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Quran

“When the sacred months are over slay the idolaters wherever you find them. Arrest them, besiege them, and lie in ambush everywhere for them.” – The Quran, Surah 9:5 When it comes to the global scourge of orthodox Islam, the Western world, which Islamists expressly seek to “destroy from within,” is an upside-down realm wherein objective facts, …

nativityUSA

If you travel around the world, you discover so many differences, unique ideas and strange customs that make one people distinct from another. And yet, the birth of one child in a land few of us have visited can be the catalyst for bringing together widely separated cultures. Enjoy this small collection of different takes …

light and truth_Yale

Save your money and don’t send your children to Yale. In fact, you might want to determine if any college or university is worth your money. It used to be that schools were chosen because of their academic reputation. This is no longer the case. Places like Yale and Harvard have been taken over by …

Islam churches

Mankind’s enduring “culture war” is nothing new. It first began in a garden long ago and today has reached a fever pitch worldwide. The battle lines are drawn, not so much between conservative vs. liberal, as many presume, but, rather, between biblical vs. unbiblical, truth vs. deception. In its most distilled form the culture war …

psychics

The Associated Press recently reported that “[a] New York man who sought help from a fortuneteller to fix a romantic relationship says she scammed him out of more than $700,000.” How could someone spend that kind of money to try to get “help” from a psychic? The psychic storefronts I see claim you can get …

year of our lord

“A federal judge in North Carolina has ruled that commissioners in one local county can’t present prayers only in Jesus’ name even if they all are Christians because doing so isn’t ‘nondiscriminatory’ toward other religions and elevates Christianity in government.” If this is true, then the United States Constitution as well as North Carolina’s constitution …

holder clears wilson

August 9, 2014 was the day that changed Ferguson, Missouri forever, along with the lives of two Ferguson residents. Eighteen year old Michael Brown robbed a convenience store and shoved a clerk out of his way as he made his escape. A few minutes later, Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson spotted Brown from the description …

crusades

As you most likely know by now, President Obama offered something of a dismissal of today’s Islamic Jihadists by comparing their actions to the Crusades and Inquisition. Here’s what he said: “Unless we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, …

History

I saw a recent hand-held sign from a protester on television with the words: “Which side of history are you on?” With another Christmas approaching, I can’t overstate how relevant that notion is when it comes to Christ’s kingdom, which began 2000 years ago and will one day see its wider fulfillment. Christmas is a …

louis-zamperini-olympics

Unbroken opens Christmas day in major theaters across the United States. It’s about the life of Louis Zamperini. According to some, it’s only about some of Louis Zamperini’s life. It’s based on the book of the same name written by Laura Hillenbrand. Hillenbrand delighted audiences with her book Seabiscuit that was also turned into a …

PeterThiel

The man who co-created PayPal helped solve a big problem, how to make trustworthy payments on the Internet. This successful solution has enriched the lives of everyone—himself included. Now, he wants to think outside the box to solve another problem: Death. Writing for the Telegraph of the UK, Mick Brown penned, “Peter Thiel: the billionaire …

Ferguson lost generation

Ferguson, Cincinnati, Trayvon Martin, Rodney King, sports champions and losers, they all have several things in common – riots, racial hatred and turning from God. We’ve seen lawlessness, riots, looting, arson and physical assaults after some college and sports teams win or lose a national championship. Celebrations of victories quickly degrade into acts of barbarism …