One of the cardinal tenets of a worldview shaped by materialism and Neo-Darwinism is a rejection of the idea that human beings are in any way special.
BuzzFeed unearthed a “shocking” possibility about two HGTV superstars with the head, “Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Church Is Firmly Against Same-Sex Marriage.”
Mel Gibson’s new movie, “Hacksaw Ridge,” tells the story of Desmond Doss, a Seventh Day Adventist from the hills of Virginia, who enlisted in the Army with the understanding he could serve as a medic—and therefore not violate his firm belief in “thou shalt not kill.”
I guarantee; the majority of those voting didn’t hear the truth about the candidates from their priests. My bishop is one who did speak out.
A Prayer for Veterans Day… Lord who grants salvation to kings and dominion to rulers,…
It’s not an either-or choice. It’s not politics or God. It is, and should be, both. Voting for godly men can result in a nation’s laws being good than bad, accommodating good while suppressing evil.
This past weekend, at my church, Athey Creek Christian Fellowship, my pastor, Brett Meador, made the case for voting and voting biblically.
These services were attended by sitting Presidents, were held each Sunday in the U.S. Capitol House Chamber, with attendance reaching over 2,000.
The Catholic Church teaches there are “non-negotiable” issues that are ALWAYS intrinsically evil acts: Abortion, Euthanasia, Embryonic Stem Cell Research, Human Cloning, and Homosexual Marriage.
In 1976 Francis Schaeffer released How Should We Then Live? The Rise and Dec of Western Thought and Culture, and I bought one of the first copies.