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    Creflo Dollar Demands 65 Million Of Yours For Aeronautical Swag

    Televangelist Creflo Dollar needs 65 million of yours so that his ministry can acquire a new luxury jet. This is because of an engine failure that nearly resulted in tragedy but which was averted through the skill of an experienced pilot. With a new aircraft, the ministry assures that Dollar will be able to continue the mission of spreading the Gospel around the world. In | Read More »

    O’Reilly Plays Stupid Regarding Obama’s Transformation Threats

    President Obama speculated that mandatory voting would be transformative in nature. But in the analysis of this policy under consideration, Bill O’Reilly instead decided to spoof and lampoon the President’s most profound reason for making this suggestion. “Transformative” is a euphemism invoked in support of mob rule and the socialistic redistribution of resources and property. Instead of warning the American people as to this danger, | Read More »

    Don’t Hide Behind Piety During Totalitarianism’s Rise

    On Issues Etc, the topic was addressed if the Christian must defend the Charlie Hebbdo cartoons construed as blasphemous . From the clip highlighted as the sound bite of the week, one gets the impression that articulating a defense of the gunned down editorial office’s freedom of expression isn’t really all that much of a priority. After all, the ultimate concern of the church is | Read More »

    Feminist Undermines Masculinity & Gripes About The Results

    In the February 2015 issue of Sojourner’s Magazine, a pregnant feminist in the article titled “Clear Eyes Full Hearts” laments, “I worry about my son. How do I raise a good white male?” What she is asking for simply isn’t a lad that protects the innocent and provides his own way in life while giving his mom a heartfelt hug once in a while. What | Read More »

    Southern Baptist Functionary Lays Claim To Your Extraneous Income

    According to Southern Baptist Missions Board President David Platt, Christians ought to set for themselves a financial spending cap. The justification for this principle can be found in the admonition that godliness with contentment is great gain. Interestingly, Platt is not providing this advice so that you might provide better for yourself in the rocky times ahead likely to result from a declining economy. Instead, | Read More »

    Christian Filmmaker Befuddled Over The Relationship Between Media & Religion

    In an episode of Generations Radio titled “Filmmaker Chastises Christians For Watching Ungodly Films: Film Has Usurped Church”, Christian filmmaker Rich Christiano provided a summary of an upcoming project as well as reflections upon Christianity and the media. In the synopsis, he name drops that the upcoming film features Harry Anderson. The cinematographer reminds that Anderson, before his descent into obscurity, starred as the judge | Read More »

    Did Chuck Swindol Overreact To Elijah’s Declaration Of Despair?

    A Facebook theologian has commented in agreement with Christian broadcaster Chuck Swindoll that we should never pray for God to take a loved one home to eternity. It is contended doing so can apparently derail His sovereignty. Apparently, if we believe that He is sovereign, we should know that He is fully capable of taking us home when He believes that the time has approached. | Read More »

    Too Spiritual By Half?

    In an exposition of Mark chapter 3, it was observed that Christ’s first miracle after the commissioning of the Apostles was the casting out of a demon followed by the healing of Peter’s mother-in-law. The Lutheran seminarian insisted that this symbolically represented the precedence of the spirit over the human tendency to emphasize the body. The expositor lamented that such a characteristic was the result | Read More »

    Christian Publisher Targets Children With Leftist Indoctrination

    The Eeerdman’s Books For Young Readers spring 2015 catalog contains a book titled “Edgar Wants To Be Alone.” According to the synopsis, Edgar doesn’t like company but notices he is followed by a worm. So he tries to get away from the invertebrate. The summary reads, “Edgar asks for the other animals on the farm to help him, but eventually he realizes he might have | Read More »

    Faith On The Final Frontier

    “The final frontier” — since the mid 1960’s these words have characterized Star Trek’s perception of the adventure and the discoveries to be found in the distant reaches of outer space. Yet can this vast interstellar ether really be said to be the final frontier in terms of providing an ultimate foundation or purpose? For despite all its wonder, at its core the cosmos is | Read More »