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Paul Washer did NOT visit the Third Heaven!

After suffering a heart attack and undergoing surgery this week, his family and friends report that Paul Washer is on the mend. His Twitter account posts updates, and today word comes of his improved condition. The news of Washer’s condition Monday evening prompted prayers from around the world. Washer, 55, is the HeartCry Missionary Society […]

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Tullian Tchividjian Emerges From Scandal With New Wife, Preaches Sermon on God’s Redemption

Christian Post, a site we do not recommend, has the latest on disgraced pastor Tullian Tchividjian. Last year we reported that after admitting to an adulterous relationship he was asked to resign from his pulpit at Coral Ridge Presbyterian in South Florida. Shortly thereafter, Tchividjian was hired by Willow Creek Presbyterian as Director of Ministry Development.  We […]

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National Day of Prayer

The National (Take A Verse Out Of Context) Day of Prayer

Bud Ahlheim of Pulpit & Pen tackles the 2 Chronicles 7:14 controversy.  According to Ahlheim, this verse is ripped out of context and applied to Christians living in America because God refers to “my people.” “We wield it as a promise,” says Ahlheim, “imbue with perceived power, and expect from it a divinely-induced revival.”  Exactly. […]

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Always on: new Hillsong Heresy Channel

So it’s come to this: Hillsong Church is teaming up with Trinity Broadcasting Network to launch a new 24-hour TV network this June. All its heretical conferences, teachings, movies, kiddie programs and whatever else they’re churning out (see resource links below) will be in one place. Introducing the Hillsong Channel, broadcasting 24 hours a day, […]

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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia

Antonin Scalia, RIP

By Bill Muehlenberg US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia passed away yesterday at age 79. The conservative and intellectual heavyweight was appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1986 and served faithfully there for 29 years. He was the first Italian-American justice to serve on the court. The conservative justice was known as an originalist, preferring […]

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Women in combat

Sisters-in-Arms: women in combat

By Clint Archer The Cripplegate blog News from America fascinates me. Living in South Africa affords me a vantage point of detachment from local US news. But I nearly choked on my newsfeed last week when I heard President Barack Obama commend the Pentagon for opening all combat military positions to women. So now my […]

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