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Rick Warren builds bridge to Muslims

(via the Orange County Register) The Rev. Rick Warren, pastor of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest and one of America’s most influential Christian leaders, has embarked on an effort to heal divisions between evangelical Christians and Muslims by partnering with Southern California mosques and proposing a set of theological principles that includes acknowledging that Christians and Muslims […]

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We don't believe in the same Jesus

Working with our blog and web mechanics, I get to see the statistics on how people stumble across our little site. One thing that never ceases to amaze me is the search engine metrics, a little box that tells me what Google search terms they typed in before clicking on our site. Every day without […]

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Necessary Discussion Without Unnecessary Hatred

This show tackles tough, controversial issues; issues that need to be discussed as we enter perilous times.  It’s getting more and more difficult to tell the good guys from the bad guys these days.  There are false teachers and movements out to deceive Christians and we need to be alert to their agenda and their […]

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New Age and the dangers of "Mindfulness"

We’ve been talking about the concerning activities being promoted in many public schools in our nation and around the world. Today we’re turning our focus on one of the more worrisome lessons being taught to children as young as five. Eastern mystical practices like yoga, meditation and now something called “Mindfulness” are seeping into the […]

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Homeschooling families can’t teach homosexuality a sin in class, says Alberta government

EXCLUSIVE via LifeSiteNews.com: EDMONTON, Alberta.   Under Alberta’s new Education Act, homeschoolers and faith-based schools will not be permitted to teach that homosexual acts are sinful as part of their academic program, says the spokesperson for Education Minister Thomas Lukaszuk. “Whatever the nature of schooling – homeschool, private school, Catholic school – we do not tolerate […]

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A Time For Prayer and Action

I have to make a confession.  I’m not proud to admit this; but here goes.  I watched the Presidential debates last night.  Two things really jumped out at me watching the bantering and bickering. First, how our leaders just don’t understand what Islam is all about.  Congressman Ron Paul kept insisting that Iran was not […]

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Homosexuality: A Bridge of Hope!

Many Christians struggle with sexual sin, and wonder if it’s possible to break free of the bondage of homosexual attraction.   With Christ, it is possible!  Today our special guest Ruth Christian joins us in studio to talk about her own journey out of a lesbian lifestyle, and how God has used her story to […]

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Taking Dominion – Do We Really Want God's Kingdom Now?

This is an excellent and robust article about Dominionism by Mishel McCumber over at Deception Bytes: “When fascism comes to America it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying a cross” Sinclair Lewis There is no doubt that the evangelical and political landscape in this country has been radically transformed by a theological shift […]

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Mindfulness goes to Kindergarten

One of the more worrisome trends in our public schools is the Eastern mystical practices seeping into the classroom under the guise of stress management. Yoga, meditation and something called “Mindfulness” are  all now being taught to children as young as five. One of the most experienced researchers we know in this area is Marcia […]

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Mindfulness: no-mind over matter

What exactly is “mindfulness,” and should Christians follow this? Check out this article by Marcia Montenegro, Christian Answers for the New Age (CANA): Mindfulness is a Buddhist concept and practice, the seventh step of the Eightfold Path. Mindfulness is more than a meditative practice; it is an outlook on life and reality that ideally results […]

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The true glory of the Lord: A case for trembling

What would you do if the God of all creation appeared in His glory? Does He make personal, visual appearances today? Some believe God has been visiting certain church services in the form of gold dust, or “glory clouds.” Check out the strange phenomenon and reaction a few months ago when gold dust mysteriously appeared […]

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Should Christians fight the culture wars?

Today we are looking at news headlines that point to a decline of good common sense in our nation, in our schools, in our policies and in our lives.  The opinions that Christians express about the culture wars are often ridiculed by a world that is lost. So if the world is going to do […]

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Christian pastor Youcef Nadarkhani and his family

BREAKING: Execution Orders Issued for Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani

Would you recent your faith to save your life? Husband and father of two Youcef Nadarkhani is. It looks like he will lose his earthly life for the eternal, in spite of efforts from diplomats and prayer warriors fighting the Iranian government on his behalf.  Just hearing this report by Jordan Sekulow reporting in Iran […]

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Why are Lynn Hybels, Tony Campolo and Shane Claiborne hosting anti-Israel "Christ at the Checkpoint?"

viaChristian Newswire: “Christ at the Checkpoint is primarily a public relations scheme to dissuade American evangelicals from pro-Israel views.” — Mark Tooley, IRD President Evangelical left activists are preparing a provocatively titled conference and conflating Jesus Christ with Palestinian liberation. “Christ at the Checkpoint,” meeting March 5-9 at Bethlehem Bible College in the West Bank, […]

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Compromise? Or Surrender?

In England Christian schools are now being pressured by the government to end any sex education teachings that seem harsh or discriminatory toward homosexuals and transgenders.  What started off as a law to make sex education mandatory in schools, but provide protection for religious schools to not violate their religious teachings on sex is now […]

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Middle East poised for war

As Iran, Israel and other nations are poised for what could be a major war–perhaps even nuclear, Christians around the world are wondering what to make of this in light of our faith, the Bible and end times. The U.S. and Britain are urging Israel not to attack Iran’s nuclear program, amid growing international jitters […]

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Afghans Angry After Korans Burned at U.S. Air Base

Thousands of Afghans shout "Die, foreigners!" after Koran burning

Via The Blaze   KABUL, Afghanistan (The Blaze/AP) — More than 2,000 angry Afghans rallied Tuesday against the inadvertent burning of Korans and other Islamic religious materials during trash disposal at an American air base. They demanded to meet the country’s president over the issue and threatened to demonstrate again if their demand was not […]

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Iran forces Christian churches to stop worship services

Via Compass Direct News: (Reuters/Morteza Nikoubazl) Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence has ordered the last two officially registered churches holding Friday Farsi-language services in Tehran to discontinue them. Emmanuel Protestant Church and St. Peter’s Evangelical Church were the last two official churches offering Farsi-language services on Fridays in Tehran, according to Middle East Concern (MEC). Officials […]

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Love? Or Cowardice?

It appears a new translation of the bible is being written these days.  A much simpler version that cuts through all the confusion some Christians feel when they read the New Testament.  A version that reduces the gospel and epistles to a very simple theology. Do not judge, lest you be judged.  This quote from […]

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Planned Parenthood bullies Wisconsin food bank for saying no to them

Story from Lifesite News. Here’s a case where Planned Parenthood has purposely gone on a viscous attack, making the distorted case for a Christian organization being “extremist” and “judgmental.” February 15, 2012 (Bound4Life.com) – One thing we learned from the Komen/Planned Parenthood fiasco is that it may be easier to say no to the mob […]

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