Joseph Stalin‘s atheistic regime killed tens of millions of people. Concerning atheism and mass murder, Christian apologist Gregory Koukl wrote that “the assertion is that religion has caused most of the killing and bloodshed in the world. There are people who make accusations and assertions that are empirically false. This is one of them.” Koukl… Read More »
(2 Timothy 3:12 NKJV) Yes, and all who desire to live godly in Christ Jesus will suffer persecution. The story of God’s people has always involved persecution at the hands of their enemies. Yet even in the face of great tribulation, and severe persecution God has sustained His people, and stood by them. Persecution is… Read More »
Here are just a few points taken from the Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx. Do you think any of these describe what is taking place in the United States today? Abolition of property in land and application of all rents of land to public purposes. A heavy progressive or graduated income tax. Confiscation of the… Read More »
“The slope goes from disinformation to defamation. Once they can dismiss you as one of ‘those’ kinds of people–ether ignorant or a bigot-they begin to marginalize you… Then it goes from marginalization to discrimination, and then from discrimination to outright persecution.” Dr. Gary Cass, president of the Christian Anti-Defamation Commission In 2007, Daniel Lapin,… Read More »
Islam is being systematically spread in the schools of the United States, using tax payer dollars. Watch this shocking video.
by Randall R. Kniess Unless the nation’s pastors and religious leaders begin to speak up of the evils which are about to enslave this nation, its churches, and those who faithfully tithe and support their churches, this nation will be put in great danger. It was the clergy that moved the people into action in… Read More »
By Timothy Jerry In his book ‘The American Covenant,’ historian and author, Marshall Foster, recounts a historic meeting that took place in a loft above Pecks Restaurant, in Manhattan, NY, on September 12, 1905. Upton Sinclair, Jack London, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, J.G. Phelps Stokes, and Charles Darrow (all prominent men) were gathered for the specific… Read More »