AIDS Awareness Week at Satellite High School Can We Bring Real CHANGE to Government? Church and State Three abortion doctors quit Whitewater Explained - Part 2 Witch Prays at Titusville City Council MeetingRead more
By Joel Robinson MERRIT ISLAND – Last year, I was a Senior at Satellite High. In about March of 1995, during AIDS Awareness Week, all the students including myself attended the AIDS-Awareness classes on “safe-sex.” In this class, three HIV-positive…Read more
By Graham Dugas Why is it so hard to have real and effective change in the laws that come out of Washington? Consider, for example, the National Endowment of Arts (NEA), you know, the folks who brought us the infamous…Read more
Some Common Misunderstandings By Don Long Under the guise of the First Amendment, sometimes called the “Separation of Church and State amendment,” the United States government has discouraged the public practice of the Christian faith. The U.S. Supreme Court banned…Read more
Pro-lifers take back “no-free speech” buffer zone By Meredith Raney MELBOURNE (May 18, 1996) – Melbourne’s only abortion clinic has killed two days a week for the past seven years. The last four weeks they have only killed one day…Read more
– or – The paperless office is pioneered by the Rose Law Firm By Nicholas A. Guarino Will Bill and Hillary be indicted for masterminding all the land deals that fall under the label Whitewater? I expect they eventually will…Read more
(So Do Hundreds of Christians) By Ray Olinger An invitation from the Titusville City council to a self-proclaimed witch, Jacque Zaleski, to open their meeting with an invocation drew over 300 people. Zaleski traveled from Palm Bay to open the…Read more
The Model of Christian Liberty. This DVD includes “Dawn’s Early Light: A Brief History of America’s Christian Foundations” and bonus features.
A sweeping epic chronicling the rise and decline of Western thought and culture
The Forgotten Power of the Public Proclamation of the Gospel
The Book of Daniel in Preterist Perspective
Sixteen noted Christian leaders and scholars apply the Ten Commandments to American life.
Featuring Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry at the 1999 Ligonier conference