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Sunday, September 15th
BDS, Hamas, Christian Palestinianism, & Replacement Theology Denies Israel's Divine & Legal Right to the Land. (Broadcast #5) Text WVW to 88202 for a reminder and link to watch & then...
Friday, September 13th
WVW-TV Presents: Hamas in America: The Lie There Was Once A Palestinian Statehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqNTB83RcYU Your tax deductible support at www.wvwfoundation.com helps make free programs...
Wednesday, September 11th
Just Released: Howse to House TV Inside Little House on the Prairie House, (Show #3, Part B). See inside the home of Laura Ingalls Wilder where she wrote 4 of the 8 Little House Books. Howse to House...
Monday, September 9th
Siege Trailer Just Released: The 6 Hour DocuMovie Every American MUST See Before the 2020 Elections Click here to watch now: https://youtu.be/PRDnQ1OBrIs or go to www.siegethemovie.com 
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Friday, September 2nd
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Noise of (the Evolution) War By Brannon S. Howse  Each new school year brings us again to the front lines of the evolution war in America's public schools. This time, the opening salvo was fired from as high up the thought-leader tower as it can be. Thankfully, President Bush used his bully pulpit to bring some long-awaited common sense to the dispute as he avowed the importance of teaching intelligent design in our classrooms. "Both sides," he noted plainly, "ought to be properly taught ... so people can understand what the debate is about." He further stated what should go without saying...

Thursday, September 1st
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Freedomby Kerby Anderson  Ask anyone who has seen the movie "Braveheart" how they would summarize the movie in one word. Nearly everyone would say "freedom."  In the movie, when William Wallace speaks to the Scottish army he says "they may take away our lives, but they'll never take OUR FREEDOM!" So what exactly is freedom? What are the roots of freedom? Answering these questions is not as easy as it may seem. They require some thought and reflection, which for most of us, is a precious commodity. Fortunately, some of the hard work has been done for us by professor John Danford in his book...

Thursday, September 1st
Author(s): Ron Carlson

Humans, chimps almost a match?by Dr. Ron Carlson and Jason Carlson Thursday, September 1, USA Today Newspaper in a front page article titled "Humans, chimps almost a match" announced that Chimps and Humans are 96% similar with only 40 Million genetic differences.  It's important to understand that:A cloud is 96% waterA Jellyfish is 96% waterA Watermelon is 96% waterDoes that mean that a cloud, a jellyfish, and a watermelon are closely related?? That 4% of 40 million genetic differences is HUGE!   Second, the question should be, "how do you interpret the evidence?"  We all have the same...

Wednesday, August 31st
Author(s): Brannon Howse

The Worldview War Between Christians and the Secular Left for the High CourtBy Brannon S. 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.You Can purchase Brannon's book and have it personally signed by going tho this website.  http://www.worldviewweekend.com/onum/ America is at a legal crossroads. With the appointment of Judge John Roberts and perhaps future appointments, President Bush has the opportunity to strike a serious blow to the tyrants we face in America. These...

Wednesday, August 31st
Author(s): James Pratt

The responsibility of government and the ethics of humanitarianism The storm is over, but the toll is still rising. New Orleans is 80% submerged. In the broader scope, the level of destruction in the Crescent City has now overshadowed (at least in the press) the utter destruction which was unleashed on the rest of the Gulf Coast at points east such as Biloxi and Gulf Port, MS, and Mobile, AL, which was also flooded. The cleanup can't even begin until the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers figures out a way to keep the water out of the Big Easy. Truth be told, the story in points east is not over,...

Sunday, August 28th
Author(s): Tamara Scott

Back to School Basics for ParentsBy Tamara Scott It's that time of year again and children across the nation are returning to the books.Some will head off to the public school sector, others in private venues, and others still, in the privacy of their own homes.   While each family will have to decide how and where their children should be educated, there is one thing, hopefully, of which we should all agree.   It is the most basic back-to-school item that we can give our children with very little cost and a great deal of return.   No, it's not the latest ipod or videophone.  It's prayer.    ...

Sunday, August 28th
Author(s): Nicholas A. Jackson

Letters From War A few weeks ago, I took a journey to my statehouse in Columbus, OH to survey the area for the possible placement of a Ten Commandments monument.  With the recent history of acknowledgements of God being removed from the public square I was particularly sensitive to monuments and remembrances of God's governing hand in our nation's affairs.  Our great seal was emblazoned with the words, "With God All Things Are Possible."  There was a quote from William McKinley stating, "Our earnest prayer is that God will graciously vouchsafe prosperity, happiness, and peace to all our...

Sunday, August 28th
Author(s): David Wheaton

Minneapolis Star Tribune, August 28, 2005 (uncut)  Agassi Marks the Spot – 2005 US Open Preview  Whoever coined the proverb, "a leopard never changes its spots," was clearly unaware of a tennis player named Andre Agassi.  As someone who's known this cat since pre-pubescent days on the junior tennis circuit, let me attest that he hasn't just changed his spots, he's made them better. Consider how… A juvenile tennis delinquent wearing blue jeans and eye make-up in junior matches becomes the articulate and thoughtful patriarchal sage of the pro tour. A post-loss teen-age pro giving his racquets...

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