Archive for April 8th, 2012

American Clarion Week in Review, Ending Apr. 7, 2012

American Clarion Week in Review, Ending Apr. 7, 2012

These were the most-read articles at American Clarion last week, including: Merchant Seaman In 1798, Health Care On Federal Enclaves, And Really Silly Journalists; Supremely Disturbing, Boorish Obama; School Kids Targeted by Federal Pro-Homosexual Legislation; South Dakota Rep. Stace Nelson Announces Re-Election Campaign; Real Republicans Take on Fake Republicans in Primaries; What Hath God Wrought in the Mind of an Inventor?; Unconstitutional ObamaCare; Did Cheney pull strings for his heart transplant?; and more!

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Did Jesus Really Rise From the Dead?

Did Jesus Really Rise From the Dead?

On this Easter Sunday, known by many Christians as Resurrection Day, the question is once again before us. No, not really the question of whether Jesus of Nazareth existed–almost no serious historian doubts that a man called Jesus of Nazareth really existed, and that he had a profound effect on the world beginning around 2,000 years ago. No the question is whether Jesus really was who he claimed to be (not a great teacher, not a prophet, not a moral man, but the Son of God), and whether he actually rose from the dead. Do you have what it takes to investigate the question?

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Nuclear Giants and Ethical Infants

Nuclear Giants and Ethical Infants

Five-Star General Omar Bradley died APRIL 8, 1981. He worked for Wabash Railroad, until his Sunday School superintendent at Central Christian Church in Moberly, Missouri, recommended he apply to West Point. General Omar Bradley stated in an Armistice Day speech, November 11, 1948: We have grasped the mystery of the atom and rejected the Sermon on the Mount. The world has achieved brilliance without conscience. Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants.

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