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Tuesday, January 17th   The following is a transcript of the Worldview Weekend hour with host Brannon Howse As I have warned on my national radio program many times, President Obama has prepared...
Friday, January 13th
                              We Are Combining The Worldview Weekend in the Ozarks & The Contend Worldview Weekend But WHY? 1. Lake of the Ozarks is More Centrally Located 2. We have a limited...
Tuesday, January 10th
Due to the feedback of many of our attendees and to make the weekend more relaxing we are moving the Worldview Weekend north of Branson. This way you show up and park your car and do not have to...
Monday, January 9th
              Worldview Weekend Foundation P.O. Box 1690 Collierville, TN 38027      Dear Friends,    A few years ago we set out to be the premier Biblical worldview...
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Thursday, September 14th
Author(s): Larry Pratt

Breaking the Law in the Name of the Lawby Larry PrattPoliticians frequently promise even the moon.  What is bad is when they believe they can actually deliver same, or at least jump over tall buildings in a single bound.  What is worse is they then concludethat they can break the law because they are different from normal, sinful, stupid mortals.  You know, the ones who vote them into office.Such is Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York City.Bloomberg thinks that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) is soft on crime.  He's ignorant to the fact that the agency has been...

Wednesday, September 13th
Author(s): Todd Tomasella

Have you noticed the pleasure-seeking craze and emphasis of the last few years which is usually cloaked behind some spiritual veneer? Paralleled with the advent of the day spa explosion across the western world, the indulgence and excess of those in the church world has come of age as foretold by the apostles of our LORD -"This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud...heady, highminded, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God; Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such...

Wednesday, September 13th
Author(s): Sean McDowell

What's the Big Deal with Wicca?Worldview with Sean McDowell             Once considered a fringe religion for social misfits, Wicca now has big appeal among teenagers.  Thanks to an extreme makeover by the media (and a 1986 federal court ruling that Wicca is a legal religion protected by the U.S. Constitution), Wicca is now one of the fastest growing religions among teenagers.[1] The influence of Wicca can be seen in video games, books, television shows, cartoons, and the Internet. According to the New York Times, Wicca is the fastest-growing, most lucrative subject in publishing today.[2]  ...

Wednesday, September 13th
Author(s): Ray Comfort

The Crocodile Hunter- By Ray ComfortIt's not often that someone from down-under is the lead story on primetime TV. The fact that presidents from other countries die is a big deal, but they don't get to head the news. Some don't even get the tail. But when Stephen Robert Irwin was suddenly killed on September 4th, 2006, he was number one. Steve Irwin was an Australian naturalist, wildlife expert, a well-known and colorful personality, and was best known for the television program "The Crocodile Hunter." But his death didn't come as a shock to most who knew of him. How he died, did. Like many...

Wednesday, September 13th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Importance of the 2006 Electionby Kerby Anderson              In the last six years, elections in America have been close, and they have been important. Sometimes when we hear a politician or a talk show host say that the upcoming elections are one of the most important in U.S. history our eyes sometimes glaze over. But it is true. They are important, in part because the elections are so close.             Let's review our history. The 2000 presidential election was the closest in American history. George W. Bush was elected president by 537 votes in Florida. You really can't get any closer...

Wednesday, September 13th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Listen to an interview in which Emerging Church leader Brian McLaren calls the teaching of hell false advertising for God. Listen to this and then post your feedback of what you think of Brian's statements for all to read. The Interview

Wednesday, September 13th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

The Impoverishing Effect of Cohabitation J. Michael Sharman A couple hundred years ago, Benjamin Franklin advised his countrymen, "Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise."[1] Nowadays, we seem to need a bit more instruction.  The text for health and prosperity being taught now by both liberals and conservatives is that if you want to stay out of poverty, then don't have kids before you are married, don't get married before you are 20 years old, and don't break up with your marriage partner.[2] Back when, this didn't need to be explained.  In 1950, when my...

Wednesday, September 13th
Author(s): Robert Meyer

Trading Liberty for Security?  A misuse of Benjamin FranklinBy Robert Meyer Since the commencement of the War on terror, we have heard various iterations of a famous statement by Ben Franklin from 1755."Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."The basic assumption being promulgated by identifying with Franklin is that no tradeoffs of liberty for security are ever justified. Of course that idea is usually derived from using truncated versions of Franklin's entire quote. Notice the phrase "essential Liberty." I want to...


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