Monthly Archive: December 2006

Dec 29

Looking Behind the “Purpose Driven” Sheep’s Clothing

by Christopher Adamo   The facade is beginning to peel back from the so-called ministry of Southern California Pastor Rick Warren, author of “The Purpose Driven Church” and “The Purpose Driven Life.” Unfortunately, many among his ample flock have far too much invested in him, both emotionally and otherwise, to admit their mistakes and cut …

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Dec 29

Why I’m not an Atheist, Part 5: On science and miracles

by Robert E. Meyer   The Apostle Paul warns in 1 Timothy 6:20 : “O Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding profane and vain babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called.” Several centuries ago, the German astronomer Johann Kepler, justified scientific inquiry in that such investigation was “thinking God’s thoughts …

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Dec 25

Why I Can’t Be and Atheist

Robert MeyerDecember 6, 2006 As a Christian believer, I am quite content to let the atheist believe what he or she wants. My rationale for this and other pieces on the subject of atheism is a response to the often hostile and aggressive charges made against Christianity as a system of thought. Some time ago, …

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Dec 13

The Religious Left in Bible Times (Part 2)

by Don Hank The religious Left, which cherry-picks the Bible to support an ungodly agenda, is as old as mankind. Their antics and the price mankind has had to pay for this misbehavior are, arguably, the salient theme of the Bible. Satan was the first to introduce confusion into man’s interpretation of God’s words.    …

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Dec 11

The Religious Left in Bible Times (Part 1)

by Don Hank The religious Left, which cherry-picks the Bible to support an ungodly agenda, is as old as mankind. Their antics and the price mankind has had to pay for this misbehavior are, arguably, the salient theme of the Bible. Satan was the first to introduce confusion into man’s interpretation of God’s words. New …

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Dec 02

America’s Failed Fascists

America’s Failed FascistsBy Thomas E. Brewton Big-government attempts to manage the economy, not the stock market  crash, caused the Depression of the 1930s. I’ve touched upon the subject in a number of postings under the head  of economics and Constitutional principles. In brief, the money supply was greatly over-expanded in the 1920s by  the newly …

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