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The Seams in Satan’s Godzilla Suit

In 1954, greatness was born. It came in a peculiar package and was inherently inclined towards destructive ends, but it was greatness nonetheless. Are we talking about the birth of the super-secret, ultra-conspiratorial Bilderberg Group or maybe the dawn of the super-idiotic, hyper-congenial Miss America Pageant? Nope. While both may well peg the bad-o-meter and […]

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So the American State has to destroy our freedom in order to protect it? Oh yeah, that makes sense.

If the incredible rate of loss of freedom in “the land of the free” and the home of the NSA isn’t inspiring profound concern and intense prayer for the fate of your families and your children’s futures…then please, ditch the football/circus distraction, dive into Truth, and start acting like an adult this weekend. There’s still […]

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What does the Gospel and Great Commission have to do with Ebola?

One of the greatest tools of the enemy and the old, worldly nature against which Christians struggle is distraction. We are easily distracted. Everything in this world tells us that everything but the whole, undiluted Gospel should be our focal point in life. Oh sure, you can “believe the Gospel” and “love the Lord” in […]

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Enterprise, Falcon, or Galactica? What might Christians use to explore and cultivate the restored cosmos?

Enterprise, Falcon, or Galactica? What’ll it be? Yeah, I’m serious. And yeah, this is a big deal. (I will explain later; please hang in there and humor me ’til then.) Now, back to the important question: If you were living in a place and a time where things like space travel and space traveling ships were […]

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Tolerance is a virtue of the Left

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:52 — 20.9MB) Tolerance might be the highest virtue in our popular culture, but it doesn’t often extend to Christians these days. Christians are increasingly being driven from public life, denied their First Amendment rights, and even actively discriminated against for their beliefs. David Limbaugh is our […]

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A question or two for our president

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:55 — 20.8MB) Today we’re asking you, “If you could ask President Obama one question what would it be?” I might have a few questions, but yours perhaps are different. Check out this article, 5 Things I Would Say to President Obama If I Were His Pastor. […]

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The Heat is On

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:43 — 20.3MB) Are you afraid to take a stand? Or are you a seasoned Watchman who helps others understand the times?  This is a very pointed discussion Mike LeMay is engaging with listeners of Stand Up For The Truth. Today’s Episode: Subscribe (RSS | iTunes) Having […]

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True and False Revival

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:44 — 20.7MB) We’re hearing rumblings across Christendom that the modern church is praying for an even planning a great revival that will sweep the land. And wouldn’t it be great to see every knee in every city bow before Jesus in repentance and worship?  But the […]

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Preparing for Ebola with Confidence and Hope

Since last week’s revelation of America’s own Patient Zero having been diagnosed with the Ebola virus, many of us have become either glued, unglued, or both. Americans by the tens of millions have become glued to their computers, radios, televisions and cell phones for the latest developments, and sometimes unglued by falling headlong into “NOOOOOOO! It’s the end […]

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The cracked foundation of the world

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:23 — 20.2MB) Is the ground moving under your feet? The shifting sands of the world are rapidly changing everything you thought you knew about the world you live in. In the Middle East, ISIS is quickly taking city after city. Ebola is sickening people to the […]

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Idolatry

America’s lesson to creation: Pride, freedom and liberty are stupid, destructive, and gay…when centered on anything but God.

What does pride, freedom, and liberty look like when severed from the law and nature of God their basis? We are increasingly able to provide a one-word answer to that ugly question, and that answer is: America. As reported earlier today, the Supreme Court of the United States has turned away appeals Monday from five states […]

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Too big to fail is too wrong to tolerate.

  Ever wonder why it is that folks who make the most mind-numbingly moronic economic decisions on the most grand, globally impactful scale, tend to barely suffer any sort of meaningful personal consequence for their world shaking acts of stupidity? Every wonder why certain people, businesses, corporations, and governments can again and again and again […]

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New Target Ad Features Lesbian Women Preparing Room for Baby

Most of the world will celebrate this as something exciting and cutting-edge. Those who don’t like it will be Targeted as haters. The retail giant Target has released a new promotional advertisement that features two lesbian women who are preparing a room for the arrival of a child. “Baby Digs: The Magic of Space” was […]

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“Left Behind” Movie: A Review by Pastor Randy White

Review by Dr. Randy White, originally published at Randywhiteministries.org I went to see Left Behind as a self-described proponent of the pre-trib rapture doctrine and armchair movie critic. I’ll give a brief review of some of my personal cheers and jeers. CHEERS It wasn’t contrived Many Christian movies are simply so forced in plot as to bring […]

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Supreme Court Paves Way for Gay Marriage in 5 States

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court turned away appeals Monday from five states seeking to prohibit same-sex marriages, paving the way for an immediate expansion of gay and lesbian unions. The justices on Monday did not comment in rejecting appeals from Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin. No other state cases were currently pending with […]

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A proper resistance to tyranny

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:56 — 20.8MB) Later in the program we will check in with Pastor Chris Rosebrough, who is doing something rather unique today to say goodbye to a friend and biblical apologetics minister Ken Silva, who passed away last week. Today at 11 Central, Chris will host and […]

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God’s judgement? Don’t worry; be happy

The visible church is increasingly avoiding the hard truth of John 3:16. Or more specifically, John 3:17-21: …whoever does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only Son of God. 19 And this is the judgment: the light has come into the world, and people loved the darkness […]

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Online Memorial for Pastor Ken Silva 10/6/14

For those of you who have been impacted by the wisdom and research of Pastor Ken Silva of Apprising Ministries, his friends and colleagues have put together a touching and beautiful online memorial service broadcast live over the internet at Pirate Christian Radio.  Listen to the broadcast here. Download the PDF of the memorial service […]

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Inside the Muslim Brotherhood: An interview with Kamal Saleem

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:22 — 71.9MB)   We know that Muslim children are taught at a very young age to hate anything or anyone outside of Islam. In particular, they are taught that Jews and Christians are infidels, and that infidels must be destroyed. Those children increasingly are recruited for […]

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EbolaInAmerica

Faith, Courage, and Hope in the Face of Ebola

What a difference a day makes. Just 24 hours ago, we had not yet gotten the news that an Ebola-infected “patient zero” had been diagnosed in America. Up until that moment, many of us prayed and hoped that this devastating plague would not find its way to our land. Others artificially preserved their optimistic take through an ignorance-is-bliss […]

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