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With guest Craig Parton.
Rev. Rod Zwonitzer and guest Craig Parton talk about the three main views of human rights.
Associate Editor’s note: with this post we welcome Pastor Bruce Timm to our usual writing crew. After he gave me the smackdown on my own radio show (multiple times), I knew we had to get him writing for us. Plus, he’s written some really fa…
Paul Copan of Palm Beach Atlantic University
Dr. John Warwick Montgomery of Patrick Henry College “Giant in Chains: China Today and Tomorrow” by Dr. John Warwick Montgomery “Christ as Centre and Circumference” by Dr. John Warwick Montgomery International Academy of Apologetics, Evangelism & Human Rights Other books by Dr. John Warwick Montgomery
With guest Craig Parton, a specialist in civil liberties and the legal defense of the gospel from the International Academy of Apologetics, Evangelism & Human Rights.
The rise of religion globally threatens human rights, according to British academic Stephen Hopgood in an op-ed piece in the Washington Post. After the jump, read his argument and consider the thoughts I raise. From Stephen Hopgood, The end of human rights – The Washington Post: Human rights made sense for a secularizing Europe that [Read More…] . . . Read All
“Unbelief is a sign of the devil’s very existence. A dead man does not know he is dead. He has been born spiritually dead and under the captivity of the devil. In Ephesians chapter two, Paul addresses this problem. He uses the Greek word for corpse (nekrous) to describe the pre-converted state of men. Yet, Paul is not speaking about physical death. He refers to those who are literally “walking dead” people. Those who have not been made alive by the Word of God are lost in captivity and blindness of Satan.” -From the book, I Am Not Afraid To Read more see: http://www.cph.org/p-22685-i-am-not-afraid-demon-possession-and-spiritual-warfare.aspx?SearchTerm=lutheran%20spirituality  Ephesians 2:1. Filed under: Books on Spirituality, Walking Dead Tagged: Christian, Christianity. . . Read All
President Obama spoke to Planned Parenthood this morning (Friday, April 26th). He said all sorts of things. Yet what was most galling, at least in my mind, is how he ended his speech. Here’s what he said: (source) “As long as we’ve got to fig…