He is the best friend to American liberty, who is most sincere and active in promoting true and undefiled religion, and who sets himself with the greatest firmness to bear down profanity and immorality of every kind. Whoever is an avowed enemy of God, I scruple not to call him an enemy of his country. — John Witherspoon, signer of the Declaration of Independence, May 17, 1776

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Liberals Announce Plan to ‘Purge’ Christians

J. Matt Barber

They were always deadly serious about criminalizing Christianity and killing free speech, but now the American left has stopped pretending otherwise.

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Boston Moves to Mandate City Insurance Coverage for ‘Transgenders’

Gina Miller

Boston wants its city employee insurance to cover hormone “therapy” and “sex reassignment” surgery for people who delusionally believe they are members of the opposite sex.

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He’s Not There!

Paula Dagnel

During the time of the early Church, when one believer would greet another, he would say “He is risen!” And the other believer would respond “He is risen, indeed!” I’d love to see that brought back to the present day; and if not every time we greet our fellow believer, at the very least, on this Easter weekend.

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If Jesus Came to America, What Would He Find?

David Pepe

If the Lord Jesus Christ came in our day (2014) to the "land of the "free", what would you expect the majority of Americans to do with Him?

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What If Satan Is Real?

Dave Daubenmire

Do you believe in God? Most Americans do. Nearly 93% of Americans believe in some type of “higher power.” The United States has the highest population of self-identified Christians in the world, nearly 250 million. That is 78% of Americans who identify themselves as believers in the Christian God. But if 78% of Americans believe in the Christian God why do so few believe in the Devil?

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