Standing for Truth and Defending Your Freedom
Standing for Truth and Defending Your Freedom

Does Science Disprove God?

by Jerry Newcombe, D.Min.
Does science disprove God, as some people like to imply? Do science and religion conflict, as many Americans believe according to a new study? No. In fact, ultimately Christians invented science because the early scientists were "thinking God's thoughts after Him," to borrow a phrase from Kepler.

Statism as Seen in the Welfare State

by Dr. D. James Kennedy
How socialism and the welfare state manage to degenerate societies and demoralize the people living in them.

Runaway Government and the Christian

by Frank Wright, Ph.D.
The government cannot continue to expand without seriously crippling this nation.

Is Religion Box Office Poison?

by Jerry Newcombe, D.Min.
An active church in Georgia continues to disprove the myth that religion (or Christianity) is box office poison. An explicitly Christian movie "War Room" continues to do well in movie theaters, two months after its release.

Threats to Freedom in “the Land of the Free”

by Jerry Newcombe, D.Min.
A young man grew up under atheistic Communism as the son of a pastor. He saw what tyranny truly is. Today, as a Christian attorney working for Christian liberty, he sees eerie parallels in modern America.

Scholars Speak Out Against Obergefell

by Jerry Newcombe, D.Min.
The edict of the Supreme Court of the United States in Obergefell v. Hodges is creating more and more concerns among the people. Constitutional Scholars have been reviewing the Supreme Courts decision and this is what they found.

Three Things to Know About the Supreme Court

by John Rabe
There are three common misconceptions about the Supreme Court that are essential for every American to know.

The Blood of 57 Million Babies on Their Hands

by Karen VanTil Gushta, Ph.D.
The trend of judicial overreach as demonstrated by the Supreme Court in the Obergfell vs Hodges ruling isn’t anything new and is only one example in its pattern of judicial activism.

So Much for the Constitution

by Jerry Newcombe, D. Min.
The Obergfell vs. Hodges decision is a culmination of one of the most glaring examples of judicial activism—a practice that will prove harmful to our nation if continued.

Geography & Constitutional Mayhem

by Frank Wright, Ph.D.
The geographic center of our nation’s capital was chosen for a purpose and is a symbol for the role of law in our government today.