Category: Religion & Faith

December 24, 2012

Christmas Thoughts, 2012

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 24 Dec 2012

By Dr. Mark W. Hendrickson

The gentle spirit of Christmas brings a sense of fresh promise and renewal every year. The remembrances and commemorations of the birth of an innocent baby have a softening effect. Christmas provides a respite, even …

December 22, 2012

The Time of Giving and the Giving of Time

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 22 Dec 2012

By Dr. Gary L. Welton

Christ is quoted, “It is more blessed to give than to receive.” Therein is one of life’s toughest lessons. How do we teach our children the habit of giving?

We know that social modeling is …

December 21, 2012

Testimonies of Heaven

Filed under: In The News,Religion & Faith - 21 Dec 2012

Earlier this year I went to the WPXI television studio in Pittsburgh to tape an interview. The technician who escorted me inquired, “What are you here to discuss today?” When I replied, “heaven,” he asked, “Have they found it?” As …

Sandy Hook Massacre: At Issue—Evil, the Human Condition, and Free Moral Agency

The mind-numbing horror of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Connecticut has the evolutionary-minded progressive liberal chattering class discussing whether or not this horrific evil was caused by psychosis or another type of mental illness. While most of …

December 19, 2012

A prayer for Sandy Hook

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 19 Dec 2012

In light of today’s horrific developments in Newtown, Conn. – developments so sorrowful that no words will do – I felt it only appropriate to pull my regular column for this week. I offer, instead, the only words I …

December 10, 2012

Will the Mayan Calendar Wreck Your Christmas?

Filed under: In The News,Religion & Faith - 10 Dec 2012

Using tongue-in-cheek for a title may lead you to believe that we are going to have a little fun with a very serious matter. It could be, if the Mayan calendar were something we should all be taking seriously – …

December 8, 2012

Starve The Beast

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 08 Dec 2012

Washington politicians are fighting budget battles.

President Obama proposes $1.6 trillion in savings. An average $160 billion a year for the next decade. Congress counter-offers with $2.2 trillion or $220 billion a year.

December 6, 2012

Another Victory for the Anti-Christian Grinches

The Salvation Army has long been a holy-day season fixture in front of my local supermarket, providing some Christmas sounds and cheer as it raises money to serve the poor. But when I went grocery shopping a couple of days …

December 3, 2012

Evangelicals Flying Blind

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 03 Dec 2012

Prominent on the list of things we didn’t know we needed is the new code of ethics for preachers released this year by the National Association of Evangelicals. It appears evangelical pastors have been flying blind, without any sort of …

December 1, 2012

Reverend Rubio? The Media Begins Its Attack on Marco Rubio

In a recent interview, Senator Marco Rubio, effectively the Republican front-runner for 2016, was asked, “How old do you think the Earth is?”

It’s a question of utter irrelevance to the country’s status and whether Marco Rubio would be a …

November 24, 2012

An Angry Black Man

Returning home after two months on the road touring the country singing, speaking, writing and campaigning to defeat Obama, I felt similar to a heartbroken soldier after losing a war. I trust God, but in all candor, I felt emotionally …

November 20, 2012

Lame Black Christian Cop-Out

A black Christian Obama voter called me after the election. For years, I have informed him of Obama’s attacks on Christianity and anti-Christian agenda. He praised Romney for saying in his concession speech that we need to pray for our …

November 13, 2012

God will not be mocked

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 13 Nov 2012

America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves. ~ Abraham Lincoln

America has forsaken her first love. She has finally, and fully, given herself over to a …

November 12, 2012

Obama Triumphs – The Worst is Yet to Come

Filed under: Elections & Voting,Religion & Faith - 12 Nov 2012

The day after the general elections the New Orleans Times Picayune ran the headline, “Obama Triumphs – ‘The Best is yet to Come.’” The sinking feeling in this writers heart had no place to go, it was already at rock …

November 9, 2012

The Joy of the Lord is My Strength

As predicted numerous times in the History of the Future, the Progressive Republican could not defeat the Progressive Democrat. Why would people want a shadow when they can have the real thing?

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