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March 31, 2016
The Great Culture War--Words as Weapons and Victory

(Faith & Freedom) Shakespeare asked, "What`s in a name?"

His question demonstrates the nature of the ongoing Great War on the Culture of 2016---where words, or the lack of them, are the weapons of destruction.

Nowhere has that been more evident than in the recent Supreme Court hearing regarding the fate of the Little Sisters of the Poor and their deeply held pro-life beliefs.

While warriors on the Left redefine the meaning of good, evil, tolerance, bigotry and equality, the Supreme Court of the United States defines religious freedom by the words they choose "not" to use.  (Read More)

March 31, 2016
Pakistan Pledges Not to Amend Law That Imposes Death Penalty for Blasphemy

(CNSNews) Muslim radicals ended a four-day sit-in in a high-security “red zone” near Pakistan’s federal parliament, claiming victory after the government late Wednesday gave assurances it will not seek to amend the country’s notorious blasphemy laws...  (Read More)

March 31, 2016
Six Reasons North Carolina Got It Right

(The Stand) Lies are born the moment someone thinks the truth is dangerous.  Apparently, a good number of business and sports executives think the truth about North Carolina’s “bathroom bill” (HB2) is dangerous, that’s why they are lying about it.  Well, perhaps I should be a bit more charitable:  some may not be overtly lying about it, but they are expressing their disapproval without knowing what the bill actually does.  (Read More)

March 31, 2016
The Little Sisters, the Government, and the Supremes

(Breakpoint)  On Wednesday, March 23rd, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a group of cases known collectively as Zubik v. Burwell.  The “Zubik” in the case name is David Zubik, the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh.  (Read More)

March 31, 2016
Students` religious liberty gets a boost in KS

(OneNewsNow) Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback recently signed an important bill that protects the rights of student religious organizations on campus.  (Read More)

March 31, 2016
Governor Deal Caves

(Breakpoint) I remember when I first heard Chuck Colson, on a BreakPoint commentary years ago, make a distinction between religious liberty and freedom of worship. "Freedom of worship," a phrase being used more and more Chuck warned, is the freedom to believe what you want in the privacy of your own mind...  (Read More)

March 31, 2016
Irreducible Complex ‘Minimal’ Microbe Evidence of Intelligent Design

(CNSNews) Science Magazine published a paper last week, "Design and synthesis of a minimal bacterial genome," describing the creation of a bacterium with a stripped-down genome. The paper represents twenty years of work...  (Read More)

March 31, 2016
2016 Election: Muslims, Buddhists Engaged-Evangelicals Not

(Faith & Freedom) In a stunning new national survey, Barna Group finds, "Evangelicals are the least engaged...compared to other major faith groups, even though the acknowledge the importance" of the current presidential campaign."

Those who claim Islam, Buddhism and Judaism are considerably more engaged than evangelicals.

So are atheists.  (Read More)

March 24, 2016
Stand with the Persecuted

(FRC) As we begin to celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus here in America, we too often take for granted the peril that such a celebration is to our brothers and sisters in Christ across the globe. That`s why FRC is calling on churches across America to observe April 17, 2016 as Stand with the Persecuted Sunday.  (Read More)

March 24, 2016
Netanyahu: `The Terrorists Have No Resolvable Grievances`

(CNSNews) On a day when terror attacks in Brussels saddened the civilized world, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told the American Israel Public Affairs Committee that what happened in Europe is part of "one continuous attack on all of us."  (Read More)

March 24, 2016
Big Brother Bullies Little Sisters at the Supreme Court

(Daily Signal) The plaza of the U.S. Supreme Court and the courtroom itself were full of people you don’t normally see at the court—priests, ministers, and nuns of various religious orders.

They were there Wednesday to hear the U.S. government argue that the Little Sisters of the Poor—an order of Catholic nuns who have served the elderly and the poor for 175 years—must violate their faith...  (Read More)

March 24, 2016
Making (Exotic) Babies

(Breakpoint) Americans have a thing for the exotic, no matter how costly it may prove to other people. For instance, the Florida Everglades are home to, among other species, Nile crocodiles, green anacondas, and most famously, tens of thousands of Burmese pythons.  (Read More)

March 24, 2016
Indiana Becomes Second State to Ban Abortions Based on Down Syndrome

(LifeNews) Indiana has become the second state in the nation, following North Dakota, to ban abortions on babies who are diagnosed in the womb as having Down syndrome. Gov. Mike Pence signed the bill today to protect unborn babies from being aborted simply because of a disability, race or sex.  (Read More)

March 24, 2016
Surprise! Atheists attack Answers over religious beliefs

(OneNewsNow) Answers in Genesis is fighting homosexual activists and atheists at the same time the biblical organization prepares to open a new exhibit.  (Read More)

March 24, 2016
Marriage and Nominal Christianity

(Breakpoint) In Ezekiel 5, the prophet laments that not only had Jerusalem become wicked and idolatrous—she had become an embarrassment to even her pagan, Baal-worshiping neighbors.  (Read More)

March 24, 2016
Millennials Think Badly of Church

(The Stand) The Millennial generation (born 1980 or later) has a more positive view than any other generation on every societal institution except church and religious organizations. Compared to older generations, Millennials have a more favorable opinion on the positive effects of...  (Read More)

March 23, 2016
March 21, 2016
Pro-Life Groups Banned From St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Gay Rights Groups Welcomed


(LifeNews) Organizers of New York City’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade have stopped two pro-life groups from participating in the traditionally Catholic celebration, while allowing two groups that oppose Catholic teachings to participate.

Parade committee chairman John Lahey reportedly has boasted about the 2016 parade being the “most inclusive” yet, but that “inclusion” appears only to apply to the groups that Lahey and his committee agree with politically.  (Read More)

March 21, 2016
The Withering of Vice and the Sexual Revolution

(Albert Mohler) The question remains, how did all this happen? As already noted, the sexual revolution did not emerge in a vacuum. Modern societies created a context for moral revolution that had never been available in intellectual terms before. In other words, certain cultural conditions had to prevail in order for the revolution to get the traction it needed to succeed. One of the things we need to note is that we are looking at an explicitly cosmopolitan revolution.  (Read More)

March 21, 2016
Extraordinary Earth

(Breakpoint) There’s an old joke about Sherlock Holmes and his assistant, Watson.

“Let’s go camping,” Holmes says to Watson one day. “Jolly good!” replies Watson. So the two pack up their gear, head into the woods, set up their tent and by nightfall, are sound asleep. Hours later, Watson is awakened by a nudge from Holmes.  (Read More)

March 21, 2016
Pushback urged on transgender bathroom effort

(OneNewsNow) Residents in Washington are being encouraged to push back against a state agency`s directive to permit transgender and "gender-diverse" individuals to use the bathroom of their choice.  (Read More)

March 21, 2016
Report: Attacks on religion in America doubled in 3 years

(OneNewsNow) Each year, First Liberty Institute compiles a list of incidents of hostility based on religious beliefs. This year showed 1,285 such incidents – more than double the number documented by the initial survey, published in 2013. First Liberty attorney Justin Butterfield tells OneNewsNow that some of the attacks have been in areas that used to be unthinkable.  (Read More)

March 21, 2016
An Unholy War

(Breakpoint) Let me tell you a story that, tragically, has no happy ending. Vincent Minj, who is almost 80, was the oldest of six children growing up in rural India, and he remembers the day decades ago when his sister, Cecilia, fell into a well near their home and almost died.  (Read More)

March 21, 2016
State Department Finds ISIS Guilty of Genocide. What’s Next.

(Daily Signal) Secretary of State John Kerry declared that the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) committed genocide against Yazidis, Christians, and Shiite Muslims.

Genocide, as defined by the U.S., constitutes “[w]hoever, whether in time of peace or in time of war and with the specific intent to destroy, in whole or in substantial part, a national, ethnic, racial, or religious group as such.”  (Read More)

March 21, 2016
When Mommy Marches to the Front Lines

(Faith & Freedom) History will likely record our times as one of political confusion, forced social inclusion, moral delusion and commonsense occlusion at any cost---unless the history of our times is a victim of revision.

Secular progressivism is a deadly illusion---political correctness is choking our culture.  (Read More)

March 10, 2016
Feds to Parents: "We Are Your Equals"

(Faith & Freedom) The US Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Education`s new draft policy is very revealing.

It says: "It is the position of the Department that all early childhood programs and schools recognize families as equal partners."

Equal partners?  (Read More)

March 10, 2016
Nancy and Ronald Reagan: One of the Great Love Stories in History of White House

(CNSNews) She used to dream of him, in all seasons, in all manner of things. Now Nancy Reagan is together again with her Ronnie, forever in eternity.

Their marriage is one of the great love stories in the history of the White House.  (Read More)

March 10, 2016
New Technology, Same Old Eugenics

(Breakpoint) If there were an award for the most impactful technology that almost no one has heard of, the winner could be CRISPR.

Now, CRISPR has nothing to do with refrigerator drawers that keep fruits and vegetables fresh. No, it’s the latest technology tempting us to try our hand at playing god.  (Read More)

March 10, 2016
ISIS and Christian Genocide

(CNSNews) It`s part a lack of resources overseas and part simple disinterest at home, but the American news media seemingly are out of the business of covering international news. For example, one of the most neglected international stories is the attempt by ISIS to exterminate and persecute Christians.  (Read More)

March 10, 2016
India Gov`t Turning a Blind Eye to Religious Attacks

(CBN News) India`s Christians continue to face hate and intolerance, according to International Christian Concern (ICC).

ICC reports 25 Hindu Radicals attacked and vandalized a Pentecostal church in Chhattisgarh state during its Sunday service on March 6.  (Read More)

March 10, 2016
Missouri House Passes Bill to De-Fund Planned Parenthood After It Sells Aborted Baby Parts

(LifeNews) Missouri pro-life legislators voted this week to take tax dollars from abortion groups like Planned Parenthood and use them for public education and comprehensive health care providers instead.  (Read More)

March 10, 2016
Social Media and Original Sin

(Breakpoint) Chances are, you’ve never heard of Pfeiffer syndrome. It’s a rare genetic disorder that’s characterized by the “premature fusion of certain bones of the skull.” This fusion “prevents further growth of the skull and affects the shape of the head and face.”  (Read More)

March 10, 2016
Writing assignment: Why did you convert to Islam?

(OneNewsNow) Students in England were instructed to write an essay pretending they had converted to Islam. One political observer contends the same thing is happening frequently in American schools as well – compliments of Common Core.  (Read More)

March 10, 2016
Mark Levin: Nancy Reagan ‘Was a Rock to Her Husband’ Ronald Reagan

(CNSNews) “Most of all, she was a rock to her husband,” stated Mark Levin. “It is very tough to be a president. It is especially tough to be a conservative president when all the instrumentalities of government, all the instrumentalities of the surrogates of government and academia and in the media and so forth, are attacking you.  (Read More)

March 03, 2016
Infant Messaging with the Select Panel

(FRC) After Super Tuesday, it was defensive Wednesday for abortion groups like Planned Parenthood. On one side of the street, the Supreme Court was debating common sense clinic regulations -- and on the other, a panel of House members was getting to the bottom of Planned Parenthood`s black market of baby body parts. Both events hold tremendous sway in the future of the abortion business...  (Read More)

March 03, 2016
Everything That is Solid Melts Into Air — The New Secular Worldview

(Albert Mohler) The story of the rise of secularism is a stunning intellectual and moral revolution. It defies exaggeration. We must recognize that it is far more pervasive than we might want to believe, for this intellectual revolution has changed the worldviews of even those who believe themselves to be opposed to it.  (Read More)

March 03, 2016
NRB Prepares For Battle

(Faith & Freedom) Most Christians know there is a battle for the mind and soul of America.

Most of us know by now that the battle involves religious freedom. And that battle is not only being waged in the classroom, the bathroom, the boardroom and the court room, but in our living rooms.

Everything and anything is now welcomed on radio and television---except certain biblical teaching.  (Read More)

March 03, 2016
A Hobbit, a Wardrobe, and a Great War

(Breakpoint) To Christians, and even to many non-Christians, C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien represent something special—a Christian literary renaissance of the 20th century. These two friends published works of great power and endurance, saturated with a Christian worldview.  (Read More)

March 03, 2016
12th Video Catches Planned Parenthood Aborting Intact Late-Term Babies to Sell as Parts

(LifeNews) “The fact that a community like Orange County, CA, is open for business for baby body parts makes clear the need for law enforcement and elected officials to hold Planned Parenthood accountable,” said David Daleiden, CMP Project Lead.  (Read More)

March 03, 2016
House Panel Passes Resolution Declaring ISIS Targeting of Christians, Other Minorities ‘Genocide’

(CNSNews) The passage by unanimous consent of the resolution comes two weeks before a deadline for Secretary of State John Kerry to state the administration’s stance on the matter, as required by the omnibus spending bill passed last December.  (Read More)

March 03, 2016
Fatherhood and Childhood Obesity

(Breakpoint) According to the National Fatherhood Initiative, not having Dad at home leads to a host of problems, and the list is getting longer. In 2011, 44 percent of kids in mother-only families were living in poverty, compared with only 12 percent of children in married-couple families.  (Read More)

March 03, 2016
NIKE On Christianity: "Don`t Do It"

(Faith & Freedom) NIKE has built a multi-billion dollar brand by putting the names of highly skilled and famous athletes on their sneakers---and other items.

NIKE has also famously and successfully marketed the slogan, "Just Do It."

However, when it comes to Christianity, NIKE is saying, "Don`t Do It."

Their moral logic is not only inconsistent, but as tattered as a worn-out pair of sneakers.  (Read More)

March 02, 2016


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