Author Archive | Jerry Newcombe

Alternative Anthem and Jesus

America is undergoing its cultural revolution right now, obliterating as much of the past as possible. We saw over the weekend, “social justice warriors” in Rochester, NY, tearing down a statue of Frederick Douglas—even though he was an ardent abolitionist.  And some in the cancel culture even want to tear down statues of Jesus. CBNNews.com noted last month […]

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Freedom Versus Tyranny on Display

Dr. Richard Land once called our country, “the divided states of America.” How apt — especially when we survey the various responses to the coronavirus. They are lessons in liberty and lessons in tyranny. To paraphrase what a friend of mine wrote me recently, “We have 50 real-world government examples of liberty or tyranny — […]

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And Then There Were None

In 2008, Abby Johnson, the manager of the Bryan, Texas (100 miles from Houston) Planned Parenthood, became that organization’s Employee of the Year. By 2009, she quit for conscience’ sake. Why? That year, for the first time, she saw an ultrasound of an abortion of a 13-week old unborn child in her own clinic. This […]

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A Tale of Two Revolutions

Guest essay by Jerry Newcombe  Could a contrast between the American Revolution and the French Revolution be relevant to today’s conflicts? I think so. The attempt to demote historic icons, like George Washington, is a case in point.  George Washington grew up as a gentleman farmer in Virginia and was a fourth generation slave-owner. But […]

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Happiness: The Christians’ Vindication?

Guest essay by Jerry Newcombe Many in our society seem to do everything they can to squelch Christianity, as the following examples illustrate: A retired Lutheran minister might get expelled from his retirement home. Why? For having Bible studies there. A chaplain was facing punishment for not facilitating a lesbian couple’s “marriage” retreat, because it […]

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