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One Of The North Korean Detainees Handed Pence A Note. What Was Written On It Was Inspirational. By Hank Berrien

On Thursday, Vice President Mike Pence, a devout Christian himself, shared a moving moment that occurred when he met the three American detainees returning from North Korea: one of the men handed him a note on which was written the … Continue reading

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John Wycliffe – Morning Star of the Reformation

(This Perspective is a bit longer and denser than my normal postings. But I trust you’ll find it worthwhile to plow through the entire post.) This year marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Conferences are being held, sermon … Continue reading

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Review of If You Can Keep It

In his book, If You Can Keep It: The Forgotten Promise of American Liberty, Eric Metaxas presents the case that our country is worth fighting for and cites the obligations of its citizens to preserve the freedom that our forefathers … Continue reading

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Review of Rawhide Down

Del Quentin Wilbur’s Rawhide Down: The Near Assassination of Ronald Reagan, is a minute-by-minute account of the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan. Using his superb skills as an investigative reporter, Quentin gives the reader a glimpse into the President, … Continue reading

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10 Most Significant Discoveries in the Field of Biblical Archaeology

Archaeology Gives Context Biblical archaeology is a wide field offering modern readers fascinating insights into the everyday lives of people mentioned in the Bible. While archaeological findings don’t prove the truth of Scripture, they do have the potential to enrich … Continue reading

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The Fall of Nanjing as My Grandmother Lived It. David D. Chen

  On December 13, 1937, my grandmother, a woman of barely 22 years named Wein-Shiu Liu Chou, heard the steady barrage of artillery from Imperial Japanese troops as they began their final assault on Nanjing, her hometown in China. The … Continue reading

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Archaeologists make discovery in Jerusalem that may have belonged to biblical Prophet Isaiah Chris Enloe

  Archaeologists in Israel made a marvelous discovery during a recent excavation at the foot of the southern wall of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. According to the Biblical Archaeological Society, scientists discovered a clay seal stamp they believe belonged … Continue reading

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