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Who Owns the Family

Who Owns the Family

Out of all the issues which are making the largest impact for ill in our culture, the battle for who owns the family is uppermost. Today I would like to address the issue of a Biblical worldview regarding the family and look at the attack upon the family, the forces which have been loosening the lug nuts of our society.

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Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) (Photo credit: Darth Kalwejt)

What Can’t Be Ignored

Today, Bernie Sanders’ claimed socialist identity should not be taken lightly. His formidable presence is anticipatory to what is being highlighted in schools and universities across our country. The good senator senses this growing support and thus, the battle begins. So, it’s time we realize that communism is still our foe, and this time around, the battlefield lies within the hearts and minds of Americans.

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Authentic Christianity in America: Wheat and Chaff

Authentic Christianity in America: Wheat and Chaff

Much has been made recently about a Pew Research poll released in May which indicated the number of Christians in America is falling. But while this was met with great glee by the secularist Left and other God-haters, it bears noting that even after over half a century of lies and vilification of Christianity from the Left, still more than 70% of Americans identify with Christianity.

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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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The Right Side of History

The Right Side of History

Whether or not people recognize it or admit it, the pro-life position has majority sentiment on it’s side. Advocates for life should take this news as a challenge. We need to revolutionize the way we talk about abortion so that people can say out loud and with their heads held high that they oppose the voluntary killing of unborn infants.

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The Trigger Nation

The Trigger Nation

It does not take many trips to Tumblr or Facebook to pick up on a pattern. Countless young people rush in to call foul on any hint of judgment or criticism directed against their select group of protected categories (this group of categories is constantly changing - the cataloging of it is beyond the scope of this article).

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5 Year Old Boy with a Lesson for the Entire World…And a Lingering Question

5 Year Old Boy with a Lesson for the Entire World…And a Lingering Question

The story begins in Prattville, Alabama, a town named after industrialist and architect Daniel Pratt and founded in 1839. Known for its huge cotton gin set by the Autauga Creek, it was well known as an industrial center until recent times, but now has been placed prominently on the map once again by a five year old boy named Josiah Duncan.

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Beyoncé and Jay-Z (Photo credit: hollaa01)

Jay Z and Beyoncé Bankrolling Liberty or Slavery?

Jay Z and Beyoncé bankrolled protesters in Baltimore and Ferguson with tens of thousands of dollars in bail money, a writer and social activist close to both of them claimed. “I can say I’ve personally helped facilitate donations they’ve given to protesters directly and that they never ask for anything in return, especially publicity,” author Dream Hampton told the Daily News in an email.

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Deserving of Ownership

Deserving of Ownership

We all share in what we most detest. For too many irrelevant reasonings, we have dismissed, denied, ignored or just been unfaithful but certainly less than noble of what we inherited at birth. As a result, this inheritance is now in great peril.

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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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