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Bible in the News

  • Sinful and Miserable

    by Larry Spargimino

    miseryThe Bible makes it clear that all of us have sinned and we all come short of the glory of God. This is one of the key teachings of the Bible. Because of sin, all people are sinful and miserable. Some may be more restrained in their activities, but a wicked and sinful heart characterizes every human being.

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  • Should We Laugh or Should We Cry?

    by Larry Spargimino

    security guardLaw enforcement now has a new problem. How do you respond if you are summonsed to the ladies’ restroom and the complaint is: “There’s a man in the ladies’ restroom”?

    Be careful—you may be arrested!

    A female security guard working at a Washington, DC, grocery store was arrested for physically escorting a man out of the women’s restroom. He refused to leave because he said he self-identifies as a woman.

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  • Transgender Rumbles—A Presidential Election Issue

    by Larry Spargimino

    Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton

    President Obama’s bathroom focus has now spread to the 2016 presidential race.

    A spokesperson for the Clinton campaign said: “Hillary Clinton applauds the Obama administration for taking action this week to stand up for the rights of LGBT people—and particularly for the rights of transgender people—across the country. As president, she will fight to make sure all Americans can live their lives free from discrimination.”

    This kind of thinking is far more invasive than even same-sex marriage. No one has to marry a person of the same sex, but we all have to use the bathroom.

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  • Terror in the Catskills

    by Larry Spargimino

    islamic womanMany of us who were born before 1950 remember how we felt when we were told by our classroom teacher to sit in a corner because we were bad. But how about being raised by an Islamist terror cult in America?

    A woman who grew up with Jamaat ul-Fuqra, a cultish Islamist terrorist group, spoke to Clarion Project about her ordeal.

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  • Jesus on Tahir Square

    by Larry Spargimino

    Worshippers at Al-Dobara Evangelical Church in Cairo, Egypt Worshippers at Al-Dobara Evangelical Church in Cairo, Egypt

    The Al-Dobara Evangelical Church in downtown Cairo, Egypt, just adjacent to Tahir Square, is the largest evangelical church in Egypt. With a regular attendance of 7,000 praising worshippers, the story of the church’s ministry over the past several years is a demonstration and a powerful example of Christian outreach through proclamation and demonstration.

    Al-Dobara’s pastor, Pastor Maurice, was studying medicine and planned to be a surgeon. In 1985, however, someone challenged him to give his life to Jesus Christ in full-time Christian ministry.

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  • Seismic Activity on the Rise: At Home and Abroad

    by Larry Spargimino

    Mount St. Helens erupting in 1980 Mount St. Helens erupting in 1980

    On one day this past spring, some 38 volcanos were erupting worldwide, all simultaneously. In the United States, geological reports indicate that the Yellowstone caldera—a huge sea of molten rock that would fill 14 Grand Canyons—is heating the surface of the earth. Even roadways in the park are melting.

    According to the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network, over the last couple of months there have been a series of earthquakes in the vicinity of Mt. St. Helens. In one 30-day period there were some 103 quakes. The tiny quakes, which started on March 14, have been happening at a depth of 1.2–4 miles beneath the surface of the earth.

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  • Bathroom Battles: The Left Ignores the Problems and Mandates Its Agenda

    by Larry Spargimino

    inclusive restroom“There is no room in our schools for discrimination of any kind, including discrimination against transgender students on the basis of their sex,” said Attorney-General Loretta Lynch.

    U.S. Education Secretary John King, Jr. chimed in and said: “No student should ever have to go through the experience of feeling unwelcome at school or on a college campus.”

    We know better. He doesn’t really mean it. A student who comes to school with a Christian-themed shirt could very well be made to feel unwelcome. The plethora of lawsuits and threats over school prayer at games, before meals, and over after-hour Bible clubs has made a lot of people feel unwelcome but, of course, that doesn’t count.

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  • Prepping for Doomsday

    by Larry Spargimino

    bunkerMany realtors are really happy. Why? Because people are buying property—lots of it. The apocalypse has become big business.

    Today, Americans by the droves are preparing for the worst: terrorist attacks, a total economic collapse, an EMP strike-- and even zombie invasions. The business of disaster relief is exploding. Welcome to the brave new world of bunkers, panic rooms, and getting off the grid.

    If the booming sales of panic rooms is any indication, more and more city dwellers these days are obsessively worrying about everything from home invasions to terror attacks. And they are backing up those worries with cold, hard cash. They are buying acreage in the country—and building bunkers.

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  • Doomsday Around the Corner?

    by Larry Spargimino

    Soviet SS-18 missile, also known as "Satan" carries 10 warheads and has a range of over 10,000 km. Soviet SS-18 missile, also known as "Satan," carries 10 warheads and has a range of over 10,000 km.

    Russia is preparing to test a nuclear weapon and missile delivery system it claims is so powerful it could reportedly destroy a nation in seconds. The “Satan 2” missile is rumored to be the most powerful ever designed and is equipped with stealth technology to help it dodge enemy radar systems.

    Capable of carrying a dozen or so warheads, it could destroy an area “the size of Texas or France,” the broadcaster announced.

    The greatest minds of the industrial/military complex have been actively working over the past century to develop ever increasingly destructive weapons. Indeed, human civilization as we now know it, is in peril.

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  • The War on Cops

    by Larry Spargimino

    the war on copsThe War On Cops is the title of a book by Heather MacDonald, a graduate of Yale and Cambridge. She also holds a J.D. from Stanford Law School.

    For almost two years, a protest movement known as “Black Lives Matter” has convulsed the nation. Triggered by the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in August 2014, the movement holds that racist police officers are the greatest threat facing young black men today.

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