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State of Georgia reaches settlement with doctor fired for his sermons

Dr. Eric Walsh, the physician hired by the state of Georgia as a director for its Department of Public Health but then fired over his Christian views, has reached a $225,000 settlement with the state. He filed a lawsuit after his dismissal and during the process of that lawsuit, the state asked for all copies of every… Continue reading State of Georgia reaches settlement with doctor fired for his sermons

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The “Jesus was a refugee” argument is irrelevant

Race baiter Al Sharpton and his ego were in the news once again this week when he tweeted, “Before you head to church today, remember to thank God for his son, Jesus a refugee who fled to Egypt” to criticize President Trump’s call for preventing people from entering the US from seven Muslim nations until… Continue reading The “Jesus was a refugee” argument is irrelevant

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Australian church is stripped of its charitable status over its politics

A well-known charismatic pastor in Australia, Danny Nalliah, who is originally from Sri Lanka, has had his church’s charitable status revoked in light of his outspoken political dealings in the last several years. The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission took issue with Catch the Fire Ministries when Nalliah asked his congregants to make political donations… Continue reading Australian church is stripped of its charitable status over its politics

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NAACP hates Senator Sessions for telling truth about their origins

The NAACP is calling on Democrats to join them in an all-out war to stop US Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) from being the next US Attorney General, as selected by President-elect Donald Trump. Even though the senator fought to desegregate Alabama as a US attorney and also got the death penalty for a KKK member… Continue reading NAACP hates Senator Sessions for telling truth about their origins

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Questioning the salvation of “Christians” favoring abortion, assisted suicide, and euthanasia

A couple of weeks ago, as many believers who try to stay informed know, LifeWay Research released the results of a study they did on physician assisted suicide. What they found out was very disturbing to me. A substantial number of Christians felt physician assisted suicide was an acceptable practice for ending one’s life. When… Continue reading Questioning the salvation of “Christians” favoring abortion, assisted suicide, and euthanasia

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Christian filmmakers sue Minnesota over law forcing them to film same-sex ‘weddings’

A husband-and-wife duo who started their own filmmaking company in St. Cloud, Minnesota, have filed a lawsuit against Minnesota’s attorney general and commissioner of human rights stating that their constitutional rights are being violated. The human rights commission enforces a state act that demands all businesses who do weddings to provide services for same-sex “weddings.”… Continue reading Christian filmmakers sue Minnesota over law forcing them to film same-sex ‘weddings’

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When God dethrones the throne of iniquity

God may allow governments to be in power to punish the wicked and protect its citizens (Romans 13). But he also reserves the right to overthrow them should they repeatedly refuse his wishes and he allows people the free will to choose their leaders (1 Samuel 8). Although many around the world have claimed they… Continue reading When God dethrones the throne of iniquity