The author is concerned with the lack of truth propogated in society, and is seeking to properly define truth, to publicize it, and advocate that readers choose truth over self-deception.

Bringing a Tic-Tac-Toe Player to a Chess Tournament

For as long as I can remember, liberal Democrats have been at war with the concept of a Constitutional Republic – you know, the one that the U.S. Constitution created. But it wasn’t always this way. In the months leading up to the Civil War, Democrats knew that by abolishing […]

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Shut up and Get Out

That’s Jesus’ message to evil spirits. Wouldn’t it be terrific if words like that were only heard when spoken with authority to cast out demons or silence evil spirits?

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Hey, That’s My Line!

“Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is near” (Matthew 3:2), John the Baptist cried out from the wilderness. But now John has been silenced – imprisoned by a corrupt ruler. It was at this time that Jesus began to proclaim, “repent, for the kingdom of heaven is near”. Simon and […]

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Victory Brings Temptation

Have you ever experienced a great spiritual victory – overcoming a habitual sin, resisting an otherwise irresistible temptation, or leading a friend to Jesus Christ? Then what happens? Unexplained depression, or a major failure, or a greater temptation which catches you completely off guard! Why does it have to be […]

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Speaking Out

Alaska Governor and Republican Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin is under fire for asking questions no one else will ask: “why won’t Barack Obama explain his many domestic terrorist and radical anti-American associations to the American people?”

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Come, Be Baptized

John the Baptist was called to prepare the Way, as prophesied in Isaiah 40:3. John obediently fulfilled that call – he preached repentance and forgiveness of sin, and Jesus Christ was the fulfillment of a doctrine of salvation to come.

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