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The True Wonder of Christmas

Yesterday, I had the privilege of preaching at the Pauline Chapel of the world-famous Broadmoor Resort in Colorado Springs. Here’s a transcript of my message on the true wonder of Christmas: Fresh off his 19th birthday, a young American man … Continue reading

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Do You Believe in Prayer? Then, Pray!

During Sundays this month, many churches around the world are highlighting “International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians. According to Open Doors USA, some 250 million Christians suffered persecution for their faith in 2017 — far more than any other … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Tombs

Key to the historical and theological claims of Christianity is the empty tomb of Jesus. According to the canonical Gospels, archaeology and historical reasoning, this tomb was not always empty. After Jesus had been crucified, declared dead and subsequently buried … Continue reading

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God Repents of Heaven’s Closed Border Policy!!!

Pope Francis is at it again. Last Tuesday (Oct. 23rd), he berated Western countries, implying they are racist and Hitlerian for wanting to slow the hordes of migrants crossing their borders. Instead, he argued, such uninvited squatters “…“must be welcomed … Continue reading

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The Islamic Republic of Iran — “Who Will Free Us from This Body of Death?”

The Islamic Republic of Iran, established in 1979 by the Ayatollah Khomeini, has never been a benign presence among the worldwide community of nations.  From inception, it has made no secret of its hatred for Israel, and its intention to … Continue reading

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A Former Radical Muslim Reveals Three Startling Truths

In a video interview aired August 12th of this year, Hicham Nostik, a Moroccan man living in Germany, shared his journey from radical Islam to newfound freedom. Already radicalized as a young man in Morocco, he moved in the early … Continue reading

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Befriending Muslims Can Be a Joy!

Recently, on a trip to D.C., I met two Iraqi brothers, Ahmed and Ali, who serve as hotel shuttle drivers, driving me between the airport and hotel. I was the lone passenger on the trip from the airport, so had … Continue reading

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