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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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Bigotry? Hatred? Christians say they’re tired of being made into the bad guys

Some Christians are starting to stand up to radical LGBT activists and far left Christophobes and demand that they stop trying to bully Bible believers into capitulating to their outrageous demands. They’re saying enough already! Stephanie Wang over at Religion News Service reminds us that, For many evangelical Christians, religion has no end. It permeates and informs […]

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Obama’s praise of Islam: 4-minute montage

Since his election, President Obama has gone out of his way to praise the tenets of Islam–sometimes even at the expense of Christianity. A few of his greatest hits include: – “We are no longer a Christian nation.” – “If you took the number of Muslim Americans, we’d be one of the largest Muslim countries in […]

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Billy Graham and his grandson Tullian Tchividjian

Church Discipline, Contemporary Grace Style

Rick Phillips of Reformation 21 weighs in on the Tullian Tchividjian affair.  Many of Tullian’s supporters are unaware that he is a leading voice in the  Contemporary Grace Movement (hypergrace). Phillips addresses it here. Billy Graham and his grandson Tullian Tchividjian I have so far refrained from public comment on the resignation of Tullian Tchividjian in […]

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Adultery tears families apart

Down the Decadent “Ashley Madison” Avenue

Dr. Peter Jones of truthXchange explores the ways in which our debased culture continues to take a toll on the Church. TruthXchange is a ministry that seeks to understand the culture, as Paul did in his day, so that we will know how share the gospel of Jesus Christ with our neighbors and friends.  Because of the research […]

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400 Pastors Resigned Last Sunday

(Christian Headlines By Jim Denison) Fallout from the Ashley Madison scandal continues. The company’s CEO has resigned; several people who used the adultery website have committed suicide. And some 400 clergy resigned publicly from their ministries last Sunday.Let’s put that number in perspective.One pastor who seeks to have an affair is one too many. Infidelity shatters the spouse, devastates […]

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