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-Is Religion Really the Cause of Most Wars?

Friday, November 28th, 2014

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard someone make the comment that ‘most wars are caused by religion’ like it was self evident. With the rise of radical Islam in the Middle East, 9/11, not to mention past fiascos like the Crusades and The Inquisition, the claim seems rather intuitive and has become […]

-Does Liberalism Oppose the 10 Commandments?

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

  (N Y State Supreme Court Building: wallyg) Here’s an interesting article by Matt Barber contending that ‘liberalism’ in America substantially opposes and violates the 10 Commandments (Exodus 20:1-17). It is a little weak in a couple of spots but he does have some good points throughout: “How Liberalism Violates All 10 Commandments” The following […]

-Wayne Grudem On “The Bible and Homosexuality”

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Bible Study 1 (Photo credit: DrGBB) Conservative Christians find ourselves in the middle of a major cultural battle over homosexuality whether we want to be or not. The question is –do we want to continue on a course that many say is on the ‘losing side of history’? Currently our reputations and religious freedoms are […]

-Next Monogamy Is in the Cross Hairs?

Saturday, March 2nd, 2013

             (Symbol of Polyamory: Wikipedia) We are just now getting used to Ellen referring to her ‘wife’ and homosexuals demanding state sponsored recognition for their monogamous relationships. Now evolutionists are telling us that monogamy itself is ‘unnatural’ after all. Our supposed monkey ancestors enjoyed uninhibited sexual relationships with multiple partners and so should we? The […]

-Richard Dawkins Loses Debate Against Former Archbishop Rowan Williams

Monday, February 11th, 2013

Does religion have a place in the 21th Century? Here’s a debate that explored the motion that it doesn’t. However, religion seems to have won the day and a reprieve in this friendly confrontation. Famous atheist Professor Richard Dawkins usually runs into difficulty when he debates someone who is well qualified and versed in all […]