Supreme Court Upholds World War I Cross on Public Land in 7-2 Decision – Radical Atheists and Democrats Hit the Hardest

Supreme Court Upholds World War I Cross on Public Land in 7-2 Decision – Radical Atheists and Democrats Hit the Hardest by Jim Hoft for The Gateway Pundit They won’t be happy until they destroy every symbol of God in the country. An activist federal court ruled in October 2017 that the 1925 American Legion Memorial to World War I in Maryland must be removed. The 87 year old memorial has a cross and, according to the liberal court, that violates the US Constitution. The 40-foot tall Maryland memorial became…

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The black hole and the cross

The black hole and the cross by J John  for Christian Today I was fascinated by the first photograph of a black hole. No, I don’t understand the physics but it spoke to me about the grandeur of the universe and in doing so strengthened my belief that the universe is made and governed by an almighty God. It also reminded me of the astonishing ability of the human mind to understand such things and confirmed my belief that as human beings we are made in God’s image. Yet what…

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What You Need to Know About the Enemy’s Schemes in This Season

What You Need to Know About the Enemy’s Schemes in This Season by DOUG STRINGER for Charisma Mag Sometimes we get the wind knocked out of us! But we can get a new perspective by coming into God’s presence and remembering the work of the cross and the power of the resurrection. As we celebrate the Easter, or Resurrection, season that is directing us toward the hope and expectation of Pentecost, let us take the opportunity to reflect on the events of Jesus’ final days. At the Last Supper, which…

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I Don’t Know Why the Atonement ‘Works,’ But I Know It Does

I Don’t Know Why the Atonement ‘Works,’ But I Know It Does by MARK GALLI – Christianity Today Christ taking our place on the cross doesn’t always make sense. It doesn’t have to. Of the many positive things one can say about the analytic philosopher and devout Catholic Eleonore Stump, this one stands out: She is no coward. During her career, Stump has tried valiantly to address the perennial problem of God’s goodness and omnipotence in the face of evil. And now she has published a book, Atonement, in which she dares…

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