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Wednesday, September 2nd
        The following is an excerpt from Brannon's new book: The Coming Religious Reich: Exposing the Sinister Influences Sweeping The World Toward A Satanic Global Empire. Click here to order your...
Wednesday, September 2nd
Unexpected events reveal uncomfortable truths about human nature, as demonstrated by two nearly simultaneous events on opposite sides of the world last Friday. In Fort Benning, Georgia, a large press...
Wednesday, September 2nd
In a typically cynical article, “GOP presidential candidates have a new country to bash: the People’s Republic of China,” Politico complains about “China-bashing” by various Republican candidates....
Sunday, August 23rd
The Third Reich Was Bad. The Fourth Will Be Worse. Click here to order now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com/products/books/coming-religious-reich Looking back at the horrors of World War II many...
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Wednesday, April 25th
Author(s): Bill Muehlenberg

A review of Deluded By Dawkins? By Andrew Wilson  This is the second book-length response to Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion. Like the other volume by Alister McGrath, this one is also penned by an Englishman. And like the other volume, it is relatively brief (112 pages). That is because both authors found Dawkins' book to be quite thin as to its actual arguments against the existence of God. Indeed, Wilson finds only three chapters in the Dawkins' book which actually deal with this question. And he is rightly perplexed as to why there is not a single mention of the most central Christian...

Wednesday, April 25th
Author(s): John Paul Brannon

Giving God a PassBy Paul Shelby Lewis Trendy doctrine runs through the church just like trendy fashions run through our culture.  The two that seem to have come full swing are the soft-soap, "do-it-yourself" salvation of the emergent church, and the polar opposite position of Calvinism.  This article is concerned with the latter.  Now, there are many verses that both Calvinists and non-Calvinists throw back and forth at each other, but I'd like to examine a small part of Christ's Sermon on the Mount, and its implications for Calvinists.            Consider the words of our Lord in Matthew...

Wednesday, April 25th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

The United States Supreme Court's Ban on Partial Birth AbortionJ. Michael Sharman  On April 18, 2007, the United States Supreme Court in Gonzales v. Carhart described two methods for aborting a child after the first trimester of pregnancy.  The first method they described, the standard "D &E" operation, was not challenged by the Partial Birth Abortion Act of 2003 and is still legal after the Court's decision. The second method described is the  intact, or partial birth, abortion method and the Supreme Court upheld its being declared illegal.Here is the Court's description of the "D &...

Wednesday, April 25th
Author(s): Jim Elliff

The Change of MindBy Jim ElliffThe young man was dying-without Christ. "I have a habit," he said, as he looked up from the bed that had been moved into the living room for his last few weeks on earth. "I know that it is sin and that God does not permit it. I want to continue my habit, however, and I honestly don't intend to stop it. On the other hand, I desperately want to go to heaven. May I become a Christian?" How would you answer this question? I responded by saying that it was impossible for him to be converted to Christ while at the same time loving his sin. It is true that anybody who...

Wednesday, April 25th
Author(s): Phyllis Schlafly

Bush's Plan To Bankrupt Social Security   by Phyllis Schlafly,President Bush's secret plan for Social Security has just been released to the public in response to a Freedom of Information lawsuit filed by TREA Senior Citizens League, a million-member seniors advocacy group. For four years, the President carried on an energetic public relations campaign to promote his plan to privatize part of Social Security, but he kept under White House lock and key the "Totalization" agreement his administration secretly made with Mexico in June 2004.Is that any way to run the government, or to commit...

Wednesday, April 25th
Author(s): Paul Kengor

Boris Yeltsin and the Horror HouseBy Dr. Paul Kengor Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin died this week at age 76, on the heels of two decades of both extraordinary health problems and political achievements. His presidency ran from June 1991 through December 31, 1999-almost the entirety of the 1990s, a decade that will be viewed as one of the most significant in Russia's long history, especially if the nation ultimately becomes a stable free-market democracy. He was a tumultuous man at a tumultuous time-tough, candid, colorful, to hell and back. He was a complete anti-communist, the...

Wednesday, April 25th
Author(s): Jonathan R. Whitehead

Celebrating a 35-Minute LifeBy Jonathan R. Whitehead A few weeks ago, the Kansas City Star wrote about church with an illness - a mega-church with micro-accountability. 1    Last Sunday and Monday, it covered the antidote.  2 Jessica and David Weatherford were told in November that Jessica was carrying a baby boy. But they were also told that he carried an extra copy of chromosome 13 in each of his cells. This little difference had caused many of baby Zeke's organs to start forming outside of his body, and he was unlikely to survive outside the womb.Almost certainly, the Weatherfords were...

Tuesday, April 24th
Author(s): Steve Cornell

Sexual Temptation: A sobering storyBy Steve Cornell  "One day I was visited by a young man in his thirties, who had a personal problem. He told his story somewhat like this: 'I work for such -and-such a company, and I have a private office. Several months ago my secretary was absent and I had to use another girl.  One day she brought papers for my perusal; she got too close, and when she leaned over the desk, she let her hair trail across my face. I fought it down, but after all, I am a man, and toward the end of the day I put my hand on her and she came right back to be kissed. Even while...

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