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Live Unashamed for Christ

Live Unashamed for Christ By Nathele Graham Take a look around. What do you see? Everywhere you look you'll see people who flaunt sin. Lifestyles that should cause shame are paraded in front of us in stores, sports events, and in parks. We even invite the perversion into our homes…

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Obama’s Parting Shot at Israel

Obama’s Parting Shot at Israel An outrageous attack on the Jewish state before the world’s greatest purveyors of anti-Semitism. September 22, 2016 By Ari Lieberman Obama’s last address before the UN General Assembly was typically and predictably condescending, hypocritical, disingenuous and vainglorious. He used the opportunity to perform some electioneering…

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Jude, Gateway To Revelation…Part 1

Jude, Gateway To Revelation...Part 1 A Bible Study by Jack Kelley The Book of Acts is sometimes called the Acts of the Apostles because it’s a record of their experiences in building the early Church. That being the case, the Book of Jude could be called Acts of the Apostates…

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Two-Legged Oxy-Morons

Two-Legged Oxy-Morons By Dontwobears Some how, or some way, I have never understood many things, mostly because we have always told ourselves how wonderful and sophisticated we are. From the very beginning, as young children, we are told that we are fantastic, beautiful...you remember...the same things Parents tell their babies…

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Homosexuality Hasn’t Changed in 4000 Years

Homosexuality Hasn't Changed in 4000 Years By: Bryan Fischer Posted: Tuesday, September 20, 2016 The more homosexuality changes, the more it remains the same. Homosexual activists have done a masterful job of lying to the American people about the nature of homosexuality. They have convinced most consumers of low-information media…

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Defending Ourselves to Death

Defending Ourselves to Death Why, despite their good intentions, Israeli leaders are failing the country. September 20, 2016 By Caroline Glick Originally published by the Jerusalem Post. A week ago, Makor Rishon led its weekend paper with a startling headline: “Following a long period of desecration, a cemetery in the…

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Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Bang?

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Bang? In Defense of the Faith Tuesday, September 20, 2016 By Wendy Wippel A quick review of internet apologetics reveals that pretty much every Christian organization that disseminates scientific reasons for belief are firmly antagonistic to the Big Bang Theory. Which they might want…

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Battling the Enemy

Battling the Enemy By Nathele Graham We all know how important it is to be aware of what's going on around you. When walking through the woods you need to be aware of poison ivy, rattlesnakes, and skunks. When driving you need to be aware of your speed, the traffic…

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When Leaders Reject God’s Word

When Leaders Reject God’s Word By Daymond Duck Syria captured the city of Ramoth-gilead from the Northern Kingdom called Israel. The king of Israel, a wicked man named Ahab, wanted it back. He thought he saw the opportunity to retake it when the godly King Jehoshaphat visited him from the…

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Still Clinging To The Old?

Still Clinging To The Old? By Grant Phillips Matthew, Mark and Luke give us the account of Jesus’ analogies of the old and new cloth and the old and new wineskins. I love it when the Lord provides us different accounts, three in this case, of the same incident. It’s…

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