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The Danger of Islam and “Chrislam”

According to the 1 John 4:3 Islam is a religion of anti-christ.  Islam denies that Jesus Christ is God, instead referring to him as a prophet who is less than Muhammad. Muslim terrorists and fanatics continue to murder innocent Christians and others in the Middle East.  And yet the Bible teaches us to love and […]

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It’s Turning Ugly Out There

Bolstered by the sad decision of the U.S. Supreme Court that legalized homosexual “marriage”, secular progressives are pressing their temporary advantage, doing all they can to suppress and silence the voices of Christian churches and ministries.  They’ve found an ally in the court system and an opponent (Christians) who seem apathetic as a whole. Are […]

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Politics and Christianity

Every four years Americans are given a choice between several political candidates to choose from as our next President.  And of course every one of them promises to “make America great again”.  As Christians we are, of course, to follow Jesus Christ.  Unfortunately, He is not on the ballot.  So how do we balance the […]

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A Move of Jesus in the Muslim World?

The spread of radical Muslim terrorism is a real crisis–one that is starting to hit nearly every nation on earth.  Christians being slaughtered for refusing to renounce Jesus Christ has become an almost daily event. But some are reporting that there is a movement of Jesus Christ–the true Jesus Christ–in the Muslim world.  And many […]

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ISIS-Connected Shooter Kills Four U.S. Marines in Chattanooga

Christian News Network reports that an ISIS-connected gunman shot and killed four U.S. marines at two separate Tennessee military facilities on Thursday, before being fatally wounded by police. The shootings were carried out within two hours of each other and are believed to have been committed by the same gunman, who has been identified as […]

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Willow Creek and Christian Leadership

I have been thinking a lot lately about some closing comments I did on Stand Up For the Truth about 4 years ago. I compared our role to a pesky alarm clock that wakes you up at 4am out of a deep sleep, letting you know it is time to wake up and go to […]

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Chipping Away at Church

The Christian Church in America is under increasing pressure to compromise with and conform to the “values” of this fallen, sinful world.  While it is no surprise that the world hates the Christian Church, it is alarming how many who profess to be Christians within the church seem to be active or passive participants in […]

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Do not lose heart

The Bible tells us that scoffers will come in these last days, and we’re seeing and hearing them certainly in the world and via news headlines, but also rising up within the visible modern church. Today is a heavy news day, and we mean heavy quite literally. Joining us to discuss these topics today is […]

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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? http://media.blubrry.com/standupforthetruth/p/standupforthetruth.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Were-President-Obamas-Crusades-Comments-Accurate.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:52 — 23.4MB) | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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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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“Jesus was really saying is this: “I am the way,” as in, ‘I know the way.'”

When you deny Jesus Christ as God, and you have an influential public platform influencing tens of thousands globally, there’s a name for that. Before we dive into this story, you need to know the truth about what God said about Antichrists: Warnings Against Denying the Son   1 John 2:18-23 Dear children, this is the […]

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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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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 depth of evil

By now you have heard of the tragic terrorist event in France, where 12 people are dead in an apparent jihad retaliation against a publishing company who has published cartoons of the prophet Mohammed, and this morning, two more: A policewoman and a street cleaner who tried to save her, gunned down on the streets […]

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Is America in Serious Decline? What Should Christians Do About it?

Six years ago Barack Obama became President of the United States and he promised to fundamentally transform the United States of America. Now regardless of what you think of the President’s policies, you cannot argue that he has been successful in his promise to fundamentally transform our nation in many aspects. If you lean progressive […]

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Preparing for Challenging Times

Since we last talked about a surge in the one-world religion/one-world government the Bible tells us will happen, there have been some big developments: A convergence of 14 world religions – the latest hand-holding religious summit between Rome and evangelical, Mormon, Jewish, Muslim, and Sikh leaders, at the Vatican in Rome.  (See, What do Rick Warren, […]

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Scoffers in the modern church

Today we’re talking about about how to stand firm on God’s Word as truth, as a growing number of churches continually teach otherwise. Many times it’s leadership who tells you to stop contending in the name of “love.” Plus we’re seeing a blending of Christianity and the blackness of our culture. It’s a slippery slide… […]

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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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