User menu

Utility Nav

User menu

Featured Articles

Monday, September 1st
Topic: Hear the audio of President Obama saying he has no plan to deal with ISIS and then hear the audio of Prime Minister David Cameron of the UK, the very next day, detailing his plan to deal with...
Tuesday, August 26th
Topic: John Piper tweets support for Mark Driscoll. (Guest: Jesse Johnson) Piper must not know what the Biblical requirements are for a pastor and a church based on his public embracing of Driscoll...
Monday, August 25th
Has Beth Moore Become a False Teacher? Brannon Howse and Justin Peters discuss this topic in light of Beth Moore's own words. Brannon plays video clips of Beth Moore that you must see if you want to ...
Thursday, August 21st
                                              Justin Peters in our Memphis, TN., TV Studio on August 21st, 2014.We helped Justin film 12 programs in two days for our fall 2014 programmingand now we...
1 of 4


Twisted Scripture Twisted Theology Book


Watch the Situation Room on Roku

Recent Articles

Tuesday, August 19th
Author(s): Nathan Busenitz

When other people treat us badly, or backstab us, or wrongly speak ill of us, how are we to respond? Jeremiah Burroughs, in The Rare Jewel of Contentment, answers that question by reminding us that, even when others mistreat us, it is no excuse for growing anxious, angry, or discontent. He says this: * * * * * “I think I could be content with God’s hand,” says one, “So far as I see the hand of God in a thing I can be content. But when men deal so unreasonably and unjustly with me, I do not know how to bear it. I can bear that I should be in God’s hands, but not in the hands of men. When my...

Tuesday, August 19th

April 2014 Army Manual Released on How To Deal with Civil Unrest in the United StatesClick here for PDF:  

Monday, August 18th
Author(s): Ken Ham

In 2011, hundreds of homeschool families reacted in shock as a particular homeschool convention kicked me off their program because I (with their permission) critiqued Peter Enns’s views on Genesis—but Peter Enns was kept in the conference. As a reminder, here is an article I wrote about that situation. Well, from time to time, Peter Enns has attacked AiG and me personally because of our stand on a literal Genesis. Peter Enns was suspended from Westminster Theological Seminary in 2008 over a book he wrote. He has worked with BioLogos, the leading proponent of compromising positions (such as...

Monday, August 18th

At one point in Pilgrims Progress, Christian and Hopeful seemed to have reached the bitter end. Giant Despair had thrown them into the dark dungeon of Doubting Castle. The two travelers had gotten off the true Way for a while and had been captured by the evil giant for trespassing on his land. From Wednesday morning to Saturday night they sat in darkness and despaired of life.   The situation worsened when, at the counsel of his wife, Giant Despair beat them horribly so that they could not even roll over. The next night he told them to kill themselves before he tore them limb from limb...

Monday, August 18th
Author(s): Dr. Thomas Ice

A new movie version of Tim LaHaye’s and Jerry Jenkins’ Left Behind novel is scheduled for release in movie theaters on October 3, 2014.  This version features Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage cast in the role of pilot Rayford Steele.  The announcement of this movie release has lead to a number of articles critical of the pretribulational rapture.  Morgan Lee produced a piece primarily quoting William Craig,[1] a Philosophy professor at historically pretribulational Talbot School of Theology in Southern California.  Another article appeared a week later: “Nine Reasons Why John Piper Disagrees...

Monday, August 18th
Author(s): Phyllis Schlafly

The highly acclaimed school standards called Common Core are becoming so unpopular that they may soon be politically untouchable. The critics are piling on from Glenn Beck to the Wall Street Journal, with senior academics and activist parents in between. The latest is a detailed criticism of the mathematics standards by a prize-winning math professor at the University of California at Berkeley, Marina Ratner. It is refreshing that her criticisms are very specific and include examples of assignments that parents can see are ridiculous.   Professor Ratner was alerted to the stupidity of Common...

Monday, August 18th
Author(s): Robert Knight

When I was 18, I thought I knew plenty about life and politics. I was wrong. My views had not yet been honed by the experience of trying to live on a paycheck that the government seized in order to hand much of it over to someone else. I also believed that people who created the monstrous federal bureaucracy really cared about the poor, even as their wrongheaded policies destroyed marriage and families and plunged urban centers into unimaginable violence. In short, I was easily manipulated by the welfare state's emotional appeals, just the sort of sucker that Rock the Vote is looking for...


WVW Interactive Magazine 2012