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Tuesday, November 25th
Michael Gerson, an op-ed columnist for the Washington Post and former speech-writer for President George W Bush is credited with coining the phrase, “The soft bigotry of low expectations.” Gerson,...
Monday, November 24th
If the United States and Russia fought a nuclear war, who would win?  You might be surprised by the answer.  Under the Obama administration, the rapidly aging U.S. strategic nuclear arsenal has been...
Monday, November 24th
Topic: Is church membership in the Bible? Well, that depends on what you mean by church membership. Are Christians being unbiblical if they do not sign a form and join a 501-C3 corporation known as a...
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Sunday, March 4th
Author(s): Steve Camp

The Worship Centered Lifeby Steve Camp"Living Daily in the Presence of His Glory" We live in a time where people say that Elvis lives and God is dead. We live in a generation that plants trees but uproots marriages. We live in a culture where individuals will bring nations together to save a few dying whales, but are swift to kill unborn babies. It's against the law to post The Ten Commandments in public schools, but it's responsible education for teachers to hand out condoms. Sin is now called sickness; disobedience is now called disease; and adultery is now called addiction--nothing more...

Sunday, March 4th
Author(s): Mark Creech

A Shameful and Humiliating EndBy Rev. Mark H. Creech Jim Black, former Speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives, has been an exceptional achiever. He secured a college education and a doctor of optometry. He served in the United States Navy. He's been a successful businessman, garnering an estate of approximately $3.3 million.As Speaker of the House, Black (72) served a record-tying four terms with former House Speaker Liston Ramsey. He has been, without question, one of the three most powerful men in the state, along with Governor Mike Easley and Senate President Marc Basnight...

Sunday, March 4th
Author(s): Paul Kengor

The Vision and Values of President Ronald ReaganEditor's Note: The "V&V Q&A" is a monthly e-publication from The Center for Vision & Values at Grove CityCollege.  Each issue will present an interview with an intriguing thinker or opinion-maker that we hope will prove illuminating to readers everywhere. This month's "V&V Q&A" features an interview with Dr. Paul Kengor, executive director of The Center for Vision & Values. Dr. Kengor's latest book is "The Crusader: Ronald Reagan and the Fall of Communism" (ReganBooks, October 2006)." Q: Dr. Kengor, the title of your new...

Sunday, March 4th
Author(s): Dennis Wright

Raiders of the Empty TombDennis A. Wright, D. Min.  On Sunday evening, March 4, 2007, the Discovery Channel plans to broadcast the latest attack upon the veracity of the Resurrection of Jesus.  James Cameron, the man who brought us The Titanic and The Terminator is back with another documentary, The Lost Tomb of Jesus.  That title leaves little doubt as to his position in this respect.  It is quite obvious that if the bones of Jesus could be shown to exist, then the Resurrection would be a monstrous hoax foisted upon the gullible. Such an attack is nothing new.  Just last year the popular...

Sunday, March 4th
Author(s): Charley Adams

The Atheists are WinningDr. Albert Mohler, president of Southern Seminary, hosts a daily radio show. He always begins the show with commentary on current events. On 23 Jan 07, he discussed what a couple of secular people had written about Richard Dawkins' book, The God Delusion. One of those people is confirmed atheist Dr. Steven Weinberg, Nobel Laureate and professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Texas. He writes a critique of Dawkins' book in the The Times of London, stating the book didn't need to be written. Why not? ...because the atheists are already winning. The...

Sunday, March 4th
Author(s): Larry Pratt

Judicial Tyrannyby Larry PrattJudges increasingly act as if the rule of law means people must obey whatever drools down the lips of any social engineer who is cloaked in a black robe.  Judges believe  that whatever they say is the rule of law, which is a notion they probably picked up during their law school instruction.There is an open secret that an oath to uphold the Constitution does not mean upholding the non-smudge letters stored at the National Archives.  Rather, the oath that judges (and all other politicians) take means, they think, upholding whatever they say the Constitution means...

Sunday, March 4th
Author(s): Robert Meyer

Charity is Not The Government's DutyA statement that appeared in a recent piece from a liberal columnist, underscores and epitomizes the theme of much of what he has written in past columns.He stated..."When I took my first class in political science in 1969, I was taught that the truest test of any government is how it cares for its poorest citizens. On this exam question and this budget, this administration receives a failing grade." If he took his first course in political science in 1969, he was likely graduating from college at a time when George McGovern was the political darling on...

Friday, March 2nd
Author(s): Rev. Dr. David M. Berman Th.D.

Global Warming or Global Hot Air ???By Rev. Dr. David M. Berman Th.Dhttp://www.wakeupandsmellthetruth.com   Let me start this article by saying that as an outdoorsman, I think it is important to be concerned about pollution and look for responsible ways to make the environment cleaner. There is no doubt that the creation speaks of the Creator, and thus the environment must be treated as the blessing it is. When concern for the environment turns from appropriate stewardship to the adoration of the created thing rather than the Creator, that philosophy is nothing more than an incredulous insult...

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