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It All Comes Down to "Who Says?"

The following article, It All Comes Down to "Who Says?", was first published on The American Vision. While researching for my new book It All Comes Down to “Who Says?,” I came across the eugenic views of Julian Huxley (1887–1975). Julian and his brother Aldous (1894–1963), author of Brave New World and The Doors of Perception, [1] were the grandsons…

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Thanksgiving is Under Attack… Again

The following article, Thanksgiving is Under Attack… Again, was first published on The American Vision. The usual dissenters come out of the woodwork every October to disparage Columbus and November to attack Thanksgiving. Here’s the latest: Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) is being called “a racist piece of trash” and a “white supremacist” after defending the legacy of the Mayflower Compact…

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Religious Freedom at Risk

The following article, Religious Freedom at Risk, was first published on The American Vision. 400 years ago this month, a weary band of Christians from England came ashore in New England after a grueling 66-day voyage aboard the Mayflower. The Pilgrims came for one purpose, which they spelled out in writing: “for the glory of God and the advancement of…

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New Laws Mean New Sanctions

The following article, New Laws Mean New Sanctions, was first published on The American Vision. Rejecting God’s laws and their moral implications does not mean that laws and their moral implications are done away with. With the rejection of God’s commandments new commandments replace the old and a new set of sanctions that go along with them. The more things…

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Prophecy Prognosticators are Part of the "Thought Collective"

The following article, Prophecy Prognosticators are Part of the "Thought Collective", was first published on The American Vision. Like clockwork, when something bad happens in the world, Bible prophecy prognosticators start with their end-time claims. They are part of a “thought collective” where adherents share their beliefs in a closed system using the same language and shortcut responses to criticism.…

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Can an Evolved Brain be Trusted?

The following article, Can an Evolved Brain be Trusted?, was first published on The American Vision. Atheism is a worldview driven by faith in a system of thought supposedly generated by a brain that evolved from a pre-biotic soup of chemicals that randomly emits electrical impulses through its gray matter no different from a build-up of electrical energy that is…

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The Parable of the Wicked Husband

The following article, The Parable of the Wicked Husband, was first published on The American Vision. There once was a man who hated his wife. He nit-picked everything she ever did. He had friends to spy on her. With the help of others, he continuously plotted against her. He lied about her, stirring up rumors and stoking the fires of…

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The Threat of Unhindered National Government

The following article, The Threat of Unhindered National Government, was first published on The American Vision. The following article is my third response to a journalism and political science major who sent me questions to answer for a research paper she was writing. (Read Part One and Part Two) Here’s the multi-part question: Roy Moore also landed himself in some…

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Compromise Can Kill You

The following article, Compromise Can Kill You, was first published on The American Vision. If Joe Biden and company indeed have won, the more radical among his cadre will demand vengeance. AOC already has announced the intent to hold President Trump supporters “accountable.” Those of us who didn’t support Biden will be given options. Either suffer the wrath of the…

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