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Tuesday, November 18th
Today’s article is adapted from Dave’s larger article entitled: “Robert Gundry, Gaining Renewed Support from ETS, Declares Peter an Apostate in Matthew’s Gospel.” On October 6, 2014, Robert Gundry ...
Monday, November 17th
Questions To Ask When Studying The Bible. Watch now before this rolls into the Situation Room for members only. Click here to watch now:
Monday, November 17th
How to count to three in Hebrew: For how long was Jesus dead? by Clint Archer Pop quiz: How many days was Jesus in the tomb? a) One and a half b) Two c) Three or d) This is a trick question so I...
Sunday, November 16th
For our proud confidence is this: the testimony of our conscience, that in God-given simplicity and sincerity, not in fleshly wisdom but in the grace of God, we have conducted ourselves in the world...
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Wednesday, November 5th
Author(s): Jesse Johnson

I grew up in a non-Christian family, almost entirely ignorant of the Bible, Jesus, and the basics of the gospel. I was registered as a Quaker—to keep me out of the draft, were one to present itself again (flower power, and whatnot)—but this was mostly symbolic, and did not bleed over into any kind of religious upbringing. In fact, when I was an eighth-grader I watched a soccer game on TV and noticed a guy in the stands who was holding a sign that said “John 3:16.” I honestly had no idea that meant, and I asked my dad. When I found out it was a Scripture reference, I tracked down a Bible....

Wednesday, November 5th
Author(s): Michael Synder

Did you know that we buy nearly five times as much stuff from the Chinese as they buy from us?  According to government numbers that were just released, we imported 44.9 billion dollars worth of stuff from China in September but we only exported 9.3 billion dollars worth of stuff to them.  And this is not happening because our economy is so much larger than China's.  In fact, the IMF says that China now has the largest economy on the entire planet on a purchasing power basis.  No, the truth is that this is happening because our economy is broken.  Every month, we consume far more wealth than...

Tuesday, November 4th
Author(s): Worldview Weekend News Team

WVW-TV & presents: NoCo-TV:Segment 1: Kooks and Barnies award goes to those that say “don’t put God in a box.” Segment 2: Book recommendation, J. Gresham Machen book, Christianity and Liberalism. Segment 3: The Message Moment and its slaughter of Psalm 1. Segment 4: Are you a catholic or protestant. Segment 5: Commanding the Impossible. Watch now by click here: this program rolls into the Situation Room for members only at  

Tuesday, November 4th
Author(s): Worldview Weekend News Team

WVW-TV: The Palestinians in Israel Today are Not the Biblical Palestinians. Watch now here: Watch now before this rolls into the Situation Room for members only at

Tuesday, November 4th
Author(s): Ken Ham

An argument used in some recent blogs and social media posts is the idea that teaching young-earth creation leads to atheism! In a recent blog post, James McGrath, associate professor of religion and philosophy at Butler University (and well known for his opposition to Answers in Genesis), associates biblical creation with idolatry and says that we are leading people toward atheism. He claims, “The irony is that not only the wall young-earth creationists build, but the system of thought that they are protecting, is entirely a human construction—exactly the sort of thing that they tell people...

Monday, November 3rd
Author(s): Worldview Weekend News Team

Video Clips: Kirk Cameron on Macro-Evolution, Halloween, & Santa Claus?  

Monday, November 3rd
Author(s): Worldview Weekend News Team

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Sunday, November 2nd
Author(s): Phyllis Schlafly

Control of the U.S. Senate is up for grabs on November 4, and illegal voters may tip the balance. Estimates are that more than 14 percent of non-citizens were registered to vote in the elections of 2008 and 2010, and that could now easily exceed the margin of victory in many tight Senate races. Democrats typically win more than 80 percent of the votes cast by non-citizens, so votes cast by non-citizens produce a net bonanza of additional votes for Democrats. Democrat Al Franken won a Republican U.S. Senate seat in Minnesota by a margin of only 312 votes in 2008, and with the immense power of...


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