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Will the Real Nazis Please Stand Up?!! (Part 3a)

Part 3a:  Nazi and Liberal Common Ground on Social Policy:  Gun control laws [This is the third installment on a series on Nazism.  This is the first on social policy.] Stephen P. Halbrook provides the most in-depth study to date … Continue reading

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Will the Real Nazis Please Stand Up?!! (Part 2)

Part 2: Is Luther to Blame for Nazism? Luther and Racism “Anti-Semitism” often carries two different meanings, and unfortunately people often equivocate between the two. “Anti-Semitism” can refer to being against the race of the Jews. The genetic inheritance of … Continue reading

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Will the Real Nazis Please Stand Up?!! (Part 1)

1. Nazi Rejection of the Christian God 2. Nazi Rejection of the Resurrected Christ 3. Nazi Rejection of the Old Testament 4. Nazi Rejection of the Apostle Paul 5. Nazi Religion of Nature and Race 6. Nazi Plan to Destroy … Continue reading

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A Biblically Informed Response to the Evangelical Immigration Table

“I have written to him the great things of my law, but they were counted as a strange thing” (Hosea 8:12). By Mike Warren mike@christianciv.com   The Evangelical Immigration Table has issued an “’I Was A Stranger’ Challenge” to read … Continue reading

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Judge Others.  Jesus Said To.

“Do not judge by appearances, but judge with right judgment.” Jesus Christ (John 7:24) We often hear from both atheists and Christians that the Bible says that we are never supposed to judge others.  To put it as nicely as … Continue reading

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Lord of Soul and State: The Duty Of Christians to Mix Politics and Religion

“Religion and politics don’t mix” is a mantra taught throughout the United States as indisputable, absolute truth (along with the mantra that “all truth is relative”), but Christians owe their first allegiance to God, and any view of the relationship … Continue reading

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