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Monthly Archives: January 2015

  • Warning to French Police: "Don't Go There Without Significant Backup"

    by Larry Spargimino

    shariah zoneIn 1 Corinthians 5:6 we read: “Know ye not that a little leaven leaveneth the whole lump?” We could apply it and say: “Don’t you know that a few no-go zones destroys a city?”

    FoxNews reports that there are actually some 751 no-go zones in France. These are neighborhoods where neither tourists not the police dare to enter, areas where poor and alienated Muslims have intimidated the government into ceding authority over them and turning those neighborhoods into shariah-dominated slums.

    One observer said: “These ‘no-go’ zones are essentially breeding grounds for radicalism, and it’s a very big problem. ... These are areas where essentially the French government has lost control.”

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  • The Takeover of American Universities by Radical Islam

    by Carol Rushton

    muslims-praying-APAmericans are becoming more concerned about what they see as the Islamization of our own country. After the recent terror attacks in Paris, the following article is very disturbing.

    Breitbart.com is bringing attention to the Muslims' success at taking over American university campuses in a January 15, 2015, article titled "Muslim Call to Prayer To Be Chanted Every Friday at Duke University."

    "In a new initiative to promote religious pluralism, Duke University will broadcast the Muslim call to prayer every Friday on campus. The call to prayer—also known as “adhan”—will be chanted by the Duke Muslim Student Association.

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  • Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God

    by Bob Glaze

    time_Is-God_Dead_coverIn 1966, Time magazine ran a cover article entitled "Is God Dead?" That began an assault on Bible-believing Christians that became a crusade against truth. Everywhere you looked, both in written and electronic form, was the statement "Is God Dead?" It became the patent answer for every skeptic that did not want to face the possibility that they were answerable for their rebellion against God. Years have passed since that article, and now the idea is waning—even though the world is a much worse place. The saying that "God is dead" gave rise to not only new punchlines for comics, but was the cover for licentious acts that would not even occur to a dog's basic instincts.

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  • American Exceptionalism?

    by David Schnittger

    crying_flagIsrael was chosen to be a unique and specially treasured people among all the nations of the world: “For thou art an holy people unto the LORD thy God, and the LORD hath chosen thee to be a peculiar people unto himself, above all the nations that are upon the earth” (Deut, 14:2). However, at the end of the period of the Judges, the elders of Israel approached Samuel the prophet and demanded, “Behold, thou art old, and thy sons walk not in thy ways: now make us a king to judge us like all the nations” (1 Sam. 8:5). Samuel warned them profusely not to ask for this (vv. 10-18), but they wouldn’t listen: “Nevertheless the people refused to obey the voice of Samuel; and they said, Nay; but we will have a king over us” (1 Sam. 8:19)

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  • Trends—But Not Defeat

    by Larry Spargimino

    church1 Long ago a great army came against Jehoshaphat. Second Chronicles 20:3 says he “feared, and set himself to seek the Lord.” Later, in the same chapter, verse 20, we read his words of encouragement to God’s people: “Believe in the Lord your God, so shall ye be established; believe his prophets, so shall ye prosper.”

    It’s always rewarding and edifying to look at where we are going, and from whence we have come. It’s also exalting to the Lord whom we worship and praise to see how the prognosticators who have prophesied our doom have been totally wrong.

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  • The Cost of Standing Tall

    by Larry Spargimino

    Controversial: French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo is edited by Stephane Charbonnier Controversial: French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo is edited by Stephane Charbonnier

    Charlie Hebdo, meaning “Weekly Charlie,” is a French satirical publication featuring cartoons, jokes, and religious satire. It is stridently non-conformist and decidedly anti-religious. It publishes articles against Catholicism, Judaism, and Islam and, according to its former editor, Stephane Charbonnier, its editorial viewpoint reflects “all components of left-wing pluralism.”

    The weekly has been the victim of two terrorist attacks: a firebombing in 2011, and the recent shooting massacre on January 7 of 2015. In the latter massacre at least twelve were killed, eleven wounded, four seriously. Some of the cartoons have been highly inflammatory, as the one on February 9, 2006. The front page showed a weeping Muhammad saying, “It’s hard being loved by jerks.”

    Charlie Hebdo seems to take delight in cooking sacred cows. One commentator stated: “Its pages are filled with vulgar caricatures and caustic humor, lampooning politicians, entertainers and media personalities of all stripes.”

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  • Transgender Regrets

    by Larry Spargimino

    While a certain segment of society is pushing for laws against transgender discrimination, there is another segment of society warning against the danger of sex change operations.

    The Federalist for November 11, 2014 features an intriguing article by Stella Morabito, titled “Trouble In Transtopia: Murmurs of Sex Change Regrets.” It’s an eye-opening read, but, unfortunately, transgender people who regret their sex changes typically end up buried in venom rather than being loved.

    Renee_Richards Renee Richards

    Rene Richards and Mike Penner are well known as male-to-female transgenders, the former from the 1970s and the latter recently. Both have stories of misgivings and sorrows that cannot be explained away through the common quip: “It’s society’s fault.”

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  • The Cupboard Is Bare: How the Government Is Wasting Your Money

    by Carol Rushton

    money burningFor years, Congress has been spending us into oblivion, as is evidenced by our $18 trillion federal debt, which does not include programs such as Social Security and Medicare. For years, conservative members of Congress have been trying to reduce the federal government’s out-of-control spending. They have been thwarted by Democrats and Republicans alike. Most have the attitude of California Democratic congresswoman Nancy Pelosi. The Washington Times reported on September 22, 2013, her remarks about Congress’ budget. “The cupboard is bare. [There are] no more cuts to make. It’s really important that people understand that.” She then characterized Republican efforts to make budget cuts as “pointless.”

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  • Emerging Justice for Religious Minorities in Pakistan?

    by Larry Spargimino

    A Christian couple, Shazad Masih and his pregnant wife, Shamba Bibi, were burned to death on November 4, 2014, by an angry mob of 500 to 600 persons who claimed the couple was guilty of burning pages from the Muslim Holy Book, the Qur’an.

    The post mortem report on their twin deaths, first revealed in the Supreme Court of Pakistan on December 15, showed that both husband and wife were alive when they were thrown into the brick kiln. The murder happened on November 4. They were bonded laborers in the brick kilns. They were heavily in debt to the owners of the brick kiln where they worked in Punjab Province, and were not allowed to leave even after trouble started.

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  • Do You Really Want a Tattoo?

    by Larry Spargimino

    Japanese-TattooTattoos have been around for thousands of years. The ancient Canaanites, 3,400 years ago, used tattoos. Leviticus 19:28 states: “Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the Lord.”

    According to WebMD, a tattoo is “a puncture wound filled with ink.” WebMD has a slideshow: Pictures of Tattoo Problems. They are pretty ghastly.

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