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  • The Christian and national politics
    The Christian and national politics
    Often some will emphatically demand that one must not let his religion influence political choices. That is an amazing and very foolish stand for anyone to take. Christians, more than any other should make their choices based primarily upon their...
  • Focus on the Family provides houses for families of martyrs
    Families of Christians murdered by Muslims will receive homes
    Focus on the Family is building houses for the families of the 21 Christians beheaded by Muslims in Libya earlier this year, according to an article in the Christian Post today, Sunday, Aug. 9. The world looked on in horror as Muslim terrorists...
  • Angry protestors
    Christians should show sensitivity over killing of Cecil
    Many people that identify as Christians want to know why so many are in an uproar over the killing of Cecil the lion but not the killing of unborn babies. It is a question rarely being asked in a way that will engender any more empathy for the...
  • Sunday Meetim' Time
    Sunday Meetin’ Time: Do Christians take advantage of God?
    So often in a conversation with a fellow Christian one or more are likely to say, “God is good – God is good all the time!” No truer words were ever spoken. God is Good and Holy and Perfect and He cannot sin…He is sinless...
  • Seeking justice in Cincinnati
    Seeking justice in Cincinnati
    Cincinnati finds itself caught in the midst of a situation that seems all too familiar in recent news in the United States. A former University of Cincinnati police officer, Ray Tensing, faces murder charges for shooting an unarmed Samuel DuBose...
  • Nuclear deal with Iran ignored Christian persecution, imprisoned Americans
    Nuclear deal with Iran ignored Christian persecution, imprisoned Americans
    While Iran applauds the deal reached with the Iranian nuclear program drafted by the Obama administration and six nations, religious persecution remains rampant and three Americans are still in Iranian prison, which includes American Pastor Saeed...
  • American Outlaws: Cincinnati Chapter
    American Outlaws show their support
    The Cincinnati chapter of the American Outlaws celebrated the 4th of July weekend yesterday by watching the U.S. women win the World Cup. The American Outlaws is an organization that supports the U.S. men’s and women’s national soccer...
  • Justice Samuel Alito
    Warnings: Christians to face more persecution, vilification from pro-gay left
    On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court redefined marriage, saying that gays and lesbians have a Constitutional right to marry. While celebrated by the administration and pro-gay liberals, the ruling has prompted concerns among many, including Justice...
  • Pope on weapons manufacturers: Hypocrites who can't call themselves Christians
    Pope on weapons manufacturers: Hypocrites who can't call themselves Christians
    Pope Francis went after weapons manufacturers this week while addressing a rally of young people in the famed city of Turin, Italy. He said that those who manufacture or invest in weapons industries are hypocrites if they label themselves "...
  • Iraqi Christians desperate to survive due to ISIS expansion, rampage
    Iraqi Christians desperate to survive due to ISIS expansion, rampage
    The murderous Islamic terrorist organization, the Islamic State (also known as ISIS, IS, and ISIL), continues to expand its rampage and murdering hundreds of thousands of Iraqi Christians since ISIS came to light nearly a year ago and Christians...
  • Summer sunrise in Cincinnati
    Summer in Cincinnati
    It is summertime in Cincinnati. Welcome the heat, break out the sunscreen, and enjoy another Cincinnati summer. Students are out of school, teachers looking to regain their sanity, and the rest of Cincinnati slogging along while everyone looks...
  • St. Francis de Sales Denver
    Godliness and good works
    As Christians, we are not saved by living exemplary lives. We are saved only by faith in Jesus Christ. But as we read and study the Gospel, the Word of God transforms our lives in such a way that we eventually desire to do good works. Our service...
  • Obama-global warming
    Obama hammered in online Q&A on climate change: 'Why do you hate Christians?'
    On Thursday, President Obama took his climate change message to Twitter after a meeting at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, the Wall Street Journal reported. According to the WSJ, this is the first time Obama used his new Twitter account to...
  •  Republican presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)
    Ted Cruz shut down gay question, asks reporter if he hates Christians
    It is no secret that Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, a candidate for president of the United States, opposes same-sex marriage. His stance is more nuanced than many people will recognize since he opposes the reinstitution of the Defense of Marriage Act...
  • The legend of the seven sleepers of Ephesus
    The legend of the seven sleepers of Ephesus
    It’s 250 A.D., and the Roman emperor Trajan Decius has come up with a sure-fire way to get rid of those pesky Christians. He orders everyone in the empire – under pain of death – to make sacrifices to idols of the Roman gods,...
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