Thu, 08/10/2006

An article called "Who's in Charge Here?" in the Summer, 2006, edition of "the Wilson Quarterly" opens with these words: "The 20th century taught...

Thu, 08/10/2006

Years ago, I read a tract that claimed to be the story of Charles Darwin turning to God on his deathbed. Later, I read that this story was a myth...

Thu, 08/10/2006

In 1513, Nicolo Machiavelli wrote the all-time classic on power politics; a book called "The Prince." Early in this book, Machiavelli gives...

Thu, 08/10/2006

The following is an excerpt from Soldiers in Training by Brother Daryl Coats.

Thu, 08/10/2006

The following is an excerpt from Soldiers in Training by Brother Daryl Coats.

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Tue, 08/08/2006

Those politicians and liberals who insist on ignoring the real dangers in this world must create monsters almost out of the morning fog in order...

Tue, 08/08/2006

When my children were growing up, we kept a long-standing tradition from my wife's family of telling our children at bedtime: "Sleep tight, and...

Tue, 08/08/2006

According to an editorial in today's Wall Street Journal by Bernard Lewis, August 22nd of this year corresponds to the 27th of Rajab in the...

Thu, 08/03/2006

From an article in the August 5, 2005, edition of "World" magazine, we learn of the growing dangers in America for those who practice biblical...

Thu, 08/03/2006

A woman who is raped in a Muslim country is often treated as the criminal and not the victim--in a very literal way. Under Hudood, a set of...

Daily Proverb

Proverbs 19:21

There are many devices in a man's heart; nevertheless the counsel of the LORD, that shall stand.
Thoughts & Meditations
Be Still in the Midst of NoiseIt is significant that the psalm in which the words ‘Be still’ occur [Psalm 46] is filled with noise and commotion. The earth shakes, the waters roar and are troubled...
Law Made Sin Exceeding SinfulJohn Owen comments (published in 1668): “As a man that finds himself somewhat distempered, sending for a physician of skill, when he comes requires his judgment of his distemper; he, considering his...