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Wednesday, April 25th
The following is a portion of the transcript from Brannon’s television program The Worldview Weekend Hour. To read the entire transcript and the embedded video clips go to  ...
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              How We Are Losing Our Freedom of Religion & Speech For press interviews please e-mail: [email protected] or call or text 573-216-9400     Brannon Howse: Good evening....
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Monday, November 5th
Author(s): Ray Comfort

Police ShootoutNovember 5, 2007The police had their guns drawn and aimed at both Kirk and me as we lay in the dirt. I could hardly believe what was happening. Just seconds earlier we had been standing on a sidewalk, when two police cars sped towards us with their sirens blaring. We ran down the sidewalk, threw a bag of money into the trunk of our car, and like two terrified gazelles, ran into an open park. That's when we heard instructions to hit the dirt and toss our guns.As I lay on my face, I listened to my loud breathing. The ski mask I was wearing was hindering my intake, and I was...

Monday, November 5th
Author(s): Steve Cornell

Is the Bible really from God? Part 1By Steve Cornell, it becomes necessary to restate what many considered obvious for years. Such a time has come regarding the origin and nature of the Bible. A number of popular authors and speakers (particularly in the EmergentChurch) are unclear about their commitment to the Scripture as God's Word. At the present moment in the life of the Church, there is an urgent need to reaffirm with deep conviction and clarity the divine origin of Scripture. I. The Origin of the Bible:The word "Bible" is derived from the Greek...

Friday, November 2nd

Homosexuality:  What's all the Fuss?      By J. Matt Barber My 19 year-old brother, Jared, recently shared his thoughts in a brief essay on today's politically correct, post-modern concept of "tolerance."  I'm admittedly biased, but I thought he exhibited insight beyond his years.  He did, however, open the door for a debate on whether Christians focus too much attention on the sin of homosexuality while giving other sins a pass.  His musings and my response follow:   Tolerance?Jared Barber "Certain things, if not seen as lovely or detestable, are not being correctly seen at all." – C.S....

Friday, November 2nd
Author(s): Andrew Longman

The Truth About Christian Support for Mitt RomneyOne of the great services of the Christian World View Network is that it brings to light things which otherwise would carry on as successful deceptions.I think that is one of the major reasons that the site is such an assistance to Christians. The reader comes to this site to find out; carefully investigated, carefully exposited, truth.  Reasons abound whereby the blathering main stream media doesn't get around to truth-telling.  But the bottom line is it's just not their business any more.  Truth doesn't excite the main stream press at all. It...

Thursday, November 1st
Author(s): Bruce Carlson

"The Age Of Visualcy"           Welcome, reluctant pilgrims, to the Age of Visualcy.          More than every, we are an image-driven culture.  Whereas in the not too distant past, a picture was worth a mere thousand words, today the perfect image may substitute for a million characters scattered across a thousand pages.          We see; therefore, we are.          If I might add a corollary to this altered philosophical proposition, I would say, "We are what we see.""Come and let us reason together," has fallen on hard times.          We have always processed the comings and goings of the...

Thursday, November 1st
Author(s): Walter Martin

Rock the Boat!by Walter Martin        We are suffering today from an endemic disease: this disease in the Christian world is known by its Latin name as Nonrockaboatus.  What it really means is- whatever you do, no rocka de boat!  The Nonrockaboatus mentality must stop.  We must deal with our brothers and sisters who have been asleep so long they make Rip Van Winkle look like a kindergartner.     The Church has been asleep while the Kingdom of the Cults and the Occult has grown into the hundreds of millions in the United States and on our mission fields.  They out-work us.  They out-give us. ...

Thursday, November 1st
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Yes, Robert Schuller Really Said Those Things and Yes, People Who Should Know Better Are Going To Speak For His Conferenceby Brannon HowseWe are re-posting this article on Robert Schuller after it came to light, from other national news outlets, that many evangelicals are running to speak at Schuller's national conference. This conference is called, "Rethink". would these evangelicals run to speak for Robert Schuller at his church, the Crystal Catherdal? Why would these evangelicals share the platform with emergent church leaders? Many emergent church...

Thursday, November 1st
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

The Torn Robe J. Michael Sharman            King Josiah lived about 450 years after his ancestor Solomon had dedicated the Temple in Jerusalem. Since then, Josiah's father Amon had done "what was evil in the sight of the Lord, as Manasseh his father had done."[1]In the early years of Josiah's kingship, when his workers were doing a restoration project on the Temple, they found some old scrolls stuffed in a corner.[2]             When the scrolls were brought to Josiah, he read them and was overwhelmed. They were not the notes of a historian or the memorial of a long deceased king, but they...


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