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Did Franklin Graham Actually Tell Christians to Vote for the “Least Heathen” Candidate? [VIDEO]

News headlines referring to Franklin Graham asking Christians to vote for the “least heathen” candidate are misleading and mistakingly portray the message Graham is giving in each state capital on his Decision America Tour. Overlooking his message of goodwill, news outlets … Continue reading

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Turkey Seizing Christian Churches As They Continue to Flood Europe With Islamists [VIDEO]

In the southeastern city of Diyarbakir, Turkey, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan seized six churches as “state property,” another move towards eradicating free speech and expressing any belief other than in Islam. According to World Watch Monitor, Turkish authorities said the … Continue reading

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Mormonism is Not Christianity

Reading the results of the Pew poll about Mormonism, reminds me of what Martin Luther King Jr. wrote in “Strength to Love”: “Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.” The fact that two … Continue reading

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The Possibility of Tebowmania and Linsanity

In The Jeremy Lin Problem, David Brooks argued that an underlying problem exists for religious professional athletes. He wrote, “the moral ethos of sport is in tension with the moral ethos of faith,” making the false assumption that only non-religious … Continue reading

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Jesus, Taxes and Proof-Texting

Here’s the problem with liberals like Erika Christakis: they misuse Christian Scripture for their own political purposes, which is exactly what Jesus was against. She recently argued in TIME magazine that Republican Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan is “un-Christian” because of … Continue reading

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Understanding the Catholic Conundrum

The two vice-presidential candidates, Joe Biden and Paul Ryan, accurately represent the division with Roman Catholicism in America today. Both profess to be Catholic and both have completely opposite views about how to live out their belief. One supports abortion … Continue reading

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Fox News Coverage on Pope Not All That Fair and Balanced

Yesterday, while waiting for the new pope to be announced, Fox News Anchor Megyn Kelly made the comment that “Jesus elected the first pope.” Likewise, Executive Vice President and Executive Editor at Fox News John Moody referred to God “choosing … Continue reading

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Huckabee and American Ministers Invigorated by the Power of the Cross in Poland, Seek to Harness that Power in America

A common theme arose throughout Gov. Mike Huckabee’s Journey with Christian leaders in Poland: The Power of the Cross. They heard first hand how Poland’s freedom from communist occupation was primarily possible because of Pope John Paul II. But equally important, was … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Dismembers America, Establishment Clause, from its Roots

In 1963 the Supreme Court redefined the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause. In an 8-1 decision it ruled that the government “shall allow no religious activity” in publicly funded activity, also prohibiting free exercise of religion in that public life. Against … Continue reading

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The Boy Scouts Should Have Seen It Coming: The Gay Agenda Certainly Did

Sixty percent of the 1,400 voting members of the Boy Scouts voted to allow openly gay members, but not leaders yesterday, in a predictable change to the 103 year-old civic organization. What are the possible outcomes? Litagation? Most likely. Defections? … Continue reading

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