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Brannon Howse Worldview Library of Eight Books Normal Retail is $133Special Package Price: $64.95 Grave Influence (Hard Cover) Religous Trojan Horse (Hard Cover) The Coming Religious Reich (Hard...
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Prayer is surely one of the most blessed of all privileges afforded the child of God. Just to think that sinners, even forgiven sinners, are invited to approach the throne of grace where we will...
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Thursday, May 24th
Author(s): Steve Cornell

Does God's Discipline involve punishment?Is there a difference between what may be called God's general discipline (focused on growth in Christian maturity) and targeted discipline (in response to a particular sin or area of disobedience)? Since Jesus took upon himself the punishment our sin deserved, some are uncomfortable with the opinion that God punishes believers for their sins. Yet, what Jesus' did settled the judicial matter of our eternal destiny whereas discipline primarily focuses on a parental rather than the judicial purpose. But, it is worth pondering the strong imagery of...

Thursday, May 24th
Author(s): Sean McDowell

Altar Calls and the Emerging ChurchA discussion between Tony Jones and Sean McDowell (An installment of the column "Sparks: Iron Sharpens Iron" appearing in The Journal of Student Ministries)   Tony says:Sean, first let me make a confession: I came forward at church camp in 5th grade and "invited Jesus into my life as my personal Lord and Savior." I cried like a baby, too. But then, a few year later, I was a counselor at that camp, and I discovered that the staff set that night up every year. They called it "Cry Night." Of course, it's unfair to dismiss a...

Thursday, May 24th
Author(s): Jim Foy

Can Christians pledge allegiance to Country? Can a Christian pledge allegiance to Country, or is that a sin against God, a type of idolatry, a kind of disloyalty?  To answer that question, let's consider two ideas together since I believe one idea helps clarify the other.  Let's consider both Allegiance to God and Love to God.   God requires our highest allegiance and love.  Compared to other loyalties and loves, the others are as if hate: "If anyone does not hate his father and mother, wife and children, and come after me, he is not worthy of me", and other similar statements Jesus made. ...

Thursday, May 24th
Author(s): David New

THE HOLY TRINITY CHURCH CASE: A GREAT LESSON FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL KIDSBy David W. New, Esq.       Many states are proposing to include an elective course on the Bible in their public schools. Naturally, this proposal has generated much controversy. In March 2007, Time Magazine ran an article "The Case for Teaching the Bible."  The article is about teaching the Bible in the public schools and seemed to favor the idea. See Note 1 to download the article.     According to the U.S. Supreme Court the public schools cannot teach religion. They can teach about religion but they cannot teach religion in...

Thursday, May 24th
Author(s): Paul Kengor

What Matters in MexicoBy Dr. Paul Kengor As conservatives continue to view Mexico through the three-dimensional lens of immigration, immigration, and immigration, they might want to widen their perspective to consider a human-rights atrocity that ought to outrage them as much as border fences. While virtually no one north of the border seemed to be watching, lawmakers in Mexico City overwhelmingly approved a bill to legalize abortion for any reason and under any circumstance during the first 12 weeks of a pregnancy. This is no small measure for some small city. Mexico City has a huge...

Thursday, May 24th
Author(s): Phyllis Schlafly

Tell President Bush To Deep-Six The Law Of The Sea by Phyllis Schlafly, May 23, 2007 Borrowing the famous words of General Douglas MacArthur that "old soldiers never die, they just fade away," we can now see that old treaties never die, they can be resurrected years or even decades after taking what we thought was a knockout punch.President George W. Bush is scheduled to announce any day that he will breathe new life into the old United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea which President Ronald Reagan rejected in 1982. Bush's National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley has asked Senate...

Wednesday, May 23rd
Author(s): Brannon Howse

 Author Joe Farah takes on Hank Hanegraff. Read this article and retrun to our site to post your feedback.

Tuesday, May 22nd
Author(s): Henry Lamb

National sellout; national tragedyBy Henry LambAmerican roads are the hottest commodity in the international marketplace.  State and local governments are falling all over themselves to sell off highways, bridges, and all sorts of other revenue-producing infrastructure, to international financiers who are eager to snap up structures Americans have already paid for, and for which they continue to pay maintenance costs through endless taxes.The Chicago Skyway, for example, brought $1.83 billion from a Spanish-Australian partnership. The 157-mile Indiana tollway, brought $3.85 billion from the...


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