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Monday, May 22nd
Why is God allowing the Marxists and Muslims to bring such mayhem to America and the world? Brannon takes us to the little book of Nahum to see how God uses evil nations and people to brining...
Monday, May 22nd    On Friday night November 3rd, and Saturday, November 4th, 2017, Worldview Weekend’s WVW-TV will be hosting and live streaming the Understanding & Preparing For The...
Monday, May 22nd
Be sure to read about our international live-stream conference: Understanding & Preparing For The Terroristic Threats Against Your Family, Community, & Nation Details Here: http://www....
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                              Just released. CD or download of Sermons Through Song Volume 2. You can sample, and purchase here:
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Monday, May 8th
Author(s): Robert Knight

In the City of Brotherly Love, you can retain your voter registration no matter what crime you commit. That’s because election officials refuse to take convicted felons off the voter rolls even if they’re still serving time in jail. One potential voter is convicted baby murderer Kermit Gosnell. In May 2013, in a case that shocked the nation, Gosnell was convicted of first-degree murder for killing fully developed babies born alive at his abortion clinic by severing their spines with scissors. He got three life terms, the latter for killing a baby that he joked was so large it could “walk to...

Monday, May 8th
Author(s): Dr. Peter Pry

As the nuclear crisis with North Korea continues to heat up, Pyongyang declaring that U.S. strategic bomber exercises practicing preemptive strikes against the North have brought the sides to the brink of nuclear holocaust, press pundits are full of speculation about what a new Korean War might look like. Overwhelmingly, press commentary and analysis low-balls the North Korean nuclear missile threat. Press reporting focuses on the unreliability of North Korean missiles. Speculation is accepted as gospel that North Korea allegedly does not have a reentry vehicle capable of penetrating the...

Monday, May 8th
Author(s): John Guandolo

The Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) is a terrorist organization.  Specifically, it was created in 1994 by the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood's Palestine Committee, which is Hamas in the United States. This week's UTT Radio Broadcast (30 mins) - which can be heard at - features an interview with UTT's Vice President Chris Gaubatz who worked undercover at Hamas' headquarters in Washington, D.C. (CAIR) nearly ten years ago while posing as a converted muslim. Listen to the UTT radio broadcast:

Tuesday, May 2nd
Author(s): Robert Knight

Many years ago, I witnessed what happens when people who prevent others from speaking are not dealt with promptly. During a “Firing Line” taping with William F. Buckley at Bard College in New York state on the topic of “Resolved: The ACLU is full of baloney” (the short answer is “yes”), two female activists stood up and started chanting “women of color have no voice.” The moderator, a well-known liberal (well, okay, it was Michael Kinsley, who did an otherwise fine job), asked them politely to stop so the debate could continue, but the protesters refused. At this point, he could have motioned...

Tuesday, May 2nd
Author(s): William Gray

INTRODUCTION: The biblical definition of tribulation in the 5th Chapter of Paul's Epistle to the Church at Rome is “affliction, stress, disease, and other difficulties". Why do these things occur to Christians? What should be the attitude of the Christian toward these particular afflictions and stresses that are referred to as tribulation. What follows is a brief look at what the Apostle Paul describes as the correct attitude toward tribulation and afflictions and the reasons why. The Apostle Paul wrote to the Church at Rome and said the following: “And not only so but we glory also in...

Tuesday, May 2nd
Author(s): Cliff Kincaid

When Bill O’Reilly left Fox News he declared, “I am very confident the truth will come out and when it does I don’t know if you are going to be surprised, but I think you are going to be shaken as I am.” Some observers think he was referring not to the sexual harassment allegations against him, but to behind-the-scenes maneuvers by one of Rupert Murdoch’s sons, James, and his very liberal wife, Kathryn. Her bio [1] says, “Between 2007-2011, Ms. Murdoch served as Director of Strategy & Communications for the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) where she also managed CCI ‘s partnership with...

Monday, April 24th
Author(s): Jordan Standridge

Not too long ago, I ran into an old college friend. Sadly, to my shame, we didn’t get along that well in college. As we caught up, it dawned on me what a cool guy he was and how the Lord had been using him as well as helping him to grow. He seemed to really be interested in me and how I was doing. He had obviously grown a lot and it was a great opportunity for me to be reminded of one thing, that sanctification had worked not only in his life but in mine, as well. Over the years, I’m sure I have annoyed a lot of people. When I got to Masters College, I was a young man who was really excited...

Monday, April 24th
Author(s): Jesse Johnson

The Roman Empire may have fallen in the 400’s, but it took a generation of cultural anarchy for the moral implications of that collapse to manifest themselves. By the early 500’s, the “Christian” way of living in Rome had gone the way of Caesars and Senates, and the few believer’s who remained were left adrift. Rome had been a bastion of Christian civilization, but by 500 AD things were so bad that a Christian’s only hope was to hole up in the hills—or so the story goes. The story, by the way, is that of Benedict, a Catholic who took flight from Rome. He believed that the best way to save the...


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