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Tuesday, June 28th
Author(s): Sean McDowell

Why do Christian kids leave the faith?Sean McDowellwww.Christianworldviewnetwork.comJune 28, 2005             What is your greatest fear? When I was a kid my greatest fear was sharks.  I always feared that under the murky water of my surfboard a great white would lurch out and have me for lunch.  As I get older, my fears have radically changed, especially since I have learned that about one person per year in the United States is actually killed by a shark, whereas 168 die from a car crash after hitting a deer.  My greatest fear today, which I know you can relate to, is that my own son, as...

Monday, June 27th
Author(s): Kirk Cameron

 Could I be Wrong?By Kirk Cameron  Some people have asked me if I could be wrong about my convictions about God and the Bible. Fair question. While there are many detailed reasons why I believe Jesus is God and the Bible is His Word, here is one simple way to look at it. I could also be wrong about my wife's love for me. The last 13 years of marriage could have been a hoax. All the love and affection Chelsea has shown me, her devotion to my needs and wishes, and even all the self sacrificing service she's shown me in the name of her love for me could all be a deception. For thirteen years she...

Monday, June 27th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Globalism and the New World OrderKerby Anderson              The desire to control world events and to bring all the nations of the world together is not a new idea.  Dictators, military leaders, and internationalists have tried to do this for centuries.  But events in this first decade of the 21st century are making these dreams reality.             Globalism is the belief that events in one country cannot be separated from another and that the world is moving toward a form of government and economics that transcends traditional nation-states.  A small but powerful group of internationalists...

Monday, June 27th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Ten Commandments in AmericaBy Kerby Anderson The Supreme Court has spoken and has essentially stuttered. How any sane person can make any sense of their two rulings on the Ten Commandments is beyond me. A divided court struck down displays in two Kentucky courthouses, but ruled a Ten Commandments monument on state government land in Texas was acceptable.So why was a six foot granite monument on the grounds of the Texas Capitol constitutional? Perhaps they saw it acceptable because it is one of seventeen historical displays on the twenty-two-acre lot. So five justices determined it...

Sunday, June 26th
Author(s): Ron Carlson

Fast Facts on False Teachings with CMI "Islam: a beautiful and peaceful religion?" This past February my father and I had the privilege of holding a week of apologetic seminars in Tokyo, Japan.  During our time there we were introduced to one of the leaders of the Japanese Muslim community.  He was a middle-aged man from a Muslim country in Asia, he had been a Muslim his entire life, and for the past decade he had lived in Japan working to spread Islam's influence in that country.  My father and I had the unique opportunity to spend over an hour, inside the heart of the Tokyo mosque, sharing...

Sunday, June 26th
Author(s): Ray Comfort

Memos from HellBy Ray ComfortIf you decide to share your faith, be ready to get a "memo from Hell." The word "memo" is short for "memorandum." According to the dictionary it is "a written proposal or reminder." Your boss will give you a memo telling you what he wants you to do. It's his will for you to fulfill.If you have enlisted for the Christian faith, you have begun a new job. The Bible is now your memo. It is there to inform you of your new Boss's will. When you were in the world, you had a different boss. His memos dictated your lusts. You joyfully ran to do his will. You used to serve...

Saturday, June 25th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Blind ScienceThe Liberal Alternative to Reasonable Faith by Brannon S. HowseIn the now-famous Scopes trial of 1925, the American Civil Liberties Union defended the teaching of evolution in public schools. True educational freedom, Clarence Darrow argued, requires the teaching of both theistic and naturalistic versions of origin. Any person with a well-rounded education should know the differing views on something as important as the most basic question in the universe. Now I don't think for a split second the ACLU in 1925 was nearly so well-intentioned as to simply want academic freedom for...

Saturday, June 25th
Author(s): Steve Crampton

The Vanishing American FamilyStephen M. Crampton, Esq. A few years ago, a clever ad campaign bemoaned the vanishing American hamburger. It depicted a grandmotherly woman holding open her hamburger bun and asking, "Where's the beef?" While the ad campaign was humorous, we ought seriously to lament the vanishing American family, which is being redefined and railroaded almost out of existence. And when court cases invent new terms to describe family members, we ought to ask, "Where's the beef?" The American family is under fire from so many enemies it is difficult...

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