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Net “Neutrality” Vote This Thursday

by John Rabe Politicians are legendary for not saying what they mean. They use euphemisms to obscure the truth, which is how “right to work” means anything but, and oppressive government redistribution becomes “shared sacrifice” and “income equality.” The latest … Continue reading

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Roy Moore, A Man for All Seasons

In my career as a TV producer for D. James Kennedy Ministries, I’ve had the privilege of interviewing all sorts of movers and shakers within modern Christendom. I’ve seen them on camera and off camera. One leading example of such … Continue reading

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The Campaign of Repentance

I was stirred by the one word in the Collect: “Grant, O Lord, that we may begin with holy fasting this campaign [my emphasis] of Christian service, so that, we take up battle against spiritual evils, and we may be … Continue reading

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Faithful Unto Death

The AP reports (2/15/15) that 21 Coptic Christians were beheaded in Libya the other day. They were faithful unto death. Their murderers were Islamic State (IS) members, in affiliation with the main body of IS, which is in Syria and … Continue reading

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No Religion is an Island: Thoughts on our Present Situation

A prophet is one whose vision transcends time. Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel is one of those. I read Heschel this morning. In his essay, “No Religion is an Island,” Rabbi Heschel wrote about the cobeligerance of Biblical religion in the … Continue reading

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Cyber Pilgrimages for Spiritual Growth

Older generations journeyed on pilgrimages to sites that nourished spiritual life. Today, I am thankful that the while the means of growth in grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ remain unchanged and unchanging—Word, Sacrament, and Prayer—the expression (and resources) of … Continue reading

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Osama bin Laden, Meet Mother Teresa

Osama bin Laden, meet Mother Teresa. Salvation Army, meet the Taliban. After all, you’re just different sides of the same coin anyway, or so says President Obama essentially. Last week, Obama famously used the National Prayer Breakfast to scold Christians … Continue reading

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President Obama’s Bankrupt Liberalism

In his speech at the Presidential Prayer Breakfast on February 5th, President Obama made some telling comments. After appropriately chastising ISIS as “a brutal, vicious death cult that, in the name of religion, carries out unspeakable acts of barbarism,” Mr. … Continue reading

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“Woe to those who call evil good…”

For weeks, Americans have been calling for President Obama to admit that acts of Islamic terrorism are, in fact, Islamic. He has steadfastly refused to do so despite overwhelming evidence. Indeed, he has minimized—or outright denied—the threat posed by militant … Continue reading

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To Tell You the Truth

A great quote attributed to George Orwell, author of 1984, is, “During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.” In poring over the news of late, it’s amazing how much untruth there is, mixed with partial … Continue reading

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