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Trump announces new “Christian” Advisory Committee

Uh-oh. Donald Trump has put together a team of advisors to help him win the Evangelical er, ecumenical vote.  All candidates and presidents have religious advisors (Jim Wallis for President Obama, Rick Warren for Marco Rubio; Bill Hybels for President Bill Clinton, presumably so they don’t say something to offend their voting base. (And you […]

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Rick Warren’s Top 100 Pastors to Follow

Joel Osteen? T.D. Jakes???  This is quite a Facebook Post from Pastor Rick Warren. Here he tells is fans which senior pastors — the top 100 in fact – that he recommends his fans follow on Twitter. Of course if you click that link you’ll get the idea that he has taken down that post. […]

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Some Christian news blogs and high-profile leaders overlook the truth

By Marsha West When I heard that Jan Crouch died of a massive stroke, to be quite honest, I was not saddened by the news.  Why?  Well, for one thing Jan and her deceased husband Paul promoted the worst sort of heresy imaginable: Word of Faith.  But you wouldn’t find that out by reading the […]

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“The moment you speak something out you give birth to it”

Amiee Byrd, author and contributor on Mortification of Spin, has written a review of Positively Powerless.  I’ll get to Aimee’s review in a moment but before I do, a short synopsis on the Power of Positive Thinking is in order.  Positive thinking is based in the so-called Law of Attraction which is the principle that like attracts like. […]

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White Paper: Word of Faith

The world’s fastest-growing false religion tells us that  our faith is a “force,” and the words we speak have the power to create something new. The Word of Faith proponents promise we can obtain health, wealth, success, and more if we simply have enough faith. Biblical Christianity says no. Fast Facts: Known as Positive Confession, […]

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