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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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Terror in Ohio: How Does a Muslim “Self-Radicalize”?

Guest essay by Randall A. Terry The path to “self-radicalization” by “lone wolves” can be explained and understood if one studies the material that men like Ohio State Muslim terrorist Abdul Razak Ali Artan are reading. Studies have shown – and often the testimony of lone wolves confirms – that they read three main genres […]

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Election 2016: A Clear Distinction

Guest essay by Jeff Coors This presidential election is critical. The next President of the United States could appoint at least three Justices to the Supreme Court of the United States—setting a course for America for the next 30 to 40 years. The fate of the unborn, our religious freedoms, and our nation’s support for […]

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