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Saturday, February 24th
Guest: Dr. Peter Breggin Topics: Medication Madness: A Psychiatrist Exposes the Dangers of Mood-Altering Medications. What is the connection between school shootings and psychotropic drugs? And more...
Thursday, February 22nd
To read this full transcript including information about John Piper’s defense of the communist Black Lives Matter movement and his defense of taking a knee during the National Anthem join...
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Ronald Reagan would be rolling over in his grave if he knew what the leadership of the American Conservative Union (ACU) was doing to the conservative movement. The ACU, which sponsors the...
Tuesday, February 20th
By Dr. William Graham and Dr. Peter Vincent Pry  ANALYSIS/OPINION: After President Trump announced his new National Security Strategy (on Dec. 18) — that for the first time gives deservedly high-...
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Thursday, June 23rd
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Media Biasby Kerby Anderson  A recent survey by the PewResearchCenter confirmed the obvious: there is a liberal bias in the media.  I doubt this came as any surprise to you.  As the current joke goes: "And in a related news story, the PewResearchCenter also discovered the earth is round." Obviously the major media in this country has a liberal bias, but there is much more in the fine print of the Pew survey that should concern us. First, what did the PewResearchCenter find?  They interviewed 547 media professionals (print, TV and radio) and asked them to identify their political perspective...

Thursday, June 23rd

Eastern Mysticism and Christianity are IncompatibleBy Jan Markell What do you say when a good friend who loves God, reads her Bible, and talks and walks her faith becomes a devotee of "Christian yoga"?  You might brace yourself and prepare yourself, because "Christian yoga" is coming to a church near you.  And to those who understand yoga's Hindu roots and to all former New Agers, it will never be compatible with Evangelical Christianity. The May 20 edition of "Christianity Today" on line featured an interview with a woman who says she is an Evangelical and proud of it, however, she is a...

Thursday, June 23rd
Author(s): Tamara Scott

When Enough Isn't EnoughBy Tamara Scott  We've all heard, if not used, the expression "enough is enough", but what about those times when enough isn't enough.      In our justice system, a witness is asked to give an oath.   It's usually something to the effect "I solemnly swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth so help me God".   Of course, God may likely be left out now with the new thinking of our day, you know, that America is to somehow be separate from the faith our forefathers so heavily entwined in early documents.    That aside, the oath reminds us to tell...

Wednesday, June 22nd
Author(s): David Wheaton

The following is the Introduction to David Wheaton's new book, University of Destruction--Your Game Plan for Spiritual Victory on Campus.  The book is available at major booksellers or signed copies can be ordered at www.davidwheaton.com.    University of Destruction--Your Game Plan for Spiritual Victory on Campus INTRODUCTION Success, Surfing, and Stanford Stanford? Not a problem. The week before entering my freshman year at Stanford University, I was riding a major wave ... in more ways than one. I spent the week surfing Pacific rollers in Malibu, California, while visiting my brother, who...

Monday, June 20th
Author(s): Ray Comfort

An Obvious Miracle by Ray Comfort I was pretty exhausted after a full weekend of ministry. Kirk, myself and Duane Barnhart, our producer had flown from LA to Chicago, to Springfield, and then driven to Branson in Missouri for a conference. After the conference we had had the great joy of preaching the gospel (open air style) inside a mall to hundreds of people. Afterwards, I interviewed a man who was holding a large white duck. As the interview unfolded I found that he was a comedian in Branson. He said, "How would you like to shake hands with a duck?" I immediately reached out and...

Monday, June 20th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

The Patriot Act in 2005 by Kerby Anderson               The House of Representatives apparently believes the time has come to revise the PATRIOT Act. In June, the House voted 238 to 187 to weaken one of the provisions in the USA PATRIOT (Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism) Act.             A month after the attack on America on September 11, 2001, Congress overwhelmingly passed the USA PATRIOT Act.  Within months, many groups were calling for changes because its sweeping powers would weaken Fourth Amendment protections...

Monday, June 20th
Author(s): Jason Carlson

Fast Facts on False Teachings with CMI "Religion vs. Christianity: what's the difference?" "Why are you Christians always sending missionaries overseas?  People have their own culture, their own religion, why don't you just leave them alone?!"  This is one of the most common statements we hear as we lecture on college and university campuses throughout the United States and around the world. Students and faculty often jeeringly ask us, "What is so special about Christianity, different from every religion in the world?" To be sure, this is a very significant question; and probably one of the...

Monday, June 20th
Author(s): Steve Crampton

The Ten Commandments Cases -- When is a Win a Win? Stephen M. Crampton, Esq.            America is watching as the Supreme Court prepares to rule in two Ten Commandments display cases in the next few weeks. Many expect they will allow at least one of the displays to remain, including even the self-described "religious pluralist" Thomas Van Orden, the plaintiff in one of the cases.  But prudence as well as history counsel that we be cautious, especially in matters so near the epicenter of the culture war.             Will a ruling permitting the displays to remain necessarily signal a bright...

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