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Friday, October 20th
WVW-TV Presents: John Piper in His Own Words Exposes his Heretical Christian Hedonism & Unbiblical Definition of Evil & Original Sin Click here to watch now before this program rolls into the...
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A high-profile, local case is making its way through federal court.   After posting videos on Facebook in April, Ehab Jaber of Sioux Falls was charged with possession of a firearm by a prohibited...
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Tuesday, September 26th
Author(s): James Simpson

The credibility of mainstream political polls took a serious hit following the 2016 election. Most predicted an easy victory for Hillary Clinton. The entire political class believed she was a shoo-in, and that the election would be a mere formality. But the polls and the pundits were wrong, glaringly so. It appears they are wrong again, because they persist in making the same mistakes they have been making for years. Most pollsters and pundits report that President Trump’s approval ratings are in the tank — consistently in the mid- to upper-30 percent range. His disapproval rates average a...

Tuesday, September 26th
Author(s): Matthew Vadum

It’s a political earthquake, of sorts. Maybe a small one. A 3.0 or a 4.0, at least. Just before 10 p.m., Roy Moore had 173,483 votes (56.5 percent) and was leading temporary incumbent Luther Strange who had 133,509 (43.5 percent) in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate in Alabama. AP has called the race for Moore and Strange has conceded. President Trump, for reasons only he knows, backed the squishy Strange over Moore. Trump’s former White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon and former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin backed Moore. Strange was appointed to the seat after Jeff...

Tuesday, September 26th
Author(s): John Ankerberg

Dr. John Ankerberg: Erwin, as we’ve been looking at the topic of death over the past few weeks, you’ve mentioned to me that there is a lot of comfort Christians can gain by looking at Jesus’ death. Why don’t you share that with us now. Dr. Erwin Lutzer: John, what I’d like to do is to use the life of Jesus Christ as an ex­ample of our own death and to show all of God’s providential ways in the death of Christ. And those, as we shall see, apply to us as well because we can also ask the “if onlys” when it comes to the life and death of Jesus. For example, let’s begin by pointing out that He...

Tuesday, September 26th
Author(s): Worldview News Team

People that think that an EMP attack by North Korea is a lot of conspiracy talk should really do their homework as Fox News has done. A report on September 25, 2017 by Fox News and reported on by Brett Bair on Special Report declared: [Quote] For more than 15 years, security and intelligence officials — including former CIA Director James Woolsey — have been raising the alarm bells about the vulnerability of the U.S. power grid to an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack. Only now as tensions with North Korea quickly escalate — with the rogue nation refusing to back down from its nuclear testing...

Tuesday, September 26th
Author(s): Soren Kern

More than 50,000 jihadists are now living in Europe. — Gilles de Kerchove, EU Counterterrorism Coordinator. Europol, the European police office, has identified at least 30,000 active jihadist websites, but EU legislation no longer requires internet service providers to collect and preserve metadata — including data on the location of jihadists — from their customers due to privacy concerns. De Kerchove said this was hindering the ability of police to identify and deter jihadists. German authorities are hunting for dozens of members of one of the most violent jihadist groups in Syria,...

Tuesday, September 26th
Author(s): Soren Kern

by Soeren Kern September 17, 2017 at 5:00 am   "It's not clear to me why the Secretary of State wishes to at once usurp the powers of the Congress and then to derail his boss's rapprochement with the Israeli government." — Foreign policy operative, quoted in the Washington Free Beacon. Since he was sworn in as Secretary of State on February 1, Rex Tillerson and his advisors at the State Department have made a number of statements and policy decisions that contradict President Trump's key campaign promises on foreign policy...

Tuesday, September 26th
Author(s): Robert Knight

Two remarkable things unfolded last week. The Democrats openly embraced socialism in the form of single-payer health care. And they announced a secular, anti-Christian test for public office. The two go together like Abbott and Costello. Or better yet, since this is far from funny, Marx and Lenin. “Democratic Socialist” Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’ scheme for a single-payer, government-run health care system has already been endorsed by 16 Democratic senators. A similar bill introduced by Rep. John Conyers, Michigan Democrat, has 117 co-sponsors. The proposed law would give the federal...

Monday, September 25th
Author(s): Worldview News Team

WVW-TV Presents: 7 Signs of The Times (Program #5) with Dr. Andy Woods Click here to watch now:    


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