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Re-imagine Christianity, America, and Capitalism

You may have heard a saying attributed to a Marxist leader in the 1960s that goes like this: “The issue is never the issue. The issue is always the revolution.” Those behind the agenda to overthrow the governing system in America have been emboldened, and it goes back more than fifty years. For example, at […]

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How Should Christians Respond to Injustice, BLM, Lawlessness?

How should Christians respond to all that’s happening in our country today? Does the Bible have anything to say about race, social justice, theft, destruction of property, being unequally yoked with unbelievers, and endorsing things that contradict Scripture? What about the lawlessness and rioting? [See Romans 1:32] How can Bible-believing Christians approve of these things? […]

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Jesus Statues; Next Victims of Marxist Cancel Culture

I’ve said many times that practically anything goes in our country; from the liberal media and entertainment industry to public schools and universities, to social media and government to the public square. We live in an ABC culture: Anything But Christ, and evil is being called good. As Dr. Duke Pesta recently said, college students […]

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Americans Seek Answers as ‘Crisis Fatigue’ Continues

The current news cycle has been chaotic and frantic, bad news seems to be unrelenting, and many of us need a break. Debates and discussions about key issues will continue, and they’re often politicized, of course. But these conversations need to take place while many of us seek facts and truth as we try to […]

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Biblical Worldview: Racism, Chaos, Division & Redemption

Last weekend as cities in America were burned and vandalized, the Lincoln Memorial was defaced with graffiti. The national monument honors Abraham Lincoln, who resided as president during the Civil War, a bloody battle fought over slavery and the treatment of black Americans. It was at this same spot Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke to […]

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