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Monday, July 22nd
WVW-TV Presents: Did The Founding Fathers Violate New Testament Principles  Click here to watch now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com/tv/video/did-founding-fathers-violate-ne... Please remember that...
Friday, July 19th
Revealing The Truth About Sharia (Part Seven) Click here to watch now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com/tv/video/revealing-truth-about-sharia-pa... Your tax deductible support at www.wvwfoundation.com...
Friday, July 19th
WVW-TV: Iran Has Likely Had Nuclear Weapons For Years & Could Stage An EMP Attack Against The U.S. with host Dr. Peter Pry http://www.worldviewweekend.com/tv/video/iran-has-likely-had-nuclear-...
Friday, July 5th
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Saturday, July 23rd
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Is NEA a 'terrorist organization'?By Brannon Howse© 2005 Brannon S. HowseOn Feb. 23, 2004, at the National Governor's Association meeting in D.C., United States Secretary of Education Rod Paige called the National Education Association "a terrorist organization." Before the NEA gets up on their soap box about being called a terrorist organization, they should remember that they and many of their liberal members have spent years hurling insults at moms, dads, taxpayers and teachers that have been fighting for traditional academics is in direct contrast to the state goals of the NEA. In fact, I...

Friday, July 22nd
Author(s): Tamara Scott

Rolling The Dice With Our Kids?By Lowell Scott When I was a kid my parents bought me toys and games that were meant to either engage my imagination or totally exhaust me.  For example, I received a junior chemistry set one year and I learned to make things bubble, change colors, all sorts of fascinating kid things.  Maybe my folks hoped that some day I would be a famous chemist but I doubt it.  I think they saw that gift as a positive, learning tool which certainly couldn't hurt my academic chances.  That is what parents used to do; they encouraged, protected, and they were not afraid to say...

Friday, July 22nd
Author(s): Dennis Wright

The Issachar Report1 Chronicles 12:32Dennis A. Wright, DMin "Here Comes the Judge" "With the Supreme Court pick of John Roberts," notes William Kristol, "George W. Bush rose to the occasion.""Once again, President Bush has confounded his critics by doing what he said he would do," observes Cal Thomas.  "He has nominated to the Supreme Court someone he believes will not make law from the bench, but interpret laws in light of the Constitution as the Founders wrote it."Within hours of President Bush's nomination of John G. Roberts, Jr. to the Supreme Court my Inbox filled with numerous requests...

Thursday, July 21st
Author(s): Dennis Wright

The Issachar Report1 Chronicles 12:32Dennis A. Wright, DMin "Will the Real God Please Stand Up?"David Tackett observes, "Whether conscious or subconscious, every person has some type of worldview.  A personal worldview is a combination of all you believe to be true, and what you believe becomes the driving force behind every emotion, decision and action.  Therefore, it affects your response to every area of life: from philosophy to science, theology and anthropology to economics, law, politics, art and social order --- everything."  ("What's a Worldview Anyway?" Focus on the Family, July-Aug...

Thursday, July 21st
Author(s): Mark Landsbaum

AB 651 Suicide by any other name is suicideBy Mark Landsbaum  Medical advances and longer lives pose difficult questions. Should we pull the plug? May we starve to death someone in a coma? Are feeding tubes extraordinary medical treatment, or merely basic care? Christians can and do disagree.  But legislation pending in Sacramento doesn't split such hairs. It's not about whether to pull a plug, or which machine to disconnect. It simply would make suicide legal, and protect doctors from prosecution, lawsuits and professional discipline if they prescribe poison. You don't find respirators or...

Thursday, July 21st
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Chinese Pastor Put on Trial in Beijing Court RoomThe Voice of the MartyrsPastor Cai Zhuohua, the leader of six Beijing-area house churches, was put on trial Thursday morning in a Beijing courtroom for alleged "illegal business practices."The trial lasted about four-and-a-half hours, longer than expected according to Chinese VOM sources. The verdict was not announced.Cai was on trial along with his wife, Xiao Yunfei; her brother, Xiao Gaowen; and his wife, Hu Jinyun.Nine lawyers had volunteered to represent the accused Christians, but the judge allowed only five of them into the courtroom....

Thursday, July 21st
Author(s): Brannon Howse

How the Most Misquoted Verse in the Bible Is Destroying America By Brannon S. Howse   Tolerance mongers seem to have found the one absolute truth they are willing to live by. How many times have you heard someone say, "Judge not lest you be judged"? The statement has become the great American open-mindedness mantra when anyone has the courage to declare that someone else's belief, actions or lifestyle is morally amiss.  Another form of the same non-judgmental judgment is "that may be true for you, but it's not true for me."  The logic behind the statement goes something like this: "Your truth...

Tuesday, July 19th

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Author(s): Ron Carlson

The "Abomination" of Harry PotterBy Jason Carlson and Ron Carlson I've got some great ideas for a new series of children's books.  Let me share some of them with you: 1) Perry Hotter and the Dirty Crack Pipe- A young boy is shipped off to live in an inner-city crack house.  In this crack house, the boy is trained in the ways of illicit drug production, use, and distribution.  Perry has wonderful adventures learning about creating more effective highs, outwitting the bad crack dealers, and teaching other young kids about the joys of drug use. 2) Perry Hotter and the Jihadist's Bomb-belt- A...

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