Monthly Archives: October 2015

“The beginning of anxiety is the end of faith, and the beginning of true faith is the end of anxiety.” – George Mueller

“The beginning of anxiety is the end of faith, and the beginning of true faith is the end of anxiety.”  –  George Mueller Source: (I assume “George Muller” is “George Mueller.”) "The beginning of anxiety is the end of faith, … Continue reading

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The Persecution of Christians in the Middle East, and Why So Little of It Gets Reported

I’ve written before on the persecution of Christians outside the U.S. and how little of it is being reported to us.  Just browse the “Persecution” category to the right to see some of the post titles. Today, I offer this 22-minute … Continue reading

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What Did Gutenberg Do with His Printing Press?

It is only a press, but a press from which will flow a constant stream…Through it, God will spread His Word.  A spring of truth will flow from it.  Like a new star it will scatter the darkness of ignorance … Continue reading

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ISIS is committing genocide – and worse – against Christians

Reading an article like this is an antidote to thinking that we have problems.  It is hard to believe the brutality that is taking place as our president and government devote so much time to trivialities and mendacities.  These are … Continue reading

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Social Science Debunks Social Science

When I wrote the short post Understanding Social Scientists and Their Role last week, I had no idea a published social science study would support my skepticism about social science – but here it is! In the October 19, 2015 issue of … Continue reading

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Who Was John Locke?

The Bible is one of the greatest blessings bestowed by God on the children of men. It has God for its Author, salvation for its end, and truth without any mixture for its matter. It is all pure, all sincere; … Continue reading

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How Did Christopher Columbus Find This Place?

It was the Lord who put into my mind (I could feel his hand upon me) the fact that it would be possible to sail from here to the Indies.  All who heard of my project rejected it with laughter, … Continue reading

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Update on Barronelle Stutzman

People like Barronelle Stutzman are the unsung heroes of our age. Here are two videos which will update you on her case.  The first one lasts 3:15 and the second one last 1:48.

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Why doesn’t Time magazine seem more influenced by the book it thinks is the most influential ever written?

Simply put, the Bible is the most influential book ever written. –  Time Magazine, March 22, 2007 Source:  The Bible in America by Steve Green and Todd Hillard, DustJacket Press, 2013, page 1. For an extensive list of quotes like this from … Continue reading

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Oh, How Our Supreme Court Has Changed Its Tune!

Why may not the Bible, and especially the New Testament, without note or comment, be read and taught as a divine revelation in the college — its general precepts expounded, its evidences explained, and its glorious principles of morality inculcated? … Continue reading

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