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Michigan Pastors Oppose Amending the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act

Lansing, MI, October 17, 2014— Michigan pastors are coming together to speak out against amending the Elliott-Larson Civil Rights act to include gay or ‘gender inclusive’ language. If passed this would effectively codify homosexuality as a civil right. A growing number of pastors are signing onto the NoGayCivilRight.com pastor’s press release document which express opposition […]

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“WARNING to the Church of America because of DOMA”

The American church is about to be subjected to spiritual and cultural warfare the likes of which we have never seen and which most are not prepared for. The attacks will come from every corner of the secular world to challenge, condemn and punish us for our beliefs about homosexuality.

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National King James Bible 400th Anniversary Celebration

National King James Bible 400th Anniversary Celebration

The national celebration of the 400th Anniversary of the King James Bible is scheduled to take place May 2-3, 2011 in Washington D.C.  A historic Bible collection will be displayed on the National Mall.  Authors and historians will also be speaking May 2 on the campus of George Washington University.  In coordination with the event […]

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“Tiller Murder” a Sad Saga of Abortion in America

“Tiller Murder” a Sad Saga of Abortion in America

I am often dismayed at the lack of public outcry and denouncement of evil by common folk. Such lamenting should not be reserved for courts and media alone. While liberals scream, “Save the whales!”, they often remain strangely silent on the useless and cold-blooded murder of yet to be born children. Conservatives are often the first to shout, “Off with his head!” before a fair hearing is complete.

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American Idolatry

American Idolatry

Idolatry, in the sense of setting up a golden calf and dancing around it, is not a predominant ideal in American culture; however, the fact that an overwhelming majority of American households own and regularly watch a television (sometimes multiple), even dedicating an entire room of their home to, it seems to parallel the notion.

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Iran the Persia of the Bible

Iran the Persia of the Bible

The country of Iran is referred to throughout the pages of Scripture, not as Iran, but as Elam, Media, and Persia. It has been inhabited since near Creation with scientists dating the habitation of the land to 4000 BC. The first mention in Scripture of this country is by way of its apparent post-flood pioneer, Elam the son of Shem.

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It’s no secret

It’s no secret

I recently spent an enjoyable afternoon with a former colleague that I taught with for 3 years. As we were catching up on our lives and some of the lives of our students, he informed me that one of my former students was on a search for truth by testing all of the World’s major religions to embrace their truth. Without dismissing him entirely, let me say anyone on that quest is to be admired on an elementary level. Most people live a lifetime and never ponder the great questions of life.

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William Carey Society Links Bible Translation Projects

William Carey Society Links Bible Translation Projects

The William Carey Society, under the leadership of Dr. Phil Stringer and others, has begun a catalogue of current Bible translation projects.

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America Getting Back to Normal

America Getting Back to Normal

A great man once said that most Christians are so subnormal that when some rise to the normal, they are considered supernormal! Here is the problem we face. Worldliness, carnality, and indifference have become so much the usual condition of Christians that passion, power, and purity seem extraordinary!

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Secrets of the UN Meditation Room

Secrets of the UN Meditation Room

If the U.N. building is a temple of global identity, then the Meditation Room is a ‘Holy of Holies’ to the adherents of it’s esoteric, pantheistic neo-pagan spirituality. The room was designed by the then Secretary General of the U.N. Dag Hammerskjold, and opened in 1957 as a “meeting of light, of the sky, and the earth . . .”, “dedicated to silence, . . .and stillness . . .” , “where the doors may be open to the infinite lands of thought and prayer.” (Hammerskjold in his own words).

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