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Wednesday, August 17th
Author(s): Steve Crampton

Bible Bashing 101 How the media controls the message             A group of humanists calling themselves the "Texas Freedom Network" (TFN) (www.tfn.org) recently released a "report" attacking the curriculum of the National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools (NCBCPS) (www.bibleinschools.net).  TFN opposes anything remotely connected to the "religious right," including local control of schools, vouchers, and even the National Day of Prayer.  It zealously supports such issues as the legalization of same-sex marriage and the teaching of evolution to the exclusion of intelligent design...

Tuesday, August 16th
Author(s): Ray Comfort

All That Really Matters  There are many reasons why I have no doubt that the Bible is the Word of God. There are hundreds of fulfilled prophecies, as well as many scientific and medical facts in the Bible, written thousands of years before man discovered them. But they aren't the main reason I believe that the Bible is the revelation of the Creator's will.  I was converted to Christianity in the early hours of April 25, 1972. I was dumbfounded at what happened to me that night. However, the amazement didn't stop then. Over the following days the Bible actually told me of my experience. It was...

Tuesday, August 16th
Author(s): Kirk Cameron

It Pays to Be a Fool for the Sake of ChristSeptember 15, 2003 (13) While I was in a major airport, passing through security lines, I handed $1 million bills (gospel tracts in disguise) to the hardworking employees, commending them on a job well done. Some smiled and some laughed, "I'm rich! I can go home now!" Still others scowled and suspiciously eyed the bill for some sort of hidden advertising message.  Because I was just returning from an evangelism seminar, thoughts of the fate of the lost and of sharing the gospel with them were weighing fresh on my mind. I was eager to get the gospel...

Sunday, August 14th
Author(s): Tamara Scott

Seeking Thee or Seeking Me?By Tamara Scott As believers, we are to seek righteousness in all that we do so we might glorify God.   To seek righteousness we need to ask God for His direction in our lives.     We often think to ask God for direction on the sticky issues, the big decisions, or when we're at a total loss.  But what about asking God in the little things, the everyday decisions, and even those we're just pretty sure we've gotten right?    What if we asked the Lord to check our motives for purity and our hearts for sincerity?    What if we consistently laid everything out before the...

Sunday, August 14th
Author(s): Jason Carlson

Keep Faith Out of the Classroomby Jason Carlson and Ron Carlson In the past two weeks the debate over the teaching of Intelligent Design theory in our nation's schools has intensified.  President Bush has weighed in, supporting academic freedom and the right of students to examine competing theories on the origin of life.  Numerous television news programs have featured stories on the debate over Intelligent Design.  Even the most recent issue of TIME magazine features the debate prominently on its cover titled, "Evolution Wars".   In the midst of all of this attention and debate over the...

Wednesday, August 10th
Author(s): Kirk Cameron

Stay BehindBy Kirk Cameron I was recently listening to a song by one of my favorite songwriters. She was writing about how she longed to be taken away from all the problems here on earth and brought home to heaven with God. She describes feeling so weary, tired, and wanting to go home. The song speaks of her desire for the Lord to hurry up and wrap up history, snatch her away, and bring this sin-soaked world to a close so the saints can get on with seeing the Lord face to face. Do you ever feel this way? Do you sometimes wish that God would quietly bring those of us who love Him into heaven...

Monday, August 8th
Author(s): Ron Carlson

Assessing the Opposition to Intelligent Designby Jason Carlson and Ron Carlson This past week President Bush declared his support for the theory of Intelligent Design.  President Bush, along with 50% of Americans, believes that the theory of Intelligent Design should be taught side-by-side with the theory of Evolution in our nation's schools.  While this was an absolutely intelligent declaration by President Bush, his comments drew nothing but anger and ridicule from the Secularists of the world.   The Secularists of the world cannot tolerate the possibility of a Creator-God (because once you...

Monday, August 8th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Why The Secular Left is Anti-God and DangerousBy Brannon Howse  This article is excerpted from Brannon's upcoming book One Nation Under Man: The Worldview War Between Christians and the Secular Left-in bookstores September 1st.  Today's modern-day liberals desire to free themselves and America from God and the Christian worldview, the foundation of conservatism as well as our republic itself. They concern themselves less with America's war on terror than their own personal war on Christianity. Former secretary of labor in the Clinton administration, Robert B. Reich, echoes their perspective...

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