Majority See Lockdowns as Opportunity for Self-Improvement

A recent survey of 2,000 people in England found that 60% of them see the shelter-in-place orders as the perfect opportunity to improve themselves. Despite all the fear and panic displayed in news headlines, most people (80%) say they are focusing on the positives that can come from the coronavirus lockdowns, 66% want to achieve... Continue Reading →

Another Scientific and Biblical Review of the Impossibility of Evolution

Recently, a science teacher in the state of New York found himself at the receiving end of a complaint by the atheist group Freedom From Religion Foundation. Why? He had the audacity to question the validity of evolution, a pet doctrine of atheists. Although the theory has never genuinely been proven, the atheists would rather... Continue Reading →

70% of Millennials Would Vote for Socialism; 33% Think Favorably of Communism

The late philosopher George Santayana once said, "Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it." That seems to be the direction the US may be going in if the young people in America and educators who brainwash them don't get their heads on straight. A survey of 2,100 teens and twenty-somethings in... Continue Reading →

Satanic Temple Wants To Sue Over Being Blocked On Public School Computers

The Satanists of the Satanic Temple want public school kids to have access to their website on school devices, but their website is censored by Lightspeed Systems, an Internet filtering company whose services are used in 6,500 U.S. school districts. As of now, the Satanists can't sue because they have no legal standing since they... Continue Reading →

Christian expelled from university for “homophobia” wins UK court case

He was a teacher in his native African nation of Cameroon, but when a new Christianophobic regime was forcing itself into power, Felix Ngole feared for his life and fled to Great Britain in 2003 and eventually decided to become a social worker. Ngole enrolled at the University of Sheffield in 2014 and was on... Continue Reading →

Bible literacy electives for public schools gains momentum

While some public school officials in certain areas of the U.S. are determined to push Islam on public school kids as part of a required curriculum, there are legislators and school officials who see the benefits of offering elective courses discussing the Bible as part of non-compulsory classes. With the help of attorneys, they have... Continue Reading →

University of Central Oklahoma reverses cancellation of Ken Ham’s talk

The University of Central Oklahoma, after initially caving to LGBT pressure to cancel a lecture from Ken Ham, has reversed the cancellation. Ken Ham and Dr. Georgia Purdom from Answers in Genesis will now be allowed to speak at the university on the science and scientific methods of creationists. Furthermore, in the run up to... Continue Reading →

Prayers for Blake Smith

Blake Smith, the son of an online friend of mine, went missing on Saturday, February 3, after leaving work in Knoxville, Tennessee. Can you please pray for him, his family, and the police who are searching for him? Thanks. See more details at the links below. https://patch.com/alabama/trussville/trussville-man-reported-missing-knoxville http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2018/02/young_alabama_college_student.html

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