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Self-Righteousness: A Hypocritical Cloak for Sin

I think if we are honest, we can all admit to moments of self-righteousness when we vainly attempt to elevate ourselves, our beliefs or our actions to a level higher than those of others. Undoubtedly we too could all share stories of times we’ve witnessed the extreme self-righteousness of others ...

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What Cultural Marxism is and Why You Should Care

Cultural Marxism, the second generation of communism, has been damaging our society for decades now. Coming out of the Frankfurt school, which instructed a generation of producers, writers and teachers in the 1960s, this ideology is responsible for the steady decline in family values, the filth on TV and in the ...

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A Piece of the Puzzle: God’s Masterpiece

In the entryway of my mother’s house hangs a beautiful picture of a waterfall surrounded by trees.  You’d never know the picture was made up of hundreds of puzzle pieces unless you examined the picture up close. One thousand small jig saw puzzle pieces, precisely fitted together with seams lined up perfectly, create ...

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You say you want a revolution?

radical for God, irresistible revolution, teens changing the world

That girl in your study hall is suicidal. You’ve heard her despair, and you see her there now with her head on her desk. Perhaps her parents and the school know of her depression, but a third of the student body is reportedly struggling just like she is. Your heart ...

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