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the myth of "the wrong (or right) side of history"

Yesterday I was listening to people talking about the news of the week, when I heard someone say confidently in regard to a controversial issue that there is a wrong side of history. 688 more words

Soft-peddling Socialsm During the War of Northern Aggression

By Al Benson Jr.

Over the years I have picked up some historical fiction books about the War of Northern Aggression. Though not completely accurate historically they often do contain a large measure of truth if you know what to look for. 772 more words


“But if you don’t believe me when I tell you about earthly things, how can you possibly believe if I tell you about heavenly things?”  – Jesus to Nicodemus, John 3:12… 795 more words

Putting It All Together: Evangelicals, Gays, Blacks, & GMOs

We need each other in order to reach an understanding of viewpoints that differ from our own. Why should we bother to do this? Because no one person or group is right all of the time, and it is a natural human tendency to tend toward arrogance, self-righteousness, prejudice, and the demonizing of those with whom we disagree. 1,575 more words


Biblical Integration: The What, Why, and How

My Biblical Worldview Assignment essay for my Instructional Practices for Content Teachers class at Liberty University.

I believe there are two ditches Christian teachers can fall into when it comes to teaching and talking about worldviews and beliefs in the classroom, especially in public school classrooms. 854 more words

School Assignments

Maybe you haven’t noticed: God made two sexes

By Jesse Johnson – Posted at The Cripplegate:

Having decreed that God did not invent marriage, our culture has moved on to a new cause célèbre: the claim that neither did God invent gender. 307 more words

Biblical Viewpoint