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Saturday, December 15th
Note: The following is an excerpt from Brannon’s latest best-selling book Marxianity that you can order now at The book is 336 pages with almost 400 footnotes to backup what he is...
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Sunday Night, December 16, 2018, Dr. Andy Woods, Live in Studio at 8pm CT.  Topic: What the Bible says about Syria, Russia, Turkey, & Iran Coming Against Israel, Which Are Now All in Syria, Miles...
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Friday, December 7th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Re-Think or Repent? One Pastor's Response To The Willow Creek Confession By Wayne J. Edwards    A little over twenty years ago, the "seeker sensitive" movement was introduced to the American Church through what appeared to be a very successful "church growth" strategy used by the Willow Creek Church, in Chicago, Illinois. The leader of that philosophy of ministry was Bill Hybels, who, through his annual "church growth" seminars, books, tapes, and other forms of media, encouraged pastors to abandon everything they had been taught about how to "do" church and to accept this new paradigm....

Thursday, December 6th
Author(s): Paul Kengor

 "The Judge" (Part II):Reagan's Secret Weapon in Winning the Cold War.With Dr. Paul Kengor Editor's Note: The "V&V Q&A" is an e-publication and a regular feature from the Center for Vision & Values at Grove CityCollege. In this latest edition, the Center interviews its own executive director, Dr. Paul Kengor, on his new book, "The Judge: William P. Clark, Ronald Reagan's Top Hand" (Ignatius Press, 2007), the untold story of Ronald Reagan's closest friend, confidant, and most influential adviser. Bill Clark is widely regarded as the insider who more than any other adviser helped...

Thursday, December 6th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Phony Hate CrimesKerby Anderson  It's bad enough there is so much hate in the world. We don't need people going out and creating phony hate crimes as well. But there seems to be a rash of it, especially on college campuses. The one that got lots of attention this fall took place at GeorgeWashingtonUniversity. Students awoke to a campus blanketed with posters that blared: "HATE MUSLIMS? SO DO WE!!" The posters depicted a "typical Muslim" with "lasers in eyes" and "venom from mouth" and a "suicide vest" and "peg leg for smuggling children and heroin." The poster said it was an advertisement for...

Thursday, December 6th
Author(s): Ray Comfort

Dog and Pony Show?  << Ray, I don't believe dog-n-pony shows should be mixed with the Gospel. "Vain jesting" and the like derides the solemnity and seriousness of the state the Lost is in . . . Light shows, magic tricks and comedy acts have no place with the Gospel>>I'm not sure of this brother's past experiences. Perhaps he has seen some horrible pulpit humor or some distasteful youth-group pranks, mixed in the with message. But I have to make a defense, so that others wont be discouraged from legitimate and biblical ways to reach the lost. His words were in response to me using...

Wednesday, December 5th
Author(s): Steve Camp

Confronting it biblically, seriously, and leave the silly attempts of sarcasm behind There has been a trend lately within certain blogs of the Christian blogging community to treat doctrinal error with a kind of cavalier attitude manifesting itself in humor and sarcasm against the very ones who are promoting the error.  This should not be happening beloved.  This reveals a heart that is calloused against another and their eternal plight.  I'm not talking about giving unvarnished candor; I am for that and try to present that on this blog.  AND, I am not saying that we need to reduce...

Wednesday, December 5th
Author(s): Bob Burney

Playing Footsie With The MuslimsBob Burney This past September 138 of the world's most prominent Muslim theologians, scholars and leaders sent an "open letter" to the worlds Christians.  The title of the document was A Common Word Between Us And You.  It was an extraordinary and somewhat unprecedented communication from the Muslim world.  Ecumenicists around the world were leaping for joy at this "olive branch" from Islam to Christianity.  There were quick and positive responses from the Vatican, the Archbishop of Canterbury and several main-line American Denominations.  It was as if the...

Wednesday, December 5th
Author(s): Walter Martin

Fighting About Nothingby Walter Martin A great evangelist of the past once said that churches by and large have become places where we have soft lights, soft music, and even softer sermons-and as a result people have been lulled into a false sense of security.  I think we have to come to grips with the fact that the end of the ages which the Christian Church must face is upon us.  It is to be a time of great trouble and trial for Christianity.Now, I am not going to argue about the Pretribulation, Midtribulation, or Posttribulation positions or whether Jesus is coming before the Tribulation,...

Wednesday, December 5th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Global Warming Delusionsby Kerby Anderson            Awhile back Daniel Botkin wrote a column in the Wall Street Journal that really challenged those who believe that global warming is a major catastrophe. I was surprised to see it because Professor Botkin used to be my advisor when I was in graduate school at Yale University. He has been an environmental professor at Yale and later at the University of California at Santa Barbara. If there was anyone I would expect to tout the idea that climate change is a catastrophe, it would be him.            He believes that "contrary to the latest news...


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