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June 14th, 2018
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Who is Jesus? There’s no question that Jesus is one of history’s most significant figures. His name has reverberated throughout the last 2,000 years, and His contribution has been felt worldwide. As the renowned historian and philosopher, Will Durant, has said, “The triumph of Christ was the beginning of democracy.” To gauge the impact of Jesus from Nazareth, one only...
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May 16th, 2018
It's hard for young conservatives to be interested
By: Ben Shapiro – weeklystandard.com – May 9, 2018 There’s a generational age gap, but it’s not insurmountable. Young Americans are moving to the left. On virtually every issue, they support the Democratic party. A Harvard University poll taken in December 2017 found that among likely American voters aged 18-29, fully 65 percent supported Democratic control of Congress. Polls consistently...
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March 14th, 2018
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By: Michael Gerson – theatlantic.com – April 2018 Issue One of the most extraordinary things about our current politics—really, one of the most extraordinary developments of recent political history—is the loyal adherence of religious conservatives to Donald Trump. The president won four-fifths of the votes of white evangelical Christians. This was a higher level of support than either Ronald Reagan...
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February 28th, 2018
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probe.org – Conference 2018 Students don’t have to “graduate from God” after high school! This total immersion week of worldview and apologetics, with lots of discussion and recreation built in, builds confidence that Christianity is true and it makes the most sense. National Student Mind Games Conference 2018 Camp Copass, Denton TX (Dallas/Ft. Worth area) 4:00 p.m. Sunday, June 10 to 9...
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February 28th, 2018
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By: Jacob Lupfer – religionnews.com – February 26, 2018 As soon as news spread of evangelist Billy Graham’s death last week at age 99, the accolades began pouring in. Widely esteemed for his faith and integrity during seven decades as a Christian evangelist, Graham was one of the most admired men in America. The obituaries and reflections noted the oft-repeated...
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October 31st, 2017
by Eric Metaxas – Oct. 30, 2017 – Martin Luther wanted to coax theologians into a debate on indulgences—not reset Christianity. Martin Luther’s “95 Theses,” first published in 1517, now stored in the Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin. Photo: Bridgeman Images This week the world celebrates the 500th anniversary of an event that never happened. Well, something did happen, and it altered the...
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June 5th, 2017
  by Jay Richards – stream.org – June 5, 2017 You’ve heard this question. Since I write a lot about Christianity and economics, I’ve been asked it dozens of times. Was the early Church communist? It’s not a crazy query. In the book of Acts, just after Pentecost, members of the new Church sold their belongings and shared their wealth. That sounds like...
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May 25th, 2017
At  Point of View, we are dedicated to helping you to find truth in a world that no longer believes in absolute truth. Many in our culture have abandoned the search for truth in this post-truth world. As Christians, we realize the problem is even worse because most people are not thinking biblically about important issues. My recent interview with...
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January 3rd, 2017
Americans are five times less likely to pray now as compared to the early 1980’s, and twice as many said they do not believe in God. So concludes the research led by psychology professor Jean Twenge of San Diego State University. The biggest decline is among 18–29 year olds, the so-called millennials. The study reveals a sharp decline in religious...
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January 19th, 2016
Dr.Martin Luther King, Jr., has always been a hero to me. Growing up in the inner city of Boston, I memorized his “I Have a Dream” speech. I remember trying to imitate his cadence and delivery as I practiced it. In 1963 he wrote Letter from a Birmingham Jail. He addressed it to “My Fellow Clergymen” and as a clergyman,...
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