Is belief in God and the biblical worldview nearing extinction in America? According to a new and not exactly shocking study from the Cultural Research Center (CRC) at Arizona Christian University, the answer is yes. Though there is still a remnant of true, mature, Bible-believing Christians is strong and doctrinally sound, the numbers don’t look […]
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Attacks on the Authoritative, Inerrant Word of God – Sermon Transcript
[The following is a rough transcript of 8/21/22 sermon by David Fiorazo] I’ve been seeking a better understanding of apostasy over the last century or so and I’m learning a lot! When I showed my pastor an image depicting the compromise and falling away of the American church from the Word of God, he confirmed […]
Gallup: American’s Belief in God Dips to Historic Low
1944. That was the first year Gallup asked Americans the question about faith in God. Those were times when a majority of people trusted the God of the Bible. From 1953 to 1967 for example, 98 percent of U.S. adults believed in God. Fast forward to 2022 when only 81 percent of Americans say they […]
National Day of Diversity, Inclusion, Meditation and Benign Prayer?
The National Day of Prayer is coming up in a few weeks, and a school board is apologizing because the true God was referred to and the name of Jesus was mentioned. Also, Joe Biden hosted the Easter Bunny at the White House, had an egg hunt, and ignored Christians by refusing to acknowledge God. […]