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Intelligent Design -V- Evolution

The debate over evolution and creation not only continues to rage, it is heating up. Some education boards and some state legislature are considering the teaching of Intelligent Design along with the theory of evolution. Naturally, the scientific world is up in arms, not to mention the ACLU. The evolutionists insist that the Intelligent Design theory is just a way…

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Father Jailed for Protesting "Gay" Book

The Boston Herald reported that last Wednesday, April 27, David Parker, 42, was arrested and jailed overnight when he confronted school officials at Joseph Estabrook School in Lexington, Mass. His 6 year old son had brought home a book, entitled “Who’s In a Family.” The storyline of the book presents homosexual parents as normal. Parker was arrested because he refused…

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Discovery Troublesome for Evolution

The July, 2003 Smithsonian magazine, (pp. 66+) in an article entitled “Close Encounters of the Sneaky Kind”reports a discovery that has almost unbelievable implications for the evolutionary theory. The admits that the discovery runs counter to the “accepted dogma,” to such an extent that it even asks, “What is wrong with this picture? Absolutely everything.” However, the article does not…

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Eternal Life!

Sometimes we use terms so often that it is possible to lose the impact of what they mean. Take the promise of Jesus: “For God so loved the world that he gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” (John 3:16). Note what he promised, eternal life! In other passages, Jesus…

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Eight Things God Is Not Concerned With

I got this in email the other day, and thought that with some revision, it contains a lot of good thoughts. Take a look and give it some thought. 1. God is not concerned what kind of car you drove; He’s concerned with how many people you drove who didn’t have transportation. 2. God is not concerned about the square…

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The Bible Code

Over the last few years there has been a great deal of excitement in certain evangelical circles due to claims found in a book by Michael Drosnin. The author claims that there are hidden codes in the Hebrew text of the Old Testament, and through computer technology, we can find out what the future holds. Many are convinced the Drosnin’s…

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A Question of Ethics

The recent flood of corporate corruption cases is raising lots of questions in the minds of lots of people. One surely wonders how CEOs can be so calloused, so greedy, that they are unconcerned that their personal accumulation of wealth is taking down the very businesses they were hired to run, and destroying the lives of thousands of employees. We…

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Armageddon!

Three fifths of the world’s population killed. Two thirds of the Jews annihilated. The earth ravaged with horrible conflagrations, pestilence, and famine. The worst conflict the world has ever seen. It will make WWI and WWII look like a “picnic.” It is the holocaust of Armageddon: and it is not far off…or so we are told. But is it? What…

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The ABC's

A young boy wanted to talk to God, but didn’t have a clue as to how to pray. So, he just knelt down, and began reciting his ABCs. A man happened to come by, and witnessed and heard this rather interesting situation. When the young man was finished the man asked: "What are you doing young fellow?" The boy responded,…

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