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The Third GOP Debate: Did You Tune In?

Romans 16:17  “I appeal to you, brothers, to watch out for those who cause divisions and create obstacles contrary to the doctrine that you have been taught; avoid them.” (ESV) For those of you who did tune in to the debate Wednesday night, you witnessed attempts by the moderators to stoke ...

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If Government Is To Keep Order, Why All The Chaos?

Authorities–the earthly “powers that be”–isn’t their purpose to maintain order in this world filled with sinful people roaming the earth? Laws are established to create civilized societies, yet we are driving 100 miles an hour toward a world of barbarism. Instead of establishing and keeping order, many appointed and elected ...

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Socialism, Christianity, and America

Since we have a member of the DSA (Democratic Socialists of America) running for president, and since he is attracting rather large crowds at his campaign appearances, I thought we should take a look at Christianity, socialism, and America. Are they compatible? Some (non-Christians) have made the declaration that Jesus ...

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The AFA Announces New Outreach for 20-Somethings: Engage Magazine

The American Family Association (AFA) announced last week that they have developed a new outreach “geared specifically for the Millennial generation” called Engage Magazine.[1] The online magazine is written for 20-somethings and by 20-somethings—a group who has made it their mission to present a biblical perspective on today’s culture. According ...

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Living the words: In God we Trust

Times of unrest have great potential for building faith–individually as well as nationally.  Words without substance are deadly;  life dusts off our pretenses.  That is something to celebrate!  The history of “In God We Trust” reveals the process beautifully!  Just seven months after the first shots were fired in the ...

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