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Monday, September 29th
Dear Kirk Cameron – At the outset let me mention that I celebrated your excellent labors with respect to the movie, Fireproof, when it was released. As a husband, father of six children, and pastor,...
Monday, September 29th
I use “worship leader” in the vernacular sense of the guy who leads the music. Of course, musical worship is only a smidgen of the worship that happens on Sunday. It’s one candle in the worship array...
Saturday, September 27th
Egyptian Expert on Islam Warns of Growing Jihad in America 9 Days Before Oklahoma Beheading by Muslim. See What Else He Says is Coming to America. Wath now before this program rolls into the...
Friday, September 26th
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Tuesday, September 30th
Author(s): Cliff Kincaid

I learned about the passing of former Washington Times columnist John Lofton as I was looking through an old file of clippings and found a Lofton gem entitled, “Where terrorism is rooted,” from the July 5, 1985, issue of the paper. It’s a reminder of Lofton’s important style of writing and the fact that the Islamists we face today learned their style of warfare from the Soviets, who established the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) as “the fulcrum of the Soviet Union’s strategic approach” to world revolution, especially control of the Middle East. At the time, President Reagan was...

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

I don’t quite understand it. Everyone knows that King Solomon was the wisest man in the Old Testament. Yet, he had the most precipitous moral freefall of all the kings. The early Solomon loved God. “Now Solomon loved the Lord” (1 Kings 3:3). But the later Solomon was out of control morally: “Now Solomon loved many foreign women.” “Solomon held fast to these in love” (1 Kings 11:1,2). What went wrong? In fact, the marital alliances he made with the daughters of foreign kings, plus all the other wives and concubines he acquired, were of Olympic proportions. “He had seven hundred wives,...

Monday, September 29th
Author(s): Ken Ham

Progressive creationist Dr. Hugh Ross of Reasons to Believe recently appeared on Canadian talk show 100 Huntley Street to promote his newest book, Navigating Genesis: A Scientist’s Journey Through Genesis 1–11. Hugh Ross believes God created the universe gradually over six overlapping time periods only figuratively called “days,” spread over billions of years since the supposed big bang. He claims biblical support for his unbiblical point of view by misreading many Bible passages. Hugh Ross twists the Bible to fit man’s fallible opinions about origins, embracing cosmological evolution and...

Monday, September 29th
Author(s): Michael John Beasley

Dear Kirk Cameron – At the outset let me mention that I celebrated your excellent labors with respect to the movie, Fireproof, when it was released. As a husband, father of six children, and pastor, I rejoiced when this work of yours was made public. Gospel rich and Gospel-centered productions, of significant quality, have become as rare as summer snow in our generation, and for this reason I gladly supported Fireproof and its message by showing it to my family, our congregation, along with several of my neighbors on my street as an outreach tool. I mention this because I want you to know...

Monday, September 29th
Author(s): Clint Archer

I use “worship leader” in the vernacular sense of the guy who leads the music. Of course, musical worship is only a smidgen of the worship that happens on Sunday. It’s one candle in the worship array of preaching, fellowship, serving, giving, and parking far away so that the elderly can park closer. But when people talk about liking/hating “the worship” they generally mean “the band.” One congregant who should avoid this is the worship leader. Here are four guidelines for the leader of a worship band...   1. You are not a rock star Like a ball-boy at Wimbledon, the task of the worship leader...

Monday, September 29th
Author(s): Cliff Kincaid

In a sympathetic profile [1] just before his resignation, Politico said Eric Holder’s biggest legacy may be “his quiet dismantling of the War on Drugs…” How he could have “accomplished” this without legislative authority from Congress—which is supposed to make and pass laws—is never really explained. He was an Attorney General described [2] by President Barack Obama as “the people’s lawyer.” Anybody familiar with Marxist jargon knew exactly what Obama meant. At home and abroad, the Obama administration distributed weapons to America’s enemies. Holder’s area of expertise was facilitating...

Saturday, September 27th
Author(s): Worldview Weekend News Team

Egyptian Expert on Islam Warns of Growing Jihad in America 9 Days Before Oklahoma Beheading by Muslim. See What Else He Says is Coming to America. Wath now before this program rolls into the Situation Room for members only. Click here to watch now: www.wvwtv.com

Friday, September 26th
Author(s): Michael John Beasley

In a previous column, I examined Lewis’ and Piper’s troubling affirmations of hedonism. In that piece, special notice was given concerning Piper’s troubling praise of atheist Ayn Rand: “I think she [Ayn Rand] points to truth and to Jesus ultimately: she esteemed reason, individualism, and hedonism - and so do I..."[1] The notion of praising an individual whose life was invested in the agenda of blaspheming God seems quite incredible. But Piper has demonstrated such a pattern wherever he finds evidences of hedonism which he believes supports his view of “Christian Hedonism.”  For Piper, Ayn...

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