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The Culture of Death

The value that a society places on life determines the value of that society. For over 46 years, to the shame of our nation, the culture of death has been allowed to reign. The most innocent, those deserving of our greatest protection, have been allowed to be brutally slaughtered in the name of “a woman’s […]

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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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Gifts and Giving

Timing Christmas is the season of giving. Why do we give and receive gifts at Christmas time? After all, it’s not our birthday! Why do some exchange their gifts on Christmas Eve, while others do so on Christmas Day? A Biblical day began at sunset. God’s day begins in darkness and ends in light. Today, […]

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Martyrs Prayer

Guest essay by Peter Hammond THE MARTYRS PRAYER “When He opened the fifth seal, I saw under the altar the souls of those who had been slain for the Word of God and for the testimony which they held. And they cried with a loud voice, saying, ‘How long, O Lord, holy and true, until […]

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Should Christians Support President Trump?

Guest essay by Randall A. Terry How Can We, Given his “Personal Behavior,” his “Arrogant Quarrels,” And his “Belligerent Tweets?” Christians of every denomination are discussing, sometimes debating—quite heatedly—whether we should support and defend President Trump, or work for his defeat or impeachment. A recent Quinnipiac poll found 24% of Evangelicals, 41 % of Protestants, […]

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Pilgrim New England: Beginnings of American Self-Government

Guest essay by Bill Federer  SEPTEMBER 16, 1620, according to the Gregorian Calendar, 102 passengers set sail on the Pilgrims’ ship, Mayflower, with the blessings of their separatist pastor, John Robinson.  Their 66-day journey of 2,750 miles encountered storms so rough the beam supporting the main mast beam cracked and was propped back in place […]

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Honoring Our Veterans

Guest essay by Kathy Branzell Praise be to the LORD my Rock, who trains my hands for war, my fingers for battle. He is my loving God and my fortress, my stronghold and my deliverer, my shield, in whom I take refuge, who subdues peoples under me (Psalm 144:1-2). On behalf of the entire National […]

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Power Concentrating: Warnings of Federal Deep-State Despotism

Guest essay by Bill Federer  Yale President Ezra Stiles stated in 1783:  Most states of all ages … have been founded in rapacity, usurpation and injustice…. The Nimrods … (were) the first invading tyrants of the ancient ages … The spirit of conquest had changed the first governments … All succeeding ones have in general proved one […]

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Contrition

Guest essay by R. J. Rushdoony  Contrition is not a word we hear much today. In fact, it has an old-fashioned ring to it, and some people are vague as to its meaning. The word contrition means being penitent for our sins. The root of the word comes from the Latin and old French, from […]

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