Churches and Immigration
- By Jim Brooks
It is a mystery that “Christian” Churches can advocate bringing practicing Muslims to the United States in great numbers. It is true Christian churches can not dictate immigration policy to secular governments but Christian Churches should be influenced by Biblical teachings of the identity of the many anti-Christ’s. Jesus said Christians should be as wise as serpents but gentle as a dove. Genteel doves shouldn’t invite hawks in for genteel dialogue – even if their genteel life-style is the best, because hungry hawks advocate eating doves.
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Evangelist Alveda King: How the 'Grinchy' Press Attacks Christmas
- By Alveda King
The Washington Post and other media's attacks on First Lady Melania Trump, the White House decorations, her attire and the events are just very hurtful.
I don't understand how that hateful spirit is free to operate, right in the midst of this season, where we should be healing, loving, forgiving, and, for me, celebrating Jesus Christ as an expression of faith.
Yes, we still have religious freedom thanks to President Trump's leadership. And we joyfully say Merry Christmas again. Yet the attacks on First Lady Trump remain ugly and unmerited. Friends, America is much better than that. To attack a First Lady at all, it's just wrong.
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An Abundance of Grace
- By Erick Erickson
Two weeks ago, two prominent evangelical supporters of President Donald Trump, Eric Metaxas and Franklin Graham, had a discussion about the election, the current political situation and opposition to the president.
"It's a very bizarre situation to be living in a country where some people seem to exist to undermine the president of the United States. It's just a bizarre time for most Americans," said author and radio show host Eric Metaxas.
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Thanksgiving is the Only Christian Holiday Not Stolen
- By Gary McCullough, director of Christian Newswire
Throughout history there exists an ongoing battle over what cultures celebrate and why. In recent American history the battle lines are often described as pro and anti-Christian.
America once was content in allowing civil authorities to select and define its holidays. With the increasing influence of groups which use the courts to challenge any commingling of religion and the function of government, the definition of the some of the nation's holidays have become a war zone.
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Is Today's Culture War About Legacy or Lunacy?
- By Alveda King
The current impeachment lies, Democrat Debates, Chick-fil-A attacks, and DOJ/Comcast misalignment are all examples of indicative symptoms of a very serious problem: Culture War.
In light of the very recent Democrat Party presidential debates, America should pause, stop, and examine our moral state.
If the Democratic Party has anything to do with it, our current president will be impeached under false pretense, and our next president will endorse and embrace homosexual marriage, abortion on demand, higher taxes to support an agenda of death and lunacy. This should not be.
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Five Critical Mistakes
- By Dave Workman
You’ve heard this before: Your rights are one election away from being lost forever, and the election in question could actually be just over 10 months away, in the first week of November 2020.
For the past half-year, we’ve been listening to candidates running to unseat Donald Trump, each trying to out-gun-control one another with some of the most outrageous, anti-rights rhetoric in the history of the gun prohibition movement. To hear this crowd, one might presume they all slept through high school civics where the Bill of Rights was discussed.
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Ten At the Top Addresses Teacher Shortage Problem In SC
- By Johnnelle Raines, Board Member USPIE
On November 4th 2019 from 2pm till 4pm at the Executive Center in Greenville, SC, I attended the Ten At The Top ( TATT) UPSTATE EDUCATION SPECTRUM FALL FORUM.
Executive Director of TATT Dean Hybl welcomed the attendees to the forum and explained the meeting objectives were to, “Develop a shared knowledge of the work-to-date that has focused on aspects of teacher shortage, and Unveil a regional teaching brand as well as evaluate opportunities for k12, higher ed, and business to utilize it.”
The following are my opinions on this meeting.
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