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It’s Long Past Time to Take the Red Pill

“For the LORD is our judge, the LORD is our lawgiver, the LORD is our king: He will save us” (Isa. 33:22). I started watching the opening few scenes of The Matrix to get to the blue pill/red pill scene. The truth is difficult to accept when you’ve believed something for so long and it […]

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‘You Say You Want a Revolution.’ You Might Want to Think about That

We all want to change the world. But there is a great deal of disagreement on how to do it without blowing it up. In years past, idealistic revolutionaries turned to The Beatles for inspiration. For example, “The People’s Summit” held in Chicago during a Bernie Sanders rally kicked it off with The Beatles’ song […]

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There’s So Much We’re Not Being Told on Purpose

Let’s keep in mind that the George Floyd incident took place in a Democrat-controlled police department within a Democrat controlled city within a Democrat-controlled state. How this is Pres. Trump’s fault or the fault of white people generally is beyond me. There is a huge double standard designed to radicalize the United States: President Trump […]

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Trump, Cuomo, Pelosi, and the Bible

You knew it would happen. Trump stands in front of the historic St. John’s Church, often called the Church of the Presidents, that was just firebombed and holds up a Bible. The pastors of the very liberal church denounced him even though the sign says, “ALL ARE WELCOME,” unless you’re Donald Trump holding a Bible. I […]

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Son of Famous Christian Apologist Has Become the Tool of the Radical Left

I haven’t heard much from Frank Schaeffer, the son of Francis and Edith Schaeffer, for some time. It’s probably because I don’t frequent his new world of leftist politics and anti-Christian screeds. But there he was. Attacking all things Trump and all his supporters in a seven-minute video. What we are seeing is an attempt […]

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Are We Living in “The Days of Noah”?

A friend sent me a link to a podcast by Dr. R. Scott Clark on an eschatology series titled “As It Was in the Days of Noah.” Dr. Scott has taught at Westminster Seminary California since 1997 and at Wheaton College, Reformed Theological Seminary, Jackson, Mississippi, and Concordia University, Irvine. I am a graduate of Reformed […]

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In Light of the Present Crisis, Someone Asked, ‘Are You Still a Postmillennialist’?

As usual, some Christians are equating current events with signs of the end times. Some of what I’ve seen and read is downright crazy. Here’s one example that has been making the rounds: Someone sent me this: The prophetic signs of the return of Christ are all around. Here is the latest in case you […]

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Atheist Trolls Who Think They Know the Bible

Atheists have found a home on Facebook, and they think they know the Bible. They claim to have discovered discrepancies in the Bible. One such atheist claims to have discovered how the resurrection accounts do not add up. Like the birth narratives in Matthew and Luke and other New Testament events, there are differences among […]

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‘We Should all Have an Equal Share of Belongings’

My wife and I had some of our grandchildren over for a visit while their parents spent time together for a deserved night out. The children wanted to watch a movie, so I had them watch the animated version of George Orwell’s Animal Farm. It’s very good, even for very young children. You can watch […]

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The Core Dynamic of Anti-Christian Ethics

While living on what the singing group The Temptations called this “ball of confusion” most every day, people hear the term “moral outrage” carelessly thrown around, usually in the context of moral mud fights broadcasted on both news and social media. The irony of those fights, however, is that even while people are fighting and […]

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It’s the ‘Accounting For’ That Makes the Difference

Is God needed for morality to exist? Billboards have been plastered about claiming that God is not needed for non-believers to be moral. Atheists often respond by claiming, “I’m as moral as the next guy. I have a conscience.” These may be true. The issue is not whether atheists can do moral things, it’s how […]

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Liberals, Atheists, and Leftists Say the Damnable Things

Kids Say the Darndest Things was a comedy series hosted by Bill Cosby from January 9, 1998 to June 23, 2000. The idea of the show stemmed from Art Linkletter’s radio show House Party and television series of the same name. “The show’s best-remembered segment was ‘Kids Say the Darndest Things,’ in which Linkletter interviewed schoolchildren between the ages […]

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