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Jesus Condemns Laziness

Excerpt from the devotional Strength For Today by D. James Kennedy and Jerry Newcombe “His master answered, ‘You wicked and slothful servant!’”—Matthew 25:26 The Lord Jesus has so unkind things to say about the deliberately slothful person. In the parable of the talents, the Lord lambasts the third man because he was lazy. The Bible admonishes […]

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Power and Authority: putting Hillary v. Trump in perspective

Guest essay by Joel McDurmon Of the many important sections (most of them) of R. J. Rushdoony’s Institutes of Biblical Law, one stands out as a lesson for today’s political season (in truth, every political season). This is a section on the difference between political power and legitimate authority. A godly society requires both godly […]

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Open Letter to Senator Cruz

Dear Senator Cruz, First, I commend you for the principles of Conservatism and Constitutionalism and Americanism you spoke of last evening at the Republican National Convention. Second, as a (fellow) Christian, your Christianity might be carefully considered with regard to the following verses: Re: your pledge to endorse and support the eventual GOP nominee for […]

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They Preached Liberty!

Guest essay by Bobbie Ames Years ago, D. James Kennedy sent me a book he published through Coral Ridge Ministries, by this title. He had made a passionate search of particular sermons preached throughout New England by virtually all the ministers of the period, from the 1700s through the period of the American Revolution and […]

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Warnings of “a More Formal & Permanent Despotism” – G. Washington

Guest Essay by Bill Federer “….Disorders…incline…men to seek security…in the absolute power of an Individual…on the ruins of Public Liberty” Thomas Jefferson wrote to Mr. Hammond in 1821: “The germ of dissolution of our federal government is in…the federal judiciary; “an irresponsible body…working like gravity by night and by day, gaining a little today and […]

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Election 2016

Poem by Annette Adams Elections come and elections go, All those of an earthly kind; But it’s the election that lasts forever That this writer has in mind. Our earthly one has left much debris In character digression: The need to win at any cost Left most with a bad impression. We hungered for statesmen […]

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Preserve Liberty

Guest essay by Mark Matta Do you perceive that we’re in a spiritual and cultural war, where life, marriage, liberty, and America’s Biblical foundation (and the liberty it gives us to practice and share our faith) are under attack? Concerned people of faith have asked the following question: “How can I become involved locally and […]

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The Resurrection of Tyranny on the 240th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence

Guest essay by Paul Warren —descendant of an American Revolution soldier “We will be governed by God or we will be governed by tyrants.” —William Penn, founder of Philadelphia Would you mind pausing for a moment of silence to lament the cancellation of the Declaration of Independence on its 240th birthday? Can we acknowledge the […]

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