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Friday, December 13th
Watch the WVW-TV Broadcast in Which Tom Littleton and Brannon Howse Discuss How Marxist Democrats Are Co-Opting Evangelical Voters For Social Justice & Votes Click Here to Watch Now:https://www....
Thursday, December 12th
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Monday, January 9th
Author(s): Ray Comfort

                                            Ashamed of Jesus?Ask the average Christian, "Are you ashamed of Jesus?" and he will more than likely adamantly answer, "Of course not. He's my Lord and Savior." This unashamed boldness to proclaim Christ is seen in the abundance of "Real men love Jesus" and other T-shirts that clearly identify the wearer as belonging to Jesus. Every Sunday millions faithfully attend churches that exalt the name of Jesus. There are more "fish" on cars than in the Atlantic Ocean. Gospel music resonates with love for Jesus, and even has the accolades of the secular...

Monday, January 9th
Author(s): Kirk Cameron

                                       Electric EvangelismI recently had a professional electrician do some wiring work on my house. I knew I wanted to witness to him so I planned my approach. It started with prayer. "Lord, please prepare this man's heart and help open my mouth boldly as I ought to." I said, "Good morning. How are you doing?""Good. You?""Great. Thanks for doing such a great job on my house. I really appreciate it.""Yeah, no problem.""Can I ask you a question? Have you ever gotten shocked doing your job?""Oh, yeah...(laugh). A few times. It doesn't feel good!""Have you ever...

Sunday, January 8th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

J. Michael SharmanColumn No. 13Publication Date: January 10, 2006Title: Dad -- The Greatest Deterrent to Crime. In the early morning hours of New Year’s Day, Maurice Clarett allegedly flashed a gun at two people in an alley behind a Columbus, Ohio bar called The Opium Lounge, and robbed them. It was a bad choice of location for Maurice Clarett because he was well known around there. In fact, while the robbery was in progress, the owner of the bar, Tashona Corvi, proved that fame has its price when she came out of the backdoor of the nightclub and shouted, "Maurice!" as a greeting to him....

Thursday, January 5th
Author(s): Mark Landsbaum

 Commentary on Brokeback Mountain, the homosexual "love affair" movieBy Mark Landsbaum One conservative commentator recently panned the critically acclaimed movie Brokeback Mountain, boldly making the unremarkable observation that its leading men aren't really heroic or even courageous. In fact, these two sheepherders (they aren't cowboys) are better described as ashamed, suicidal and selfish, with little regard to the lives of their loved ones that are devastated by their "romance." But this observation is correct only as far as it goes. And it's dangerous precisely because that's as far as...

Sunday, January 1st
Author(s): Robert Meyer

In this eclectic society in which we live, there is the Book of the Month, the Fruit of the Month, and now we are graced with yet another category: President Bush's Impeachable Offense Du Jour. Today the menu selection is spying, via wiretaps, in order to identify terrorists operating in your country and mine. Of course the liberals frame this issue to say that Bush is eavesdropping on America citizens, but that rhetoric is merely anticipated when you consider that good news in the War on Terror, augers poorly for the political future of this bunch. Considering all the "bad fruit" previously...

Sunday, January 1st

The Delusions of 2005By Jan Markell We have all read about the major stories of 2005, the funniest stories, the most spiked (downplayed), and more.  My category requires a book: "The Strongest Delusions of 2005."  I can only list a fraction of them but here goes, not necessarily in this order: 1)    The withdrawal of the Jews from the Gaza Strip was the first solid step towards peace and security between Israelis and Palestinians. Reality check: Gaza is now an unofficial terror state, steeped in anarchy, even taking Western hostages. 2)    Saudi Arabia is a Middle East moderate and ally of...

Sunday, January 1st
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

J. Michael SharmanColumn No. 12January 3, 2006Judge Alito, Then and NowSamuel Alito currently is serving a lifetime appointment as a judge on the Third U.S. Circuit  Court of Appeals. He has been a judge on that appellate court since 1990.  This past October, he was nominated for a lifetime appointment to the United States Supreme Court.On the same day that President Bush picked Judge Alito for the Supreme Court, three Democratic senators hurriedly issued press releases criticizing Judge Alito or calling into question the President's wisdom in nominating him.Senator Ted Kennedy's official...

Sunday, January 1st
Author(s): Sean McDowell

Finding God in the Land of NarniaWorldview with Sean McDowell             From Star Wars to the Matrix, from Harry Potter to Buffy the Vampire Slayer, modern fantasy and science fiction are filled with references to the possible existence of worlds outside our physical universe.  Both young and old, it seems, are captivated with the idea of distant worlds-and passageways or doors that connect us to them.  C.S. Lewis, writer of The Chronicles of Narnia, shared this fascination.  He filled his stories with tunnels, passageways, and doors unexpectedly leading from one world into the next.  Lewis...

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