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Nothing but the TRUTHNothing but the TRUTH

I think the purpose of this blog is to find comfort solely from the Word of...

 
PERSEVEREPERSEVERE

Lori's blog is all about Perseverance ~ running the race of faith in t...

 
artkleko's weblogartkleko's weblog

In this blog I share my journey as a coloured pencil artist, teacher and cr...

 
Diary of a WIPDiary of a WIP

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Girl With a SatchelGirl With a Satchel

Musings on glossy magazines, pop culture and girlie things.

 
The RamblingsThe Ramblings

Conversations about life, culture, ministry, ect. Ramble, rant, argue, d...

 
Christian Apologetics ExaminerChristian Apologetics Examiner

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She's really going there? The post Chelsea Clinton Believes Overturning Roe v. Wade Would Be ‘Unconscionable’ and ‘Unchristian’ appeared first on RedState.

We hear some in our society pining for the "good old days", and Donald Trump used that to his advantage in the 2016 election -- promising to "Make America Great Again". The idea is that there was a time (the 1950's) when America was a better place th...

(Cartoon image is by Drew Sheneman in the New Jersey Star-Ledger.)Evangelism is defined as spreading the gospel of christianity. In today's America, evangelicals are still trying to spread the word, but it's no longer the word of religion. It's a rig...

The chart above is from a recent Gallup Poll. It shows that christianity in the United States has suffered a sharp decline in the last few decades. In 1955, about 95% of the population claimed to be christian. By 2014-17, only about 69% claim to be c...

Revisionist storytelling. The post Wait, What? Christian Themes Written Out of ‘A Wrinkle In Time’ appeared first on RedState.

(Cartoon image is by David Horsey in the Los Angeles Times.)American evangelicals seem to have decided that political power is more important than religious principles. They have sacrificed their beliefs in the hope of gaining to power to discriminat...

Here we are, the first full week of Lent, and Jesus is really on us in today’s Gospel about how we treat the least of humanity. No, not your mother-in-law or that guy in the Prius, though he’d like us to say kinder things (or at least nothing at...