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Monday, February 27th
WVW-TV Presents: How Abrogation Reveals Errors in the Koran with Host Usama Dakdok  http://www.worldviewweekend.com/tv/video/how-abrogation-reveals-errors-koran   If you appreciate our broadcast...
Saturday, February 18th
WVW-TV Presents This Special Report: Hear From Dozens of Experts on the Threat of a Terrorist Cyber-Attack On The U.S. Power-Grid, Banking, & Critical Infrastructure (3 Hours of Programs Combined...
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WVW-TV Presents: The Worldview of Globalist George Soros Exposed (Part 2) This program is brought to you in part as a ministry of Worldview Weekend Foundation. Thank you for your tax deductible...
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A Verse By Verse Study of Revelation (Lesson #11)  This program is brought to you in part as a ministry of Worldview Weekend Foundation. Thank you for your support at www.wvwfoundation.com  Watch...
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Monday, August 6th
Author(s): Steve Cornell

When the lost and disobedient turn back to Godby Steve Cornell Do you know someone who has drifted away from God? The story Jesus told (in Luke 15:11-32) of the lost son offers a graphic picture of turning back to God. I observe five essential parts:  1. Circumstantial consequences of godless living: 11 "Jesus continued: "There was a man who had two sons. 12 The younger one said to his father, 'Father, give me my share of the estate.' So he divided his property between them. 13 "Not long after that, the younger son got together all he had, set off for a distant country and there squandered...

Monday, August 6th
Author(s): Marsha West

Harry, Yoda and YogaBy Marsha West Quicker than you can say "Quiddich" a wizard's broomstick rocketed to the sky and inscribed a smoke trail message for all the world to see… Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows…has arrived!  The long-awaited book was released at the stroke of midnight on July 21, putting an end to the suspense.  The Potterites, under Harry's spell for 10 years, now know his fate.   Parents waited in long lines with their youngsters for hours on end so that little Danielle would have first crack at reading the seventh and final book in J. K. Rowling's phenomenally successful...

Sunday, August 5th
Author(s): Thomas E. Brewton

The Handwriting is on the Wall!By Thomas E. BrewtonBut too many of us can't understand it.The sermon at Black Rock-Long Ridge Congregational Church (North  Stamford, Connecticut) was delivered by Pastor Larry Fullerton.  His  text was Daniel, chapter 5, the famous account of the fateful writing  that mysteriously appeared on the wall at Belshazzar's feast.Neither Belshazzar, nor his sorcerers and magicians could understand  the message.  But Daniel, a righteous man of God, understood and  delivered God's message of doom, a message that unhappily applies to  our modern-day, largely Godless...

Saturday, August 4th
Author(s): John Paul Brannon

The Hilarity and Arrogance of Global WarmingPaul Shelby Lewis How can you possibly deny the science behind global warming!!!!?????   That's the typical response to anyone who dares suggest that the integrity of the hysteria surrounding the so-called catastrophe-in-the-making is anything but pure.  Even though the scientists that propound such theories are right about as often as, well, themselves (there really is no comparison for their ineptitude), if you dare suggest that the rise in automobile use might only correlate with the recent rise in temperatures (rather than causing it), you risk...

Friday, August 3rd

There's No Such Thing as LuckJan Markellwww.olivetreeviews.org   Minneapolis and St. Paul are known as the Twin Cities. Only the Mississippi river comes between us, and right now, there are a lot of cars at the bottom of that river.  There are people down there as well.  My hometown is shaken and will have a gaping hole for at least two years.  If you are in cities that have had tragedies, you know the sickening feeling.  However, all tragedies have another side to them which I will talk about briefly. First, thanks to so many of you from literally around the world who wrote asking about the...

Thursday, August 2nd
Author(s): Bruce Carlson

 Living in the blistering heat of the Great Southwest precludes us from enjoying much exposure to the big, beautiful, double-coated, longhaired canine of the Great Northwest.Snow dogs get creeped out at the insanity of August in Dallas.  Rumor is that three Huskies recently tried to break in the Polar Bear cage at the Fort Worth zoo.Having returned from a two-week vacation in Northern Idaho, I find myself missing the companionship of the state's friendly and proportionately massive population of Australian Shepherds.They outnumber people two to one.The Syringa is the state flower.  The Blue...

Thursday, August 2nd
Author(s): Harry Valentine

S. Korean Martyrs: Where is the Outrage?  Where is the Prayer? "Thus says the LORD: 'A voice was heard in Ramah,Lamentation and bitter weeping,Rachel weeping for her children,Refusing to be comforted for her children,Because they are no more.'" (Jer 31:15) Recently I was watching a TV news-show which receives comments.  Regarding the Michael Vick dog-fighting frenzy, a person wrote that dog-fighting is "a disgusting act of savagery."  I asked my wife, "What would they say if they could ever see pictures of the remains of aborted babies?"May I also ask you pastors, priests, elders, deacons,...

Thursday, August 2nd
Author(s): Sean McDowell

Worldview with Sean McDowellGeorge Lucas, in a magazine interview, made a comment that represents what many people think today about world religions: "I remember when I was 10 years old, I asked my mother, 'If there's only one God, why are there so many religions?' I've been pondering that question ever since, and the conclusion I've come to is that all religions are true.'"1 Madonna concurs: "I do believe that all paths lead to God. It's a shame that we end up having religious wars, because so many of the messages are the same."2 Sixty percent of young people today would agree that all roads...

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