October 4th, 2006 | by James DeMar

Where do you run to when you are being chased by what you cannot see? Whom do you trust when everyone is a stranger? What conclusion do you come to about hundreds and possibly thousands of coincidences? When nothing is of the ordinary, how do you cope? If you are LOST, will counting to ten help you

Film-Making: An Opportunity, Not an Obstacle

October 3rd, 2006 | by Gary DeMar

My wife and I spent yesterday going through the Ft. Myers, Florida, laboratory of Thomas Alva Edison. Edison had 1093 patents to his credit. The patents that have done more to change our world are the electric light, the phonograph, and the motion picture camera, the three necessary ingredients that went into creating the film industry

Modern Eugenics: Our Brave New World

October 2nd, 2006 | by admin

"Soon...prospective parents may be able to choose between an embryo that could become a child with a lower risk of colon cancer who is likely to be fat, or one who is likely to be thin but has a slightly elevated risk of Alzheimer's, or a boy likely to be short with low cholesterol but a significant risk of Parkinson's, or a girl likely to be tall with a moderate risk of diabetes."

Advancing the Kingdom – in God’s Strength or Our Own?

September 29th, 2006 | by Brandon Vallorani

Today's Christianity has become humanistic at the core. Just visit the typical Christian bookstore, and you will see shelves filled with self-help books, religious trinkets, irreverent T-shirts, secular music disguised as "Christian" music, and more. Rather than setting the agenda for society, transforming lives, and creating culture, Christians have allowed humanists or the State to take control of our educational institutions, sciences, and arts

Boise’s Fight for the Ten Commandements

September 28th, 2006 | by admin

Boise is a community just like many others. It is the center of the Treasure Valley - a group of cities in the Southwest corner of Idaho that makes up most of Idaho's economic and cultural influence

The World Can’t Wait: The October 5th Non-Event

September 27th, 2006 | by Gary DeMar

Muslims are killing other Muslims, blowing up planes, trains, and nightclubs, threatening to wipe Israel off the map, warning the Pope that if he comes to Turkey he will be killed, and promising to take over the world and force everyone to bow before Allah in a convert-or-die evangelistic thrust

Would Jesus Use VeggieTales?

September 26th, 2006 | by Gary DeMar

It's the retelling of Bible stories by VeggieTellers that drives me out of my gourd. Conservative Christians demand accurate Bible translations, but they don't seem too concerned when the Bible is fictionalized in order to convey a message not actually found in a biblical story

VeggieTating? Try Meaty Tales!

September 25th, 2006 | by Gary DeMar

Before Pixar's Toy Story, there was VeggieTales. Since 1993, 50 million DVDs and video tapes have been sold through outlets like Wal-Mart, Costco, and Target. This doesn't include 7 million audio CDs and 10 million books. They're everywhere, almost as ever-present as the Left Behind series. Entire websites are devoted to the characters and their stories

Governor of West Virginia Establishes Christian Heritage Week

September 22nd, 2006 | by Brandon Vallorani

As a native West Virginian and graduate of West Virginia University, I take pride in the accomplishments of my home state. It's true that West Virginia has had it's fair share of challenges economically and educationally. I believe it's been difficult to overcome these challenges in part because two very liberal senators, Robert C. Byrd (D) and John D. Rockefeller (D), have been re-elected continually for decades

What Would the Founders Have Done?

September 21st, 2006 | by Gary DeMar

Richard Brookhiser has written a new book that asks the question, "What Would the Founders Do?"[1] Of course, in answering this question, it matters what founders we ask. This is especially true when the issue of religion comes up. There is a diversity opinion among leading founders like John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and George Washington

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