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Tuesday, November 14th
Author(s): Warren Smith

A Megachurch That Makes God Smileby Warren Smith COMMENTARY--A couple of days after I got home from a recent trip to India I received a copy of Outreach magazines annual list of the 100 largest churches in the United States.  The entire issue was devoted to these churches and their pastors.  I couldnt help but notice that the largest church was feel-good preacher JoelOsteensLakewoodChurch.  I also noticed that recently disgraced Ted Haggard's NewLifeChurch was number 37 on the list.As I read through that issue, I also couldn't help but think about another kind of church  one whose pastors don...

Tuesday, November 14th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

The New Democratic Majority Can Address Corruption and Scandals in their Own PartyJ. Michael Sharman Three-fourths of the Election 2006 Democratic voters said they voted out of a disgust over "corruption and scandals" by the elected officials in power.[1]We need to cheer on the new Democratic majority because, boy, they really have their work cut out for them in the next two years.Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.), the new majority leader in the Senate[2], has a relationship with the corrupt and convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff that needs investigating.After one of Sen. Reid's employees went to work...

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Author(s): Steve Cornell

It's not easy to be an atheistAn atheist assigns himself to life without ultimate purpose. Yes, atheists enjoy many smaller meanings of life-- like friendship and love, pleasure and sorrow, Mozart and Plato. But to be consistent with his atheism, he cannot allow for ultimate meaning. Yet, if the atheist is honest, he will admit to feeling that there is something more to existence -something bigger. Someone said, "The blazing evidence for immortality is our dissatisfaction with any other solution." According to Scripture, God has, "set eternity in the hearts of men" (Ecclesiastes 3:11). To...

Tuesday, November 14th
Author(s): K. Jentoft

Tangible Idolatry 2/3 The secular west long ago dispensed with idolatry. People who worship a physical idol today would be considered "primitive" in our culture; their practices would not constitute temptation. In our day, idolatry has become conceptual. Greed, which scripture also calls idolatry, has replaced the actual veneration of carved statues or physical objects, so that now we worship materialism in general instead of an object in particular. For modern-day Christians God's commands regarding idolatry are also conceptual-seen as commands to guard ourselves against covetousness and...

Monday, November 13th

CAMPAIGN 2006: IS IT GOOD FOR AMERICA?www.olivetreeviews.orgJan Markell In the interest of time and limited space, let me give a quick summary of how I see the 2006 election playing out in the next two years--and perhaps many years to come.  Yes, I will hear from many of you with angry e-mails but I'm getting tougher skin over the years.  While the points below are pessimistic, I will end on a more uplifting note. *  Many Americans wanted change and "a new direction."  For them, just about any change and/or new direction will do. *  Despite traditional mistrust for pollsters, their...

Monday, November 13th
Author(s): Todd Tomasella

MY SINS"O God, thou knowest my foolishness; and MY SINS are not hid from thee." Psalms 69:5 God knows the wickedness of my heart. He sees all the thoughts that I allow to occupy my mind that are not holy, but sinful (evil concupiscence). He sees where the enemy or my own sinful nature feeds thoughts to my mind and that I sometimes don't guard my heart by casting them down (2 Corinthians 10:5; Proverbs 4:23)."Mortify therefore your members which are upon the earth; fornication, uncleanness, inordinate affection, evil concupiscence (secret desire for that which is forbidden by God), and...

Monday, November 13th

Rob Bell's Porn Sunday "Mission" By Ken Silva  Shame On JesusFellow CWN columnist Ingrid Schlueter of Slice of Laodicea is quite right in her post "Anti-Porn 'Ministry' Brings Shame on Jesus Christ" concerning XXXchurch when she says: This ministry is not anti-porn. It is porn. They don't represent Jesus, they publicly shame Him… Christians are considered laughingstocks,...because they are so desperate to seem cool and hip that they end up behaving like vulgar fools... It's time for some plain speech, friends. [1] I heartily agree, it is time for straight and blunt talk concerning the dying...

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