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Dr. Carolyn A. Roth: What Does God Want (From You)?

Pledge Sunday in most churches focusing on making a financial commitment to support the church. The standard for giving is set at 10% of income because that was the minimum standard set for early...
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Daniel Greenfield: Liberating Our Jerusalem

When Jordan’s Arab Legion seized half of Jerusalem, ethnically cleansed its Jewish population and annexed the city– the only entity to recognize the annexation was the United Kingdom...
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Dr. Fred Eichelman: Elementary My Dear Readers, Our Future is Described Scripturally

We do not know if the creator of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, was a Christian or not or if he intended for one of the world’s best known fictional characters to have religious beliefs....
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Bishop Greg Ortiz Explains the Meaning of Pentecost

(The following is an article by Bishop Greg Ortiz on Pentecost.  Originally, the article was published in a book that I copyrighted and published. Bishop Greg gave me permission to publish for...
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Michael Ingmire: Hard Boiled Christianity

“In deep confusion, in great despair   When I reach out for him, he is there    When I am lonely as I can be     And I know that God shines his light on me”   –Van Morrison, Whenever God...
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May 30 is Ascension Day, Forgotten Holiday

Ascension Day is a religious holiday (holy day). Although it gets lost between Easter Sunday and Pentecost, Ascension Day was celebrated as early as 68 AD. The first written evidence of an...
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Daniel Greenfield: Deathwatch

Deathwatch This is not an article. But once upon a time this was a blog where I would post my unformed personal thoughts. The thoughts eventually became articles. The articles were picked up and...
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On the Road to Nineveh (or ‘I Don’t Want to Go There’)

Most of you know something about Jonah. Jonah’s ministry was almost 3000 years ago; but, the message is timeless. Jonah begins with God telling Jonah go to Nineveh, Assyria to warn the people to...
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Prager University: Why is God A He?

In today’s atmosphere of tension between genders – male vs. female – a common complaint among some females is that they do not believe that God is necessarily a man.  There is no factual basis...
Posted On May 16, 2019
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Dr. Carolyn A. Roth: Communion as a Political Act

As the pastor finished his sermon and before the Eucharist was consecrated, he said,  “Communion is a political act.” Well, that statement refocused my wandering mind. My immediate thoughts were,...
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Stuart Kaufman: Once We Were Slaves

By the time that you read this, the 2019 observance of the holiday of Passover by Jews all over the world will be over. For those who are not familiar with the holiday, permit me to provide a...
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John Philip Sousa, IV: Dems Treat Muslims As Friends, Christians As Enemies, And Voters As Idiots

I’ve always wondered how Democrats justify treating one religion they disagree with as the enemy, and another they disagree with as their best friends. Given any opportunity, Democrats can’t...

Giving Jews “The Wrong Meds”

In this new Jamie Glazov Moment, Jamie discusses Giving Jews “The Wrong Meds”, unveiling When torturing Zionist patients is “my pleasure”.

Dr. Carolyn A. Roth: Traditions of Resurrection Sunday

Early Christians used “alleluia” as an exclamation of joyful praise. For millennia on Easter morning, congregates greet each other and respond to the greet with the following words:  The...

The Deliberate Cruelty of a Not So Good Friday

After Jesus was betrayed by Judas, Jewish leaders took him to Pilate, the Roman governor of Palestine. The Jewish leaders demanded that Pilate crucify Jesus.  Pilate was reluctant to ord...

Lion’s Tooth of Maundy Thursday

For Christians the Passover meal Jesus celebrated with apostles on Thursday before his crucifixion is called the Last Supper. The guest room where it was held is named the Upper Room. Area maps...

Palm Sunday: God as a Gardener

Experiencing God through Plants About 2500 years ago before Israelites entered the promised land, Moses told them that it would be filled with milk and honey. Contrary to common belief, most...

Dr. Carolyn A. Roth: Working with Thorns (When Dealing With People)

Acacia wood was the only wood used to build the Tabernacle.  Gold-covered acacia posts and cross bars stabilized acacia wood panels and held Tent of Meeting curtains in place. In the Tent of...