Atheism: A Worldview Built on Something

October 9th, 2007 | by Gary DeMar

Nica Lalli is an atheist, but she doesn't want to be lumped in with all atheists. Welcome to the club. Not all Christians want to be lumped in with all who call themselves Christians or with those who are religious in some way

Atheism’s Annual Revival Meeting

October 8th, 2007 | by Gary DeMar

The annual "Crystal Clear Atheism" event was held in Crystal City, Virginia, and was sponsored by the Atheist Alliance International, "the only democratic national atheist organization in the United States."

Christmas Briefly Banned in the Land of Lincoln & O’Bama

October 5th, 2007 | by Brandon Vallorani

While it would be easy to criticize the quality of education in these government schools, I am more interested in knowing about their vision for the future. Especially because 30 percent of this district consists of an Arab population, most of whom are devout Muslims

The Quest for Escape

October 4th, 2007 | by American Vision

Fifty years ago today, the Soviet Union launched the first man-made satellite into space, forever altering the way we look into the skies and the world around us. On October 4, 1957, the beach ball-sized Sputnik was launched into orbit and the U.S.S.R. claimed victory in the space race

Save The Titanic

October 3rd, 2007 | by Dr. Richard A. Jones

Following a recent article, several of you emailed to ask why I appear to prefer homeschooling (HS) as the best educational weapon in this battle for the mind of fragile (5 to 18 year olds) Christian kids instead of opting for a two-way mix of homeschooling and private Christian schools (PCS.)

Grasshoppers and Giants

October 2nd, 2007 | by Gary DeMar

Three articles dealing with two less than small Christian colleges caught my attention. The first article was written by Hanna Rosin and highlights Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, Virginia.1 Rosin is the author of the book God's Harvard: A Christian College on a Mission to Save America. God's Harvard is Patrick Henry College


October 1st, 2007 | by Gary DeMar

The first rule of economics is TANSTAAFL: There Ain't No Such Thing as a Free Lunch.[1] While something might appear to be free (e.g., education, healthcare, etc.), there is always a cost to someone

The Politics of Free Speech

September 27th, 2007 | by American Vision

The First Amendment to the Constitution is one of the most foundational pieces of legislation and succinctly outlines key freedoms that belong to each and every American. As a corollary, it is also one of the most debated and interpreted collections of words and ideas that have ever been put to paper (or parchment)

Darwin Won’t Do

September 26th, 2007 | by Dr. Richard A. Jones

The topic of libertarianism popped up twice recently, both items serving as an invaluable even though slightly complex reminder of the causative role that restricted-vision families too often play in the U.S.'s cultural tailspin

Thoroughly Unmodern Thomas Jefferson

September 25th, 2007 | by Gary DeMar

The modern-day image of Thomas Jefferson as a social and political liberal would be shattered after a single reading of his Bill for Proportioning Crimes and Punishments. Capital punishment is maintained for murder and treason while rescinded for all other crimes

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