What does God think about a day of government-endorsed prayer and worship? Enjoy this video: God & America’s National Day of Prayer
An article I recently wrote for Liberty Magazine: “As the Arab Spring continues to unfold and degrade across the Middle East, Christians in Syria find themselves watching with a wary eye to see how their freedoms will be affected by the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad’s regime. Some Syrian Christians believe that Assad has been […]Read more "Arab Spring, Democracy, and Antichrist"
On this 225th anniversary of the Constitution of the United States of America, I am thankful for the Constitution. As a Bible-believing Christian, I am grateful that the Constitution lays the foundation of a government that is secular in nature and not religious – one of the first of its kind in history. One of […]Read more "Celebrating the Godless Constitution"
The link below is to a PDF of an old article written in the 1940’s (hence the slightly antiquated language) by Francis D. Nichol, the long-time editor of an Adventist periodical, the Review & Herald. He was responding to the argument of the National Reform Movement (a group of American Christians pushing for a National […]Read more "The Adventist Perspective: Is America a Christian Nation? By Francis D. Nichol"
Why Liberty of Conscience Is the Most Important Issue in 2012 By Stephen N. Allred When it comes to discussing political viewpoints with fellow church members silence is often eloquence. After all, haven’t we been wisely counseled to check our political views at the door when we come together as believers in Christ?[i] […]Read more "Why Liberty of Conscience Is the Most Important Issue in 2012"
These days, I’m reading through the books of Psalms and Proverbs simultaneously for my personal devotions in the New International Version of the Bible. (Each year or so, I try to read through a different translation of the Bible to see it from a slightly different perspective). So far, I’ve only gotten to Proverbs 4, […]Read more "Lord, Help Me Remember to Remember"
It was the summer of 1961, in the midst of the Berlin Wall crisis, when I was threatened with a court martial by none other than a military chaplain. The circumstance was that I was a trained infantry soldier who had up to that time been a confirmed agnostic. But throughout the first half of […]Read more "“The Great Disappearance: Adventism and Noncombatancy” – by George R. Knight"