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Friday, September 13th
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Wednesday, September 11th
Just Released: Howse to House TV Inside Little House on the Prairie House, (Show #3, Part B). See inside the home of Laura Ingalls Wilder where she wrote 4 of the 8 Little House Books. Howse to House...
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Friday, February 24th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

I Made A Mistake!J. Michael Sharman Mistake.             It's a mistake.            I made a mistake.            I'm sorry I made a mistake.            I'm sorry I made a mistake. Would you forgive me?            It sure seems like it takes a long time for us to be able to get to that point doesn't it?            Whenever a disaster occurs, we don't like to face the unpleasant fact that we may just possibly be the cause of it.  We want to be perfect, or at least have other people think we are. (It is possible to appear to be perfect, but doing so requires a real skill for being able to put...

Friday, February 24th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

            Joel Osteen's New Age Life Now?                            Commentary Opinion By Brannon Howse                  In part two of our examination of Joel Osteen's teachings and beliefs                            we expose what I believe are unbiblical, New Age doctrines.        "Whatever you conceive you can achieve." With this favorite karma-changing promise, New Agers believe you need only use the "unlimited" power and consciousness of your mind to bring about all your dreams, desires and wishes. Cloaked in a "Christian" package, Joel Osteen's Your Best Life Now, bears an...

Friday, February 24th
Author(s): Tom DeWeese

Paul McCartney: a victim of his own gibberishBy Tom DeWeeseI love the Beatles' music. My respect for individual members of the legendary band end there. Paul McCartney has spent a lifetime making incredible music while uttering pure gibberish on issues that matter. It seems that if he can't put a rhyme and a tune to it, his brain turns to mush. He has been a major promoter of the animal rights scam perpetrated by PeTA. And he has operated a sheep farm with a "commitment to natural methods, and the farm and produce have gained recognition and designation as organic status," according to a...

Friday, February 24th
Author(s): Steve Crampton

The Summers of Our Discontent by Stephen Crampton The resignation of Harvard President Lawrence Summers is symptomatic of a rising intolerance that pervades our public institutions. Larry Summers has finally resigned.  The downfall of the Harvard President began last year, when he dared suggest that women might lack an aptitude for science and math.  The irate faculty, feminist to the core, responded with a no-confidence vote from which Dr. Summers never recovered.  And so Summers becomes the latest casualty in the Fourth Reich's tireless efforts to enforce uniformity of politically correct...

Thursday, February 23rd

The Emergent Church: A Dangerous Fad or Solid New Movement?  By Jan Markell, Olive Tree Ministries, Inc.www.olivetreeviews.org If you're over age 35, your spiritual health may be at risk in that new "church movements" are focusing in on primarily "GenXrs." You may not have even heard of the latest, the "Emergent Church" or "Emerging Church." Many today are looking for a new "methodology," "new wave," or "new thing God is doing." I ask, "What is wrong with the old way?" Apparently just the Bible is no longer sufficient. Some say the "Emergent Church" (EC) is the next step beyond the "seeker...

Monday, February 20th
Author(s): Ron Carlson

"In the Beginning"- Idolatry in the Christian ChurchBy Ron Carlson A.W. Tozer in his book, The Knowledge of the Holy, says that "Idolatry is not simply worshiping a stone image, but idolatry is any concept of God that reduces God to less than who He really is".  Recently I've been thinking about that and I wonder if there is not idolatry throughout many of our Christian Colleges, Seminaries, and so called "apologetic" ministries that seek to give reasons to believe.   What is this Idolatry?  It is a pervasive idea today, the idea that finite men know more than the infinite Creator in regards...

Monday, February 20th

Is Our Security For Sale?By Jan Markell  For several years the British have been in charge of six U.S. ports and that is bad enough.  But now the torch for our ports in New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Miami, Baltimore, and New Orleans is being passed on to al-Qaida-friendly United Arab Emirates (UAE).  This is reckless oversight at best and America can no longer afford to have the disposition of strategic assets--including those of military or homeland security dimension--determined in this case by a Treasury Department panel whose deliberations and decisions are made in secret without...

Saturday, February 18th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Joel Osteen's Best Life Now? Opinion Commentary By Brannon  Howse I recently had the distinct displeasure of sitting down to read Joel Osteen's book, Your Best Life Now. I knew what to expect, though, because on several occasions I have watched his national television program.  Osteen's message is overwhelmingly syrupy-Christian happy-talk on steroids. His "good news" sounds more like it came from the pages of Oprah magazine or a Dr. Phil book than from the Bible. If you are interested in health, wealth, prosperity and positive-thinking heresy, then Osteen's your man. If you decide to see for...

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