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The Lost Holy Day

The Lost Holy Day

There are many unanswered questions regarding the recent Amtrak train wreck that killed eight people and injured more than 200 others. “Experts said the train’s speed in the moments before the crash raised several questions: Could a technical glitch have caused the locomotive to speed up so rapidly?

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Why are Intellectual Giants so Often Spiritual Pygmies?

Why are Intellectual Giants so Often Spiritual Pygmies?

While everyone is following one philosophy or another, some like to think of themselves as well rounded eclectics who can pull the best out of several disciplines and fit in with any secularists on all levels. Over-generalization becomes their mentor. They are people of the world, taught by the world and answerable to no one in particular. Most people in the rank and file today, fit well into the latter category.

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The Future of Freedom Hinges on Faith

The Future of Freedom Hinges on Faith

The American founding and the socio-political tradition that grew out of it provides a good example of the Judeo-Christian ethic’s significance as a foundation of modern liberalism. The American Republic was forged our of a moral and theological consensus that included a number of key principles.

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You ‘Must be Made’ to Obey

You ‘Must be Made’ to Obey

We’re fast moving from a soft tyranny to hard tyranny, and “progressive” leaders are emboldened to the degree that they will openly call for it. The time of which many of us have long warned is no longer on the horizon. The left’s full-on assault against freedom, most especially religious freedom, is at hand. Oddly, or maybe not so oddly, it’s at once the secular left and orthodox Muslims who lead the charge. These strange bedfellows share a common enemy.

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They Would Just Sing Louder!

They Would Just Sing Louder!

It is disgraceful what we are not seeing from the pulpits in America today. Rather than seeing a thunderous barrage of righteous indignation against murder of the unborn, and zeal against tyranny, injustice, immorality, we are hearing virtually nothing from over 300,000 pulpits…silence

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Competing Belief Systems

Competing Belief Systems

The curious thing about those who most loudly preach tolerance is their own excessive intolerance. They will not tolerate anyone who disagrees with them on any issue that is important to them. Consider as just one example, the female who has decided she ought to inhabit the White House.

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Three Trees: A Serious Warning to America

While a small window of time now exists in which to change course, if Obama’s “change” is not altered, it will, as promised, produce a change, but it will bring more regret and severity than all the sorrow produced in the First the Second Wars combined.

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Battling Anti-Christian ‘Stink Bugs’ at Graduation

Battling Anti-Christian ‘Stink Bugs’ at Graduation

It happens every year. School officials hostile to religion, most especially the Christian religion, begin spouting the mythological “separation of church and state” talking points spoon-fed them by the aforementioned secularist organizations. This disinformation campaign has had tremendous success over the years and so we must set the record straight.

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Supremes Contemplate Making War Against Heaven

Supremes Contemplate Making War Against Heaven

While there are some American people that are ignorantly anticipating the Supreme Court’s decision on what its definition of marriage is, it is important to remember that the job of the Supreme Court justices is to discover written law and apply written law. They are not there to legislate or to activate, nor is it their business to redefine what they do not agree with when it come to the One who gave law.

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God’s Education Plan

God’s Education Plan

From Horace Mann to the present, the state has used education to socialize the child. The school’s basic purpose, according to its own philosophers, is not education in the traditional sense of the 3 R’s. Instead, it is to promote “democracy” and “equality,” not in their legal or civic sense, but in terms of the engineering of a socialized citizenry.

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