An Abundance of Grace
- By Erick Erickson
Two weeks ago, two prominent evangelical supporters of President Donald Trump, Eric Metaxas and Franklin Graham, had a discussion about the election, the current political situation and opposition to the president.
"It's a very bizarre situation to be living in a country where some people seem to exist to undermine the president of the United States. It's just a bizarre time for most Americans," said author and radio show host Eric Metaxas.
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Witchcraft and Witch Hunts
- By Ben Graydon
Religionists have required of would-be converts to Christianity to not only adopt Jesus as Lord, which lordship is not readily comprehended in our current cultural context anyway, but also to adopt another culture that is, in fact, extra-biblical. And “extra” in this sense does not mean MORE (as in “an extra scoop of ice cream” or MORE biblical); it actually means the opposite.
“Extra” means “additional, beyond the usual, outside.” For example, as “extra-legal” means “occurring outside the law, not governed by law, lawless; being beyond the province of authority of law,” Congress is now embroiled in a political effort – a coup, actually – to take down the duly-elected President of the United States. It is not a LEGAL battle – it is extra-legal – in that it is not governed by the law, by that which is legal, by actual written law, but by POLITICS: i.e., it is purely a political act outside of the law. That does not make it IL-legal; it simply means that it is not a LEGAL act, played out in and according to the established, published rules of the legal arena of the law – it is POLITICAL.
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Thanksgiving is the Only Christian Holiday Not Stolen
- By Gary McCullough, director of Christian Newswire
Throughout history there exists an ongoing battle over what cultures celebrate and why. In recent American history the battle lines are often described as pro and anti-Christian.
America once was content in allowing civil authorities to select and define its holidays. With the increasing influence of groups which use the courts to challenge any commingling of religion and the function of government, the definition of the some of the nation's holidays have become a war zone.
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The Koranic Doctrine of Abrogation
- By Mike Scruggs
Essential Knowledge for Western Survival
Is Islam a religion of peace? That is not Islamic doctrine, but many Western leaders have brought their countries to the edge of social and cultural chaos and possible extinction in that belief. As the Prophet Hosea said:
“My people are destroyed by a lack of knowledge, because you have rejected knowledge…”--Hosea 4:6a.
The main problem, and the cause of many problems, is that Western leaders have rejected the Biblical wisdom that once strengthened Western culture and understanding. A second problem, which this article, addresses, is that they have a shallow and mistaken knowledge of Islam. They have put multiculturalist political correctness and virtue signaling above both Biblical Wisdom and common sense reasoning. Hence we have little discernment of danger and are open to deception. We in fact cling to our deceptions and are unlikely to look beyond the surface of language and events.
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Asking The Lord’s Blessing – More Thanksgiving Thoughts
- By W.H. Lamb
“We gather together to ask the Lord’s blessing; He chastens and hastens His will to make known.
The wicked oppressing now cease from distressing; Sing praises to His name, He forgets not his own.
“Beside us to guide us, our God with us joining; ordaining, maintaining His kingdom divine.
So from the beginning the fight we were winning; thou, Lord, wast at our side, all glory be Thine.
“We all do extol Thee, Thou leader triumphant; and pray that Thou still our defender will be.
Let Thy congregation escape tribulation; Thy name be ever praised, O Lord, make us free!”
Who in the Christian world doesn’t recognize that great old Thanksgiving hymn? The words and music are from The Netherlands of the 16th century, and it was arranged in its present form by Edward Kremser (1838-1914). Since the hymn originated in the same country (Holland, or The Netherlands) that our Separatist Pilgrim Forefathers and Mothers lived in as exiles from England from 1608 to 1620 (and for many of those same Separatists much longer than that), I’m sure that our “Plimoth” Pilgrims may have sung that song, or at least a version of it, very often during their 12 year sojourn in Holland, to which they had fled to escape the extreme persecution inflicted upon them by the despised and feared King James and by the harsh hierarchy of The Church of England. (On the other hand, the Separatist Pilgrims sang mostly from the Psalms, so whether or not they ever sang this old hymn I can’t say with certainty.)
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Is Today's Culture War About Legacy or Lunacy?
- By Alveda King
The current impeachment lies, Democrat Debates, Chick-fil-A attacks, and DOJ/Comcast misalignment are all examples of indicative symptoms of a very serious problem: Culture War.
In light of the very recent Democrat Party presidential debates, America should pause, stop, and examine our moral state.
If the Democratic Party has anything to do with it, our current president will be impeached under false pretense, and our next president will endorse and embrace homosexual marriage, abortion on demand, higher taxes to support an agenda of death and lunacy. This should not be.
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Five Critical Mistakes
- By Dave Workman
You’ve heard this before: Your rights are one election away from being lost forever, and the election in question could actually be just over 10 months away, in the first week of November 2020.
For the past half-year, we’ve been listening to candidates running to unseat Donald Trump, each trying to out-gun-control one another with some of the most outrageous, anti-rights rhetoric in the history of the gun prohibition movement. To hear this crowd, one might presume they all slept through high school civics where the Bill of Rights was discussed.
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