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Can baptism forgive your sins?

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Can baptism forgive your sins?  I walked in the hospital room and Terry was lying on her bed.  Her physical condition was deteriorating, and she was not ready to face her Creator.  I got ...

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When noted journalists bashed political polls

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Poll-bashing – the aggressive, even extreme lambasting of pollsters and their work – used to be blood sport among prominent American journalists. Mike Royko, one of Chicago’s most famous, if cantankerous, journalists, was ...

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The Covid-19 timeline explained

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Covid-19 fear grips the masses. Thanks to the misinformation spread by the media, the bureaucrats of the CDC, and politicians, a majority of people don’t know what the truth is about what ...

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Why Christians cannot support the Black Lives Matter organization

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There’s an important distinction between Christians supporting the Black Lives Matter organization and lovingly supporting black people whose lives matter. As a Christian pro-life advocate, I often hear the words,“You’re not really ...

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Barbara Bollier is no moderate

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Barbara Bollier’s entire campaign for U.S. Senate is built on a fiction that she hopes no one will challenge. As a member of the Johnson County delegation to the Kansas Legislature who ...

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Will believers continue to sit back and just take this cultural upheaval?

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“There are bound to be tens of millions of Americans watching these cultural atrocities, watching their country being seized from them by anarchists, racists, children of the professional class and their cowardly, ...

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Why Kenosha may matter in November

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Of all the riots that have gone unchecked in the country this summer, the one in Kenosha, Wisconsin, might matter most with regard to the November presidential election. The vivid imagery in ...

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Does obedience to God matter?

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Does obedience to God matter? Often I engage with people in conversations about God and the Bible.  Many times I do not know where they stand with God until we begin talking.  ...

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The Bendix Plant: The history of a Kansas City landmark

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Most people know the federal property on the Blue River on Bannister Parkway as the Bendix Plant, even though the name Bendix has not been associated with it for years. It did ...

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Inside the $100 million Russian church honoring Putin, Stalin and war

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A Russian church glorifies deified power rather than the power of God. I rarely discuss contemporary ecclesiastical art. I am, after all, a Byzantinist, and find it much more interesting to think ...

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When Black Lives Matter comes to town

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All anyone needs to do is go to the Black Lives Matter website to find out what they believe and how dangerous they are, but to save you the trouble, here are ...

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Historic bombshell: Behind the Trump brokered Israel–UAE peace accord

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The Israel-UAE peace accord is a game changer for peace in the Middle East. This is full diplomatic relations with an important Arab nation. The most significant advancement for peace in the ...

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Study of 100 British schools shows ‘very little evidence that the virus is transmitted in schools’

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Imagine state governments announcing they plan to shut down schools until there is a cure for breast cancer. That is essentially the logic they are employing to shut schools because of a ...

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Anniversary factoids: What you may not know about Nagasaki and Hiroshima

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With this being the 75th anniversary of the use of the first atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, on August 6 and 9, 1945, events we note as bringing an end to ...

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Man’s Greatest Folly: Believing in Man, instead of God

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Believing in Man, instead of God the Creator, is Man’s greatest folly.  Man’s failure to learn and teach God’s Word, throughout the world, as He directed, has resulted in the world we live ...

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Families furious as Andrew Cuomo hides number of nursing home deaths

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The New York State Assembly and Senate gave New York Health Commissioner Howard Zucker plenty of chances to tell them the number of nursing home residents who have died from COVID, but ...

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The pornification of America: How young girls are being groomed by sexual predators

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What can we do to protect America’s young people from sexual predators? That’s the question I keep getting asked by people who, having read my article on the growing danger of young ...

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Who will redress my grievances?

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Ten words.  That is all there are.  Ten seemingly throw-away words at the end of the First Amendment to the US Constitution.  But if you were to take a few seconds and ...

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Nike, among global brands relying on religious minorities as slave labor

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“Slave labor.” That is the term U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo used on July 16 when speaking about China to television anchor Bill Hemmer on his Fox News show. The polite ...

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Archbishop Viganò’s powerful letter to President Trump: Eternal struggle between good and evil playing out right now

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Mr. President:  In recent months we have been witnessing the formation of two opposing sides that I would call Biblical: the children of light and the children of darkness. The children of light ...

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History lesson: The Great Depression, the foundation for the socialist takeover

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History often repeats itself which is why Winston Churchill paraphrased the following quote to warn future generations. “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” -George Santayana For this ...

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Hearing what black voices really say about police

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African-Americans have mixed attitudes about the police, but an extensive poll finds most are satisfied with their local departments and don’t want defunding. Philonise Floyd testified recently to the House Judiciary Committee about the ...

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Dennis Prager challenges Christians to rise to the occasion during turbulent times

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Current events are testing the seriousness of American Christians, talk-show host and columnist Dennis Prager wrote in a column on “The Daily Wire”. “People look back in time and wonder how religious ...

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Learning about race from other voices in Black America

What can we learn about race from other voices? Many generations ago the Jewish King Hezekiah was in the midst of a successful reign when he was threatened with invasion by King ...

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Henry Louis Gates: “Tiny fraction” of slaves actually ended up in U.S.

When it comes to the history of slaves in the New World, there is perhaps no one more versed on the subject than Dr. Henry Louis Gates. The Harvard professor, who is ...

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