I am quite in harmony with the main thrust of the TEA-Party movements. T-E-A, “Taxed Enough Already,” is a great rallying cry. “Taxed Too Much Already” would be better, but doesn’t square the convenient acronym. I fully support the TEA-parties’ stated aims to reduce taxes and limit government mainly because I, on principle, oppose socialism […]
The Tea Partiers have made Obama’s socialism one of their biggest issues, but what about the socialism that’s already firmly entrenched in our culture? Joel McDurmon, filling in for Gary DeMar, discusses the socialism that the Tea Party conservatives are ignoring and the hypocrisy that comes with their selective ire.
It interested me to learn yesterday that the Federal government decreed to give me a considerable sum of cash more than the full amount of income tax withheld from me. You read that right—not only do my tax deductions and tax credits allow me a return of the full amount of my federal income tax withholdings, but the total of tax credits actually push the figure beyond that full amount by a considerable sum. Thanks to Obama’s Stimulus Package, changes and additions to the tax credits have created this situation. It’s free money from the government! Or so it seems.
In his work entitled The Future of Christianity Alister E. McGrath focuses on the major paths and trends of Christianity in the twentieth century as a background for determining what may lay in store for the church, globally considered, in the near future. His analysis deals with the effects of Enlightenment thought on theology and lays out a method of appropriate reaction. For this he draws from the work of the Italian Marxist Antonio Gramsci. This proposal has appealing aspects and yet sounds suspicious for drawing upon the Marxist theorist. In this essay, I hope to show you some of the worthy features while pointing to a better role model from Church history.
Gold is your best investment option right now. Filling in for Gary DeMar, Joel mcDurmon discusses the pros and cons of investing in gold and why it is still your best, most reliable option.