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Worldview Weekend Foundation P.O. Box 1690 Collierville, TN 38027 wvwfoundation.com    Dear Friends, 2016 was a great year of global ministry outreach for our radio and television ministries as well...
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                      The following is a transcript from the The Worldview Weekend Hour with Host Brannon Howse.    Brannon Howse:    Maybe you didn't see program number one. And if you didn't see...
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                          Why Did God Allow Donald Trump to Win The White House:  Blessing, Judgment, Protection, or All Three?   By Brannon S. Howse www.worldviewtimes.com    The following is a...
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Wednesday, July 11th
Author(s): Dwayna Litz

Feminists Disdaining Authority These "evangelical" feminists continue on their quest to give Ephesians 5 a new meaning. But, Christ is still the "head" of the church, nevertheless, and marriage is a picture of the relationship Christ has with the church. Yes, the Bible teaches mutual submission, in that the husband is to honor the wife just like his own body. It is a picture of how Christ loves the church. But with this point conceded to the feminists, the structure remains that Christ is head over the church just as the husband is head over the wife and home. Christ leads, and the church...

Wednesday, July 11th
Author(s): Mark Creech

What's an 'AWOL machine'?By Rev. Mark H. CreechWhile attending the annual convention of the American Council on Alcohol Problems (ACAP) in September of last year, Dan Ireland, president of that organization, came up to me and asked: "Mark, when are you folks in North Carolina going to do something about those AWOL machines being marketed out of Greensboro." My response was one of complete surprise, responding: "What's an AWOL machine?" That's when Ireland educated me about one of the newest and worst forms of alcohol abuse, I believe, ever known to man. AWOL stands for "Alcohol Without Liquid...

Wednesday, July 11th
Author(s): Donald Hank

The New Christianity: Be Nice to the Left, Smear the Right A while back I wrote a tongue-in-cheek column entitled "Say Something Nice," relating to a campaign started by Mitch Carnell, a leader at the FirstBaptistChurch in Charleston, SC, who wanted Christian groups to say nice things about each other. In it I said that I was following Mitch's idea to always say nice things about everyone, so when my young son asked me about Adolf Hitler, I said only nice things about him and as a result, my son now admires Hitler. (No relation with reality here). Recently Mitch showed his true colors in a...

Wednesday, July 11th
Author(s): Woodrow Kroll

Five Decades of Decline We cannot assume any biblical knowledge on the part of our hearers at all: the most elementary Bible stories are completely unknown.     Furthermore, the situation is getting worse.  D. A. CARSON   Have you had opportunity to watch one of the late night theologians?  David Letterman and Jay Leno have gone head-to-head for years in the late-night TV wars.  And while they both can be tasteless or hilarious, Jay Leno does a piece on The Tonight Show called "Jaywalking" that is a scream.   He goes out on the street, sticks a microphone under the nose of passersby and asks...

Wednesday, July 11th
Author(s): Bill Muehlenberg

Jesus and Judgment We live in a culture that is biblically illiterate. Most people have no or very little idea of what is actually in the Bible. Unfortunately, that assessment is true of many Christians as well. Not all believers have a strong, working understanding of their scriptures, and even many less would actually have ever read the book right through, cover to cover. It is not surprising therefore that in such an environment, when the Bible is appealed to, it is often treated more like a meal at a cafeteria, where people pick and choose those bits they are interested in, and ignore...

Wednesday, July 11th
Author(s): Bruce Carlson

"Guess What?" New Orleans is Still A Mess Guess what?New Orleans is a mess – still!I know this to be true because Anderson Cooper told me so.  He and his 360 crew were in southern Louisiana last week "keeping them honest."  "Them" being the thousands of workers, both public and private, who are invested with public trust and massive amounts of Federal monies.Guess what?Some of it ain't working all that well.Remember the nearly three billion dollars worth of FEMA-bought trailers moved into New Orleans for temporary housing?  Well, most of them are now pastured on a trailer farm in Jasper, TX,...

Tuesday, July 10th
Author(s): Jim Elliff

Seeking Miraculous Healings: Musings and Cautions Jim Elliff  "While John performed no sign, yet everything John said about this man [Christ] was true" (John 10:41).   Could anyone doubt that God was powerfully at work through the life of John the Baptist? Jesus said there was none like him (Matt. 11:11) and assigned him a strategic place of importance in the unfolding history of redemption. Like many great saints to follow, he did not do any miracles. Should we consider the miraculous essential to our Christianity? Yes, of course, if you mean that a miracle is something inexplicable, the...

Tuesday, July 10th
Author(s): Marshall Foster

America at the Tipping Point                                              The Wizardry World of Harry Potter Theme Park is being built in Orlando, Florida by Universal Resorts.  It will be open in 2009, complete with Hogswart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.  Welcome to the virtual reality world of entertainment which has captured the youth of America.  Millions of people each year will be taught at this theme park how to become witches, cast spells, conjure up spirits, and ride brooms. For many of the readers of this Journal who are biblically trained, the worldview of the Harry Potter...

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