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Why Do Some People Fear Mixing Religion and Politics

What few people seem to realize is that there are all types of non-religious belief systems that hold to an absolutist ideology and use the power of the State to impose that ideology on the citizenry. Civil governments can confiscate property, tax earnings, put us in prison, send us off to fight in a war, mandate how many MPG our cars must get, order what type of toilets we can use, require that foods contain no trans fats, and, well, the list could go on.

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The Children of Caesar

Our president, Gary DeMar, was recently invited to speak at a worldview conference. He was told that he could speak on any worldview subject he chose, with the exception of two: public education and eschatology.

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It’s Not Hate; It’s Love

I’m very sorry to hear you characterize my assessment of dispensationalism as vitriolic hatred.

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Are Questions about Religion Bigotry?

All the God-talk in politics is upsetting some people. The media are picking up on this uneasy feeling among the electorate and are fanning the flames of a growing hostility in order to disenfranchise Christian conservative votes.

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Pastors, Pulpits, and Politics

American Vision is teaming up with Coral Ridge Ministries, Family Research Council, American Family Association, Liberty Counsel, and the Alliance Defense Fund to hold a special seminar called Pastors, Pulpits, and Politics: Christian Rules of Engagement. The goal of this event is to teach Christian leaders what the Bible (and the IRS) say about Christian […]

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The Gap That Wasn’t: Part 2

Last week my Bible Gaps

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An Exercise in Historical Revisionism: Part 3

Next on Professor Geoffrey Stone’s list of historical witnesses is George Washington. During the War for Independence, Washington wrote the following to Brig. General Thomas Nelson: The Hand of providence has been so conspicuous in all this, that he must be worse than an infidel that lacks faith, and more than wicked, that has not gratitude enough to acknowledge his obligations.

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An Exercise in Historical Revisionism: Part 2

Professor Stone centers his analysis of what he conceives to be the distorted version of history that has become part of the conventional wisdom of American politics in recent years"

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An Exercise in Historical Revisionism: Part 1

It’s been said (by me) that two half-truths don’t make the whole truth. Geoffrey Stone’s response to Mitt Romney’s religious assurance

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The Eschatology of Christmas

An article that I wrote earlier this year, Hymnbook Eschatology, made the case that Dispensational theology is hard to find in the hymnbook. Of course, it is not found in the pages of Scripture either.

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The Savage Noble

Although the Catholic League is claiming victory because of its boycott of The Golden Compass, we need to remember that any opportunity to present the truth of the gospel is a welcome one.

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Bible Gaps

Radio, print, and TV news sources continue to reflect the fact that the moral fabric of U.S. society is unraveling at a disturbing pace. (Think of the recent shooting deaths in Omaha and Colorado, more Christian than non-Christian divorces, radical homosexual activism, rampant teen despair, etc.)

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