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Jesus is the Final Answer Regarding God’s Will to Heal the Sick

By Timothy Jerry Over the years, I have heard numerous Christians sight various examples of Bible characters that they believe supported the idea, that God chooses for reasons beyond our knowledge to heal some while refusing to heal others. Two of the most common examples are Job and the apostle Paul. The traditional interpretation of… Read More »

The Strange Death of Europe

“Europe is committing suicide. Or at least its leaders have decided to commit suicide.” Those are the opening words of Douglas Murray’s controversial best-seller, “The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam.” What Murray means when he says that Europe is “committing suicide” is that “the civilization we know as Europe is in the process… Read More »

The Continuing Triumph of Faith: The World Is Becoming More Religious

Ever hear the old saw that religious people are on the wrong side of history? It isn’t true. Turns out, we’re on the right side of the future as well. A year ago, National Geographic told readers that “religion is rapidly becoming less important than it’s ever been, even to people who live in countries… Read More »

How to Raise a Pagan in a Christian Home

By Barrett Johnson Every imperfect and normal family wants their kids to turn out right. So, we establish goals for character development and try to create an environment where our kids can mature. Church, school, sports teams, family relationships … each of these provides a context where our kids can learn to “love your neighbor… Read More »

Violent Words Have Turned to Violent Deeds: The Rise of the Radical Left

9:00AM EDT 6/19/2017 Michael Brown A female Kurdish fighter from the People’s Protection Units (YPG) fires a long-range sniper rifle at Islamic State militants in Raqqa, Syria. (REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic) From violent campus protests to the shooting of a congressman, the violent, radical left is rising. But this should not surprise us at all. The handwriting… Read More »

Can Our Universities Be Saved From Radical-Left Ideologies?

By Dr. Michael Brown Where is the one place in America where free speech is commonly suppressed, where there is often as much indoctrination as education, and where radical-left ideologies reign almost unchallenged? It is our college and university campuses. Many of them have become so biased and extreme that even CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, hardly… Read More »

Blurred Lines: Understanding The Effort To Redefine Gender And Sexuality

“No one should be put in that position.”By Chris Agee on March 22, 2017 at 4:12pm While civil-rights movements of decades past were met with fierce resistance, the current effort to promote tolerance of wide-ranging sexual and gender identities faces unique challenges. Numerous advocacy groups have dedicated a large part, if not all, of their… Read More »

Conservative Purge – Universities Require Pledge To “Diversity Statements”

“The philosophy of the classroom today will be the philosophy of government tomorrow.” President Abraham Lincoln Diversity statements have become common in university and even high school hiring processes as schools become increasingly focused on ensuring liberal viewpoints rather than hiring the most qualified candidates. Groups such as the Oregon Association of Scholars and the… Read More »

Time, Nat Geo Push ‘Astonishingly Perverse Covers’

Paul Bremmer Posted with permission from WND “Why Amnesty Makes Sense” reads the cover of a June 2007 issue of Time magazine, teasing an immigration story inside. “Is Your Baby Racist?” asks a 2009 Newsweek cover. And “Gender Revolution” blares a January 2017 National Geographic cover featuring a “transgender child.” These three magazine covers, and… Read More »

United Church of Christ Continues To Promote Anti-Israel Agenda

The United Church of Christ (UCC), a liberal Protestant church with roots that go back to the Mayflower, is at it again. During the first few days of July 2017, the denomination’s deliberative body, the General Synod, will gather in Baltimore Maryland. The General Synod will approve the denomination’s budget and vote on some proposals… Read More »