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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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Merry Christmas or Mary’s Christmas?

Merry Christmas or Mary’s Christmas?

In December of 1914, in the first bitter winter of a long bitter war, the solders of the German Empire and the soldiers of the British Empire defied the orders of their officers. They abandoned their hastily dug entrenchments, that would soon grow into an elaborate maze of trenches stretching from Switzerland to the English Channel, to meet each other in no man’s land.

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Faith and Reason Wins

Faith and Reason Wins

According to Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias, true love can never win in a culture void of God’s order and decrees. During a recent conference, Ravi expounded on the three types of cultures.

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Whatever the People Believe is The Truth? Not True!

Whatever the People Believe is The Truth? Not True!

It seems that in America, confused though she may be, they just cannot discern between that which is good and that which is evil. Furthermore, Americans claim that they can recognize the evils, but for some reason or another, they live in subjection to the very evils they decry.

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Photo credit: Broken Sphere

Back When I Was a Boy

I think one of the hardest things about growing old is that you can remember what a pound of hamburger cost fifty years ago ($.45), so when the government assures us over and over there is no inflation, we sort of get a disconnect going that seeps into many different areas of our lives.

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‘Just Preach the Gospel!’

‘Just Preach the Gospel!’

“Just preach the Gospel!” I hear this all the time from professing Christians who dislike our Christian newspaper because they say it is too “political.” “What do you mean, by ‘political?’” I ask. “Well for one thing, why don’t you lay off on all this ‘ProLife’ stuff? We’re tired of hearing about it. We all know about abortion but we can’t win this one. We just have to accept that it’s a legal medical procedure and a fact of life. I know you don’t like it and I know you feel really strongly about this, Rob, but it’s just not that big of a deal.” This was what I was told by a professing Christian recently, who told me they were not renewing their subscription to our newspaper this year — and the reason they gave was because they were tired of all the articles we publish that they deem as being “too […]

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Lenin, Engels, Marx

Millennials, Do You Support Karl Marx or the Bible?

This election tells us that we are in the midst of an ideological war over this question: what is the purpose of civil government? is it a system of legalized plunder where the producers are robbed by those who won’t work, or is it a government which is focused on protecting God given rights which includes property rights.

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Americans: So Easily Controlled

Americans: So Easily Controlled

I ask, is it honorable to live for idols while turning your back to those who fought, bled and died to give us the freedoms in which Americans enjoy? What a disgrace and a shame

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