In response to the Islamist terrorist attack in Manchester, England, which killed 22 people and wounded 120, evangelical leader Franklin Graham posted a sharply worded warning on his facebook page.
“EVIL LOSERS. President Donald J. Trump was so right when he called the Manchester Islamic terrorists ‘losers.’ The truth is, they’re losers in this world and in the next.” Continue reading
Last week one of our readers asked me to write about “how Christians should approach the current political climate and the Syrian Refugee?” I responded that I would think about. And I have been.
Like most issues of national and international importance there are several different valid viewpoints. And many are steeped in politics. Too often Christians allow their political views to influence their attitude and response in a negative way to those who differ. I have noticed some very sharp exchanges on facebook among brethren on this issue. Continue reading
Today is the 64th annual observance of the National Day of Prayer.
According to NDP web site a joint resolution by Congress which was signed by President Harry Truman in 1952 declared an annual national day of prayer. In 1988, President Ronald Reagan signed an amended law that set aside the first Thursday of every May. Since then every President has signed a proclamation, encouraging Americans to pray on this day. Continue reading
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