Can Used Soap Change the World?

The Kayongo family, founder of the Global Soap Project, thinks so. Gary spotlights this organization and encourages Christians to meet real needs while sharing the gospel with a despairing world. [...]

What I Learned While Living with a One-Legged Man

[caption id=“attachment_2659” align=“alignleft” width=“174” caption=“That’s me sitting on my mother’s lap.”][/caption] Over this Memorial Day weekend, I was watching the 1946 film The Best Years of our Lives. The film is not really a war movie. It follows the lives of three veterans who are returning home from the aftermath of World War I [...]

The Importance of Creating a Family Legacy

Gary interviews Kevin Swanson, founder and director of Generations with Vision. Kevin will be one of the featured speakers at American Vision’s Worldview Super Conference this July 21 24. [...]

"Vox Populi, Vox Dei"

“I don’t know what you mean by ‘glory,’“ Alice said. Humpty Dumpty smiled contemptuously. “Of course you don’t—till I tell you . . . When I use a word, it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.” “The question is,” said Alice, “whether you can make words mean so many different things.” “The question is,” said Humpty Dumpty, “Which is to be master—that’s all.” ((Lewis Carroll, Th [...]

Let's End Southern Traditions and Greek Fraternities

Blacks want to stop southern ball participants from dressing up in confederate uniforms claiming the attire condones historical American slavery. Well, what about college fraternities? Fraternities are based on the Greeks… who had lots of slaves! If you have to throw out one you should throw out the other. Gary reports on the inconsistency. [...]

The Loss of Family Values

The black community has been on a downhill slope morally since being introduced to welfare in the 1960s. The dependency on government handouts has crippled the family, producing doubts that it can recover at all. Gary discusses this issue and possible ways to solve it on today’s show. [...]

"Don't Want Morality? Here, Have Some Porn."

A group of student atheists in Texas have made it possible at the school for students to swap their religious “propaganda” — like Bibles, for instance — for pornography. The idea being the this is “Smut for Smut.” Gary has a few words to say about this. [...]

The Relationship of Church and State

The Constitution and the Bible, contrary to liberal opinion, do not discourage the relationship of the Church and the state. The Bible and the Constitution encourage proper boundaries and jurisdictions for the Church and the state. Magistrates are God’s ministers. Gary DeMar explains the basis for this and more in today’s episode. [...]

The Liberal Agenda of Captain America

Marvel Comics recently ignited a controversy with some negative connotations toward the Tea Party Protesters in their latest Captain America issue. Gary DeMar sheds light on this and describes the rise of the liberal agenda in comic book publishing, and what our response should be in return. [...]

Cotton Candy And Biblical Worldview

Christian youth are dropping out of church and the Faith. For one reason, they are not engaged by the simplicity of “Veggie Tales” like biblical teaching. It is time for Christian parents and churches to rejuvenate the home and the classroom with meatier lessons in Christian apologetics and worldview. [...]

Marriage and the Declaration of Independence

So called conservative Ted Olson has advocated that the Declaration of Independence supports gay marriage. Gary DeMar shows that Olson is in major error, and further defends a biblical view of what marriage is really based upon. [...]

Christians Taking On "Things of this World"

Christians are divided between what they understand to be the great commission and Christian influence in culture. One person emailed Gary to ask “Would you not see that the main concern of the church is to preach the gospel, baptize, disciple believers in matters concerning their lives as believers in Christ JESUS?” Gary answers this question. [...]

The Impact of Christianity on the World

![“ArtIm:](“" ““ArtIm:”) Henry Morris explains in his book The Biblical Basis for Modern Science that the Bible’s approach to worldview issues is comprehensive and includes science, technology, the humanities, commerce, law, civil government, and education, in short, every facet of human culture: [L]ong bef [...]

Where Was the Church in Houston on Election Day?

I’ve known Dr. Steven Hotze for 25 years. He was one of the first Christians to take the principles outlined in my God and Government series and train men in a biblical understanding of government. He didn’t just talk about these principles; he applied them in the realm of politics in the city of Houston and the state of Texas. When ministers stood up and preached the Bible to all of life, there w [...]

In the Black: Some People Only See Race

![“ArtIm:](“" ““ArtIm:”) There’s a scene in the film Malcolm X when Malcolm Little (later to take the name Malcolm X, X standing for his unknown African heritage**[1]**) is in prison and is introduced to the philosophy of the “Honorable Elijah Muhammad” and the Nation of Islam (N.O.I.) by a fellow prisoner [...]

Are Attempts to Reclaim the Culture a Pointless Exercise?

![“ArtIm:](“" ““ArtIm:”) First-century believers could have offered tangible evidence that there was little chance for the gospel to have an impact on the status quo of religious and civil oppression in their day. How could a small band of men—led by a fisherman (Peter) and a tentmaker (Paul)—living under R [...]

What Would the World Be Like Without Automobiles?

![“ArtIm:](“" ““ArtIm:”) Great pains are being taken to rid our air of exhaust pollutants. This is certainly a good thing. But compared to the donkey and horse, the animals Jesus and Paul rode (Matt. 21:7; Acts 9:4), the automobile is a non‑polluter. Dixy Lee Ray (1914–1994), former governor of the State of [...]

"My Genes Made Me do It!"

![“ArtIm:](“" ““ArtIm:”) 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. One poster wrote the followin [...]

Reba McEntire says "Don't Judge Homosexuals"

![“ArtIm:](“" ““ArtIm:”) 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 Bus [...]

The Private-Zoo Factor

![“ArtIm:](“" ““ArtIm:”) There are numerous Christians who believe that a personal, private faith is all the gospel requires. Os Guinness described this as “The Private-Zoo Factor,”[1] a religion that is caged so that it loses its wildness. When true Christ [...]