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Choose Carefully in 2016—Freedom or Tyranny

Guest essay by Marshall Foster Ronald Reagan’s timeless analysis given decades ago is more relevant today than ever before. He said, “This is the issue of this election: whether we believe in our capacity for self-government or whether we abandon the American Revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far-distant capitol can […]

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The Next Supreme Court Justice

Guest essay by Scott Pruitt When Justice Antonin Scalia passed away this February, talk turned almost immediately to who would replace him—although in a large sense he is irreplaceable. Even those who disagreed with Justice Scalia acknowledge his profound impact. His scholarship and judicial opinions, through brilliance and wit, transformed how we think about the […]

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Westminster Abbey to be Lit Red to Highlight Christian Persecution

Guest essay by Peter Hammond Westminster Abbey and Westminster Cathedral will both be back-lit red in November to raise awareness for Christian persecution around the world. Lord Alton, an advocate of the effort, wrote: “In November, Westminster Cathedral and Westminster Abbey are to be floodlit in red to commemorate the persecuted. If every parish in […]

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Nations Reacting to Violent Islam

Note: Aggressive and violent Islam and Sharia Law are spurring reaction around the world. Christians must be wise as serpents (protect themselves) and be innocent as doves (do no injustice to neighbors).  We must exercise great wisdom in order to defend society against injustice, yet not to become like those we oppose. –ed. Cuba rejects […]

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What is a Caliphate?

Guest essay by Peter Hammond Boko Haram has declared North Eastern Nigeria an Islamic Caliphate. ISIS has declared a Caliphate over Northern Syria and Iraq. So what is a Caliphate? Dictatorship A Caliph is “the commander of the believers.” A Caliphate is an Islamic state led by a supreme religious and political leader known as […]

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September 11—Muslim attacks at Malta, Vienna, Zenta, and WTC

Guest essay by Bill Federer In 1565, Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent dominated the Mediterranean, with intentions of not only invading Sicily, Sardinia, Majorca, and southern Spain, but Rome itself. The only thing standing in his way was the small rocky Island of Malta just south of Sicily, defended by the Knights of Malta. In March […]

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Islamic Terrorism

Guest Essay by Randall Terry Now that the conventions are over, the different futures we face as a nation could not be starker. If Hillary wins, we may never recover as a nation. The Supreme Court will be the “rubber stamp” of every conceivable evil; child killing will be entrenched; “same sex marriage” will not […]

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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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