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How safe do you feel?

Would you rather be safe, or sound? You may someday need to make that choice. We know that things are heating up in the Middle East in places like Syria and Egypt. But with increasing headlines about the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood, and now a report of that organization being a presence in the White House, […]

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Syria, Russia, Israel and America: Next moves?

Did you know that last week a poll showed most Americans were 12 times more interested in Miley Cyrus than Syria?  Well, many are starting to wake up to the fact that we are in perilous times with the dire situation in the Middle East. Even USA Today is reporting: “Some see biblical visions of […]

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Syria and Prophecy

It appears that there may well be a Western intervention in Syria after chemical weapons attacks there killed hundreds of people. Will the United states conduct military attacks? Should it? And how does Syria fit in with unfulfilled biblical prophecy?  We’re going to explore that along with several other news stories today and your reactions. […]

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Doctrine or Love? The false choice

More and more, the re-emerging Emergent movement is de-emphasizing knowing God’s Word. It began more than a decade ago when the Post-Modern era began questioning absolute truth and the inerrancy of Scripture, in favor of experience and the idea that Jesus is just about love and didn’t care much for truth – which by the […]

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Finding God in the details

On this day after the Superbowl, a lot of armchair quarterbacks are weighing in on the game. An interesting survey last week reveals that a lot of the fans believe that God controlled the outcome of the Superbowl game. If that’s true, did He approve of the half-time show and the ads? Many Christians wonder […]

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As the world turns…

Today we’re diving into the news and the mailbag to get your response to some interesting events and happenings in the world. Which ones should Christians pay attention to, and which ones should we simply mark up as yet another headline that, while nice to know, doesn’t affect our mission to go into the world […]

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Middle East Crisis Mushrooms

The following is a recap of the most current happenings in the Middle East, by David Dolan, a guest on Stand Up For The Truth, Jerusalem-based author and journalist who has lived and worked in Israel since 1980. While the embattled Assad regime in Syria continued to lose ground in August to rebel forces as […]

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Discerning the words we use

As Christ followers, we know we have an enemy who is on the prowl looking to deceive and devour God’s people. He does this through persecution and lies that play on our own selfish desires. All you have to do is look at the news headlines to see that the chess pieces are moving: Christians […]

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Syria: Thousands of Christians run for their lives

Over at WND.com, some eye-opening news: Some military analysts and human rights groups say that the Syrian civil war may soon be over – but that reassurance isn’t enough to prevent the country’s Christians from fleeing from the violence. Dutch journalist and human rights analyst Martin Janssen reports from Jordan that Christians are fleeing Syria […]

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Israel, Islam and America: Cutting through the soundbites

Today a host of news coming from the Middle East about the Arab Spring status and the possibility of nuclear weapons in Iran, Here at home this week, Resolution 16/18 (See “Criticism of Islam Could Soon be a Crime in America”), will be discussed in Washington, D.C. The measure has already been approved by the […]

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