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Short Version: Too Busy To Watch The Full Hour Program on Muslim Man Finally Arrested For Threatening Worldview Weekend. Watch This Condensed Version After days of bringing international attention to...
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Just Released: WVW-TV News: Massive Security & Law Enforcement Failure Revealed as Muslim Man that Brandished Weapons & Threatened Worldview Weekend is Arrested 12 Days Later with Weapons...
Saturday, April 22nd  op-ed:    Twelve days after a Muslim man sat in his car in the parking lot of our Sioux Falls Christian Worldview Weekend brandishing 5 weapons, hundreds of rounds of...
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14th Annual Ozarks Worldview Weekend Topics & Speakers    100% New Material. Lot of New Speakers  When: April 28, 29, 30, 2017 Where: Osage Beach, Missouri At The Tan-Tar-A Resort.  For: All ages...
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Wednesday, August 29th
Author(s): Rusty Wright

Can You Forgive Michael Vick? By Rusty Wright Public reaction to football star Michael Vick's confession and apology for dog fighting has been passionate and polarized.  Was he sincere?  Or was it just a last resort when cornered by the law, a PR move to help rehabilitate his image and financial future? The crimes were abhorrent.  Underperforming canines were executed by hanging and drowning.  This sickening stuff hits many folks in their guts, hard and deep. He faces legal consequences.  But should you and I forgive him? Genuine Contrition? Vick says, "Dog fighting is a terrible thing, and I...

Wednesday, August 29th
Author(s): Ray Baumann

What Happens When the Church Puts Primary Value on Attendance and Not on Discipleship and Doctrine If you type "emerging church" in Google™ it will produce over two million links, but if you go to the Yellow Pages, it's nowhere to be found in my area. It is because the emerging church is not a building where people go; it is a thought process or methodology of engaging the culture. I can't remember ever meeting a pastor that affiliated the emerging church with where they stood theologically. Nowhere is there a doctrinal statement to which emerging leaders adhere. It is a way of thinking that...

Wednesday, August 29th
Author(s): Dwayna Litz

Pop Kabbalah: Mocking the Name of God Lately I have been researching pop culture Kabbalah. I wanted to learn more about it in the process of studying messianic cults. The Kabbalah is the Hebrew occult. It offers basically anything any person needs or wants: health, wealth, fertility, "cleansing," and POWER over this life, past lives, and lives yet to come through reincarnation. There is an emphasis on the goddess spirit, too, with books offered at the Kabbalah Center with titles such as God Wears Lipstick. It alludes, akin to Christians for Biblical Equality (

Wednesday, August 29th

Illinois School Pushes Smut on ChildrenBy J. Matt Barber Illinois School District 126, covering Alsip, Hazelgreen and Oak Lawn, has defended its choice to assign summer reading to 12- and 13-year-olds that is replete with harsh profanity and references to teen sex (even teen sex with adults).   PrairieJunior High School's required reading list for rising 8th graders gave children six books to choose from over the summer.  Parents have complained that three of the six books contain adult content which is highly age-inappropriate.  Those complaints, however, have fallen on deaf ears.  At a...

Wednesday, August 29th
Author(s): Charley Adams

What Kind of Young Adult Do You Want at the End of Your Parenting Years?  Late August/Early's that time of year again. You know it from all the sales going on at the stores. In fact, I heard (no hard evidence) that the sales of back-to-school supplies and dorm furnishing supplies are second only to Christmas! Yes, it's the time of year that most of America kiss their young ones goodbye, pack them onto the yellow bus, and then head off to do whatever it is these adults do when their children are not with them.... These moms (and dads) are assuming they are doing the best by...

Tuesday, August 28th
Author(s): Barry Rubin

Engage, Moderate, SplitBarry RubinAugust 25, 2007Engage, moderate, and split-that's the mantra for Middle East policy of the wrong-headed in many foreign ministries, newspaper editorial offices, universities, and other places where the rapidly growing international bad-ideas industry is centered.Yet nothing could seem more self-evident than these propositions. What could possibly be wrong with engaging radical forces, persuading them to change their ways, and breaking up their alliances?I'm glad you asked. Here is how these apparently obviously correct ideas are dangerous and even disastrous....

Tuesday, August 28th
Author(s): Phyllis Schlafly

The Latest Fad In Public Schools by Phyllis Schlafly, August 29, 2007 Every few years a new fad sweeps across the public schools. We've had self-esteem, new math, whole language, New Age, outcome-based education, school-to-work, mental health screening, school-based clinics, global education, diversity, multiculturalism, and early childhood education.The newest public school fad was announced last week on the front page of the New York Times, so educators must be taking it seriously. If it hasn't come to your town yet, no doubt it will come soon.Freshmen at Dwight Morrow High School in New...

Tuesday, August 28th
Author(s): Jim Elliff

 A Helper Suitable for Francis SchaefferBy Susan Verstraeteand Jim Elliff's Christian Communicators Worldwide Edith Seville was ready for a fight. The announced topic for the young people's meeting in her liberal Presbyterian church was "How I know that Jesus is Not the Son of God, and How I Know that the Bible is not the Word of God." The speaker was confident that everyone in the room either agreed with his heretical premise or could be easily persuaded to do so. Edith, on the other hand, was determined to challenge him. She listened carefully, mentally preparing what she would say in...


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