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Reviewing 2013

2013 has been a very interesting year indeed for Christians.  The end of 2012 saw the “Mayan Calendar” propaganda being spread as people around the world wondered if the end was upon us, and that is a pretty tough act to follow, but 2013 had its interesting moments. We watched Rick Warren address continued challenges […]

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Common Code for the whole world

This will probably sound paranoid, but I got a strange feeling when I heard about the world’s governments, Hollywood celebs, schools, news outlets, big business and social media moguls coming together in complete lockstep (even – gasp! – Democrats and Republicans!), to promote something called Hour Of Code. It’s not the same tingling as what […]

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Mefferd and Driscoll: Plagiarism topic turns heated

This is the interview that is garnering a lot of buzz: Post by Stand Up For The Truth. Here is Fighting For The Faith’s take on this:

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Common Core strikes again.

Nine-year-olds in Illinois are getting a lesson in election racism, and the local news is reporting that its source is the district’s Common Core curriculum. Fourth graders in Dupo Illinois are reading a biography of Barack Obama that’s giving St. Clair County parents another reason to question Common Core.  Reports the Illinois Review: “The book, […]

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A darkness sweeping

Today we’re checking in with national security expert Ryan Mauro about the latest in the Middle East.  Ryan is founder of The Clarion Project.org, WorldThreats.com, and RadicalIslam.org. and an intelligence analyst with the Asymmetric Warfare and Intelligence Center. Ryan has done extensive research for the Reform Party of Syria, a group dedicated to bringing democracy to that country. In 2005, he published […]

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Godless government schools; Godless government healthcare

Today we’re interviewing Colin Gunn, a producer and director of a new film titled, “Wait Till It’s Free,” a non-partisan documentary about the current healthcare crisis. The film asks what kind of alternatives there are for families caught between expensive insurance-based coverage and the “Free” government solutions. The film explores the alternatives for individuals, churches, […]

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How to tell if you are in the throes of Transformation

You’ve perhaps heard that movie line, “You Keep Using That Word, I Do Not Think It Means What You Think It Means.” It comes from the fictional character Inigo Montoya from the 1987 comedy film The Princess Bride. Well, the term, “Spiritual Transformation” is one of those words that begs for definition. In the visible […]

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Even Bill Maher knows what the Bible says, Jim Wallis.

In a recent broadcast of the talk show Real Time on HBO, leftist political commentator and host Bill Maher and his panel of guests – including liberal “minister” Jim Wallis, editor of Sojourners Magazine and adviser to Barack Obama – debated their thoughts about the Bible, asserting that God is a “pro-slavery,” “homophobic,” “psychotic mass […]

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The president and the Muslim Brotherhood in the U.S.

Is the United States involved in overthrowing secular Muslim regimes in favor of Islamist totalitarian governments? Yesterday we shared that the Muslim Brotherhood, made up of the Sunni, is being supported by our own government. We’re going to talk about the implications of this for Christians around the world and in the United States. [powerpress] […]

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Americans Moving Closer Toward Social Liberalism

Article via The Blaze: Bad News for Social Conservatives? Annual Survey Finds Americans Moving Closer Toward Social Liberalism Americans have for the past 12 years moved closer to social liberalism and farther away from social conservatism, according to an annual survey released this month by Gallup. The Values and Beliefs survey, dated 2001 to 2013, […]

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