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Thursday, January 19th
Author(s): Ray Comfort

Finally Getting the Message- By Ray Comfort It's taken a while, but the world is finally getting the message. After decades of hearing that all God wants is to be allowed to improve their lives with a wonderful plan, they are now getting the second part of the message from the seeker-friendly church. What is it? It is that we should eliminate anything that would make seekers feel uncomfortable. So the world has taken that message to heart. The name of Christ makes them feel uncomfortable, so it's logical then that traditional Christmas greetings should be replaced by "Happy Holidays." The...

Tuesday, January 17th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Why the Majority of America's Pastors Are Responsible For America's MessBy Brannon S. Howse  Among "we the people," there is one group which I think bears a special responsibility for the present state of our nation. Most of America's pastors have been virtually missing in action for years on substantive political issues. By contrast, pastors and religious leaders of the Founders' day preached not only the salvation message but also exhorted their congregations on the biblical response to the issues, whether it be slavery, gambling, drunkenness, voter participation, the biblical...

Tuesday, January 17th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

J. Michael SharmanColumn No. 14Publication Date: January 17, 2006Title: Reagan Emily's Legacy  Reagan Emily would have taken her first breaths this month if she had lived, but instead she quietly passed from earth to Heaven on the same day Katrina's winds raged along the GulfCoast.Reagan Emily's daddy is Troy, a former Marine who has the compassionate hands and heart that one would expect from a man who has just finished his orthopedic residency at UVA. Her mommy, Aimee, is my wife Nancy's niece, but I consider her a daughter. Troy never got to experience with Reagan Emily the deep sense of...

Tuesday, January 17th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Worldview Discernmentby Kerby Anderson               One of the words I find myself using so often at Worldview Weekends is the word "discernment." It is a word that appears fairly often in the Bible (1 Samuel 25:32-33; 1 Kings 3:10-11; 4:29; Psalm 119:66; Proverbs 2:3; Daniel 2:14; Philippians 1:9). And with so many facts, claims, and opinions being tossed about, we all need to be able to sort through what is true and what is false.             Colossians 2:8 says, "See to it that no one takes you captive through philosophy and empty deception, according to the tradition of men, according to...

Saturday, January 14th
Author(s): Nicholas A. Jackson

Evolutionists Going Ape over Intelligent Design For weeks King Kong has been playing at theaters, entertaining audiences and raking in the money, with its amazing special effects and powerhouse rendition of the greatest of Apes.  I finally had a chance to see this frightful beast in person, and was amazed at the humanity skillfully and artistically presented from Kong.  After all as evolutionists proclaim, Kong and humans share a "common ancestor."  Little did I know that the biggest monkey show in town was playing in a courtroom in Dover, PA.  As many already know, Judge John E. Jones III...

Friday, January 13th
Author(s): David Wheaton

All Not Fair Dinkum in Oz:  2006 Australian Open Preview  Despite being in the land of "No worries," the tennis world has plenty to be concerned about as the year's first Grand Slam tournament kicks off tomorrow in Melbourne.   As if the rash of top player withdrawals (three-time winner Andre Agassi, defending champ Marat Safin, and world number two Rafael Nadal) and potential withdrawals (defending champ Serena Williams and US Open queen Kim Clijsters) isn't enough of a buzz-killer, the dirty little secret of sports-performance enhancing drugs-is now rearing its ugly head on the tennis tour...

Wednesday, January 11th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Intelligent Design and the Bibleby Kerby Anderson             Psalm 19 tells us that the heavens declare the glory of God. Romans 1 reminds us that the creation shows His divine attributes. So we shouldn't be surprised that scientists are finding evidence of design in nature.             The subject of intelligent design is in the news due to school board decisions and court rulings. So it is important that Christians be thinking clearly about this important topic.             When I have an opportunity to speak on the subject of intelligent design at Worldview Weekends, I find that most...

Tuesday, January 10th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

How the U.S. Supreme Court and Her Justices Are Pushing Us Toward Becoming One Nation Under Man  1).  In 1881, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme, Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. in his book The Common Law, attacks the moral law when he wrote, "The life of the law has not been logic; it has been experience. The felt necessities of the time, the prevalent moral political theories…have a good deal more to do than the syllogism [legal reasoning process] in determining the rules by which men should be governed."[1] 2).  In 1907, Charles Evan Hughes, who would later become Chief Justice of the U.S....

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