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No Bible, No America

calvin coolidge

There is yet more evidence that, without the Bible, America would be unimaginable. Here is a big slice of American history that academics and elitists would like to bury forever. Joel McDurmon writes about it at the American Vision website: “A

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Civics Testing: The Next Common Core?


There is a new common core approaching. It is civics testing. There is talk among some in the Missouri House of Representatives to require High School students to pass a civics test prior to graduation. As reported in the Southeast Missourian,

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Faithfulness is the Foundation

John Adams

Marital faithfulness and sexual morality are mocked into today’s culture… because we have chosen to be fools. Mississippi lawmakers this week said they want to designate the Bible as the state book. At least two bills are being filed during

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Rick Perry’s Gift to Texas’ Governor-Elect… a Bible Verse?


The former governor chose a great political Bible verse for the next governor! For this week’s commentary I just want to say that I love Jesus Christ! He is not only the greatest Teacher to ever live, but also the

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C. S. Lewis on Mere Liberty and the Evils of Statism


The Christian apologist and author of the Narnia Chronicles hated statism. David J. Theroux, founder and president of The Independent Institute and the C.S. Lewis Society of California, discusses the writings of C.S. Lewis and Lewis’s views on liberty, natural law and

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Being Disfigured by Fire a Just Penalty for 0.1 Oz Marijuana?

dukes burns

A woman never got her day in court before getting disfigured by fire from a police grenade. Any time you discuss the penalties that are imposed in some Muslim countries you usually find most Americans, whether Christian or not, blame

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The Adultery Machine

children of divorce

You can’t consider the sin of adultery without thinking about no-fault divorce. It’s good to be back with you and into this New Year, the Year of our Sovereign Lord Jesus Christ, 2015. A friend of mine wrote a piece

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Newsweek Publishes Defense of Bible from its Attack

open bible

A Christian scholar has responded to the unfounded claims about the Bible made in Newsweek’s pages. OK, so it’s not a cover-story, and it’s classified as “opinion,” yet I still give Newsweek credit for at least publishing a substantive response

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Teacher’s Bible Cookies Unconstitutional? NO!

1st amendment

A California teacher is being called into question for allegedly handing out Bible cookies. I regret to inform you that insanity is once again being visited on American youth in government schools. A California teacher is being called into question

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Bobby Jindal Thinks God Matters to Politics. Is That Bad?

bobby Jindal

Clearly, Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal thinks God matters and says so in political venues. Some find this to be negative. Nick Gillespie is a Libertarian and he’s unhappy about something that Bobby Jindal said. He claims that Jindal wants to

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Science: Kids Are Sinners after All?

i am not a sinner

An earlier study said that young kids were naturally saints; the new one finds evidence of sinners. As we discovered in Portland, Oregon, some people get completely unhinged about noticing that children are sinners. Of course, “sinner” in the Bible

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How Will History Judge Us?

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How might history judge us? Probably not well. It is so hard to see what is going on unless you are able to take a step back and get the panoramic view. It’s like fighting the problem with an ever-increasing

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