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"Blessings of Liberty?" Will I Despair or Will I Declare?

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Recently while driving and listening to talk radio, a gentleman who called in to make a comment really touched my heart.  I didn’t catch his name but from his remarks he seemed to be a very bright man who deeply

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War with ISIS: Don’t Touch the Mountain

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We were told last week that the greatest threat to our wellbeing today is some new Mohamedean group ISIS who is ravaging the Middle East.  We have also been advised that the best security is for us to go to

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The California Version of Sharia Law

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Behold the secularist/atheist’s version of Sharia Law. Christianity Today asks: “Will InterVarsity Losing Cal State Standoff Be Tipping Point for Campus Ministries Nationwide?” Despite a year’s worth of persuasion and a New York Times article that sparked widespead support this summer, InterVarsity

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Thinking Reasonably: What is Truth?

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Many posts I have written have begun with a simple frustration that many people don’t seem to grasp the basic need for thinking reasonably about the question, What is truth? – to include “truth” as an essential part of how they

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ACLU Threats - Obstacles or Opportunities? Something to Think About

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Dealing with ACLU threats has helped me think about how we should deal with opposition. Do you find yourself discouraged over the sheer volume of battles we face as progressives continue to interfere in so many areas of our personal

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Our “Allies” in Saudi Arabia Move to Persecute Christians

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If the President was truly a Christian, he would address our alleged “friends” in Saudi Arabia about this atrocity—after all, when your family is arrested for praying, you do everything possible to correct the injustice. From the Daily Mail: “Dozens

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Freedom of Religion in the Military – Use It or Lose It

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How do you defend freedom—the freedom of religion or any other freedom? By exercising it—even at the risk of punishment. The Founders risked everything—everything—to bring us the precious gift of civil liberties. Too many today won’t risk their job, pension,

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Dem Sees Christian Genocide, But Does the White House?

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I don’t often hear of people talking about Christian genocide. While we get geared up to fight our not-a-war, I still have not seem many (any?) denunciations of the mistreatment and killing of Christians from this Administration. What seems especially

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Representing the Almighty

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Have you ever thought about the difficulties of communication? It was interesting last month to watch my girls play with a friend’s children who hardly spoke any English. They found ways to play together in spite of the language barrier.

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Diversity Enforced: University Excommunicates Christians

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You would think that diversity enforced would result in the protection of diversity. But no, it results in what Christians call “excommunication” meaning “to be put out of fellowship.” Jesus gave instructions about excommunication as recorded in Matthew’s Gospel, chapter

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Battle for the Bible Never Over—Not Even in the Church!

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Subtle errors often lead to egregious ones. Why must we fight the battle for the Bible? Without an anchor—the Spirit-inspired Bible—Christianity drifts on the tides, crashes into reefs, runs aground, capsizes, and sinks. Each time these things happen, people are

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Sometimes Christians Need to Support Separation of Church and State

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Christians are often accused of not believing in the separation of church and state. But in some cases, the accusers are right and Christians need to change their ways. Here’s my torpedo of the week: Christians are commanded—it’s not optional—to

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