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Monday, July 11th
Author(s): Jason Carlson

"Why the Secular Left Despise the Christian Right"By Ron and Jason Carlson Many people in the Evangelical Christian community fail to understand the true underlying cause of the Secular Left's antagonism for the Christian Right of America.  Many Christians assume it is because of our opposition to abortion, or the homosexual lifestyle, or our desire for alternative theories to evolution to be taught in the classroom; and while all of these are related to the Secular Left's vitriol, none of them strike to the core of the matter.  No, there is a much deeper and far less recognized cause for the...

Sunday, July 10th
Author(s): Kirk Cameron

Open Air at a Public High SchoolI have a friend named Joey who loves people, and therefore shares the gospel with them. He has a unique approach with strangers. He calls it "iPod evangelism." He walks up to people with his iPod in hand and asks them if they would like to do an audio interview for a new website. Most are very willing and agree to let him record them. He begins with the question, "If you saw a human and a cat drowning in a swimming pool, which would you save first?" Most all say, "The human, of course." Then Joey asks, "Why?" which leads into a values and worldview statement...

Sunday, July 10th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Keeping the Sabbath Holy Christians are a small minority in Pakistan—only about 2 percent of a population of 160 million people. Some endure discrimination and persecution, and most are deprived of basic rights.      Poor and uneducated, many Christians are forced to work at pottery factories or labor as brick kiln workers earning no more than the equivalent of $2 (U.S.) a day.      Such is the situation for Christian Shaukat Masih. His boss threatened to beat him if he continued to attend church services rather than report to work on Sunday mornings. Shaukat told his boss he would be happy...

Sunday, July 10th

The Response to Terror and Radical Islam: Trying to Make Sense of the SenselessBy Jan Markell I have said before that we are in an upside down world: Black is white, up is down, down is up, right is wrong, wrong is right (Isaiah 5:20), and all talk in politically-correct doublespeak.  Thankfully some truth-tellers remain out there, but their numbers are dwindling as they cave to what they think is expedient and even sound reasoning.  This is the age of strong delusion (II Thess. 2).  Here are a few examples, most coming out of the recent G8 meetings in Scotland: ·        Tony Blair emerged...

Sunday, July 10th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Separation of Church and Stateby Kerby Anderson              When Thomas Jefferson first used the phrase "wall of separation," it is certain that he never would have anticipated the controversy that surrounds that term two centuries later. The metaphor has become so powerful that most Americans are more familiar with Jefferson's phrase than the actual language of the Constitution.[1]             In one sense, the idea of separation of church and state is an accurate description of what must take place between the two institutions. History is full of examples (e.g., inquisition) of the dangers...

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