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American Vision’s Vision

I’m often asked what American Vision’s "vision" is and how we can best continue to be of service to the country. I’m not AV’s top theorist by any stretch, but I have my beliefs and I trust they aren’t too far off from what God wants. A boring essay won’t do, so I’ll just list the major points as I see them. This "vision" is in 4 parts.

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Should Sarah Palin be in Politics?

There is concern and reservations over the candidacy of Sarah Palin as a vice-presidential candidate, and not all of it is coming from the political left. A number of Christians have expressed their disapproval of a woman holding political office.

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The Tyranny of Common Sense

After last night’s speech by Sarah Palin, it will be next to impossible to argue that John McCain does not have heaps of political tact. His choice for a running mate—especially now that we have heard it from her own mouth—draws the well-defined line in the sand that conservatives have been wanting him to draw for months.

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What About Theocracy?: Part 2

Plenty of evidence from daily news sources plus personal experience has persuaded many that our culture is coming unglued. But agreement ends on the question of the cause of the coarsening values and the definition of the moral yardstick being violated.

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Pluralism’s Trojan Horse

With the leveling of religion, we are seeing the leveling of morality. All lifestyles are permitted in the name of diversity and pluralism. In nearly every case, Christians are the losers. Pluralism is the bait for Christians to embrace a distinctiveless Christianity.

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How to Beat the ACLU at Its Own Game

The American Civil Liberties Union is asking the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to stop Cobb County, Georgia, from opening its meetings with prayers that mention Jesus or use other sectarian

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Foolish Interpretations

Biblical knowledge is at an all-time low among evangelicals, and even lower among those outside the church. The postmodern idea of literary deconstruction

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What About Theocracy?

The August 16, 2008, Obama-McCain "Forum on the Presidency" at Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church unexpectedly released two major political genies. First, the responses to Warren’s questions about a "Christian" worldview and the two candidates’ views on marriage and abortion led to shocks which, overnight, made Obama significantly less attractive while McCain gained ground.

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The Danger of Prophetic Inevitability

In a 1979 message, Jerry Falwell presented his views on the end-times using Ezekiel 38 as a backdrop to his interpretation of the passage. Falwell asked why Russia would want to invade Israel. Quoting Ezekiel 38:12, he said the purpose is "to seize spoil and carry off plunder."

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The Magog Invasion

I predicted it! When Russia invaded Georgia, a former satellite state of the former Soviet Union, I knew there would be prophecy writers who would claim that it’s all part of God’s end-time plan.I predicted it!

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Don’t Be Caught in a Conspiracy Trap

Everyone likes a good conspiracy. Conspiracies explain a complicated world. Probably the most infamous example of a manufactured conspiracy in order to explain the emergence of disorder in the world is The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion that circulated widely in the 1920s and 1930s.

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The Quest for Clarity

After last week’s article was posted, several responders questioned the need for interpretation

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