Pastor and treasurer of a New York church steal millions from the congregation

The U.S. Attorney's office talked two New York church leaders into a plea deal after the pastor and the lead treasurer of the congregation were charged for stealing $3 million from the church and avoided paying taxes. Their elaborate scheme was set up to make it appear as if the pastor was a successful entertainment... Continue Reading →

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Survey finds legalized pot is affecting the workplace

In 2012, both Colorado and Washington legalized recreational use of marijuana. Two years later, Oregon followed suit. To find out how marijuana use may be affecting workers in those states, a survey of 900 employed marijuana users who live in those three states was done in January. I must admit, I didn't find the results... Continue Reading →

Answers News March 11, 2019

Georgia Purdom, Avery Foley, and Bodie Hodge discuss interesting news stories including a strange case of human twins who were formed after two of the father's sperm fertilized the same egg in the mother, scientists who misrepresented a finding on algae to make it seem as if they witnessed evolution when they didn't, Colorado drops... Continue Reading →

When Miracles Don’t Seem to Matter

Imagine a community terrorized by a violent, out-of-control individual. Their efforts to legally and physically put him away fail year-after-year. Then someone comes along from outside their community to give them the help they need in a way they never thought possible. But the resolution to their problem, although it brings peace to everyone involved... Continue Reading →

A critique of “hate crimes”, “hate speech”, contradictions of “transgenderism”, and more

As we continue to proceed through these endtimes, we can see how critical thinking, scientific truth, Biblical truth, and objective truth are all being pushed aside for the sake of deceptions, feelings, and doing what people think is right in their own eyes. Christian apologist Frank Turek was recently asked to discuss some major topics... Continue Reading →

Iowa legislators craft bill to preserve religious rights

Iowa state lawmakers have advanced their Religious Freedom Restoration bill to protect the rights of people exercising their faith in various forums, including in their business models. The bill was sparked in response to moves around the U.S. that targeted Christian business owners, schools, and city councils to silence expressions or applications of sincerely held... Continue Reading →

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