Tag Archives: islam

Fire chief terminated because of Christian faith

What a headline. How can this be?  Please see this article via Todd Starnes at Fox News: The city of Atlanta fired its fire chief solely because of his religious beliefs about same-sex marriage and homosexual conduct, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday in federal court. The lawsuit was filed by Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys […]

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Were President Obama’s ‘Crusades’ Comments Accurate?

Many are quick to be offended by his comments about the Crusades, but are they true?

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Obama At National Prayer Breakfast: “People Committed Terrible Deeds In The Name of Christ”

Did Obama just use the National prayer breakfast to slam America and equate Christians with ISIS? These videos are pretty distrubing – in the President’s own words. Via Brietbart News: At the National Prayer Breakfast today, President Obama reminded attendees that violence rooted in religion isn’t exclusive to Islam, but has been carried out by […]

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Holocaust survivor booted from public schools

“…I said, I have to tell you, though, that Christ is in my message.” “Well can’t you leave Christ out of it?” the man asked. “He is the one who kept me safe. I can’t keep Him out,” she responded.  “Well, I’m sorry then. You can’t come,” he said. The following is reported by Leo […]

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ISIS Reportedly Burns Jordanian Pilot Alive

They put in him in a cage, doused him with a flammable liquid, lit him on fire and watched.  That’s the latest from many media outlets including Fox News. Clicking this link won’t take you to the video, but you will hear in detail from the reporter what happened to the pilot in his last […]

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Islam: A deadly fundamentalism

When it comes to so-called “radical” Islam, we in the West take comfort in certain words and definitions that imply that we’re safer than perhaps we really are. Today we’re going to define some Islamic fundamental doctrines Christians need to know: Taqiyya Abrogation   Nasikh Shariah …and more. And we’re going to suggest a change in […]

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Texas Islamic Tribunal Dispenses Shariah Law

Islamic Tribunal Confirmed in Texas; Attorney Claims “It’s Voluntary”, reports Bob Price over at Breitbart News: An Islamic Tribunal using Sharia law in Texas has been confirmed by Breitbart Texas. The tribunal is operating as a non-profit organization in Dallas. One of the attorneys for the tribunal said participation and acceptance of the tribunal’s decisions […]

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The truth about Jihad

Many nations in the world have established Sharia Zones, or No-Go Zones. What is a Sharia Zone, and do we have them in America? As a matter of fact, yes.  This weekend we are participating in a conference called “SNOW” (Supernatural Obedience to the Word), In a few minutes you’ll be introduced to one of […]

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The Rubber Sword of Toothless Truth

It looks awesome from a distance. Sounds great, too – whistling through the wind as its proud owner swings it here , there and everywhere, like a skilled and dangerous soldier or knight. But, at the end of the day, it’s just a toy. The wannabe soldier is merely pretending. His sword is a fake; an imitation without an edge. […]

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The Insanity and Consequence of Islam (and all anti-Christ worldviews)

In the wake of this week’s attack by militant Muslims on the headquarters and staff of the magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, we’re being spun and propagandized even more intensely than usual by a world at war with God. We really do need to remember that. As ambassadors for Christ the King and the only agents capable […]

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Persecution Credit Andrew Dunn

2015 forecast: Bloody, violent persecution for Christians

Report: Global Persecution of Christians Reached Historic Levels in 2014 Originally published at Christian News Net by Heather Clark SANTA ANA, Calif. – A watchdog organization that releases a report each year on the global persecution of Christians states that 2014 marked the highest level of hostility against Christians ever recorded, but believes matters will […]

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The hard passages in Hebrews

Today we continue our look at the Book of Hebrews with Dr. Randy White, pastor of First Baptist Church of Katy, Texas. You can find Bible study tools, podcasts, sermons and live programming at Randy White Ministries, including a Thursday evening Bible Study online that you can do here. Click here for Dr. White’s new Ask […]

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John Wood

Marine father banned from daughter’s school over Islam lesson

 Can you imagine a school teaching your child that there is no other god but Allah, and that she needs to memorize and recite the 5 pillars of Islam?  This father, who is a marine who witnessed firsthand the destruction caused in the name of Allah and knows Islam is not “a religion of peace.” […]

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National Cathedral to Host First Muslim Prayer

Washington National Cathedral is hosting a Muslim prayer service for the first time on Friday. Planners say they hope Friday’s service at the historic cathedral will foster more understanding and acceptance between Christians and Muslims around the world. The prominent Episcopal cathedral often hosts national events, such as presidential funerals, and has hosted Muslims at […]

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If you think it’s problematic now, Wait Till It’s Free

Free health care sounds like such a great idea, doesn’t it? But there are huge ramifications for Christians. We can talk about coverage for unbiblical practices now – like abortion and sex change operations, but that’s just the beginning. Wait until socialized medicine is free. What happens when the government can’t  fund coverage for  the […]

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Mosques over America: Will we live by the First Commandment or die by the First Amendment?

One of the more memorable moments in Cecil B. Demille’s The Ten Commandments comes when Charlton Heston – I mean, Moses – comes down from Mount Sinai with the Ten Commandments of God to man. He makes this dramatic return after a long absence during which the people of Israel engaged in rank idolatry and open […]

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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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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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Making sense of Middle East tension: 10-17 podcast

Today we’re talking about what’s happening to Christians beyond our comfy pews with William J. Murray,  a strong advocate for persecuted Christians in America and around the world. Murray’s Religious Freedom Coalition is a non-profit organization that takes on on issues related to aiding Christians in Islamic and Communist nations. Stand Up For The Truth is a radio and […]

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Inside the Muslim Brotherhood: An interview with Kamal Saleem

  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 the cause, and we’re seeing its deadly effects around the world. […]

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