Category Archives: Religious Freedoms

The Advent Visit

The four Sundays before Christmas are known in the Christian tradition as Advent. The word itself means “coming” or “arrival,” as in “for a visit”. During the Christmas-time season of Advent, we prepare to again observe God’s “coming” or “visit” … Continue reading

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Happy Hanukkah!

 Our Jewish friends get a head start on us Christians in celebrating at this significant season. Several weeks before we Christians celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus of Nazareth, Jews celebrate an eight-day-feast called in Hebrew Hanukkah and in … Continue reading

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Macy’s Politically-Correct Parade

Not more than 20 minutes into the 2018 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade telecast, as families gathered to give thanks to God for His blessings and celebrate their shared relationships and family traditions, viewers were confronted with “in your face” political … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks with a Grateful Heart

Just over 200 years ago, in his 1815 Thanksgiving Day proclamation, President James Madison stated: “No people ought to feel greater obligations to celebrate the goodness of the Great Disposer of Events of the destiny of Nations than the people … Continue reading

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The Quest to Know the Name of the Antichrist 

The term “Antichrist” has come to be associated with the end-times and the Book of Revelation, by believers and non-believers alike. But, in reality, the term is not found anywhere in “the Revelation of Jesus Christ” at all. Rather, the … Continue reading

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Righteous Reflections on the Fourth of July

On the recent annual celebration of our nation’s nativity, I joined with one of my daughters and her ten-year-old daughter to attend an old-fashioned, home-town, 4th of July parade! It had all the pomp and circumstances a medium-sized community could muster. … Continue reading

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Israel’s Story @ 70

The Land of Israel, “Eretz Israel,“ as it is known in Hebrew, has always been a land bridge connecting the early civilizations living between the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers to the northeast and those in the Nile River valley of … Continue reading

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