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Opponents of Tebow’s Super Bowl Ad Should Make Their Own

Feb 3, 2010 3 Comments ›› Ben DuPré

Hell hath no fury like pro-abortionists faced with the truth. Pro-aborts like the National Organization for Women are throwing public tantrums over CBS's decision to run an ad featuring Univ. of Florida quarterback and evangelical Christian Tim Tebow and his mom Pam during the Super Bowl this Sunday. Pam tells how, when she became ill in ...

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What Document Are You Quoting, Mr. President?

Jan 29, 2010 4 Comments ›› John Eidsmoe

In this week’s State of the Union Address, President Obama said: "We find unity in our incredible diversity, drawing on the promise enshrined in our Constitution: the notion that we are all created equal…." Wrong founding document, Mr. President.   The word "equal" did not enter the Constitution until the ratification of the 14th Amendment in 1868.    ...

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SOTU: Reaganesque or More Obamaisms?

Jan 27, 2010 1 Comment ›› Site Administrator

In January of 1984, President Ronald Reagan used part of his State of the Union Address to promote the freedom to acknowledge God in public schools: [E]ach day your members observe a 200-year-old tradition meant to signify America is one nation under God. I must ask: If you can begin your day with a member of ...

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Gopherwood, Anyone?

Dec 18, 2009 1 Comment ›› John Eidsmoe

Abraham Kuyper once said, "Culture is religion externalized." The Bible is God's Word, but Western Civilization has been permeated with Christian influence for nearly 2,000 years, and Biblical allusions and metaphors have become part of our language and our frame of reference. That is, until recently. The "Boomer" generation did not think it necessary ...

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Civil Rights March for Unborn Americans on June 13

Jun 11, 2009 1 Comment ›› Ben DuPré

This Saturday, June 13 is a historic day for supporters of unborn life in Alabama.  Alabama Citizens for Life, the Foundation for Moral Law, and many other churches and pro-life organizations are participating in the CIVIL RIGHTS MARCH FOR UNBORN AMERICANS. Reminiscent of the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s, this event will begin with a ...

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John Eidsmoe on lawful protests

Apr 7, 2009 No Comments ›› Ben DuPré

Col. John Eidsmoe, legal counsel for the Foundation for Moral Law, participated in a radio interview yesterday with Paul Butler of Prime Time America (Moody Radio).  Along with Nat Hentoff of the Cato Institute, Col. Eidsmoe discussed the American and even Biblical history of lawful protests.  Click the link below to hear it (7.5 min.): Lawful ...

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Prayers for Presidents and public schools

Mar 16, 2009 1 Comment ›› Ben DuPré

It looks like prayer still has a prayer, according to two court cases decided in the past week. Newdow v. Roberts. First, last Thursday, March 12, 2009, a federal district court in Washington, D.C. rejected the attacks upon the clergy prayers given at the Presidential Inauguration, the latest in attacks on the public exercise of faith ...

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Imprecation: Biblical? Christian?

Feb 10, 2009 No Comments ›› John Eidsmoe

Dr. Robert E. Fugate, an Omaha pastor who holds a Ph.D in Christian Intellectual Thought and a Master of Divinity, has written a fascinating book called BIBLICAL IMPRECATIONS: CHRISTIANS' SECRET WEAPON. Wait a minute! Imprecation? "Imprecate" is defined as "invoking a curse upon" someone or something. It brings to mind the picture of ...

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Ban All Holy Days!

Jan 7, 2009 2 Comments ›› John Eidsmoe

BAN ALL HOLY DAYS! December 25 is now history, and the combatants in the "Christmas wars" have laid down their arms until next year. But the issues are far from resolved, and the conflict is far from over. Look for the guns to sound again come next December. The problem with a ban on "Merry ...

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Silenced shepherds

Oct 17, 2008 No Comments ›› Ben DuPré

Judge Moore's column this week, Silent no more, notes the undue pressure that IRS regulations under section 501(c)(3) place on a pastor and his congregation should a pastor feel led to speak out against or for a political candidate.  On Sunday, September 28, to expose its unconstitutional infringement on free speech and freedom of religion, over 30 ...

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