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Does Sin Even Exist? By: Denny Smith | Jul 14th 2015 – Does sin even exist? In the America of today, a postmodern, secular society that some are calling post-Christian, where the very idea of God and Christianity are being called into question one cannot help but wonder what then be.es of sin in such a culture. Does it cease to exist? Tags: sin, liberalism, values, Christianity, culture, word of God Islam And Other Ideologies By: Sohad Tolba | Aug 28th 2012 – In this article, I am presenting a .parison between Islam and different ideologies human has passed by. Tags: islam – idoelogies – Internet Fraud And Theft By: kelvin ruther | Jan 19th 2012 – During recent era of history, human race has surrounded by voices and words. The most prevalent norm in today"��s life is liberalism. Every body is free to have any ideology, free to think, speak or criticize but the recent .munication sources are changing their faces so quickly that a .mon knowledge seeker has confused … Tags: online spamming, internet fraud, spamming on net Texas Declares Rino Season Open On Joe Straus By: Michael Kinzie | Nov 24th 2010 – Texas has officially declared open season on RINOs and more specifically Joe Straus. During a leadership conference this weekend in San Antonio, Tea Party leaders agreed that the number one priority of Texas is to oust RINO Joe Straus as Speaker of the House of Representatives. Tags: politics, joe straus, texas, house, speaker, representatives Liberalism Or Conservatism By: Mr. Decal | Sep 13th 2010 – This editorial will be a view of liberalism, and conservatism systemic beliefs. Furthermore, what these two divergent philosophies impede or promote. The terms’ liberal, and conservative I believe are really talking points. The more accurate terms are socialism, and individualism. Tags: Liberalism, conservatism, decals, labels, security signs Glenn Beck 8/28 Rally – Review And Opinion By: Rob Stanley | Sep 6th 2010 – Anyone who can fill the National Mall with a crowd of that magnitude MUST have a message that’s solidly resounding with Americans. In the hours and days following, it has been amusing watching the detractors do their best to make light of the Glenn Beck Restoring Honor Rally and its impact. The event was uplifting and inspi … Tags: Glenn Beck, Restoring Honor Rally, 8 28 Rally, restoring honor rally washington dc, Sarah Palin, Dr Alveda King Paradise Lost – The .mon Aspiration For Freedom By: Michael C. Miller | Aug 10th 2010 – Throughout history and across the world, from ancient shamanic religions to Islam, humanity is described as having long ago fallen from a higher, more pure state of being. Tags: paradise lost, freedom Apartments With Heavens Touch! By: A. Schwartz | Jul 1st 2010 – New York City, one of the largest cities in the world , segmented into five boroughs. Brooklyn is second largest in area and the most populous borough with about 3 million residents. It is also the western most .. Tags: luxury Brooklyn apartments, Park Slope Apartments, apt Brooklyn ny, apts in brooklyn Historical Theology: Principal Doctrinal Discussions Part 1 Of 2 By: Still Waters | Jun 17th 2010 – "Historical Theology: A Review of the Principal Doctrinal Discussions in the Christian Church Since the Apostolic Age (2 Volume Set) by William Cunningham." Tags: Historical Theology, William Cunningham, Romanism, Socinianism, Arminianism, Iain Murray Principal Doctrinal Discussions: Historical Theology Part 1 Of 2 By: SWRB | Jun 17th 2010 – "Historical Theology: A Review of the Principal Doctrinal Discussions in the Christian Church Since the Apostolic Age (2 Volume Set) by William Cunningham." Tags: Church Government, Justin Martyr, Ireneus, Pelagian, Erastianism, Nicene Creed Do We Still Need Christian Leaders? (part 1) By: Dr Gerrit van Vuuren | May 31st 2010 – Over the past number of years I have heard many arguments against leadership in Christian groups. Shall we account it to liberalism? Perhaps progressive thoughts? Or is it to be expected in post-modern Christianity? Tags: Christian Leadership, leaders, Jesus Christ, motivate, manipulate, abusive, Leadership style of Jesus Christ, Leadership style, shepherd, Manage Your Team Successfully Through Reorganisation By: Richard Stone | May 16th 2010 – Effective leadership is a major factor to high performing teams. This article covers a number of tips to provide effective team leadership Tags: leadership training San Francisco, San Diego And Los Angeles – Places To Visit And Sights To See By: Steven Magill | Apr 1st 2010 – There are many nice places to visit in the West Coast, California in particular. San Francisco, for one, seems to have one of the best weather all year round, with everything being moderate. Their summers are not too warm and dry and their winters, albeit chilly, are not extreme in some areas. Tags: dui attorney san diego, dui lawyers san diego, dui defense san diego, san diego dui lawyer, dui attorneys san diego, dui in san diego, dui san diego, san die Dating Before Marriage- Why Don"��t It Work In India By: Shadaan Alam | Jan 11th 2010 – In the Indian society where tradition and values still reign supreme dating before marriage is often looked at with much discernment. We are still tied down with our old inherited customs where there is no place for dating. It is not well accepted unlike the Western culture where it is deeply rooted and wel.ed as well. Tags: hindu matrimonials, online matrimonial, india matrimony, portal, wedding A Crisis Is A Terrible Thing To Waste By: Drew McKissick | Dec 19th 2009 – The GOP’s 2008 election defeat planted and watered the seeds of what the party has been in need of for a long time – a real conservative revolution. Tags: politics, republicans, conservatives, conservatives opportunity in the GOP Australasian Wine Producers Profiting From More Freedom By: Jenny Fountain | Dec 9th 2009 – Many countries in Australasia have benefited from shunning wine making convention and selling their own unique types Tags: wine, rose, blending, australia Billy Graham And Theological Humility, Will The Next Generation Follow In His Foosteps? By: Aaron Taylor | Nov 2nd 2009 – While I’m looking forward to the Innovative Evangelism Conference next week, I think a serious reflection on the man that most of us attending the conference draw the bulk of our inspiration from—Billy Graham—is in order. Tags: Billy Graham, fundamentalism, theological liberalism, evolution, intelligent design, Nixon, Vietnam War, Next Generation Alliance, agnostic, unevangelized Austin: A Sparkle Of Liberalism In The Star Of Texas By: Crystal Kilpatrick | Jul 27th 2009 – The city bucks the trends of the state of Texas by having no city ordinance against women going topless in public, being the only county in Texas to vote against the Constitutional Amendment to outlaw gay marriage, and containing the only clothing-optional park in the state. Tags: austin texas, texas real estate investments, austin, home buying, real estate investments Obama At Notre Dame: It’s About Lives Not Opinions By: Rev Michael Bresciani | May 18th 2009 – The administrators at Notre Dame had it in mind to foster tolerance and diversity with those of differing opinions. Among the graduating class a few students had Obama’s circle logo pasted on their caps leaving no doubt what was in their minds. Tags: Notre Dame, Barack Obama, .mencement, address, FOCA, millstone, Pope, Catholic, Benedict, marxism, Nazism, ecclesiastical, church, Ann Coulter, Pelosi, Pelosian, Ob Eschatology Speaks To Progressive Liberalism: Tree Climbing In America By: Rev Michael Bresciani | May 14th 2009 – There has never been a time in history when the terms Eschatology and progressive liberalism have meant more yet it is also a time when speaking rationally of either of them would first require a very specific definition for both. What are the definitions and why are they so important today? Tags: Liberalism, eschatology, second .ing, progressivism, apostasy, exilic prophecies, pre-millennial, prophetic, global warming, neo-political, geo-political, PC, t Everyone Benefits From Christianity By: Phillip Ross | Apr 26th 2009 – Though education does not and cannot save anyone, Christian education is good for everyone. The saved need to be educated in godliness for their own sanctification. The lost who are not-yet-saved need to be educated in godliness in order to draw them into salvation and sanctification. And the unsavable need to be educated i … Tags: christian education, public education Why America Must Return To The Faith Of Our Fathers By: Rev Michael Bresciani | Mar 25th 2009 – Skilled statisticians like George Barna and carefully researched studies from the Pew Reports all show a declining moral climate and a gradual but alarming number of youthful exits from the church in America. Is it chronic, should we be worried? Tags: Barna, Pew, Christian, Hollywood, nostalgia, Jeremiah, Roosevelt, East Room, ACLU, faith, scriptures, Colson, Falwell, Graham, Billy Sunday, Rex Humbard, charismatic, Toward Nationalizing U.s. Banks – Toward One World Order By: Rev Michael Bresciani | Mar 4th 2009 – According to bible prophecy the single reason that the worlds last and most vicious world leader succeeds where all others before him have failed is that he doesn’t attempt to conquer the world with warfare. How does he do it? Tags: Address to congress, Obama, fiscal, stimulus, EU, eu observer, G-20-brussels, American prophet, rev m. Bresciani, nancy pelosi, pelosi, magnetic rail, train, las v The Investment Gods Are Angry By: Steve Selengut | Jan 12th 2009 – Today’s obsession with short-term blinks of the investment eye is Wall Street’s attempt to take the market cycle out of the performance picture. Similarly, total return hocus-pocus places artificial significance on bond market values while it obscures the importance of the in.e produced. WCM users will have none of it; th … Tags: Capitalism, psychology, finance, WCM, working capital, investment, products, Madoff, long-term, Wall Street, Churchill, His Conservatism And Freedom By: C. Read | Dec 27th 2008 – Churchill was the 20th century’s most influential person, because he personified, defended, and extended the franchise of the orthodox Anglo-Saxon inspired [big L] Liberal-Parliamentary order. Yet his lessons, attitudes and beliefs are already forgotten. In this sense he was indeed the last of the �"’˜Conservatives’. Tags: Churchill, life of Churchill Churchill Surrenders, Roosevelt Appeases, The Ubermensch Dominate By: C. Read | Dec 26th 2008 – It is May 10th 1940 and Churchill is Prime Minister of Britain. The BBC, Guardian and other left liberal news outlets publish polls stating that 60 % of Britons believe that the war against fascist Germany cannot be won and that the French are an unworthy ally. Tags: Winston Churchill, Churchill books Book Review, Churchill And America" By Martin Gilbert By: C. Read | Dec 26th 2008 – The prolific and exceptional historian and Churchill biographer Martin Gilbert has produced another interesting volume for the expanding library of Churchilliana. Tags: Churchill books, Churchill�"’""s life Churchill From 1914-1939, And The Unnecessary War By: C. Read | Dec 25th 2008 – In modern times it is useful to learn the travails of the past. Churchill at war, is a perfect example of someone defending the Anglo-Saxon heritage of freedom, division of powers, open markets, and life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Tags: life of Churchill, Churchill books Prophecy 2009 – What Is Ahead For America By: Rev Michael Bresciani | Dec 20th 2008 – Shortly after the Electoral College cast its votes for Barack Obama an urgency .pelled me to write that goes beyond description. I suppose thats why it is called inspiration. Not all inspiration is happy and encouraging. sometimes it is a severe warning but if heeded can be inspiring. Tags: Prophecy, predictions, 2009, Obama, eligibility, constitutionality, ADF, electoral, stock market, 1929 crash, Armageddon, Esdraelon, Israel, Jesus Christ, door, Anti Will Joe The Plumber And Soccer Moms Bail Out The Usa In November 2008 By: Rev Michael Bresciani | Oct 20th 2008 – Can blue collar workers like �"’˜Joe the Plumber’ and the busy soccer moms swing the election away from the current Obama leaning trend? The answer is an unequivocal and resounding yes; but why should they. Let’s see. Tags: Barack, Obama, McCain, soccer mon, Joe six-pack, Joes, White House, keys, Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln, Rezko, Wright, Ayers, Farrakhan, Odinga, Acorn, Hamas, bombers, da Religious Stew – Pc Poison In The Pot By: Rev Michael Bresciani | Sep 27th 2008 – With apostasy (falling away) running rampant in the church and PC"��s impassioned call for diversity and tolerance in religion what are the implications for America? Let"��s see. Tags: Apostasy, Oprah, New Age, Dominion, emergent, pc, tolerance, diversity, Hovie Lister, Southern Gospel, ecumenicism, syncretism, liberalism, politics, secular, progre Modern Paintings In Vietnam "�" Rising Above The Identity Crisis! By: sam78 | Apr 24th 2008 – A short treatise on the modern paintings scenario in Vietnam today Tags: Vietnam, artist, art, paintings, modern art, culture The Global Warming Cult "�" Back To Paganism And Onwards To Higher Taxes Of Course By: C. Read | Apr 8th 2008 – The Europeans in their desire to be relevant on the world stage, have erected some immoral and vicious philosophies. Tags: Islam, Free markets, Al Gore, Churchill, Churchill and Islam, Churchill and democracy, Global Warming, Marxism, Racism, Fascism, Slavery Churchill And Palestine By: C. Read | Dec 29th 2007 – Churchill possessed three general ideas about Zionism and the establishment of a Jewish State in the British Protectorate called Palestine�"’. Tags: EU politics, Christianity, Liberals, Liberalism, Democrats, Republicans, Technology ‘god’s War’, Christopher Tyerman. Book Review By: C. Read | Dec 28th 2007 – The Muslims, aided by their intimate knowledge of geography, millions of citizens from which to draw armies, proximate logistics, and supply, should easily have repulsed these infidels from any and all conquests. Tags: EU politics, Christianity, Liberals, Liberalism, Democrats, Republicans, Technology The Bush Doctrine Works By: C. Read | Dec 22nd 2007 – The Bush Doctrine works when it is applied properly. It follows in the same path laid out by past US hegemonic aspirations at new world orders. Tags: Iraq War, War, Imperialism, The Crusades, Environmentalism, Eco-fascism, Global Warming, Globaloney, Marxism, Russia, Israel When Religion Fails In America – Prophecy Will Not By: Rev Michael Bresciani | Aug 30th 2007 – In America secular forces are actively trying to give Christianity the boot. Day by day trusted biblical precepts are being scoffed at, openly ignored and actively fought against. Tags: Christianity, religion, Rev Bresciani, denomination, church, secularism.eccumenicism, Ten Boom, Basansky, Howser, Worldview, prophets, teens, Isaiah, Daniel, Ezekie Blogging Christians And Internet Evangelism – Experts Say It Is Top Means Of Witnessing By: Rev Michael Bresciani | Aug 10th 2007 – Internet evangelism is by far the newest means of getting out the gospel message. With millions of blogs, articles, videos and interactive platforms for sharing the faith, this media must be taken seriously. Tags: Christianity, religion, blogging, blogs, opinion, Hightower, Pontius Pilate, Ray .fort, evangelism, witnessing, bible, Christ, American Prophet, diplomacy, debate Tyranny Terror And Moral Relativism – America’s Shifting Battlefronts By: Rev Michael Bresciani | Aug 4th 2007 – America was founded on the premise that men should live without tyranny from oppressive rulers and laws. It is a battle that never really ends. Tyranny has two equally dangerous and deadly sisters creeping into America’s social fabric and both are endowed with deep skullduggeries. Tags: O’Reilly, Kos, Chris Dodd, daily kos, Bush photo, relativism, Christianity, Rev Bresciani, The Factor, terror, religion, morality, satan, PC, culture, extremist, libe One True Church – Protestants Poo Poo Pompous Pope By: Rev Michael Bresciani | Jul 18th 2007 – Pope Benedict XVI has drawn fire from Protestants worldwide for saying in early July of 2007, that they are not part of the true church.�"’ Protestants have weighed in and the response has included everything from disappointment to anger. Tags: Benedict, pope, catholic, protestant, Christianity, religion, Rev Bresciani, American Prophet, penance, dogma, New York Sun, Barna, error, papacy, Luther, reformers, Maher O’donnell Hagee And Hagee – Not The Law Firm By: Rev Michael Bresciani | May 25th 2007 – Great American contrasts are produced by controversial figures everyday in the land of the free. Some of them lead to heated verbal responses, while others leave us speechless. Freedom and speechlessness may be the great American non sequitur. Tags: Maher, O’Donnell, Hagee, John Hagee, Matthew Hagee, Rosie, The View, Bill Maher, Real Time, Jesus, TBN, Rhea Miller, Catholics, Jerry Falwell, Falwell, Christians, Pr Make Christianity Relevant And Moral By: Stew Mayers | Apr 2nd 2007 – Is Christianity doomed? Is it on the wane? Is it stronger than we may think? It is hard to answer any of these questions but there are two things about the �"’˜Church’ we should know. First its �"’˜product’ and philosophy is out of step with the modern world and far too supernaturally focused. Second, most if not all … Tags: conservative, conservative groups, liberal ideas, conservative movement A .parison Of Tax Rates In The Oecd By: Stew Mayers | Mar 19th 2007 – A critical .ponent for the elite of the current nation state is the statist and populist desire to control the resources of production and to manage the distribution of wealth and to a lesser extent consumption. This has meant that in the West we have seen an increase in the practice of private property (in.e streams) a … Tags: Craig Read, productivity, social spending in Canada, .petitiveness in Canada, Confederation, Reform in Canada, Toronto Reform, Canadian Against High Stylish Garments – The Key To Success Or Simple Conformity? By: Maxim Garanichev | Feb 28th 2007 – Have ever thought why some people are followed by success systematically and some need to over.e many difficulties? Does it really mean that their IQs are lower or they are less smart? Of course, no. There are some eternal rules concerning stylish garments, which are considered to be minor by the majority. Tags: Clothes, Garments, Style, Shopping, Business Clarity Crafted From .mon Sense! By: Average Joe Boomer | Nov 30th 2006 – A massive show of political unity at home will affect troop morale, on both sides! Let’s face it; we are all liberals, no matter how conservative we may be. The Puritans who founded America conquered dangers and disasters to win religious freedom, but they were liberals. In 1754, Benjamin Franklin depicted a … Tags: Support Our Troops, September 11, World Trade Center, win votes, boost morale, t-shirts, sweatshirts, 9/11 [1][ 相关的主题文章:

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