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Thursday, October 23rd
WVW-Radio Presents: Topic: Kirk Cameron, in the Christian Post, is reported as saying: "“Early, on Christians would dress up in costumes as the devil, ghosts, goblins and witches precisely to make...
Thursday, October 23rd
WVW-TV Presents: How To Interpret The Bible in Context with Dr. Tommy Ice. Click here to watch this program now before it rolls into the Situation Room for members only:http://worldviewweekend.com/tv...
Tuesday, October 21st
“IF YOU ABIDE IN MY WORD YOU ARE MY DISCIPLES INDEED AND YOU SHALL KNOW THE TRUTH AND THE TRUTH SHALL MAKE YOU FREE” (John 8: 31 & 32).    INTRODUCTION Many people and Nations are distressed...
Sunday, October 19th
WVW-TV Presents: The Lies About Islam in America’s Textbooks (Program 2) with Usama Dakdok:watch now as a ministry of Worldview Weekend and Worldview Weekend Foundation before it rolls into the...
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Thursday, September 8th
Author(s): Lowell Scott

A  Man – Made Disaster By Lowell Scott  If the ACLU is ever totally successful in removing the vestiges of Christianity from our society, we have seen a preview of what our national landscape will eventually look like and it's not pretty.  For a few days in New Orleans, the state was on its own, the church was effectively separated from it by Hurricane Katrina and it required thousands of soldiers to restore law and order. Hurricane on Sunday, broken levees and flooding beginning on Monday, gangs of armed murderers, rapists, thieves, looters, carjackers, (is terrorist too strong a...

Wednesday, September 7th
Author(s): James Pratt

The wrath of God Every so often, something happens which is described as being "of Biblical proportions." Lets remember back to the floods of 1991. The Mississippi River rose high enough in many places that it overran its banks in spite of 30-foot-tall levees. Entire towns were inundated. In Memphis, TN, the river crept to the very steps of the Pyramid. It was a flood of Biblical proportions. Well, not really. The kind of flood described in Genesis will never happen again. God placed a rainbow in the sky to remind Himself of His covenant with His people and the Earth that He would never...

Wednesday, September 7th
Author(s): Steve Crampton

The Dark Side of Man The devastation of Hurricane Katrina has stripped away more than houses and land; it has uncovered the darkness of the human soul.             The epic tragedy of the New Orleans disaster grows sadder every day.  We all breathed a sigh of relief when Katrina turned east just before striking the city, sparing it from the full brunt of the storm's awesome power.  But as the story continues to unfold, we have gone from hope to despair, as first the levees broke and now rescue efforts have sputtered and slogged forward due to the lawless looting, shooting and the resistance...

Wednesday, September 7th
Author(s): Dennis Wright

The Issachar Report1 Chronicles 12:32Dennis A. Wright, DMin Water, water, every where, Nor any drop to drink! Water, water, every where,And all the boards did shrink;Water, water, every where,Nor any drop to drink The stanzas from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge  (1772-1834) literally describe the chaos that is New Orleans following the onslaught of massive Hurricane Katrina and the subsequent breach of several of the levees that surround the city.  The utter destruction of The Big Easy is almost beyond comprehension and the helplessness of her citizens touches the...

Tuesday, September 6th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

The Supreme Court's Tyrants and Their Leftist FriendsBy Brannon S. HowseSeptember 8, 2005On Saturday night, as I watched Fox News Channel reporting on the death of Chief Justice William Rehnquist, I was appalled to hear Alan Dershowitz verbally dancing on the yet-to-be-dug grave of Justice Rehnquist.Dershowitz said, "The decisions of Justice Rehnquist are not taught in law schools as great decisions. He'll be remembered primarily for his votes rather than for the content or quality of his decisions. And it's consistent throughout his life. He started his career by being a kind of a Republican...

Sunday, September 4th
Author(s): Jason Carlson

Whatever Happened to Separation of Church and State?By Jason Carlson Where's the outrage from the Secular Left?  Where are Barry Lynn, the ACLU and the rest of the "separation of church and state" crowd?  Does nobody care about preserving the separation of church and state anymore? Over the past week the entire nation has been fixated on the tragic events taking place in the Southeastern portion of our country.  Fox News, CNN, MSNBC and others have featured around the clock coverage of hurricane Katrina's devastation and the subsequent relief efforts.  As you watch the television news...

Friday, September 2nd
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Noise of (the Evolution) War By Brannon S. Howse  Each new school year brings us again to the front lines of the evolution war in America's public schools. This time, the opening salvo was fired from as high up the thought-leader tower as it can be. Thankfully, President Bush used his bully pulpit to bring some long-awaited common sense to the dispute as he avowed the importance of teaching intelligent design in our classrooms. "Both sides," he noted plainly, "ought to be properly taught ... so people can understand what the debate is about." He further stated what should go without saying...

Friday, September 2nd
Author(s): Tamara Scott

by Tamara Scott The kids are back in the books and learning all kinds of new information.   One may just be surprised at what they're learning.   After taking the Iowa Youth Survey, students in Iowa school districts may be contemplating how they might commit suicide.   Every three years, Iowa school districts decide whether or not to participate in the survey.    Below is an excerpt from the Frequently Asked Questions website explaining how the data is used. It's probably the most honest answer as to why students are subjected to such rubbish.  (It's been cut and pasted because users often...

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