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Friday, December 30th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Myths about Intelligent Designby Kerby Anderson             In December a decision by U.S. District Judge John Jones in Dover, Pennsylvania once again put the topic of intelligent design in the news. He ruled that the school board's actions were unconstitutional and merely an attempt to smuggle religious views into a science classroom.             Media coverage of the Dover case and the broader topic of intelligent design have often been inadequate. When I have spoken on this subject at Worldview Weekends, I have found that many Christians don't have an accurate perspective on this subject....

Wednesday, December 28th
Author(s): Dennis Wright

The Issachar Report1 Chronicles 12:32Dennis A. Wright, DMin  Born to Die The entire life of Jesus was unmistakably a fulfillment of prophecy.  The Old Testament prophets accurately foretold His birth, His life, His public ministry, His death, His resurrection, His ascension, and His second coming.  Many of the prophecies were proclaimed over 800 years before His birth.  Some were made more than 1200 years before His birth.  And the very first Messianic prophecy predates His birth by more than four millennia!  This very first prophecy concerning the Messiah was made by Yahweh Himself and...

Saturday, December 24th
Author(s): Dennis Wright

The Issachar Report1 Chronicles 12:32Dennis A. Wright, DMin.  Does Mitt Romney Have a Mormon Problem? When Mitt Romney announced on December 14 that he does not plan to seek a second term as Governor of Massachusetts speculation moved into high gear that he is planning a run for the White House.  A week later Romney, son of former Michigan Gov. George Romney, told The Associated Press that he does not expect to make a decision about running for president until 2007, though he plans to continue laying the groundwork for a potential run by speaking in early voting states and raising money...

Monday, December 19th
Author(s): Robert Meyer

I was recently forwarded an article entitled "10 Myths About Secular Humanism" from Free Inquiry Magazine by authors, Matt Cherry and Molleen Matsumara, and also a piece about how America has become a de facto theocracy, "Overthrowing the American Theocracy" by Skeeter Thompson. The latter piece dealt with how the inscriptions, "In God We Trust" on coin and currency, and also the addition of the words "Under God" in today's version of the Pledge of Allegiance, among other things, have turned America back to an age of superstition and "undarkenment."I am astounded that Skeeter somehow gets the...

Monday, December 19th
Author(s): Sean McDowell

Three Questions to Ask Your Biology Teacher about EvolutionWorldview with Sean McDowell           High school biology textbooks are riddled with errors, misstatements, and exaggerations about evolution.  This may come as a surprise to you, especially since evolution is taught a fact in most public schools.  But, believe it or not, there is much more to the issue of evolution than is included in the pages of most high school biology textbooks.  In fact, when all the facts are considered, and despite all appearances to the contrary, evolution is a theory in crisis.  Let me explain.           ...

Sunday, December 18th
Author(s): Kirk Cameron

                           Old MacCameron Had a FarmI've always wanted a chicken. I love farm animals of all kinds, but there is something about those fuzzy little birds that I am particularly fond of. Luke, my four-year-old son, recently hatched some chicks in his pre-school classroom and I practically trampled some toddlers on my way to the brooder to see them. I was jealous of those kids for having chickens, and I finally broke down--I determined to get my own. But I couldn't just go to the store and buy them, because I am a married man. Married men don't do such selfish things without...

Sunday, December 18th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Stem Cell Warsby Kerby Anderson              The political war over stem cell research is heating up as evidenced by two recent events in the media. For the last few weeks, Senate Democrats have blocked action on a bill that would allow the use of umbilical cord blood in stem cell research. Although the bill passed the House by a remarkable vote of 431-1, the democratic leadership in the Senate would not allow a vote on the measure. The bill was even endorsed by the Congressional Black Caucus due to the positive appeal from former basketball star Julius (Dr. J.) Erving. Also in the news was...

Monday, December 12th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

No To Baby Jesus But Pornography and Bestiality o.k.?By Brannon S. Howse  Recently Brandi Chambless was told by a Bartlett, Tennessee branch library staff member that she could not use a public shelf to display a Nativity scene along with an announcement about a Christmas concert at Broadmoor Baptist Church. The shelf is open to the public for advertising upcoming community activities.  The library official told Brandi that a donkey, sheep and other farm animals, along with a Shepherd boy, could be displayed but the Wise men; Joseph, Mary and the Baby Jesus were inappropriate "religious...

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