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Manafort Indictment Shows that Mueller is a Fraud

Guest essay by Peter Flaherty More than anything else, the indictments of Paul Manafort and his partner Rick Gates demonstrate the fraudulent nature of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. The probe has little to do with Russian interference in last year’s election. Instead, it is calculated to protect Mueller and a cabal within the FBI […]

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Celebrating 25 Years of Service

At their 2018 Board of Directors meeting, dear friends of Nordskog Publishing the Foundation for American Christian Education (FACE) celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of Thomas Slick Moorman’s service as director. FACE has served our Savior since the early-1960s as the premier propagator of the America’s providential legacy of Christian liberty to a languishing country. They […]

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13 Years After They Starved My Sister to Death, We Must Never Forget Terri Schiavo

Guest essay by Bobby Schindler Every year, I write to honor my sister, Terri Schiavo, on March 31st, the anniversary of her death. For those who do not remember, Terri, at the age of 26, experienced a still inexplicable collapse resulting in a severe brain injury. Terri’s case and condition continue to be inaccurately reported. […]

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God and Creation

When GOD solves our problems, we have faith in HIS abilities. When GOD doesn’t solve our problems, HE has faith in [uses] our abilities. One may observe God’s accuracy in the hatching of eggs… those of the Canary in 14 days; those of the Barnyard Hen in 21 days; Eggs of Ducks and Geese in […]

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House Intelligence Committee Finds No Russia Collusion’ by Trump Campaign

Guest essay by William J. Murray House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) announced in mid-March that the committee’s investigation of alleged Russian collusion with Trump and his campaign staff is over. The committee is issuing a 150-page document that shows there was no collusion or coordination between the Trump campaign and Russian operatives. The […]

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Christian Persecution in India

It is well known that India is a Hindu dominated nation—with between 80 and 90% of the population Hindu. The two largest minority religions would be Christian and Muslim-about 5% each. What is not well known to people (and Christians) around the world (and virtually never mentioned in the mainline media) is that severe persecution […]

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The Fate of Blood-Thirsty Oppressors, and GOD’s Tender Care of His Distressed People

Sermon by Jonas Clark Preached at Lexington, April 19, 1776 To commemorate the MURDER, BLOODSHED and Commencement of Hostilities, between Great-Britain and America, in that Town, by a Brigade of Troops of George III, under Command of Lieutenant-Colonel SMITH, on the Nineteenth of April, 1775. (Excerpted from the Nordskog Publishing title The Battle of Lexington) […]

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Patrick of Ireland—Part 2

Guest essay by Marshall Foster When Patrick first came to Ireland he had been brutally kidnapped and sold into slavery. He returned to Ireland not as a slave, but as a liberator. This simple event “had the most extraordinary, most far-reaching effect. It changed the face of the nation, and utterly changed the nation’s destiny. […]

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Patrick of Ireland—Part 1

Guest essay by Marshall Foster Patrick of Ireland. Every year on March 17th we celebrate his life. Countless sons have been named after him. Innumerable churches bear his name as well. Parades in his honor march through the streets of great cities. But do we really know him? The truth is, very few people do. […]

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Attempting the Impossible – for America’s Preborn, the Church, and Our Republic

Guest essay by Please Let Me Live National Life Chain God is looking for those with whom He can do the impossible. What a pity that we plan only the things that we can do by ourselves.—A.W. Tozer (deceased), revered prayer leader, pastor, theologian Mindful of our nation’s confused values and erratic politics, many in […]

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