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is intelligent design religion or science?

That's the question that Casey Luskin tackled on the "Evolution News and Views" blog earlier today. The daughter of a friend of his was preparing to do a presentation to show how Intelligent Design (ID) is science and she needed some resources to help prove her point. Here's part of his reply: "...We know ID… Continue reading is intelligent design religion or science?

Bible · Christianity · church · End times · government · religion

U.S. no longer largest printer of Bibles

Sometimes the truth is indeed stranger than fiction. The United States has been surpassed by China as the world's largest printer of Bibles. This includes all versions in several different languages. Who woulda thunk it? Only one printing company is allowed to print them--the Amity Printing Company in Nanjing. Bibles are printed there in 90… Continue reading U.S. no longer largest printer of Bibles

economics · government · politics

An Obama supporter’s company will lay off workers due to Obamacare

Well, here's a bit of irony for you. The Stryker Corporation, a medical device manufacturer, has looked at its bottom line and discovered that the costs they will incur because of the Affordable Care Act will be too much to bear financially for its present workforce. They announced this week that they will have to… Continue reading An Obama supporter’s company will lay off workers due to Obamacare

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You’ve overcome the wicked one, pt. 2

As I stated in my previous post, when we confess and believe in the Lord Jesus, it automatically makes us overcomers. Jesus conquered all of our enemies on our behalf by his blood and all we have to do is walk in that victory by obeying his commandments with the power of the Holy Spirit… Continue reading You’ve overcome the wicked one, pt. 2

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You’ve overcome the wicked one, pt. 1

There may be times when you don't feel like an overcomer, but if you have genuinely surrendered your life to the Lord Jesus Christ, you can be sure that victory is yours even when the victory has not manifested itself yet. Jesus was kind enough to give us specific signs in Revelation 2-3 with which… Continue reading You’ve overcome the wicked one, pt. 1

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Many Christians are asking the “what just happened?” question after last night’s election results. Joel Rosenberg has presented some timely questions & commentary on where America goes from here.

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UPDATED AT 6PM EASTERN:Waking up the day after the 2012 elections, I had many questions on my mind. But none so pressing as this: Is the implosion of America more or less likely now?

I’ll share my thoughts on that in a moment.

First things first: Many Americans are stunned by President Obama’s reelection. Most prominent conservative analysts and pundits had definitively predicted Romney would win decisively. Several even predicted a landslide for Romney (most notably Dick Morris and George Will and Michael Barone.) Yet in the end, Mr. Obama won 50.3% of the popular vote and 303 electoral votes, while Mr. Romney won 48.1% of the popular vote and only 206 electoral votes.

Many evangelical Christians and conservative Catholics are stunned and grieving by the fact that the President’s support for abortion on demand, same-sex marriage, massive deficits and national debt, nationalized health care, and large defense cuts have been ratified by the majority of the American people, as has his policies of appeasing…

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abortion · economics · End times · family · government · human rights · law · life · politics

UK’s socialized healthcare failures should be a lesson to the U.S.

Great Britain has for years boasted of the successes of its socialized healthcare system, but cracks are becoming obvious in their government-controlled system. Not only has it been a contributing factor to their recent recession, but how they treat the elderly is coming under scrutiny. One of the main reasons stated for implementing the system… Continue reading UK’s socialized healthcare failures should be a lesson to the U.S.

Christianity · encouragement · faith · God · hardships · life · religion

two unchanging things upholding God’s promises to us

It should be no secret to any of us who have confessed and believed in the Lord Jesus that we are given many precious and powerful promises from the Father. All of those promises have been stamped "Yes!" and "Amen!" for us in the Lord Jesus Christ [2 Corinthians 1:20]. When God first made the… Continue reading two unchanging things upholding God’s promises to us

Bible · Christianity · End times · God · government · human rights · law · U.S. Constitution

God or government: court case on privacy, property rights

A bit of huge privacy news happened a couple of days ago that was overshadowed by all the coverage of the freak storm Sandy. U.S. District Judge William Griesbach handed down a decision in favor of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) that allows police agencies to go on private property without a warrant to secretly… Continue reading God or government: court case on privacy, property rights