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Tuesday, June 2nd
                                              Guest: Dr. Andy Woods. Topic: Burn Down The American Plantation: Call for a Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement (RAM). (Part 1)  Brannon sent this manual...
Tuesday, June 2nd
WVW-TV Presents: Goal Behind Pre-Marxist Revolution Riots of 2020? Host Brannon Howse & Guest Trevor Loudon of White House Reds. Click here to watch now:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=...
Thursday, May 21st
Brannon Howse Interviews His Long Time Friend Michael Reagan on The Coronavirus Tyranny  Click here to listen now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com/radio/audio/brannon-howse-may-20-2020 WVW Broadcast...
Thursday, May 21st
                                          WVW-TV Presents: Former Jesuit Warns of the Marxist Agenda of the Jesuits to De-Christianize The West Click here to watch now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com...
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Monday, August 14th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

Looking Back in Time for the Right Candidates TodayJ. Michael Sharman Theodore Roosevelt was a statesman who desired to put his core beliefs on the front line of his public life, not on the back shelf. Looking back in time at his public life may help us make better decisions about whom we'll choose to elect in our 2006 elections.When Theodore Roosevelt was New York City's Police Commissioner, there was wide-spread corruption in the police department. He canceled the annual parade of the police, saying: "We will parade only when we have nothing to be ashamed of." When he was in the New York...

Monday, August 14th
Author(s): Marshall Foster

Keeping Our Focus in a World of Critics Mayflower InstituteDr. Marshall FosterSeptember 2006 Journal The world's finest golfer was in trouble.  At the age of 31, many believed he had peaked and was on the way down.  The critics said it was his swing.  Others said that getting married destroyed his commitment to the game.  Then his father, his mentor, died this spring.  A few weeks later he went to the U.S. Open and failed to make the cut for the first time in his phenomenal twelve year professional career.Recently the world of golf focused on its most prestigious prize, the British Open.  (...

Monday, August 14th
Author(s): David Noebel

               The Gospel According to John Dewey (Part 3)                                By David A. Noebel "In building naturalistic alternatives to religion, we need to focus on exemplary models in history:  [secular] humanist heroes and heroines…among these are [John] Dewey and [Bertrand] Russell."  Paul Kurtz, Free Inquiry, August/September 2006.   14.  "To the extent American education has absorbed Dewey's enmity against religion, students and parents legitimately question whether their own values receive due respect in our liberal pluralistic society. Nowhere has genuine faith been...

Friday, August 11th

 By Ken Silva  To deliver you from the way of evil, From the man who speaks perverse things; From those who leave the paths of uprightness To walk in the ways of darkness. [1] Age Has Nothing To Do With ItIn reading comments around the blogosphere concerning what the Lord has been recently bringing to light regarding Billy Graham and apostasy I notice a number of people attempting to attribute Graham's "rounding off" huge chunks of the historic orthodox Christian faith to his age. I have already covered some of this in "Evangelical" Inclusivism Is Older Than You Think.  The Lord is my witness...

Thursday, August 10th
Author(s): Chuck Edwards

Is there a "war" between science and religion?By Chuck Edwards(Note: the following is an excerpt from Countering Culture: Arming Yourself to Confront Non-Biblical Worldviews, chapter 3 and appeared in the June 2004 edition of Truth & Consequences, the monthly e-commentary of Summit Ministries: www.summit.org.) Many people today have the impression there is a war between modern science and religion, and that science has won the day. But is that really the case? Are scientific knowledge and religious ideas incompatible? Has science replaced religion as the means for understanding life and...

Thursday, August 10th
Author(s): David Noebel

The Gospel According to John Dewey Part II By David A. Noebel                                                    "In building naturalistic alternatives to religion, we need to focus on exemplary models in history:  [secular] humanist heroes and heroines…among these are [John] Dewey and [Bertrand] Russell."  Paul Kurtz, Free Inquiry, August/September 2006.   11.      "Dewey was profoundly influenced by Jean-Jacques Rousseau…Some have even hailed Dewey's Democracy and Education (1916) as 'the most notable contribution to pedagogy since Rousseau's Emile.'  Dewey shares Rousseau's optimistic view...

Thursday, August 10th
Author(s): Bob DeWaay

Laurie Beth Jones' Four [Pagan] Elements of SuccessBy Bob DeWaay Modern evangelicalism has a voracious appetite for self-discovery. Various approaches to discovering one's temperament have played a prominent role in this. In the 70's and 80's the ancient Greek terminology of Choleric, Sanguine, Phlegmatic, and Melancholy, were used to describe temperaments in a series of popular Christian books. When I was in seminary, Gary Smalley was brought in to present his version of temperaments: Otter, Lion, Golden Retriever, and Beaver. Recently, Rick Warren introduced his S.H.A.P.E. program for self-...

Wednesday, August 9th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Education, Slogans, and DollarsBy Kerby Anderson              Each year the federal government seems to be taking over more aspects of American education. This federalization of education weakens local control and has not improved academic performance in this country.            This began during the Clinton administration when three key pieces of legislation were passed in 1994. They were the Goals 2000 Act, the School-to-Work Act, and the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. By the time the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act was passed in 2001, the final elements of...

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