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France Helps Christians Fleeing Islam

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France helps Christians? I apologize for the bad things I’ve said about the French. OK, I don’t apologize for criticizing their insane economic policies and ideas, but… for any general aspersions I’ve cast upon them. [See also, “Sudan Christian Woman

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Only Fools Don't Judge


Far too many Christians don’t judge. My experience has taught me that there is one Bible verse that all of America believes…those who call themselves Christians as well as those who do not.  These two words have become the standard

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Voodoo Christianity


I just returned from some street ministry in the voodoo capital of America, New Orleans.    I couldn’t help but notice some similarities between Bourbon Street and Voodoo Christianity. Voodoo–Based on unrealistic or delusive assumptions: Deceptive or delusive nonsense. For the

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The Bread of Life

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The crisis on the border has just begun its planned devastation on our republic. The question I haven’t seen answered until this week is why now are all these unaccompanied minors illegally crossing our boarders at this time? It turns

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What Makes You an American?

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Are you an American? If you are, can I ask you a question? In your way of thinking, what makes you an American? Is it where you were born? Is it because of where you presently live? Does a SSN

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Will the IRS Monitor Sermons? They Promise Atheist Group to Do So

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Why would the IRS monitor sermons? Let’s get real about the First Amendment and modern Pansex culture. The Bible teaches that marriage is between a man and woman and that there should be no sexual activity outside a marriage. Defining

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David Tyree Hired by Giants; Giants Attacked by the Homosexual Regime


The story of David Tyree is another signal to Christians that we are on the verge of a Homosexual thought control regime where anyone who refuses to think and speak the party line will be relegated to second-class citizenship (assuming

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Christian Fired for Opposing Queen James Bible on His Personal Blog


The Queen James Bible, as it is called, is a revision of the Bible that mutilates its teachings against homosexual practice. A Christian is a follower of Jesus and takes the same view of Scripture that Jesus does. (Yes I

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Sudan Christian Woman Rescued by Vatican & Italian Government; US State Department MIA

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Sudan Christian woman Meriam Ibrahim, with her baby in her arms, is shown in the video below deplaning in Italy: So we now have good reason to believe that Ibrahim is finally safe. And who rescued this wife of an American citizen?

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Portland, Oregon’s Children’s Crusade: Opposing Evangelism

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In light of how Bob Allen described “two theocracies” in his post on Islam and Liberal Progressivism, I now dub Portland, Oregon, the Progressive version of Dearborn, Michigan—only worse. The city where an ice cream parlor celebrated baby-killing is up

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The Massacre of Christians in Iraq: The West is Silent because the West is Guilty

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If you are a Christian who cheered the invasion of Iraq, what do you think now? From the Telegraph: “Iraqi Christians are raped, murdered and driven from their homes – and the West is silent.” For the first time in

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The Wilderness Wanderings

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I just took a trip that I found encouraging in many ways, not just the time with family, and the rich fellowship in Christ, but also the taste of what is out there across America.  Out in the deserts of

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