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The Pharisees and Today’s Church: The Same Now as it Was Then

The Pharisees and Today’s Church: The Same Now as it Was Then

Many of today’s churches are no different than the Pharisees were. Precisely where in the Bible is homosexuality seen to be ok? Yet many denominations are ordaining gay pastors. Where in the Word of God is same-sex marriage approved? Yet many denominations are accepting this as ok.

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LGBT Idolatry in the Pulpit

LGBT Idolatry in the Pulpit

When we ask the question whose to blame for the mess in our county, the most often stated response is that it is politicians. And while they bear a great responsibility, it goes deeper than that. I believe President James Garfield’s had it right in his 1876 Speech on the 100th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.

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An Open Letter from a Pastor to Pastors

An Open Letter from a Pastor to Pastors

In today’s society, we have allowed the lost of our country to dictate that we, as pastors or clergy, should stay away from politics. We have laid down our right as ministers of truth, and more importantly The Truth, and sat in the corner while this nation has been robbed of her stature as a God fearing nation.

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The Liberal Captivity of the Church

The Liberal Captivity of the Church

The liberal concept of Christianity can get along just fine without the inerrancy of scriptures or the exclusivity of the atonement unto salvation. This is not a recent divide, but one that’s been brewing for centuries. Unfortunately, the heretical views are not as recognizable as they’ve been in the past.

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The Liberal Captivity of the Presbyterian Church

The Liberal Captivity of the Presbyterian Church

An unorthodox, liberal co-opting of all mainstream denominations had become commonplace by the early 1930’s. The sinister fruits of the enlightenment had a firm hold on mainstream culture and would come to infiltrate many a church body and denomination.

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American Churches: 20 Years From Now

American Churches: 20 Years From Now

Given the increasing American antagonism towards traditional Christianity, our next twenty years will likely see a more obvious separation between the nominally Christian and the convicted creedal Christian. Nominal Christians will likely become less convicted then ever, ready to dismiss any part of the Bible in order to fall in line with the thinking of the masses.

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How Churches Can Defend from Homosexual Tyranny

How Churches Can Defend from Homosexual Tyranny

In the wake of Friday’s Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage across the nation, American Family Association (AFA, www.afa.net) is encouraging churches to take specific action steps to protect their religious liberties.

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This SPLC Minion Will Be Held Accountable for Threatening Churches

This SPLC Minion Will Be Held Accountable for Threatening Churches

Last week, in Jenison, Michigan, while speaking at an event where my ministry came under heavy attack by the state controlled media, we have now come to learn that the radical sodomite, who stirred all of this up with the use of paid protesters, was responsible for misappropriation of church names to support the sodomite lifestyle. This was all done by attempting to use me as their reason for protest.

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The Church in Exile

The Church in Exile

The Christian church on earth is always, in a sense, in exile. Whatever the incidental identities of her members may be—whether of nationality, race, class, or gender—their ultimate identity is that they are in Christ and belong to him. Yet there are times in history when it is more dramatically obvious, and perhaps more painfully experienced.

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Preaching to The Choir That Just Does Not Sing!

Preaching to The Choir That Just Does Not Sing!

By the looks of the church leaders in America today, one can only see why the enemy has become so emboldened. To tell these church leaders, to lay the axe to the root of the tree would be the unthinkable due to the fact that they are a bunch of spiritual weaklings. They would simply reply that the axe is too heavy.

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