• Topic: Churches Closing Is the church in America dying? So many different sources seem to say so. But Dr. Byron Johnson, a professor at Baylor who used to teach at Princeton and at the University of Pennsylvania, does not agree. He says that a lot of church activity is under-reported. He said that in their […]

  • The founding fathers did not have the same view as do today’s elite on “the separation of church and state.” Paul Strand of CBN News did an excellent job in a report on this subject. It includes Jerry Newcombe, Bill Federer, David Barton, and others as guests. DIRECT LINK

  • Since last month’s killing of 26-year-old missionary, John Allen Chau, a lot of ink has been spilled. On November 17, 2018, Chau of Washington state died at the hands of an isolated tribe in an island that is under India’s jurisdiction, although it is about 1000 miles southeast of India. North Sentinel Island is closed […]

  • Dr. Jerry Newcombe was interviewed recently by Tom McGuff on live television out of Pittsburgh, Cornerstone-TV’s program, “Real Life.” Watch it here:

  • Topic: Religion and Founding Era of America: the Muhlenberg Brothers Mel Gibson made famous an episode during the American War for Independence. A minister from the pulpit preached from Ecclesiastes 3, “There’s a time for a peace, and a time for war.” When he said war, he took off his clerical robe and was dressed […]

  • Topic: Censorship on the Campus Dr. Alex McFarland is an author of 19 books and a speaker. He’s also a radio host. His ministry is Truth For a New Generation. He has a heart for reaching millennials for Christ. One of his books is “Abandoned Faith: Why Millennials Are Walking Away and How You Can […]

  • Topic: Christ in Christmas at the Movies Dr. Ted Baehr is longtime publisher of Movieguide.org, which provides a biblical perspective on the movies. Dr. Baehr meets with studio executives to try and get them to promote biblical values rather than tear them down in their movies and programming. Dr. Ted Baehr joins Jerry Newcombe on […]

  • Topic: Immigration; the Border Dr. Carol M. Swain is a retired law professor from Vanderbilt. She’s also an author and a columnist. Recently, she wrote on the subject of the president and the recent border crisis. The article was called: “Reasonable or Racist? Trump’s Policies on the Central American Caravan.” One of the points she […]

  • Two separate sources recently questioned the historicity of Jesus. But let us set the record straight. First, on a comedy show on TBS, “The Guestbook,” just before Christmastime, one of the characters likened belief in Jesus to belief in Santa. The episode is called, “Tonight you become a man”—where a character supposedly becomes an adult […]

  • D. James Kennedy Ministries writes: “As we celebrate the advent of Jesus Christ at Christmas time, skeptics abound, in magazine stories and TV documentaries. Attacks on the reliability of the Bible are nothing new—but we see the same arguments endlessly packaged and repackaged for new audiences. “How do we know the Christmas story is true? […]

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