The “Big Three” major networks, ABC, NBC and CBS, which have shaped American television for the last two decades, are apparently losing their monopolistic control over the public. Viewers instead are turning to VCR’s, cable, and an “upstart fourth network,”…Read more
WASHINGTON, D.C. (EP) – “In God We Trust.” This affirmation of faith was put on U.S. currency at the urging of a Christian preacher, and may come off of U.S. currency at the urging of atheists, according to the National…Read more
WASHINGTON, D.C. (FR) – The Supreme Court recently rejected a university professor’s appeal to offer a “non-theistic” invocation during the opening sessions of Congress. Paul Kurtz, professor of philosophy at New York State University in Buffalo and drafter of A…Read more
NEW YORK CITY (FR) – Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the popular sexologist, made some very startling remarks at a recent New York City Council committee meeting about the need to teach morality in public schools. Her statements were shocking to those…Read more
PRINCETON, NJ (EP) – America’s belief in astrology has declined significantly, despite First Lady Nancy Reagan’s involvement in the occult practice, according to a Gallup Poll taken in mid-May. The poll, conducted for the Princeton Religion Research Center…Read more
Supposedly the largest cocaine seizure in U.S. history took place in late April in Tampa, Florida. Thousands of Brazilian cedar boards that had been hollowed out and stuffed with Colombian cocaine were x-rayed and split apart by federal agents, according…Read more
Review of Time magazine article by Garry Wills An editorial columnist for Time magazine said presidential candidate Pat Robertson is striking a chord in the hearts of the American people – and that political analysts are making a serious mistake…Read more
Cocaine use fell by 20 percent in 1987 among high school seniors, and other illicit drugs including marijuana continued a seven year decline among the same age group, according to a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) annual…Read more
Gainesville, FL (FR) – Youths during the ’60s anti-establishment period are today more religious than the national average, according to a poll conducted by Better Homes and Gardens. It was the magazine’s first poll on religion which garnered 80,000 respons…Read more
WASHINGTON, D.C. (EP) – Knowledge of the Bible needs to be stressed in schools, Education Secretary William Bennett said November 30, while addressing a conference of the American Enterprise Institute, which sponsored a day long panel “The Spirit of the…Read more
Featuring Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry at the 1999 Ligonier conference
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