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Thursday, May 21st
Brannon Howse Interviews His Long Time Friend Michael Reagan on The Coronavirus Tyranny  Click here to listen now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com/radio/audio/brannon-howse-may-20-2020 WVW Broadcast...
Thursday, May 21st
                                          WVW-TV Presents: Former Jesuit Warns of the Marxist Agenda of the Jesuits to De-Christianize The West Click here to watch now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com...
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WVW-TV Presents: The Power Elite & Their Useful Idiots in the Media  Click here to watch now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com/tv/video/power-elite-their-useful-idiots... WVW Broadcast Network is a...
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Tuesday, May 2nd
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

What Good is Prayer?J. Michael Sharman             The United States Congress has declared that every year there shall be a National Day of Prayer. This year the President and all fifty governors will issue proclamations calling people to prayer on the first Thursday of May. At state capitols, county courthouses, and city parks all across the nation -- north and south, east and west, in the cities and out in the small towns, on the coasts and in the heartland -- citizens will be gathering at noon to publicly pray.            Why all the fuss and bother? What good is prayer?We know the Bible...

Thursday, April 27th

Richard Foster And The Living Spiritual Teachers ProjectBy Ken Silva For those who are following the sad saga of this Living Spiritual Teachers Project (LSTP) I now share from my personal dialogue with Lynda Graybeal who is "Personal Assistant to Richard Foster" at Renovare. I have made her aware that from the April 8, 2006 newsletter from Lighthouse Trails Research, as well as from personal contact with Deborah Dombrowski, I have been informed, "you personally are aware that Foster's name may be removed if he so desires. My question to you is: Why is it still there on the LSTP website? If I...

Tuesday, April 25th
Author(s): Todd Tomasella

Naming Names – Is it Biblical?  (Part 2 of 3)By Todd TomasellaWe readily gather here that naming names is an integral part of real New Testament ministry and those who obey can like this apostle of Jesus, be confident that they have completely fulfilled the will of God – "I have finished my course, I have kept the faith: Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown." In this text, the Holy Ghost says that the LORD is a "righteous judge." I believe that those who mark deceivers in obedience to divine mandate are going to be rewarded eternally for such obedience. "We see clearly here that...

Tuesday, April 25th
Author(s): Mark Landsbaum

Anonymous drive-bysBy Mark Landsbaum   "…let your 'Yes,' be 'Yes,' and your 'No,' 'No,' lest you fall into judgment." (James 5:12)  One of the most insidious – and in the long-term, destructive – characteristics of the Internet is its anonymity. Like all widespread sins, it's most seductive. Even the intelligent, fair-minded among us can be blind to the threat and its consequences. Take the example the case this week of Los Angeles Times Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, Michael Hiltzik (CQ). The Times suspended (Thursday) Hiltzik's online "blog" because he violated the newspaper's policy of...

Tuesday, April 25th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

A Taxing Thought after Tax TimeJ. Michael Sharman  The U.S. Postal Service recently carried my payment, painfully made, to the U.S. Treasury for this year's income tax. We've been hearing for awhile about how the global economy is affecting our local factories and our neighbors' jobs. Now that April 15th  is past, it's a good time to ask the question: How is  the global Internet economy going to affect our state, local, and federal governments' ability to collect taxes? A shipment of products used to mean that there might be some loss or leakage of the goods with the risk of loss being...

Tuesday, April 25th
Author(s): Marshall Foster

"We Win, They Lose"by Marshall Foster  Mayflower Institute Journal - April 2006Email: [email protected] Ronald Reagan said it well. "The most terrifying words in the English language are: I'm from the government and I'm here to help." It appears that "big brother" government is engulfing us. But the good news is that we have been given the power of God and the "underdog" strategy to be free from debt and government dependence. Let's review our problem and its sure solution.  On Thursday, March 16, The Senate voted 52 to 48 to increase the debt limit to 9 Trillion dollars to keep our...

Tuesday, April 25th

                   The Coming Cashless Society     Author and financial planner Ethan Pope is hardly a sensationalist. He impressed me so much on air this past weekend reviewing his book, "Cashing it in: Getting Ready for a World Without Money" that I am, frankly, doing a short book review and encouraging you to purchase it at a Christian bookstore. If they don't have it, they will order it from Moody Publishers. The weekend program will be posted to my "radio archives" today, Monday, here http://www.olivetreeviews.org/radio/mp3/Pope believes the coming one world global currency, all...

Thursday, April 20th
Author(s): Mark Creech

The Gospel of Judas: A Betrayal of the TruthBy Rev. Mark H. Creech It's being hailed as the greatest archaeological find in the last 60 years. Some are saying the "Gospel of Judas," a Gnostic text that dates back to the second century, could force a completely different understanding of Christianity, more specifically of Judas and Jesus. But as Collin Hansen of Christianity Today writes: "This is no Christian text .... This new text tells us nothing more about Jesus' relationship with Judas than does Jesus Christ Superstar." The text was originally discovered in Egypt during the 1970s, then...

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