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Tuesday, March 31st
WVW-TV Presents: Pearl Harbor 2.0? Are Russia & China Preparing For War with the United States? Click here to watch now:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3dPZhsi-HU WVW Broadcast Network is a...
Monday, March 30th
Please Re-post. LIVE 8pm CT Wednesday and Thursday night on the report released by the National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service regarding drafting America's daughters, mandatory...
Thursday, March 26th
WVW-TV Presents: Socialists & Coronavirus Fake Numbers to Collapse U.S., Defeat Trump, Push a Digital Dollar & Control Americans and Others Around the World? Click here to watch now:https://...
Thursday, March 26th
Guest: Michael Weiner. The Coronavirus emergency legislation by the U.S. Congress is going to cost America many trillions. How will this impact your finances and the value of the dollar? Is America...
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Sunday, March 12th
Author(s): Lowell Scott

"I'll Pray About It" Some time ago, American slang developed a new vernacular - to "cop-out," roughly defined as: a lame excuse, a pretext, a going back on your responsibilities to avoid trouble, a cowardly or feeble evasion. "I'll pray about it" has become a "cop-out" for many, a quick answer when challenged to get up off their padded pews, [or cinema style stadium seat, complete with cup holder] and take action on behalf of the Church of Jesus Christ.  What lucky few of us have not heard it?  "Well, I don't know if I should get involved, tell you what – I'll pray about it, and let you know...

Sunday, March 12th
Author(s): Brian Flynn

Lectio Divina-Sacred DivinationBy Brian FlynnModern day contemplative prayer movement stems from the monastic period of Christianity (early middle ages), which was a time of experimentation and mystical practices. One of the practices, lectio divina, meaning sacred reading, involved taking a page of Scripture and reading it over and over again.  Friar Luke Dysinger, a present-day monk at Saint Andrews Abbey, describes lectio divina this way: "Choose a text of the Scriptures ... Place yourself in a comfortable position and allow yourself to become silent. Some Christians focus for a few...

Saturday, March 11th
Author(s): Robert Meyer

Why the left is wrong about the religious rightOne of the most popular themes in the forum of political discussion, and usually the object of profuse castigation, is the perceived agenda of the "religious right." We hear scattered quotations from the likes of its chief commanders, such as Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell, and James Dobson among others. The purpose of peppering us with these comments is to convince us that these men are leading a virtual movement of conquest. They are giving marching orders to their glazed-eyed automatons, telling them to reclaim America by every conceivable means...

Saturday, March 11th
Author(s): Dwayna Litz

A Revival of Gnosticism: "Christians for Biblical Equality" Would you like to join a "Christian" group to learn and experience Gnosticism first hand? You may become a full-fledged Gnostic without even knowing it by they time they are done with you! Apparently, this "new" gospel, this "new" definition of "god" ("he"/"she" or "it", whatever you choose!) and "new" Bible interpretation for certain verses is really taking off and on the move! You can find booths at places like seminaries, Christian university campuses, and mission fairs! As Peter Jones says, "The Gnostic Empire strikes again!"Now...

Friday, March 10th
Author(s): Ron Gleason

Postmodernism & the ModernChurch (II)How Should We Define and Describe Modern Evangelicalism?D.A. Carson, Chuck Colson, Charles Dunahoo, Douglas Groothuis, Ken Myers, Nancy Pearcey, David Wells, myself, and a host of others have made very cogent cases for the fact that the modern Emergent Church is really nothing new under the sun. In fact, each in his or her own way has made the case that a lion's share of Postmodernism is warmed over German theological liberalism.The return to votive candles, prayer labyrinths, contemplative prayer, a notion of unprecedented toleration with a view to...

Friday, March 10th

 By Ken Silva  " 'These people honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me. They worship me in vain; their teachings are but rules taught by men' " [1]  In this series I will present conclusive evidence that there are those in and around Emergent-US who have found the emphasis on "Christian" mystic traditions–a core doctrine of the theology of the Emerging Church–fertile ground in which to plant neo-pagan spiritual elements absolutely hostile to the historic Christian faith. We will begin to look at Brian McLaren's involvement with the "living spiritual teacher" Alan Jones, who...

Thursday, March 9th

Emerging Mysticism in New Evangelicalism (Part Two) By Ken Silva  In part one I established that Richard Foster is one of the "key mentors" in the Emerging Church movement. There is also no doubt that the spiritual disciplines/practices he promotes are a key factor in the mystic spirituality foundational to the EC. That Brian McLaren is one of the most prominent theologians in the EC is also beyond dispute, and most particularly in the more spiritually corrupt Emergent strain. We also saw that McLaren recommends both of his friends Richard Foster, author of Celebration of Discipline (COD),...

Thursday, March 9th

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Author(s): Tom DeWeese

The "Specter" of condemnation hangs over all property By Tom DeWeeseIt's unfortunate for property owners that the battle for the right to own and control their land has fallen on the shrugging shoulders of Senator Arlen Specter (R-PA). The Senator is Chairman of the powerful Senate Judiciary Committee, which will decide the fate of the Property Rights Protection Act, (S.1313). That's why the bill's future doesn't look promising. The bill was introduced in the Senate by Senator John Cornyn, (R-TX) on June 27, 2005, as an immediate response to the infamous Supreme Court decision, Kelo VS New...

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