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In the World But Not of the World

We, in America, like the plaques, we just don’t like the Ten Commandments. Scott Alan Buss discusses being in the world, but not of the world.

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Another Jesus: Cults and Religious Liberals

Over the years we have observed a wide variety of groups who outright reject the Jesus of Scripture but somehow feel the need to attach His name to their group or cause in order to give them an air of legitimacy. It happens with world religions, cults, social causes and politics. Some years ago we […]

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Ben Carson Didn’t Cave But Confusion Remains

Why all the upheaval and controversy when a discussion comes up about Islam and Christianity in America? Has political correctness become a serious threat in the land of the free? I am going out on a limb to say most informed Americans agree with Dr. Ben Carson and oppose the idea of a practicing Muslim […]

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Standing Strong in the Pulpit – or Not?

  There is no doubt the Christian Church in America is entering a time of great challenges.  As our nation and government embrace secular humanism at an alarming rate, the pressure on individual believers and pastors to just “shut up and keep your religion to yourself” will intensify greatly in the coming months and years. […]

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Blood Moons, Politics, and Prophetic Signs

  There are several voices out there warning us of all sort of things.  People are talking about Blood Moons, Shemitahs, an economic collapse, as well as the Pope meeting with President Obama, gay clergy, and transgenders.  Many see these as signs that the return of the Lord is near, but none of us know […]

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The Johnson Amendment and the Agenda to Silence Christians

We did not get here overnight. Attacks on religious freedoms and on the speech of Christians in America did not just appear in the last several years. The attempted muzzling of Christian churches and religious groups has gradually increased since a pivotal law was passed by a shrewd politician to intimidate people of faith. The […]

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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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Romans Chapter 1 in Complete Context

One of the challenges we face as Bible-believing Christians is this:  All of us at times hold firmly to the the verses we love, but want to discount the verses that make us uncomfortable.  But when we profess our complete faith in Jesus Christ and His Word, we do not have the option to pick […]

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Dual or Conflicting Citizenship?

America has been a shining light of freedom for nearly 250 years.  As citizens, we have been blessed by the freedom to worship, the freedom to speak our minds and the ability to work hard and become successful. Christians in America hold “Dual Citizenship”:  We are permanent citizens of the eternal kingdom of God on […]

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How did Christians Destroy Conservatism?

How did we end up with “conservatives” defending everything from Social Security and Medicare to State-controlled children’s “education”, which is straight out of the Communist Manifesto? How did we get a supposedly “right wing” political movement in America that is effortlessly molded and mobilized in support of one explicitly Socialist/Marxist policy after another, all while most of its members […]

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Why should we stay biblically balanced through political tidal waves?

I must admit to having had a giddy good time of it Tuesday night, watching Democrat after Democrat fall. It was an absolute blast. Even better, as a Tennessee resident who had the opportunity to support the “Yes on 1” campaign, it was thrilling and gratifying to see that amendment pass, allowing for my Bible-belt state […]

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How do we stop America’s voter-assisted suicide?

It’s Election Day in America, and all the familiar gears, wheels, and tools of propaganda are in full motion. The (mostly) controlled game is on and the (mostly) contrived drama is thick. “Will the Republicans be returned to power in the Senate?” “Will the Democrats be taught a painful lesson?” “Will the country be saved from […]

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Nursery Worker Teaches Toddler About Gay Marriage

The world is growing darker by the second for our next generation. A 3-year-old boy has been taught by his nursery school teacher that when he grows up, he will be able to marry a boy or a girl. The boy’s outraged parents wrote a letter to a local newspaper about the incident. Charisma News […]

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24 hours until…?

Is this the most important election of our lifetime? People say that every four years, but a growing number of us are saying, “Yes, this time the future of our nation really does depend on who comes out ahead tomorrow night. It’s not necessarily about the candidates, but about their ideologies and core beliefs about […]

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