Last week, Jan Schakowsky, a Democrat Congresswoman from Chicago, defended deficit spending and welfare by advancing the old Social Gospel on the floor of the House. She asked fiscal conservatives four questions and quoted the Bible in support of each one. (Why there was no huge outcry from the ACLU or the Freedom From Religion […]
Restoring America One County at a Time is now completed. In response to requests, below is the Master Index to the web text version. The 32-part video series is free online at our YouTube channel. The book versions are available as well. For the main book, we have condensed the war chapter, but this has given American Vision […]
It’s amazing what you can find on the internet. Don’t ask me how I stumbled across this the other night, but I found a quotation from yours truly cherry-picked for the consumption of the radical two kingdoms (R2K) crowd, courtesy of one of the White Horse Inn’s own, Kim Riddlebarger. Riddlebarger commonly hosts a “Who […]
One of my seminary professors jokingly used to tell us in class, “I don’t make up anything you can check.” This would be good advice for liberals today, especially in the internet and information age. When trying to smear a conservative Christian opponent, it is best not to make up lies that are easily exposed […]
How does a missionary develop a theology of resistance in a nation where an open conflict with the culture will lead to the missionary being expelled and the movement die before it was born? While in Europe dissent with the ruling establishments can still be open and direct, much of the world is still a […]
What is the proper relationship between praying and doing? That is, after praying is the petitioner required to do anything about what she is praying for? If a person prays for employment, does he have to look for work? When you pray to play the piano well, do you still have to practice? Praying that […]
In America’s current economic state, many propose cutting the budget. But when you get down to talking of cutting specific programs such as Medicare, Social Security or government education people start to balk. Most people are not willing to give up a government program that they benefit from, but ultimately we will have to give […]
With Congress wrangling over amnesty for illegal aliens, the budget, taxes, earmarks, and the extension of unemployment benefits, it won’t be long before we hear liberals telling conservatives how unchristian they are for not voting for more government aid to help the poor. And they will appeal to the Bible in an attempt to make […]
…cursed is the ground for thy sake; in sorrow shalt thou eat of it all the days of thy life; thorns also and thistles shall it bring for to thee; and thou shalt eat the herb of the field; in the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, till thou return unto the ground… […]
Guest Host Joel McDurmon concludes his examination of Bible teaching about immigration and other social issues. What is so illegal about illegal immigration? What makes it illegal?
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.
Leftist politicians and media are more than willing to bend the truth. Conservatives are accused of being violent and rebellious in the manner they approach activism, and even voting. But the historical and present day record of facts shows that the left is consistently so themselves, and the conservatives demonstrate they know what the U.S. Constitution stands for and abide by it. Conservatives consistently live a proper decorum; leftists do not.
“You shall not steal” (Deut. 5:19). Most Christians would claim they try their best to live by these words which are a part of the timeless, and still applicable, Ten Commandments given to us in the Old Testament. However, we have a big discrepancy going on with our claim of following God’s commandments, and the […]
MSNBC’s David Shuster insists the “general welfare” clause in Article 1 of the Constitution “unambiguously authorizes” social welfare spending like “social security, Medicare, veterans’ care, etc.” Yeah, right. This is the same guy who claims “the Tenth Amendment is a bunch of baloney.”
While I was eating lunch on Election Day 2008, I was reading an article written by Michael McVicar titled “‘First Owyhee and Then the World’: The Early Ministry of R. J. Rushdoony” that was published in the November/December 2008 issue of Faith for All of Life, a publication of the Chalcedon Foundation. As the title […]