The American Vision: A Biblical Worldview Ministry

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Call It Kopechne Care

Death is the great equalizer. It’s the door that we all have to pass through (Heb. 9:27). In life, no one is really equal, not even before the law. Ted Kennedy used the tragedies of others to increase the power of the Federal Government. He has been described as a lion, but we were his […]

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Atheist Christopher Hitchens in Debate of His Life

For nearly a year I have been working with a group of producers in the development of the film Collision: Is Christianity Good for the World?, a debate between atheist Christopher Hitchens and Christian apologist Douglas Wilson. This is one of the most unique debate presentations I have ever seen. While I have participated in […]

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"My Genes Made Me do It!"

The response to my article "Reba McEntire says "Don't Judge Homosexuals" was encouraging. Not all agreed. That's OK. American Vision is about exposing errors in reasoning in addition to putting forth a coherent biblical worldview.

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Reba McEntire says "Don't Judge Homosexuals"

Why do generally conservative people support liberal causes like homosexuality? Consider Ted Olson, the 42nd United States Solicitor General under George W. Bush, noted conservative, critic of Bill Clinton, and the attorney who delivered Bush's oral argument before the Supreme Court in Bush v. Gore that settled the 2000 election. Olson has joined with David Boies to file a lawsuit in U.S. federal court to force federal recognition of same-sex marriage.

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Making and Controlling a Robotic Public

As I was making my way through the channels to watch an episode of King of the Hill, I stopped on a channel that was showing the film I, Robot (2004). I, Robot is based very loosely on Isaac Asimov's book of robot stories of the same name. The film's story line, however, is based on the script Hardwired written by Jeff Vintar. The robots have been created to serve humans, but according to a specific set of three laws. The laws remind me of where we are politically.

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So Now It's OK to Impose Morality

With the best-seller status of books supporting atheism and attacking religion in the news, it’s remarkable to see so much talk about religion by the president and liberals in general. Can you identify who said this?: “Science is a gift of God to all of us, and science has taken us to a place that […]

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Indoctrination is an Inescapable Concept

A window of opportunity exists in our nation since families are being pressured by circumstances seemingly beyond their control to follow ominous historical patterns set before us in the atheistic regimes of Marx and Hitler. Education, for the most part, is centralized and controlled by civil government, at both the state and national levels with […]

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The Enlightened Before the Enlightenment

Almost every modern critic of America's Christian heritage makes the claim that America was founded solely on Enlightenment principles as they get to define them. For evidence they refer to Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson and add for good measure James Madison, John Adams, and Thomas Paine as if these men were the only founders of America.

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Republicans are Socialists Too

Lawrence O'Donnell, the stand-in host for loudmouth Ed Schultz of "The Ed Show," put Rep. John Culberson (R-Tex.) on the spot with a series of questions about Socialism. O'Donnell, sympathetic to Socialism himself, wanted Rep. Culberson to admit that Social Security, Medicaid, and Medicare are Socialistic programs, and since they are, why do Republicans object to government-run healthcare; it's just more of the same.

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Why Health Insurance is Not like Car Insurance

Chris Matthews, the irritating host of MSNBC’s “Hardball,” was questioning Tim Phillips who is president of Americans for Prosperity on mandatory government sponsored healthcare. As usual, Matthews didn’t want to engage in debate; he only wanted to obfuscate. Matthews tried to compare auto insurance with health care. Here was the exchange: MATTHEWS: Do you like […]

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What Our Founders Understood About Human Nature

Long before C.S. Lewis, our nation's founding fathers understood man's basic problem. There was the general acknowledgment of human sinfulness, even among those who had been "refined" by education and breeding: "The heart is more deceitful than all else and is desperately sick" (Jer. 17:9).

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Who are the Real Brownshirts?

Congressman Brian Baird, a Democrat from Vancouver, Washington, told the Columbian, a newspaper serving Clark County: "What we're seeing right now is close to Brown Shirt tactics. . . . I mean that very seriously." On Rachel Maddow's MSNBC show, Baird went even further by claiming that town hall rhetoric was "eerily reminiscent of the kind of things that led Timothy McVeigh to bomb the federal building in Oklahoma." Congressman Baird should take a gander at this exchange between one of his fellow Democrat colleagues and a medical doctor who lives in Rep. David Scott's district in Georgia and tell us who the brownshirt is. (This report is the way journalism should be done. Bravo to "11 Alive News" in Atlanta.) Nancy Pelosi stepped in it, although the media are ignoring it, when she claimed that attendees were "carrying swastikas and symbols like that to a town meeting on healthcare."

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