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The Supreme Court Gets One Right

In October 2017, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that publicly funded maintenance of the Brandenburg Peace Cross Memorial was unconstitutional because it "excessively entangles the government in religion because the cross is the core symbol of Christianity and breaches the wall separating church and state." Beginning in 1774, Congress appointed chaplains for itself and […]

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LISTEN: Gary DeMar on Iron Sharpens Iron

Gary DeMar joins host Chris Arnzen and co-host Rev. Buzz Taylor on Iron Sharpens Iron to discuss his new book, Wars and Rumors of Wars, and responds to listener questions from around the globe on various topics ranging from apologetics, eschatology, worldview, and more. This podcast—nine years in the making—is a must listen for those new to postmillennialism […]

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Freedom From Religion Foundation remove “You Shall Not Murder” from school

The Freedom From Religion Foundation pressured Kentucky’s Breathitt County School District to remove a copy of the Ten Commandments that had been posted in the school for years. The FFRF said it had received complaints about the displays. This complaint thing seems to work only one way. What if a group of parents complained that […]

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My Final Thoughts on the End of the World

The Los Angeles Times reports: “If there’s one government agency really looking forward to Dec. 22, it’s NASA. The space agency said it has been flooded with calls and emails from people asking about the purported end of the world — which, as the doomsday myth goes, is apparently set to take place on Dec. 21, 2012.” […]

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What Would Jesus Legislate?

Would Jesus have legislated by contradicting biblical principles, and by using passages against each other? Since no passage of Scripture gives authority to civil government to confiscate wealth or coerce the transfer of wealth, we can rest assured that Jesus would have condemned socialistic governments across the board, and would have advocated an outpouring of […]

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A Conservative’s Very Bad Idea

The article “Conservatism that Assures the Unthinkable: the Reelection of Barack Obama,” by Chuck Rogér, that appeared on the American Thinker website caught my attention: "As America flirts with permanent economic decline, certain GOP presidential contenders talk of gay marriage, Charles Darwin, and religiosity.  Are we losing our minds? "While the current progressive regime is […]

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'Cowboys & Aliens' Movie Review - Movieology

Matt Dillon and Rooster Cogburn have nothin' on a rag-tag band of cowpokes wrestling' with aliens for their way of western life. Daniel Craig's performance as Lonergan (a real "loner") is a stranger in a town that will not accept him till he repents and turns from his jaded trace record. Between making good and saving the world from aliens, Lonergan makes time to ponder life after death and God's sovereignty—or lack thereof. But does 'Cowboys & Aliens' withstand the clash of genres? Find out now on Movieology!

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Christianity IS a Religion

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him. (John 3:16-17) There is a certain church that […]

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The Global Unification of Religion

Authors Tim LaHaye and Craig Parshall, say that the Obama administration's use of the phrase "freedom of worship" instead of "freedom of religion" is indicative of the global unification of religion, and apocalypse. One might ask why they continue to write books and issue warnings. According to their eschatological beliefs, these things are inevitable and […]

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Christianity IS a Religion

"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him" (John 3:16-17).

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The Private-Zoo Factor

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 Christianity is applied to any part of the world, it blossoms far more fully and colorfully than any other worldview. Contrary successful worldviews must borrow from the Christian worldview in order for them to work. When pagans stopped believing that they lived in "an enchanted forest" and that "glens and groves, rocks and streams are alive with spirits, sprites, demons" and "nature teems with sun gods, river goddesses, [and] astral deities,"[2] at that moment the world and everything in it changed. Everything seemed possible within the boundaries of God's Providence and law. A Christian worldview made science possible and civil government ministerial rather than messianic. Stanley Jaki, the author of numerous books on the relationship between Christianity and science, comments . . .

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Moral Polytheism

A number of articles have been published about the demise of the church in America. Newsweek, copying the cover design of the April 12, 1966 of Time magazine's "Is God Dead?" cover, carried an article on The Decline and Fall of Christian America in its April 13, 2009 issue. Then there were the statements by President Obama that America is no longer a Christian nation. Former president Clinton has added to the argument with the claim that the United States is no longer "dominated by Christians and a powerful Jewish minority" since there is now a "growing numbers of Muslims, Hindus and other religious groups here."[1] People like Obama and Clinton think this is a good thing. I disagree.

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