Stimulus 101: Obama Vs. Reagan

May 5th, 2009 | by admin

President Barack Obama says the economy is the worst since the Great Depression. Actually, it is the worst since the Reagan recession of 1982-83. Further, the 2009 market crash is not the worst since 1929, but since 1987 - also on Ronald Reagan's watch


Great Expectations

May 5th, 2009 | by admin

Mother's Day will be celebrated this weekend. Several women emulated good mothering skills to me before I became a mother myself. One of them was my own mother who is 86 years old and still dispensing advice; albeit in a different way from when we children living at home. My mother says that mothering never stops no matter how old one's children are! This past Friday evening, there was a grand celebration at the Atlanta History Museum for a couple whose work has had an amazing impact on generations of children, including my own two sons, who attended The Heiskell School in Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Heiskell are now ninety years old and have had to withdraw from the day-to-day activity of overseeing the Christian school they began 60 years ago in their home. These two individuals taught me, along with many others, how to be a good parent. Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. Heiskell for your many years devoted to training up future generations and, in the process, training parents as well


Greg Graffin: Atheist Punk

May 4th, 2009 | by Dr. Joel McDurmon

Among the outspoken atheists today one has had less public attention, but I think he deserves a little more. UCLA biology professor [&hellip


Beyond Good and Evil

May 4th, 2009 | by Gary DeMar

"It can't happen here!" How many times have we heard this claim? But it can happen here. Many will tell you that it is happening here. It seems that almost on a daily basis we are losing our God-given rights. Some even make the case that there is a direct assault on the Christian religion because it is the only belief system that puts limits on governments. To grow the State means that biblical law must be reinterpreted or made to disappear altogether. Relegating God to a distant corner of the universe or redefining and remaking Him in the image of the politically empowered emboldens governments to "do what they will" without any regard to any fixed moral foundation


Atheism’s Moral Swindle

May 1st, 2009 | by Dr. Joel McDurmon

I long since stopped blogging on atheism, deeming it often a waste of time and occasionally counterproductive. Sometimes, however, the issue merits revisiting. After rereading some old classics, I find the following quotation worth sharing: When one gives up the Christian faith, one pulls the right to Christian morality out from under one's feet. This morality is by no means self-evident: this point has to be exhibited again and again, despite the English flatheads. Christianity is a system, a whole view of things thought out together. By breaking one main concept out of it, the faith in God, one breaks the whole


Chrysler Crisis in Obama’s Town & Country

April 30th, 2009 | by Dr. Joel McDurmon

You’ve heard that “talks” broke down last night between investors and “the administration,” forcing Chrysler to file Chapter 11. The [&hellip


No Creed but Christ

April 30th, 2009 | by American Vision

The "Back Page" of the April 2009 edition of Christianity Today contains an article by Chuck Colson called "Doctrine Bears Repeating." In the article, Colson argues that the church needs to get back to teaching doctrine. Citing several examples of rampant biblical illiteracy among church-goers as evidence, Colson makes his point unavoidably clear with his final words



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