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Friday, January 30th
God made people for the purpose of delighting in his glory. We delight in his glory by rejoicing in his character, and believing by faith his promises. The nature of this faith results in both a...
Thursday, January 29th
January 29, 2015 by Warren Throckmorton  In a letter to the Southern Poverty Law Center yesterday, AFA attorney Patrick Vaughn said the American Family Association is a “free speech zone.” In 2012,...
Thursday, January 29th
        When the question is posed: “Is Jesus a socialist?”  The clear answer is “Of course not!”  The claim that Jesus was a socialist was recently posed by Gregory Paul in The Washington Post who...
Monday, January 26th
Claims of sight-seeing return trips to Heaven and Hell are still in vogue among publishers today. However, I swear A Visitor’s Guide to Hell (Sterling Ethos, NY, 2014) is not a book vying to join...
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Thursday, February 9th
Author(s): Tom DeWeese

A corporation does the right thing …for the right reasonsBy Tom DeWeeseGovernment is to be feared because it has the power to enforce its will on its citizens. It has guns. It has jails. It has money. The average citizen lacks all of these, making it difficult to fight back. The ballot box and the court of public opinion are about our only weapons. Yet, government has grown so large, so distant from the voters, that it frankly fears little from either. So what is left for the defense of our rights and our property? A principled leader is a grand ideal. Such a leader in a position of influence...

Monday, February 6th
Author(s): Jim Elliff

A Really Funny Gospel for KidsJim ElliffI watched a portion of a video designed for the purpose of telling Bible stories and presenting the gospel. The entertainer was dressed like an angelic Elvis Presley, complete with wings. The clothes and movements of the entertainer's body were an overstatement of the real Elvis. My friend touted the act as "soooooo funny." It was. I mean that he was so funny that I could not help but laugh. What should we think about this approach? First, the combination of the gospel (which is dead serious) and staged humor make strange bedfellows. I am not speaking...

Monday, February 6th
Author(s): Jason Carlson

The Growing Threat of Editorial CartoonsBy Jason Carlson In recent days Muslims all over the world have joined in violent protests.  Muslims in Syria set the Danish and Norwegian embassies ablaze, in Gaza Palestinians rioted, burned flags, and tried to storm the EU office and German representative office, in Lebanon, another Danish embassy was burned and a Catholic church was pelted with stones, and there have been demonstrations from London to Indonesia where Muslims have called for hangings and have pledged their "blood to redeem the prophet".  What has gotten the Muslim world so riled up...

Sunday, February 5th
Author(s): Robert Meyer

Concealed Carry Laws Challenge "Pro-Choice" Philosophies We've just recently passed the anniversary of Roe v. Wade. The particular issue that figures most prominently in the dispute over the ethical implications of this controversy is "the right to choose." So many people who tell us they're personally opposed to abortion - they wouldn't seek one themselves - nonetheless promote the right of others to decide for themselves. They believe in a different-strokes-for-different-folks approach (which to me, for all practical purposes, is a live-and-let-die stance) on reproductive issues. How does...

Sunday, February 5th
Author(s): Tom DeWeese

                                    A bad law must be repealed Congress is going through the process of trying to fix the Endangered Species Act (ESA). Why do they think it needs fixing? Because, quite simply, the ESA is the worst law ever to be enacted by Congress.For thirty two years the ESA has taken control of private land out of the hands of the owners in the name of protecting endangered species. Yet, the ESA is actually responsible for the destruction of whole industries and the towns they supported, as lumber mills are shut down for lack of cut trees. Farmers and ranchers have lost...

Saturday, February 4th
Author(s): Jason Carlson

"End of the Spear" Strikes to the Heart!By Jason Carlson I just returned home from taking 26 students from my youth group to see the movie "End of the Spear".  WOW!  This is a great film and I highly recommend that you go and see it.  It is a powerful, powerful movie! Prior to seeing the movie I will admit, I had some reservations.  I had heard some bad reviews, especially from some highly respected figures in the Christian community.  I had heard that the movie doesn't clearly present the gospel.  And I had heard that Christians should boycott the movie because the lead actor, Chad Allen,...

Saturday, February 4th
Author(s): Nicholas A. Jackson

Lessons in Faith from Iwo Jima While we have been busy fretting over Hollywood's latest releases to mock the traditional family, quietly a documentary has been released which chronicles the lessons of heroism, and the faithful legacies passed from our WWII veterans to their families.  The documentary, "The League of Grateful Sons," is produced by Vision Forum Ministries and directed by Geoff Botkin.  The film, focusing on the battle of Iwo Jima, recently premiered on board the U.S.S. Missouri, the very location where the treaty was signed which ended WWII.  Once a year the island of Iwo is...

Friday, February 3rd
Author(s): Josh McDowell

The Da Vinci FactorBy Josh McDowell  Fast forward to May 19, 2006 at 9:48 PM in Sometown, Anywhere, U.S.A."Well, Sarah, did you like it?" sixteen-year-old Caleb asked his girlfriend as they walked out of the theater."Yeah, it kept me on the edge of my seat," Sarah replied."I knew you'd like it." "But I didn't know there were all these secret organizations hiding things like Jesus getting married and stuff like that," Sarah said as they walked toward Caleb's car."I didn't either," Caleb responded. "And I didn't know that it was just a few people who came up with what we have in the Bible and...

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