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President Trump, We are the Christians: “Negotiate” for Us

President Trump, We are the Christians: “Negotiate” for Us

As the rightful administrator over the affairs of this nation, we do expect you to negotiate with Congress and Senate for the appointment of federal judges who will fully honor our rights under the constitution to practice our religious beliefs.

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Why Would a Loving God…

Why Would a Loving God…

The question of why evil exists in a universe that the Bible tells us was created by a loving God is one that I and probably just about every human being has grappled with at one point or another.

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Kim Burrell

Christian Persecution in America

It should be clear that what motivates the pro-homosexual movement is not advancing a free and tolerant society. It is promoting a society that legitimizes their point of view and punishes, as severely as possible, those that reject it. This is fascism, not freedom.

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Does a Cross on a City Christmas Tree Violate the First Amendment?

Does a Cross on a City Christmas Tree Violate the First Amendment?

This phrase “separation of church and state” has been repeated so many times that many actually believe it is part of the First Amendment. Those that use it want people to join them in removing God from everything in our lives today. They also want to remove our godly heritage from our history. The truth is, the words “separation of church and state” are nowhere in the First Amendment or the text of the U.S. Constitution.

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The Separation of Church and the Luciferian State

The Separation of Church and the Luciferian State

The writing’s on the wall and the threats to humanity are increasing by the day. It’s a day when tyrants are honored by so-called religious leaders and demonic agendas proceed to go mainstream.

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U.S. Supreme Court (Photo credit: Daderot)

Crucial religious freedom case arrives to Supreme Court

Even with Scalia’s presence on the court, Obamacare survived two crucial court decisions that could have dealt it fatal or near-fatal blows. And then, last year, by a 5-4 vote, the court redefined marriage. Conservatives know that a loss of Scalia’s conservative anchor would open the door for our nation’s highest court to turn completely into a group of black-robed Hollywood scriptwriters.

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Tim Kaine and Mike Pence

A Candidate’s Religion Must Govern Their Actions in Office

I watched the tail end of the vice presidential debates last week and was interested in the question about how the candidates handled the issue of their religious beliefs when it came to public policy, when that policy was against what they believed. The moderator asked, “Can you discuss in detail a time when you struggled to balance your personal faith and a public policy position?

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The Failure of Public Schools is not Transgender Perversion

The Failure of Public Schools is not Transgender Perversion

The Anne Arundel County Public School District in Maryland has instructed teachers and faculty to let transgender students bunk with other students of the gender with which they identify — and not tell parents.

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Living in the Culture War Zone

Living in the Culture War Zone

The new secularists relate to government less as a source of protection and more as a tool of aggression, as a battering ram to force others to accept and live with values they reject. We have had government redefine our ancient biblical institutional of marriage. And now we are witnessing the use of government power to obliterate all sense of appropriate sexual behavior.

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A Review of Matt Barber’s ‘Hating Jesus: The American Left’s War on Christianity’

A Review of Matt Barber’s ‘Hating Jesus: The American Left’s War on Christianity’

Long before Matt Barber published “Hating Jesus” I was reading Matt’s articles online. I always marveled at his writing skills which mimicked his skill in the art of pugilism, (boxing) the similarities were unmistakable. He always knows his opponents style and after sizing them up puts forth an amazing form that catches them off guard.

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