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A lifehack is a trick that makes common activities easier and more profitable. With many lifehacks, once you try them they seem common sense, and every other way of doing the same thing—even the way...
Tuesday, July 22nd
What Would Jesus Say To Today’s Religious Leaders and How Do Many of Them Twist The Meaning of Salt and Light? Click here to watch now on demand before this program rolls into the Situation Room for...
Tuesday, July 22nd
Adam and Eve were the only two human beings (apart from Christ) to enter into life with a will that was truly free. Unlike every one of their descendants, they alone began life with the ability to...
Tuesday, July 22nd
In general, over the last several decades the world has experienced an unprecedented era of peace and prosperity.  The opening up of relations with China and the "end of the Cold War" resulted in an...
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Sunday, November 26th
Author(s): Robert Meyer

 Atheism and Unalienable Rights "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness..." We are familiar with this phrase from our Declaration of Independence, but have we considered its logical implications and outworking? Probably not very much at all.Atheists and Humanists are among the most vocal proponents of a society with an obsession to assert their collective "rights." But since these secular "religions" are practically branches...

Saturday, November 25th
Author(s): David Noebel

by David A. Noebel           With the publication of Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion and Daniel C. Dennett's Breaking the Spell: Religion as a Natural Phenomenon, the atheists are putting their collective foot down, saying "Enough is enough." Enough of this foolish talk about God! Enough about believing in the existence of God. God is a myth, a figment of the imagination that only the ignorant and foolish believe, and it's about time that God-believers grow up and smell the coffee.   And because the very idea of God is itself contemptible, to conceal one's contempt is dishonest. Dawkins and...

Saturday, November 25th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

The Happiest Time of the Year J. Michael Sharman [This column was first published in a slightly different form in the Culpeper Star-Exponent on December 31, 2005.] The seeds of disappointment begin to be planted during Thanksgiving week. The TV commercials and newspaper inserts tell exactly what it is we need to buy for every person on our shopping list. People then rush to the mall and push, shove, and even assault one another to get the latest "must have" present or doorbuster special. But by New Year's Eve, the trash cans by the curb  will be chock full of torn wrapping, empty boxes, and...

Saturday, November 25th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

North American Unionby Kerby Anderson Read this article and then take our poll on the North American Union. The poll is at the top of our home page at http://www.christianworldviewnetwork.com              If you haven't heard much about the North American Union and the building of the NAFTA Superhighway, you will soon. These issues are going to be given a great deal more prominence in the news in the next few weeks. For example, there will be a press conference next week at the National Press Club. Attending will be such people as Howard Phillips, Jerome Corsi, Phyllis Schlafly, as well as...

Friday, November 24th
Author(s): Bob DeWaay

Repentance and the Universal Call of the Gospel Part 2By Bob DeWaay In part 1 of this two part series of articles on repentance, I presented Biblical evidence that repentance is part of the universal call of the gospel. I further showed that it is more than merely changing one's mind about Jesus; but that it involves turning from whatever we were serving and turning to God on His terms. Those who teach that faith is mental assent and that repentance is either mental assent or an option for people after they are saved typically claim the following: if anything more than mental assent is...

Thursday, November 23rd
Author(s): Steve Cornell

Blaming religion for worst atrocities Old myths die slowly--- especially when held by the intellectual vanguard. Such is the case with the myth that religion is the primary cause of violence and oppression. Best selling author, Sam Harris naively promoted this myth in his recent works. After 9/11 a British reporter echoed this myth suggesting that, "The real axis of evil is Judaism, Christianity and Islam." In his book, A Devil's Chaplin, Richard Dawkins wrote, "Only the willfully blind fail to implicate the divisive force of religion in most, if not all, of the violent enmities of the world...

Wednesday, November 22nd
Author(s): Mark Creech

Lessons from America's Humble BeginningsBy Rev. Mark H. Creech According to all four Gospel narratives, the people were hungry and a young boy surrendered his lunch of five loaves and two fishes. But what was that among a multitude of more than 5000 men, not counting the women and children? Still as Matthew Henry states: "Those who have but a little, yet when the necessity is urgent, must relieve others out of that little, and that is the way to make it more." This paltry provision was brought in faith to Christ and was taken by the Lord, who then looked toward heaven and having blessed it,...

Wednesday, November 22nd
Author(s): David Noebel

Harvard Still Hates The U.S.?By David A. Noebel           If HarvardUniversity doesn't hate the U.S. at least one of its off spring surely does.  Chris Hedges, a graduate of the HarvardDivinitySchool, is in the process of writing a new book entitled American Fascists:  The Christian Right and the War on America.  He has also written a highly inflammatory article entitled "Letter From Canada:  The New Christian Right."             Hedges is concerned that Canada's new conservative prime minister, Stephen Harper, is a member of a conservative church (East Gate Alliance Church), which "believes...

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