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Murder Incorporated: Taking Stock of the Culture of Death

Murder Incorporated: Taking Stock of the Culture of Death

There is an untold side of the tragic murder of Richard Wilbur Collins III by Sean Christopher Urbanski. In 2012 Richard graduated from Annapolis Area Christian School where he was taught to view all of life through the lens of God’s Holy Word. He was taught that God created the Universe and everything in it including himself. He was taught that the highest purpose of human life is to glorify God by obeying His Commandments and serving God in this world. He was taught to obey the Ten Commandments, things like “Thou shalt not murder,” as well as that murder is the unjust taking of a human life. He was taught that to murder someone that is made in the Image of God, as all human beings are, is such a heinous crime that the murderer forfeits his right to live and that a just society therefore would execute all […]

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Can America Endure its Snowflakes, Demons and Democrats?

Can America Endure its Snowflakes, Demons and Democrats?

Not only was conservative speaker Ann Coulter forced out of her speaking engagement at University of California-Berkeley, but following the riots there, a student senator told the school paper that the continued presence of the police on campus was “re-traumatizing” students on campus. To think of it! These brave hearts, whose mothers managed to pass by the abortion mills without responding to the Sanger-ian call to abort, and then clumsily diddling through high school, now are offended with cops on campus. The sheer horror of peace officers in the midst!

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The Benedict Option?

The Benedict Option?

In a time when ‘anti-Christian hostility infects powerful elite subculture,’ as studied and hypothesized by David Williamson and George Yancey in the book, “So Many Christians, So Few Lions: Is There Christianophobia in the United States?” the need to review and reassess our standing before God and man is due for a close evaluation.

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United Airlines: A Point Missed

United Airlines: A Point Missed

I’m not here to defend United Airlines’ policy on bumping, but there is a policy. They do bump. I know it and I’m not even a flier. So how do I know airlines bump? I saw it on websites when checking out ticket prices for a friend. Tickets or reservations (or however termed) were subject to b-u-m-p-i-n-g. If I know it, I would think someone that flies would know it, too.

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Can a Peter Pan Generation Preserve Liberty?

Can a Peter Pan Generation Preserve Liberty?

Psychologist Dan Kiley has identified what he calls the Peter Pan syndrome: a serious social-psychological phenomenon is besetting American males: hundreds of thousands of boys are refusing to become men. Though they have reached adult age, the are unable to face adult feelings and responsibilities.

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The Return of the One that Got Away

The Return of the One that Got Away

When I converted to Christianity it became apparent that I could not reconcile my faith in God with my musical listening tendencies. I soon found myself sorting through my compact disc collection and discarding those which I deemed incompatible with my Christian worldview. With the exception of a few U2 albums, my complete collection, predominantly comprised of high profile hard rock selections from the eighties and nineties, had been completely purged.

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The War of Western Culture

The War of Western Culture

It is easier to see what is happening when a person commits suicide than when a whole nation does the same thing. National suicide takes place when a society makes deliberate choices which doom it to destruction. America is on the path of national suicide. That path is down the road of exploding drug addictions, sexual immorality, the destruction of the family and the forsaking of God’s Holy Law. The talking heads in our land will not tell you the reality that this has all occurred by design.

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Reviving the Remnant

Reviving the Remnant

All true Christians can easily discern there is something terribly, awfully wrong in this world today. I understand that many people are hopeful for America’s future under bold, new American leadership. To the “natural man” things may appear to be looking up. But, I’m afraid I am not so optimistic. We are living in a culture so confused and twisted, it’s almost unbelievable.

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A Loving Challenge to Jon Foreman, Lecrae and all of Christian Music’s Finest

A Loving Challenge to Jon Foreman, Lecrae and all of Christian Music’s Finest

I’m not here to vilify Dan Haseltine, who somewhat shockingly embraced the ways of the LGBT (at the expense of his own career). We all must choose our own way, knowing that the wrong way is always just one false turn away. We sacrifice one attribute of God at the expense of them all. This was never about right vs. left, but rather right vs. wrong, in terms of natural theology vs. Christian orthodoxy.

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Hollywood: You act like America, but you are not America!

Hollywood: You act like America, but you are not America!

Ashton Kutcher called out President Trump at the recent SAG Awards like the President was a child rebelling against those sage and privileged few we refer to as celebrities who really think they know what is best for America. After years of portraying America’s teenagers as moronic sex crazed imbeciles on ‘That 70s Show’ Kutcher has ridden the fame train right into the land of superior wisdom and now he knows with unwavering certainty that the travel ban imposed by the President is wrong. Kutcher insists that those being blocked are as he declares, “Welcome in my America.” Yes Ashton, immigrants are indeed part of the fabric of America, but we are and have been a nation with them and without them. Today some of them come to our shores from other nations with ideologies, plans and schemes to express their views at the expense of our peace, our culture […]

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