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Friday, October 9th
WVW-TV Presents: Oprah Winfrey promoted “The Secret,” but this New Age teaching is also embraced within evangelicalism. In this episode, Brannon explains the teaching of the “Law of Attraction” and...
Tuesday, October 6th
WVW-TV Presents: Mohammed, His Wives, His Visit From A Spirit, & The Rise of a False Prophet  with host Usama Dakdok. Watch this program now before it rolls into the Situation Room for members...
Tuesday, October 6th
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Sunday, October 4th
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Thursday, June 1st
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Globalization and the Wal-Mart EffectBy Kerby AndersonIn order to understand globalization, you need to understand the scope and influence of Wal-Mart. Thomas Friedman, in his book The World is Flat, says that if Wal-Mart were an individual economy, it would rank as China's eighth-biggest trading partner, ahead of Russia, Australia, and Canada. [1] Charles Fishman', in his book The Wal-Mart Effect, [2] points out that more than half of all Americans live within five miles of a Wal-Mart store. For most people, that's about a ten-to fifteen-minute drive. Ninety percent of Americans live within...

Thursday, June 1st
Author(s): Mark Landsbaum

Nobody asked me but …By Mark Landsbaum © 2006  Nobody asked me but … Why is it Democrats can't seem to win, and Republicans don't seem to know what to do when they win? Perhaps it's because Democrats are more interested in doing wrong thing like killing babies, marrying men to men and enforcing racial preferences. And perhaps it's because Republicans are more interested in winning than doing right things, so they're willing to compromise principles to "broaden their base." Why should we blame oil companies for the increased demand of a scarce commodity that's resulted in higher gasoline...

Wednesday, May 31st

In Spite of "DaVince" and Damien, Jesus is Coming The fact that so many want to flee reality has hit home in the six years I have been doing radio.  Listeners try to get friends and family interested, or just interested in the issues, and are hit with some or all of the following: "Don't make me leave my comfort zone"; "You're too serious, lighten up"; "This sounds too negative for me"; "I'm into 'happy talk'--not gloom and doom."   The 21st Century didn't start off too hot and caused people to want to escape from reality.  The images of airplanes flying into buildings instilled fear though...

Wednesday, May 31st
Author(s): Rusty Wright

Copyright © 2006 Rusty Wright600 words Duke Lacrosse: Ethical Reflections By Rusty Wright The Duke Lacrosse story has multiple ingredients for explosive media coverage: sex, race, politics, criminal charges, sports, class, a prestigious institution … the list goes on. Like many Duke alumni, I have personal convictions about the scandal.  My Duke experience was – and remains – positive.  So I'm biased.  But I'm also realistic.  Houston, we have a problem. As much of the civilized world knows, a hired African-American stripper alleged some white players raped her at a lacrosse party.  The...

Tuesday, May 30th

By Ken Silva Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth: Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God. [1] It is simply beyond question that the contemplative spirituality Living Spiritual Teacher Richard Foster is teaching your pastors is very influenced by the late Roman Catholic Trappist monk Thomas Merton. In his book A Time of Departing Ray Yungen offers this bit of personal testimony in an encounter with...

Monday, May 29th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

From the desk of Daniel D. New Do not look to Washington to solve the Problem of Illegal AliensLet us not be excited, one way or the other, about any solution to any problem that comes out of the District of Columbia, much less the U.S. Senate, because they have ignored this, and virtually all other, problems for decades.  They only bestir themselves to start seeking legislation on issues that concern The People in election years, and when they do, their solutions are generally worse than the problem they claim to be addressing.  (The fact is, the real problem they are addressing is called "...

Monday, May 29th
Author(s): Jim Elliff

Mirror, Mirror on the WallLie to Me!Jim Elliff It is an exercise in reluctant self-abnegation for me to show my driver's license. I long for somebody to say, "But that's not you!" Sadly, it is. As Popeye declares, "I yam what I yam." And what I "yam" is looking fairly pathetic. Paul had this to say about the way we look: "Therefore we do not lose heart, but though our outer man is decaying, yet our inner man is being renewed day by day" (2 Cor. 4:16). The OuterThough wrinkle cream options have never been more abundant (and, not surprisingly, even men have their own brands), nothing can...

Saturday, May 27th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

Crispus Attucks: The First to Defy, the First to Die By J. Michael Sharman On March 5th, 1770, British soldiers in Boston seized John Hancock's ship Liberty for his failure to comply with British revenue laws. A group of Americans began heckling and  throwing sticks, snowballs, and oyster shells at the soldiers who were standing guard at the port's Customs House. When the smoke from the redcoat muskets cleared, five Americans were dead. A murder trial was brought against those British soldiers, and the trial documents record the five as: Crispus Attucks, Samuel Gray, Samuel Maverick, James...


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