As we reflect on the anniversary of 9/11, I think it important for us to reflect on the contrast between how the genuine Christian faith is advanced with how the religion of Islam is advanced. Robert Spencer is one of our nation’s most articulate and spot-on critics of Islamic extremism. He is the author of “The Truth About Muhammad,” “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades),” as well as other books on the relationship between Islam and terrorism. His more recent book, “Religion of Peace? Why Christianity Is and Islam Isn’t,” includes a short bio that informs readers that […]
The “Presidents Revealed” app is now available on iTunes! Gary DeMar completes his interview with John Adams of the The American History Guild about the app, showing it at work, and even some early glimpses of another app in the works about the President’s pets! It’s fun learning on American History! Presidents Revealed is educational, entertaining and […]
The Declaration of Independence was written in the long shadow of Magna Carta, a thirteenth-century document that maintained that even the king was bound by law, not only the law of the commonwealth but God’s law. King John reluctantly bound himself to the charter’s provisions by attaching his seal.
This weekend on “Every Thought Captive” for our Labor Day broadcast following on the heels of the Democratic and Republican conventions, Dr. Gary North was interviewed on Christian economics and stewardship. Why should Christians care about economics? What’s the big deal about the Federal Reserve? What will the legacy of Ron Paul be after the RNC? […]
I’ll never forget reading an article in the December 6, 2004 issue of Time Magazine by Michelle Cottle, in which she concluded that the battle over morals is over, but the war continues to rage. She saw the pro-homosexual forces winning in the end. She based this on the way the American public is more accepting today of […]
A while ago I wrote an article about the Answers in Genesis creation museum, and received a comment from someone calling herself “The Happy Feminist” who asserted that evolutionists do not have an agenda. She claimed that evolutionists are only interested in the truth, but is her claim true? I wish there was such a […]
If you tell someone he can’t do something, in most cases that person will stop before he even tries. Of course, there are some people who take the impossible as a challenge and use the impossible as an incentive to work hard to disprove the critics. Many of the advances in science, technology, and everyday […]
Since the Church is composed of sinners saved by grace on their way to sanctification, it’s no surprise that we observe contentions going on in the Church as early as the first century. The Apostle Paul wrote to the church in Galatia, “If ye bite and devour one another, take heed lest ye be consumed one of another.” Jonathan Edwards, in his message […]
Can you imagine a major battle in an American War today being fought by an army of organized citizens who have well-trained themselves in the exercise of their Second Amendment rights? That’s exactly what you had in the battle at King’s Mountain in South Carolina in the War for Independence! See this newest episode with […]
Did they mean that all men are equal in all matters? For example, did they mean that all men were born into equal social position? Did they mean that all men are born into equal financial situations? Experience would deny those interpretations. The founders themselves recognized from their own experience in many of their writings that different men were born into different situations. […]
The interview clips from Crown Rights’ Edified program continue today with “The Chocolate Knox” and me as we discuss homeschooling verses government schooling.
Do you want to be a leader? We certainly need Christian leaders today. What did Jesus say about the characteristics of a leader? Many good examples of Christian leadership may be found from the life Major Richard Winters, who served as the field officer and later the battalion commander over Easy Company, a division of the 101st Airborne during World War II. Easy Company found itself behind enemy lines surrounded by Nazis on multiple occasions. They fought in the Battle of Normandy, the Battle of Carenteen, and Operation Market Garden. They later became immortalized in Stephen Ambrose’s book “Band of Brothers,” and the television mini-series that followed. […]
In the 1920s, Walt Disney began a new career as a cartoonist. A rarity in those days since the industry had no large market. Once this new entertainment medium became profitable, Disney hired additional artists to draw the thousands of still pictures needed to produce a high quality animated feature.
The U.N. Convention treaty on the Rights of People With Disabilities has been held up in the U.S. Senate now for about a week. Although it was signed by President Obama in 2009 and has bi-partisan support, some U.S. Senators are pausing to consider the outcry of homeschoolers concerned the treaty would enable “international bureaucrats” to […]
Crown Rights Media recently recorded a series of video interviews with me and its host “the Chocolate Knox,” speaking about practical applications of controversial theology. You can see all these videos as they’re released at http://www.crownrights.org/.
In the African country of Ghana, Mr. George Ayisi Boateng, a founding member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has recently stirred controversy for publicly saying on radio that “God is a very wicked man” to have made Ghanaians Professor John Evans Atta Mills the nation’s President. Without getting too embroiled in Ghuanian politics, I think we can all appreciate the frustration of having a man in political power who we believe is doing […]
Atheists are in the news again. This time they’re infiltrated the wide world of sports. “The St. Paul Saints, a minor league baseball team in the Twin Cities, will become the ‘Mr. Paul Aints’ for one night in August [the 10th] in honor of atheism, the team and the Minnesota Atheists have announced,” Bill Unruh […]
How many churches split, not over doctrinal differences, but over personal offenses? What does the Bible say to help us avoid “bit[ing] and devour[ing] one another so that we do not “consume one another”? (See Galatians 5:15.) Because even the best of us still have a sinful nature inherited from Adam, it is inevitable that Christians […]