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WVW-TV Presents: The History of Muslim Brotherhood with Former Muslim Shahram Hadian  This broadcast is made possible in part because of your support of the Worldview Weekend Foundation. To make your...
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Thursday, July 7th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Nat'l Ministry Offers Worldview Training Using 21st-Century Technology(AgapePress) - Thanks to capabilities offered through the Internet, students of all ages -- as well as parents, home-school coordinators, and Christian educators -- now have the opportunity to receive biblical worldview training in the comfort of their own homes and according to their own schedule.Brannon Howse, president and founder of Worldview Weekend, knew he could not personally take his worldview conference to every city in America or every country in the world. Therefore, Howse chose to take advantage of the today's...

Wednesday, July 6th
Author(s): Steve Crampton

Justice O'Connor's Finest Hour Stephen Crampton, Esq. Those bells you hear ringing all over America are the sounds of jubilation overflowing from conservatives anticipating the appointment of a constitutionalist as Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's replacement.  Justice O'Connor, who announced her retirement on July 1, will serve until her successor takes office, but the next term of court does not begin until October 1, so it is unlikely Justice O'Connor will hear any more cases. Justice O'Connor's role as the "swing vote" in so many controversial decisions, from abortion to Nativity displays to...

Tuesday, July 5th
Author(s): David Noebel

 May 1, 2005                                              Open Letter to Mel White Dear Mel: I see you and your Soulforce organization are coming to Colorado Springs in early May  to picket Dr. James Dobson and Focus on the Family.  I have no idea what you plan to accomplish since the citizens of Colorado Springs already know where Dr. Dobson stands on the issue of homosexuality and gay-marriage so you must have something else in mind.  Would you care to share it? What surprises me about your newly created Soulforce organization is your merger of Martin Luther King, Jr. and India=s Gandhi. ...

Tuesday, July 5th
Author(s): Jason Carlson

"The Real Cultural Divide"By Ron Carlson and Jason Carlson The 21st century is witnessing a real cultural divide in America often defined as Red vs. Blue, Conservative vs. Liberal, Pro-Life vs. Pro-Abortion, Traditional Marriage vs. Gay-Marriage, Individual responsibility vs. Big Government control.  But these are all merely symptoms of what is at the heart of the real cultural divide in America. Underlying the debate in America is a much deeper worldview issue that divides and determines how people think and live.  A worldview is your philosophy of life; it is how you perceive reality. ...

Tuesday, July 5th
Author(s): Nicholas A. Jackson

The Ex-Gay Gene? In Columbus, Ohio on June 23-26, we just wrapped up the Christian Home Educator's of Ohio's Annual meeting to help raise the future leaders of our nation and teach parents how to educate their Christian children from a Christian perspective.  Interestingly, and concurrently we had the PTA's annual meeting where they also met to discuss the future education of our precious children. Largely ignored by the mainstream media was the fact that Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) gave a presentation and manned an exhibit promoting homosexual indoctrination in our...

Tuesday, July 5th

Evil in the Name of GodBy Jan Markell It has taken centuries but in the last decade Jews have figured out that Christians are their only friend left on earth.  I wrote in June, 2003, that Jewish leaders were encouraging an end to the mistrust of Christianity and Christians.  Over 170 Jewish leaders from all branches of Judaism then signed a statement calling on Jews to relinquish their fear and mistrust of Christianity.  After all, this isn't 1939 or the 1400 or 1500's when atrocities beyond description were taking place by so-called Christians (emphasis on so-called).   Orthodox Rabbi Daniel...

Sunday, July 3rd
Author(s): Dennis Wright

The Issachar Report1 Chronicles 12:2Dennis A. Wright, DMin "The Monotheistic Worldview"The Monotheistic Worldview is based upon Theism, a term that refers to the belief in a "personal" god, that is, one single God with a distinctive personality, rather than just a divine force.  Before considering the three major world religions based upon Theism, let us briefly examine how Deism fits into this worldview.  Deism is a form of monotheism in which it is believed that one God exists.  Further, Deism has become identified with the classical belief that God created but does not intervene in the...

Sunday, July 3rd
Author(s): David Noebel

Evolution of the EyeWorldview Stories in Science ClassA student recently emailed with the following question:"Isn't it true that Darwin admitted before he died that he couldn't explain the complexity of the human eye?"Here is my answer:Darwin did say that the eye gave him a problem based on his theory of gradual evolution, but he did not say it at the end of his life. He wrote it in his book, On the Origin of Species, published in 1859. Darwin mentioned the eye by way of illustrating how an organ this complex "could" have evolved. But then, instead of providing a scientific explanation,...

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