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How Many Attacks Must We Endure before the Islamic Link is Recognized?

Guest essay by Jerry Newcombe Liberalism is putting our lives at risk. Liberalism will not recognize the link between Islam and the recent spates of attacks the West is enduring—including the shooting in the Fort Lauderdale airport baggage claim, the truck-driving attack on Christmas shoppers in Berlin, or the Ohio State student who drove his […]

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Tyranny, like Hell, is not easily Conquered

Guest essay by Bill Federer “Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph” —”The American Crisis,” December, 1776. “The American Crisis” was written anonymously by Thomas Paine, an aide-de-camp to American General Nathanael Greene. It was immediately published in […]

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Joy to the World!

Guest essay by Marshall Foster This Christmas season, an astonishing number of people worldwide are singing “Joy to the World, the Lord has come, let earth receive her King.” Yet, most of them do not know that they are announcing the hottest news story of the 21st Century! It’s the story of the Good News […]

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From St. Nicholas to Santa Claus

Guest essay by Jerry Newcombe I recently asked my three-year old granddaughter—a major joy in my life—whose birthday we celebrate at Christmas time. “Uh,” she responded, “Santa Claus?” D’oh! Some people think Santa Claus is upstaging Jesus. I remember a controversial cover of Christianity Today long ago, showing Santa Claus crucified on a cross, hung […]

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Reclaiming Christmas

Guest essay by Terry Paulson John Gibson, in “The War on Christmas,” writes, “In the United States of America, a nation overwhelmingly Christian, literally any sign of Christmas in public can now lead to complaints, litigation, angry protests, threats, and bruised feelings. … Secular liberals say they’re just protecting the constitutional rights of non-Christians who […]

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It Feels like Christmas Coming

And so they hacked at the brambles and saplings that had overgrown the woodsy path. Sir Michael’s sword was fearsome looking and it made Clara feel safe. She was very glad they were not alone on this return journey. Picking up Snowy, she began to stroke her furry whiteness and to chit chat. The cat […]

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