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When political activism crosses the line

How do we stand strong as Christians against any political leader we perceive as a bad choice for public office — without giving in to hatred, or acting in ways Jesus did not call us to? As our nation falls deeper into spiritual, moral and financial decay, many of our listeners are wondering aloud if […]

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Mormonism: the elephant in the booth

Today we talked about politics, and no matter what your take is on whether faith should or shouldn’t play a role, we at least need to be aware of the issues. And as Christians, the topic of Mormonism should not make us feel “sticky” or “squishy.” The candidates for president and their campaign messages will […]

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How seriously should Christians take the political process?

Charles Spurgeon is quoted as saying, “Of two evils, choose neither.”  That seems to be a growing sentiment among Christians who are feeling that way when it comes to voting and politics. Here is the latest Barna poll on how Christians view voting – or not voting – on specific issues, broken down by whether […]

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Real Faith in God

In Hebrews we are taught that without faith it is impossible to please God.  Faith is what the Christian life is all about—we worship a God we cannot see, and believe in faith that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, died and rose from the dead.  We have no empirical truth that these facts are […]

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Safety recall for those exposed to emergent books, DVDs. etc

When bad spinach or broken brake lines harm consumers, a swift recall alert is issued to ensure no one else suffers from flawed or infected products.  So shouldn’t the same standard apply to products that harm us spiritually–perhaps even eternally?   Our guest today, Pirate Christian Radio’s Chris Rosebrough of Fighting for the Faith issued a […]

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Collectivism in the Church: How did we get here?

There is an entire culture, complete with its own language, shaped around what has become the “business” of doing Church. Rather than focusing on feeding the sheep or equipping the saints to bring the Good News of the Gospel to those who don’t know Him, it would seem the Next Church is about the business […]

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“Mercy Killing” of People with Disabilities?

It’s hard to imagine even having to report a story about murdering those our society has deemed “unuseful” or “inconvenient.” Do you realize how our culture has been eeking toward the precipice of eugenics? In the twentieth century, there was an organization that not only advocated the “mercy killing” of the disabled, they carried out […]

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Are Mormons Christian?

NO. I’d end this article here, because that is your answer, should anyone ever ask you. And with the presidential election on the horizon, it is more than likely that Mormonism and Christianity might come up in conversation. Already the high-profile Christian leaders are being asked about it. Saddleback Church’s Rick Warren sort of answered […]

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Mormons and Christians: The national conversation

There isn’t much we won’t cover on Stand Up For The Truth. As we head toward the November election, the presidential campaign has for the first time bumped Mormonism into the national conversation. What do Mormons believe?  Many Mormon leaders, including Mormon founder Joseph Smith, have made statements about God once being a man on […]

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Islam–Threat or Opportunity for Christians?

It is our human nature to procrastinate.  Generally we wait until a crisis is upon us before we react.  We get busy with every day duties and tend to not look too far into the future to anticipate potential issues headed our way.  This certainly seems to be happening with American Christianity and the growth […]

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Islam 101

Think you know Islam? It is the second largest religion in the world, only surpassed by Christianity. Islam was “born” from the writings of Mohammed, who claimed he received additional teachings from the angel Gabriel. Islam considers the writings of Judaism and Christianity “completed” by the Qur’an, the sacred book of Islam. Our guest today […]

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What of The Hunger Games?

Author Dave Wager, who appears frequently with us at Stand Up For The Truth, takes on the blockbuster hit (based on a popular book for teens and adults), The Hunger Games.  Reprinted via Wisconsin Christian News: The Hunger Games   By Dave Wager To say that I am saddened by the events that are taking place […]

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Are we a voice for life?

Today we’re talking about life, abortion and how it impacts our society. With us in our studio is Pro-Life Wisconsin Development Director Steve Karlen. There are many men and women who suffer pain and guilt and shame because of the lies that are told by pro abortion supporters. Andy by the way, on this show […]

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Planned Parenthood Sets Up 40 Days of Prayer for Abortion

Via LifeSiteNews:  A local Planned Parenthood abortion business in California is copycatting the 40 Days for Life campaign, which recently resulted in saving the lives of more than 700 unborn children from abortion. The abortion business has set up its own 40 Days of Prayer for the local abortion center. “We trust you to decide […]

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Brewer signs bill banning most abortions after 20 weeks

via Tucson Citizen A measure signed by Gov. Jan Brewer will bar most abortions in Arizona after 20 weeks of pregnancy, a ban supporters say protects both mothers and fetuses but one that abortion-rights advocates say is among the most restrictive in the nation. It bans all abortions after 20 weeks except in a “medical […]

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Is IHOP a cult? One intern’s story

We’ve been reporting about and warning of the dangerous teaching of Mike Bickle’s spiritual influence over young vulnerable students, many of whom are willing to give up everything just to come live at his campus at IHOP (International House of Prayer) in Kansas City. Two of our most requested resources: What about IHOP? (standupforthetruth.com) What About IHOP? […]

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Ohio Megachurch Gives $1 to Charity for Each Worship Attendee

Interesting way to fill seats. What do you think? (via the Christian Post A megachurch in Ohio has started a giving program in which on select Sundays it donates $1 to charity for every individual who attends a service on one of its campuses or online. CedarCreek Church, a nondenominational congregation whose first campus was […]

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Speaking up, speaking out

When you have a chance to speak up and speak out, what do you say that best represents what –and Whom–you stand for? Today we’re giving you a shot at the microphone by talking about things you want to talk about  — any issue affecting our Christian faith is fair game. We’ve got several discussion […]

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Secular Humanism vs. "Cosmic" Humanism: Do you know the difference?

Imagine there’s no heaven …no hell below us…above us only sky.  When you grow up hearing things like this, your worldview is built upon what us basically-good humans can achieve by our own will and might.   As one raised in secular humanism, I am thrilled to hear that the particular brand of atheism I […]

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Which way is the Church headed?

When we understand who Jesus is and how His atonement mirrored the sacrificial symbolism of Jewish tradition, the meaning of the cross becomes clearer. But these days there is a movement within the Church toward a faith that has very little to do with our Hebrew roots, and even less to do with Jesus’ sacrifice […]

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