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Pro-Abortionist Turns Pro-Life

Q. What has happened to nurse Brenda Pratt Shafer who launched the partial-birth abortion controversy? A. Shafer is a registered nurse and, according to her Web site, she’s currently writing a book. Shafer says she was pro-choice before she worked in a women’s clinic in Ohio in 1993. But, she says, the experience changed her(…)

Meditations on the first question of the Westminster Shorter Catechism

A few months ago I wrote a brief blog with a few meditations on the famous first question of the Westminster Shorter Catechism. I thought it would be helpful to make a few more observations. As often as it is recited, it needs at least some further examination. The purpose of this particular question was(…)

Biblical Sobriety During Tragedy!

While most of America was singing “Silent Night” in the last few days, Indonesia, Thailand and India were crying TRAGEDY! With the death toll of over 42,000 the world sees the massacre of the biggest earthquake in the last 40 years. Geoscience Australia said the quake, measuring 8.1 on the Richter Scale, hit the Macquarie(…)

Delight in Dominion

The church does not need to wait for a new Constantine for an era of peace. Christians have been ordered to delight and pursue the glories of the kingdom now. The kingdom of God will not be as in heaven until we sense God’s work to be a reflection of His desire for worldwide dominion.(…)

Does Republicanism mean Pro-Life?

In an article written a few days ago related the sad reality of the Republican party. If this party were truly consistent with how evangelicals (who by the way without which the Republicans would have vacated the White House) view the Republican Party, these sorts of articles would never have been written. But the(…)

The Forgotten History of the Pledge of Allegiance

By Gary DeMar The Pledge of Allegiance is once again in the news. David Habecker, a council member in Estes Park, Colorado, has decided not to stand to say the Pledge because he has a problem with the addition of “under God” to the original version. As a result, there is a recall effort under(…)