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The Cancer That Is Killing America: A Warning to America and the Free World
With everything that's going on in our country nowadays, many people are finding it hard to see past the violence and media and see what is actually happening to America. And that's not good. Because when we don't know what's going on, it becomes extremely difficult to do anything about it. Ignorance may be bliss... Continue Reading →
A Few Words of Encouragement for This Trying Time
We're living in strange, scary, and dangerous times. (Actually, that sounds like all of post-Fall human history, doesn't it?) But there are reasons for hope, and we need to remain encouraged by Scripture and the men of God who faithfully exposit its truths and promises. Here are a few resources that might serve to encourage... Continue Reading →
Mama, I Can’t Breathe!
"Mama, I can't breathe!" This cry was raised in Minnesota as an innocent life pleaded for mercy -- but it went unheard. Unanswered. No one paid attention, and no one cared. That cry was raised -- then the crier was murdered. No. This cry was not raised by George Floyd as he died in Minneapolis... Continue Reading →
A Few Valuable Critiques of Racism, Social Justice, and #BlackLivesMatter
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pd1swytlzBg&t=39s There have been probably been billions of words written, typed, or said about the events of the past few weeks. Most of them are not very helpful; confusing at best and wrong at worst. However, some things that have been said and written are not only good and well-done, but biblical. They're so biblical,... Continue Reading →
Elon Musk is African American?!
Not sure it's possible to make a clearer point, really...so why is it that people don't understand this??
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