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"The choice before us is plain: Christ or chaos, conviction or compromise, discipline or disintegration. I am rather tired of hearing about our rights and privileges as American citizens. The time is come--it is now--when we ought to hear about the duties and responsibilities of our citizenship. America's future depends upon her accepting and demonstrating God's government.”

Peter Marshall, chaplain of the US Senate, 1947.

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Tuesday
Aug192014

No Character, No Justice

If you live in a cave somewhere, are spending too much time on social media, or reside in another nation besides the United States and haven't watched television recently, you might not know that marches, riots, and looting are taking place in a St. Louis, Missouri suburb called Ferguson.

Nearly every night for a week.

One of the main slogans of the marchers is "No Justice, No Peace." I agree with the general maxim that righteousness in society helps to encourage public tranquility, but it goes much deeper than that.

Without character, there can be no peace, justice or freedom.

Here's why.

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Wednesday
Aug062014

Answering Bill O'Reilly's Question about Israel

Have you ever watched a television broadcast--maybe a newscast or even a game show--where a question was posed, and when no one seemed to know the correct answer, you leapt to your feet and shouted it out toward the screen?

The other night Shirley and I were watching the O'Reilly Factor which is the number one cable news program in America. Bill O'Reilly strikes some people as arrogant, and interrupts guests when they dodge his questions in the "No Spin Zone," but he's the clearest thinking television journalist in America and that's why his program is number one.

For fourteen years running.

This week he asked a guest a question about Israel. Bill didn't know the answer and neither did his guest. The question was: "Why is the tiny nation of Israel hated by so many people and nations?

Do you know why?

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