Quote of the Week

"Much of the Muslim world is at war with Western civilization. Islamists use multiculturalism as a foot in the door to attack Western and Christian values from the inside. Much of that attack has its roots on college campuses among the intellectual elite who indoctrinate our youth. Multiculturalism has not yet done the damage in the U.S. that it has in Western European countries—such as England, France, and Germany—but it’s on its way."

Walter Walliams


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Surveying the Culture War Battlefields

The past three weeks I've focused on the threat of organized evil in the United States and other nations in the 21st century. We appear ripe for such a revolution due to our deficit of character and decline of faith.

This clash of civilizations is a culture war because it pits the Judeo-Christian view of life with its emphasis on God, faith, family and freedom against secular priorities of Big Government, skepticism, family breakdown/re-definition and economic socialism. 

Most weeks I try to focus on one issue. Today, let's climb the heights and view the Bigger Picture where the culture war is being waged. I want you to think biblically when looking at all of life.

Here's a sample survey of the culture war battlefields.

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Using the Power of Words to Win the Culture War

We all recognize the power of words, either to lift up and encourage, or to deflate and destroy.

When a young person is told during childhood that they are "worthless" those words can have a profound effect on their future. On the other hand, when we tell our children often that we love them and believe in them, those positive words can motivate them toward a life of fruitfulness.

God created the universe with spoken words (Genesis 1:1)--an incomprehensible concept to our feeble minds. He solved the problem of sin by sending His Son to die in our place. John 1:1 calls Jesus the "Word" of God.

And civilizations have known for centuries that "the pen (writing words) is mightier than the sword (using force).

So how can we use words in the 21st century to win the culture war?

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