist dollars for their survival, as do the T-shirt and trinket shops. Most come to marvel at the view from atop Pikes Peak, the very panorama that inspired Katharine Lee Bates to write "America the Beautiful" -- her paean to spacious skies, fruited plains, and the grace of God.Christian teenagers flock here for a...

Monday, September 19th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

The ACLU Should Be Happy About the Post-Katrina Violence in New OrleansBy Brannon S. Howse  The Left never ceases to amaze me. Now that we've witnessed their finest hour in New Orleans, all they can do is complain about the rape, looting, assault, and murder. Yet moral anarchy is what they've worked so tirelessly to achieve in America this past half century, and I for one, think we should give credit where credit is due.Thanks to the labors of groups like the American Civil Liberties Union, the U.S. Supreme Court in 1962 ruled it unconstitutional for students in America's public schools to...

Friday, September 16th
Author(s): Ray Comfort

Katrina. Who is to Blame? Ray Comfort Someone recently sent me an interesting email. It said that the killer hurricane Katrina arrived just days before the beginning of a popular homosexual celebration called "Southern Decadence," an event that drew thousands each year to New Orleans. The city's mayor officially welcomed visitors to it (see www.southerndecadence.com), as did the two previous mayors. The email said that the event filled the French Quarter section of the city with drunken homosexuals engaging in sex acts in the public streets and bars. When a local pastor sent video footage of...

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