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Mark Steyn, in an article about Barack Obama’s patriotism and love of Christianity, quotes Theodore Dalrymple: In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, nor … Continue reading
This year, in an unusual twist, as Christian song was nominated for an Oscar. It was “Alone Yet Not Alone” from the movie by the same title, performed for the film by Joni Eareckson Tada (yes, Joni). However, in an … Continue reading
Well, 2014 is upon us, and despite all odds we are still here. 2013 saw a decrease in blog traffic. In part, this was a return to normal, as we had a record number of hits in 2012 due to … Continue reading
This is a video of Phil Robertson preaching at Saddleback, apparently just before the brouhaha erupted. He says absolutely nothing that is not being said at thousands of churches in America every Sunday. He also puts to rest any accusation … Continue reading
Report: A&E Put Duck Dynasty On The Air Because They Wanted Us To Laugh At The Robertsons, But Was Surprised When They Became Loved (Updated)
(The family pretty much agrees with what was reported here–make sure you read the update at the end of the post.) This story by the National Catholic Register appears to shed some light on why A&E would dump their most … Continue reading