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Will we worship America and protect Islam or will we worship God and defeat it?

Everything in God’s creation is constantly about the business of validating His nature as revealed in His Word. Everything. “There is not one single, solitary maverick molecule in the universe”, as R.C. Sproul might say. All of creation belongs to God and it is all in the process – even at this very moment – […]

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EbolaAirways

Of course Ebola is airborne. It flies in from Africa all the time.

So the hits just keep a-comin’… Sure, ISIS, Ebola and the like are inherently horrifying and all, but it’s the way in which these threats are understood and handled by our “leaders” that just seems to amplify the tragedy and terror in…well…a sometimes comically awful sort of way. Has this year not been one incredible run […]

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Rob Bell’s “Zimzum of Love”

Rob Bell, who continues to influence millions of fans around the world despite his fall from biblical Christianity has launched a new book project with his wife Kristin. Their book, The Zimzum of Love, is promoted as giving people a “startling new way of looking at marriage.”  Since Bell has come out in support of […]

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AsFearGoesViral

Are you calmly embracing reality?

So we now have two confirmed Ebola sufferers who contracted the virus from America’s Ebola Airways-delivered Patient Zero, Thomas Duncan. Both of them are trained professional medical workers who, presumably, took fairly thorough precautions in dealing with Mr. Duncan. Since the arrival of that first viral seed, Ebola Air has brought us a second opportunity for […]

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Pastor Mark Driscoll Resigns from Mars Hill

In an unexpected announcement, Mark Driscoll resigned late yesterday as pastor of Mars Hill Church, a congregation he founded 18 years ago. The Mars Hill board of overseers said that they were surprised to receive the letter, and said that Driscoll hadn’t committed any acts of “immorality, illegality or heresy.” The board did say their […]

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Why and how the son of Tony Campolo became an agnostic humanist

  Bart Campolo announcing he is agnostic does not surprise most people. After all, his father Tony Campolo is the head of Red Letter Christians, an Emergent Church founder of a model based on “did God really say” approach to truth being relative. No, what is interesting (and the reason we share this here), is […]

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City of Houston Demands Pastors Turn over Sermons

Yes, the MAYOR actually wants to inspect sermons. Read on: via Todd Starnes over at Fox News: The city of Houston has issued subpoenas demanding a group of pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or Annise Parker, the city’s first openly lesbian mayor. And those ministers who fail to comply could […]

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Letting sin abound: The “Ahabs” in our pulpits

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:49 — 20.8MB) Are there “Ahabs” in your pulpit? Today Mike discusses church leaders who tolerate sin – under the guise of “loving well.”  Who was Ahab?  He was the seventh king of Israel and husband of Jezebel: Ahab tolerated sin and goes down in biblical history […]

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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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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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TooBigToFail

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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“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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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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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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Joel Osteen will make it all better

Broke? Need a fresh vision for your life? Pastor Joel Osteen has just released a new book that will make your trials and tribulations go away, and your carnal desires and dreams come true! (Yes, we’ll have a little tongue-in-cheek fun with this, but there is no fun to be had when you consider the […]

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Defining moments

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:01 — 20.4MB) Today we’re talking about love, marriage, why God put us here and why He didn’t. If you want to unleash the champion in you, there’s a new book out by Pastor Joel Osteen who will help you conquer anything – we’ll hear from him […]

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Sad news…

One of our dear comrades, Pastor Ken Silva, has passed away after a long illness. Ken died last night in his New Hampshire home. A veteran researcher and reporter, Ken founded Apprising Ministries as well as Christian Research Network, two foundational apologetics sites where he wrote about trends in the church. Ken loved the Lord […]

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Steven Furtick: His Past, Present, and Future, Part 2

A lot of folks have been wondering about pastor Seven Furtick of Elevation Church. The pastor is also an author of such books as Sun Stand Still (which many churches across the country have studied and shared as a congregation), and is very popular as a conference headliner. Last week we shared an excellent article […]

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