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Pilgrim Fathers

The second harvest gathered since they crossed Atlantic waters,A feast of thankfulness was set by grateful Pilgrim Fathers:So great the providence of God, so blest with fruit their labors,So sweet the bond among their band, such peace with Indian neighbors. But most among the feasting crowd could count harsh years of toil.Of wand’ring for their […]

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A City on a Hill

In eight years, America will celebrate a major milestone—the 400th anniversary of Boston. I passed through Boston’s airport in 2021 and noticed that they seem to be gearing up for this milestone with lots of signs and images celebrating major events in Boston’s history. Alas, they grossly underplayed the role of the Puritans in this […]

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The Fear of God

“And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. But rather fear Him who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.” — Matthew 10:28When something is repeated in Scripture it emphasises its importance. Loving God, His Name, His Law and His Word is mentioned 88 times in […]

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Let’s Pretend Elections

The following “theories” have been proven true.  For documentation, please watch “Moment of Truth” at FrankSpeech.com,  or as much as you can, and tell a friend!  Unless our elections are cyber-free American government is lost. There will always be only one Global Government— The Kingdom of God.  All other attempts have, or will fail.  Many […]

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Godly Zeal vs. Fanaticism

“For the grace of God that brings Salvation has appeared to all men, teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously and godly in the present age, looking for the blessed hope and glorious appearing of our great God and Saviour Jesus Christ, Who gave Himself for us, that He […]

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The French Revolution

14 July is celebrated in France as Bastille Day. It commemorates the storming of the Bastille and the launch of The French Revolution. A Time of Turmoil The French Revolution was one of the most influential events of modern history. The ten-year period from 1789 to 1799 when France went from a Monarchy to a Republic, […]

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Biblical Hermeneutics

[Ed. note: this is our seventh installment in the Bell Ringer of excerpts from the important Nordskog Publishing title Rebuilding Civilization in the Bible: Proclaiming the Truth on 24 Controversial Issues.  Though necessarily theological and somewhat technical, we urge our readers to take the time to read through. Few issues in our time are more […]

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The Role of Government—to Protect, not to Divide

Government Control Whenever Government interferes with or extends control over private enterprise or the Free Market System, four things will happen: Productivity will go down.Prices will go up.The quality of products and services will decrease.The availability of products and services will decrease. In short, the customer will get less, but it will cost him more. […]

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The Pelagian Controversy

[Ed. note: this is our six installment in the Bell Ringer of excerpts from the importantNordskog Publishing title Rebuilding Civilization in the Bible: Proclaiming the Truth on24 Controversial Issues.] TOPIC 6DOCUMENT 6 The Pelagian ControversyIntroductory Commentsby Dr. Eugene Calvin Clingman Can a person come to God on his own, without the special intervention of the […]

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Win Against ‘Smart Growth’

I’ve told you many times about the dangers of Smart Growth, a major part of Agenda 21used in almost every city in the nation to control local development under the battle cryof SUSTAINABLE.  And I’ve warned you about non-elected regional councils that can include up to 10–15counties – all forced to impose the same one-size-fit-all policies, […]

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So Much for the Rule of Law

These days it seems that Saul Alinsky has taken over the Democrat Party. This is no longer the party of JFK—not even close. JFK said in his Inaugural Address, “the rights of man come not from the generosity of the state but from the hand of God.”  There is no God, says Saul Alinsky (1909-1972), […]

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A Plea for Action on Life

An open letter from our publisher Gerald Christian and Gail Grace Nordskog Dear American patriots and all the world, from California While, we toot-talk and maneuver in all kinds of ways, we need results!!!  Temporary restraining orders against murdering babies in the womb would at least give us time to regroup and organize for a […]

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An Open Letter to Disney

Hello CEO Chapek,  My wife and I got became engaged to marry at Disneyland in front of the castle in 1991,  and we’re shareholders.  I’ve loved Disney as long as I can recall (and I’m 64 years young)!   Are you aware that Disney’s major customer demographic is the traditional family?  Over the years, we […]

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