January 28, 2013

The recent box office mega-hit ‘The Hunger Games’ caused a groundswell of controversy with kid-on-kid violence being a central element of the plot. Many commentators and concerned citizens spoke out to voice their belief that the visual theatrical depiction of kid-on-kid violence would have a much more detrimental societal effect than simply reading about it.

While it is much too early to quantitatively prove or disprove those assertions, we are able to measure a broad range of reactions among ‘Hunger Games’ movie watchers and ‘Hunger Games’ book readers.
Read MoreHunger for Violence

January 14, 2013

By Jerry Newcombe

In March 2010, ObamaCare was held up for a while in the House because there was a handful of Democratic Congressmen who were pro-life. Bart Stupak, former congressman from Michigan, led this group.
Read MoreTime to Stop the Unjust Mandate

January 10, 2013
January 10, 2013

By Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher, and Dr. Tom Snyder, Editor  

The critics and naysayers are upset. They don’t like it when we, or people like Gov. Mike Huckabee and the Rev. Franklin Graham, say that the rejection of God, Jesus, the Bible, and God’s Law is a far bigger problem than the proliferation of guns.
Read MoreTaming Media Violence vs. Promoting Gun Control

January 5, 2013

When the foundations are being destroyed, 

what can the righteous do?” 

– Ps.11:3

America is at a crossroads.  What happens politically and culturally the next four years may determine whether this land conceived in liberty will remain a free nation.

Read MoreLiberty or Tyranny: Which Will America Choose?

January 5, 2013
December 19, 2012

By Dr. Peter Hammond, Contributing Writer

One of the more recent Christmas traditions has been the repeated assertions, on the internet, in the press and from some pulpits, that the 25th December could not have been Jesus’ actual birthday.
Read MoreDispelling the Myths of Time

December 18, 2012

By Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher

But be doers of the word and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves. Because if anyone is a hearer of the word and not a doer, he is like a man looking at his own face in a mirror. For he looks at himself, goes away, and immediately forgets what kind of man he was. But, the one who looks intently into the perfect law of freedom and perseveres in it, and is not a forgetful hearer but one who does good works – this person will be blessed in what he does.

James 1:22-25 (Holman Christian Standard Bible)

Many Christian leaders are trying to address the nature of the cultural collapse, which is bringing bondage to our future generations. We have forgotten history and common sense has been jettisoned. As we know, he who forgets history is doomed to repeat it.

Ruthless dictatorships are emerging, not just in the Middle East, but also in South America, Africa, and elsewhere. People are treating government as if it is God and forgetting the real God, who is the only King willing to die to save us from our sins and pay the penalty for our acts of commission and omission.
Read MoreStep Out and Be Blessed

December 13, 2012

By Robert Knight

In George Orwell’s futuristic novel 1984, a tyrannical government masks its activities through the use of Newspeak – saying or doing something opposite of what the word means.
Read MoreFree Speech vs. Sounds of Silence 

November 7, 2012
November 5, 2012

By Jerry Newcombe

Because of the passage in 2010 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, more popularly known as Obamacare, our health care in the future could potentially change quite dramatically. Many opponents had hoped that the Supreme Court would rule it unconstitutional, but that ship sailed in late June.
Read MoreWho Will Control Your Health Care Choices?

October 23, 2012
October 19, 2012
October 19, 2012

By Dr. Tom Snyder, Editor

A recent article in the Los Angeles Times about Catholic support for the two current vice presidential candidates, Joe Biden and Paul Ryan (who both claim to be Catholic), raised the question, Is God a pro-life conservative or is he a pro-abortion liberal? A side issue to that question is whether God favors a top-down social welfare state or a capitalist state of individual private effort and individual private charity, with no government handouts.
Of course, nothing in the article pointed to any Bible verses to back up either side’s position, much less the biblical position outlined in this article.
Read MoreThe Politics of God: God Is a Charitable, Pro-Life Conservative Capitalist

September 25, 2012

Speech before the House of Representatives

by David (Davy) Crockett

Editor’s note: David Crockett, perhaps best known for his role in the 1836 defense of the Alamo, also served three terms in the United States Congress between 1827 and 1835. The following excerpt from an 1884 biography by Edward S. Ellis, The Life of Colonel David Crockett, reveals how his electorate taught him the importance of adhering to the Constitution and the perils of ignoring its restrictions.
Read MoreNot Yours to Give

September 25, 2012

By CL Gray, MD, Founder and President Physicians for Reform

“I’m not ready, I’m not ready to die. I’ve got things I’d still like to do.”1 Sixty-four-year-old Barbara Wagner wiped her tears as she spoke of her cancer’s return.
Read MoreHealthcare: The Ghost of Things to Come

August 26, 2012

By Robert Geck

Marketplace Ministers need to reclaim the seven mountains of influence on our culture. 
They are the government, business, the media, arts & entertainment (including sports), education, religion, and the family.   All these mountains surround and submit to the biggest mountain of them all, The Kingdom of God.  

August 20, 2012

By Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher, and Dr. Tom Snyder, Editor of www.movieguide.org

Huffington Post blogger, screenwriter and politically correct Kevin Miller has slandered renowned Christian evangelist Jerry Newcombe. In a radio appearance and in some articles, Newcombe opined that evildoers who massacre innocent people, like the killer who recently shot up a midnight showing of THE DARK KNIGHT RISES, seem to have no fear of Hell.
Newcombe complained that people today have no fear of God or Hell because today’s society has rejected the Christian, biblical doctrine of Hell where Jesus and His apostles clearly say that those who reject Christ will have to pay for their evil sins by suffering eternal damnation in Hell. Read MoreMore Lies from the Huff. Post: Blogger Slanders Renowned Christian Evangelist

August 20, 2012
August 10, 2012

By Glen James, Contributing Writer

While reading one of my regular news sites recently I ran across a reference to a blog post on another site advising “progressives” to fight against current and upcoming pro-life legislation and its supporters by “framing” the discussion in terms that would create a more favorable perception of abortion. What the author describes is an attempt at a systematic denial that human life actually Read MoreDNA: Proof That Life Begins At Conception!

August 10, 2012

Cowards Ignore the Truth:
The Rev. F. Earle Fox’s Objection to the Consecration of Gay Pastor Gene Robinson

Bishops, priests, deacons, and layfolk – it breaks my heart to be here. . . .
Read MoreCowards Ignore the Truth

July 24, 2012

GrassTopsUSA Exclusive Commentary
By Don Feder

         Barack Obama’s Marxism-flash in Roanoke, VA. is still making headlines. Campaigning for the Senate in Boston last week, Harvard Hag Elizabeth Warren reminded us that not only did government build the roads, but also educated the semi-literate workers businesses have to hire.
Read MoreZinn And The Art Of Obama’s Marxism

July 24, 2012
Broken Stained Glass in St. James Church

25 July marks the anniversary of a dreadful atrocity in Cape Town, a terrorist attack on St. James Church of England, which left 11 people dead and 50 wounded.

July 10, 2012

By The Anti-Jihadist

In the West, Malaysia is frequently singled out as a successful example of a moderate Islam state,
with gullible and ignorant Westerners often waxing lyrical about its old growth jungles, exotic beaches and cheap, delicious food. Malaysia has not one but nine royal families, which are all Muslim. Members of the nine take turns in ascending to the throne of the Supreme Ruler of Malaysia–the King who reigns as Head of State for a five-year term. Additionally, Malaysia’s Prime Minister and Head of Government is now and has always been a Muslim. The same applies for virtually all levels of authority in the judiciary, military, police, and education. Alongside the civil courts are the shariah courts which rule supreme in Muslim-versus-Muslim disputes, are accountable to no civil court (including the country’s highest civil court and frequently rule on disputes involving non-Muslims as well.
Read MoreInfidels Funding Islam: A Primer to Malaysia’s Disguised Jizya System

July 10, 2012

We must Restore Truth-Seeking, the Biblical Worldview, Moral Order, Christian Unity on Salvation & Biblical Government

By F. Earle Fox

The following talk was given at a pro-life conference by Crusade for Life to which clergy were invited, held at His Nesting Place in Long Beach, CA, a residence for pregnant women.  Crusade for Life is hoping to reach pastors to mobilize them to end abortion with its alleged legality. 
Read MoreA New Reformation to ReEstablish in America the Pro-Life High Ground
& to Galvanize our “Not Currently in Service” Church

June 25, 2012

Sir Issac Newton

By Glen James, Contributing Writer

Does being a Christian or believing in God and/or the Bible really mean that your worldview is against science and reason? Although this mantra likely started with atheists trying to ridicule and intimidate Christians into doubting or being ashamed of their own worldview, Read MoreAre Christians Really Anti-Science and Anti-Reason?

June 21, 2012

1151 Avenida Acaso, Camarillo, California 93012 Phone: 805.383-2000 Fax: 805.383.4089

James S. Turley
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Ernst & Young

Dear James,

As a former LSA at the U.S. Attorney’s Office SDNY and publisher of MOVIEGUIDE(r), which reaches millions, I am appalled at your insensitivity, bigotry and antagonism to faith and values when you called for corrupting young boys by exposing them perverse and aberrant behavior. In spite of the fact that you will get the support of the anti-faith bullies who have attacked faith and values, you will lose the support of millions who support the natural family by excluding them in such a misguided manner.
Read MoreAn Open Letter To Ernst & Young

June 19, 2012

1151 Avenida Acaso, Camarillo, California 93012 Phone: 805.383-2000 Fax: 805.383.4089

Ken Powell
General Mills, Inc.
P.O. Box 9452
Minneapolis, MN 55440

Dear Ken,

As a former LSA at the U.S. Attorney’s Office SDNY and publisher of MOVIEGUIDE(r) which reaches millions, I am appalled at your insensitivity, bigotry and antagonism to faith and values when you opposed preserving marriage as the union of one man and one woman in Minnesota. In spite of the fact that you will get the support of the anti-faith bullies who have attacked faith and values, you will lose the support of millions who support the natural family by excluding them in such a misguided manner.
Read MoreAn Open Letter to General Mills

June 18, 2012
June 7, 2012
Out of Control

By Jerrol LeBaron

When Congress can add hundreds of pages to a bill in the middle of the night and pass it the next morning…when Congress can bundle bills the way investment firms bundle securities…when self-serving special interests are allowed to have an exorbitant amount of influence over the laws that are passed, it is time to do something about it.
Read MoreOut of Control

May 30, 2012
May 23, 2012
May 23, 2012

By David Outten
Millions of dollars are pouring into the campaign coffers of Mitt Romney. Some making this “investment” are betting on a Romney victory and want to be considered his “friends” should he be elected. Others send money in the hope that America will elect a less liberal president. Read MoreConservative Funding: The Urgent vs The Prudent

May 11, 2012

By David Outten
MTV host Dan Savage recently “apologized” for vulgar remarks made about Christian students at the National High School Journalists Conference. Christian students walked out on his talk when he told them they should “learn to ignore the parts of the Bible that are [BS].” When some students walked out, he said, “It’s funny, as someone who’s on the receiving end of beatings that are justified by the Bible, how pansy-a** some people react when you push back.”
Read MoreThe Latest Homosexual Christophobia

May 11, 2012

By David Outten
President Obama has come out in favor of same sex marriage saying, “We are both practicing Christians, and obviously this position may be considered to put us at odds with the views of others, but, you know, when we think about our faith, the thing at the root that we think about is, not only Christ sacrificing himself on our behalf, but it’s also the Golden Rule, you know, treat Read MoreWhy Obama is Wrong on Same Sex Marriage

May 1, 2012

Christian Century Interview by David Heim, Executive Editor 
(February 2012)

An interview Rich Melheim founder of Faith Inkubators, the Faith Inkubators Foundation and the Preschool Incubators Project

CC: You’ve stressed the importance of linking church and home in Christian formation. Can you give an example (an ideal) of what you have in mind? How well are churches doing this?
Read MoreFamily Affair

May 1, 2012

by Gary Moore, Founder of The Financial Seminary

Fox News has just published an article entitled “Does America Need Ayn Rand or Jesus?” As it was written by Onkar Ghate of the Ayn Rand Institute, you can imagine how he voted. After showing what can only be described as willful ignorance about historic Christianity, he concluded by writing: “Today we face starkly different choices….Don’t we need Ayn Rand?” Rand’s philosophy supposedly considers objectivity to be a cardinal virtue. So before you vote for one or the other, allow me to share why that sounds like Pilate asking the mob to vote for Jesus or Barabbas.
Read MoreWhy America, and Particularly Washington, Should Vote for Jesus

April 27, 2012

By Jerrol LeBaron
Our country is not the nation it once was. We can no longer guarantee the American Dream, and we are not that beacon of hope to the rest of the world that we once were. The torch is dimming. We all know this.
There are many things to blame for this. We can blame the political parties whose sole criteria in endorsing a candidate is whether that candidate has the resources to win and whether that candidate will vote party line. Voting ones conscience, performing a due diligence and thinking for oneself are nowhere on the list of criteria when a political party endorses a candidate.

April 5, 2012

By David Outten and Dr. Ted Baehr

As the April 15 tax deadline approaches, you have good reason to thank Hollywood for higher taxes.

Consider the federal budget. A large portion of that budget is for means-tested welfare programs. A high percentage of the people on means-tested welfare programs are there because they’ve abandoned the traditional values the major Hollywood studios once guarded.
Read MoreHow Hollywood Raised Your Taxes

March 27, 2012
March 22, 2012

Step aside “Broadway Joe” Namath. Here comes Tebomania.

As an avid Tim Tebow fan I was stunned to hear the New York Jets even had an interest in him, much less that they would beat out Jacksonville and trade for him. But, God’s ways are higher than man’s ways.

God loves the people of New York just as much as he loves the people of Jacksonville.

God has apparently arranged an extended mission trip for Read MoreBroadway Tim Tebow? God Works In Mysterious Ways

January 27, 2012

By Jeff Holder

Is this the best we got?

That’s the nagging thought in the minds of many conservatives as they survey the candidates who want to lead our country. We talk often about “electability” and “lesser of two evils” and “picking the best of the bunch.” And we almost believe it. But deep down inside, we want a strong American conservative leader. Because we hope that he or she could give us our country back.
Read MoreIs This the Best We Got?

January 20, 2012

By Marshall Foster

On the base of this King Alfred statue the following words are found:

Alfred found learning dead, and he restored it
Education neglected, and he revived it
The laws powerless, and he gave them force
The church debased, and he raised it
The land ravaged by a fearful enemy from which he delivered it
Alfred’s name will live as long as mankind shall respect the past
Read MoreThe Perfect Candidate

January 17, 2012
December 21, 2011

By Vishal Mangalwadi
(Author of “The Book That Made Your World:
How the Bible Created the Soul of Western Civilization,” Thomas Nelson 2011)

Christianity lost America because 20th-century evangelicalism branded itself as the party of faith. By default Secularism (science, university, media) became the party of truth. This is one reason why 70% Christian youth give up meaningful involvement with the church when they grow up. Read MoreWhy Christianity Lost America?

December 17, 2011
December 12, 2011

By Gary DeMar
I’m always intrigued when I see an article on a liberal website deal with some biblical topic. I hope for the best, but I expect the worst. The latest article is written by Amy-Jill Read MoreThe Real Bible and Sexuality

December 6, 2011
November 30, 2011

This is a partial repost of PART of an article describing why the vitriolic hate is aimed at both Palin and Tebow from Canada Free Press.  The comments of Chris Read MoreTebow Terrorizes Secularists

November 30, 2011
November 22, 2011
November 22, 2011
November 15, 2011
November 3, 2011

By Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher of MOVIEGUIDE®

From New York, to Atlanta, to London, to Hobart, Australia (near where I am now lecturing) Marxists are engaged in a coordinated “occupy” movement. They’re seeking the support of the liberal media in promoting class warfare. Their mantra is that the cause of the current economic crisis is the rich oppressing the poor.
Read MoreIt’s time for Christians to “Occupy”

October 19, 2011
October 13, 2011
"With these rings. . . "

By Mike McManus

The most important statement made in the recent Presidential debate was by former Sen. Rick Santorum, who pointed to the economic importance of marriage – an issue mentioned by no one else.  It should become a fresh issue for conservatives. Read MoreMarriage: A New Conservative Issue

September 24, 2011

Tax figures from the U.S. government’s Internal Revenue Service (IRS) show President Obama’s not telling the truth when he says rich people are getting “special treatment” or aren’t paying their “fair share” in taxes than the average worker and the middle class.
Read MoreIRS Figures Show Obama Not Telling Truth on Taxes

September 13, 2011

Part 1: Cities Hosting “Go Topless Day” Events

By Donna Miller
[Warning: Some content may be considered offensive.]

In August 2011, a friend from Asheville, North Carolina, called me about a female topless Read MoreUn-Family Friendly Cities

September 8, 2011

American Minute with Bill Federer

Rome fell September 4, 476 A.D.

In the centuries preceding, Rome had been overrun with illegal
immigrants: Visigoths, Franks, Anglos, Saxons, Ostrogoths,
Burgundians, Lombards and Vandals. Read MoreFall of Rome

August 3, 2011

By Melanie Oren

The impact of American children being raised by unmarried parents has shown not only negative effects on children, but also negative effects on families, communities, society, and the economy as a whole. Read MoreBroken Future

July 30, 2011
July 22, 2011

A review of the article “Where Did The Bible Come From?” by David J. Lose

By Dr. Robert A. Morey

Since I have studied, lectured on and written material on the “canonicity of Scripture” for 40 years, I read with interest the article by Dr. Lose addressing the subject. I was greatly disappointed.

First, the “Bible” is not one book but a collection of 66 ancient Jewish scrolls from the book of Genesis to the book of the Apocalypse. These ancient scrolls were produced in different times, cultures, languages, political, economic, and social Read MoreDefending the Bible from Scurrilous Attacks:

July 19, 2011

By Sharon Sebastian
Website: www.DarwinsRacists.com

Obama’s duplicity is renowned. Obama’s long-hyped “shovel ready jobs” to rebuild America’s infrastructure turned out to be a joke that elicited an on-camera chuckle from Obama. Obama’s latest ploy is to play “nice Boehner vs. bad Read MoreBrits Warn Americans of Green Catastrophe

July 19, 2011

By. Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher, and Dr. Tom Snyder, Editor

The lie that capitalism is evil promulgated by Michael Moore, teachers, professors, government officials, and even some liberal clergy shows a terrible lack of knowledge and understanding as well as mendacity.
Read MoreCapitalism Demands Godly, Moral Practitioners

July 19, 2011

Has the Fourth of July Become a Republican Holiday?
By Dr. Tom Snyder, Editor, with Dr. Ted Baehr
A new Harvard study not only shows that Republicans are more likely to attend Fourth of July events and to view the holiday as more important than Democrats, but also that children who attend Fourth of July events are more likely to identify with the Republicans, vote Republican, make campaign contributions, and turn out to vote. Read MoreThe Real Spirit of 1776?

June 27, 2011
June 22, 2011

A Time of Turmoil
The French Revolution was one of the most influential events of modern history. The ten year period from 1789 to 1799 when France went from a Monarchy to a Republic, to a Reign of Terror, to Dictatorship was one of the most tumultuous times in European history.
Read MoreThe French Revolution

June 17, 2011

by Dr. Paul Jehle

Some may remember the television show What’s My Line? It primarily ran in the 50’s and 60’s and was the longest running game show in U.S. history. It won three Emmy’s and the Golden Globe as the best TV show in 1962. I remember watching it with my father. After the panel was interviewed and questioned, the famous line would be given, will the real so and so please stand up? My father and I Read MoreWill the Real Pinocchio Please Stand Up!

June 6, 2011

“Woe to you when all men speak well of you, for that is how their fathers treated the false prophets”. Luke 6:26

It is interesting how, in spite of all the warnings in Scripture against gossip, slander, and tale bearing, just how much stock we tend to place in people’s opinions. It is said that where there is smoke there is fire. However, the smoke may be no more than dust and hot air. Read MoreWhen All Men Speak Well of You

June 3, 2011

By John Noe, Ph.D.

Once again, “end-of-the-world” ranting and ravings are parading across our paths. Harold Camping, president of the Family Radio Network, is the latest “prophet” of this ultimate doom. And all humankind, throughout the ages, has paid and is paying a horrendous price for our multi-centuries-old trail of false and failed predictions.

May 16, 2011

By Dr. Robert A. Morey


Chapter One
The Bankruptcy of Natural Theology………………………….……………

Chapter Two
The Biblical Material………………………………………………………..

Chapter Three
John Bunyan on Prayer …………………………..…………………………

Chapter Four
The Sovereignty of God and Prayer…………………………………………

Chapter Five
Thirteen Rules on Public Prayer……………………………………………

Chapter Six
How to Have a Day of Prayer and Fasting………………………………….


One of the most important requests recorded in the Bible is found in Lk. 11:1.
And it came about that while He was praying in a certain place, after He had finished, one of His disciples said to Him, “Lord, teach us to pray just as John also taught his disciples.”
Several things should be pointed out:
Read MoreA Theology of Prayer

May 12, 2011
May 12, 2011

by Rev. Richard Fisher, Hospice Chaplain

You were made to last forever. This sounds pretty amazing. We all pass funeral homes and cemeteries that argue otherwise. As a hospice chaplain ministering in the shadow of death I Read MoreYou Were Made to Last Forever

May 3, 2011

By Sandy Rios
VP of Family PAC Federal.
FOX News Contributor

“We will make electricity so cheap that only the rich will burn candles!” said Thomas Edison in 1879 during his first public demonstration of the incandescent light bulb.  And he did.  That young boy, born poor, radically changed the world so that people everywhere could afford light and heat and power devices that expanded capabilities beyond their wildest dreams.

April 13, 2011

Secularists and the ACLU Strip First Amendment of Meaning

By Robert Knight

Christians, Orthodox Jews or anyone with traditional views of sex and marriage should be barred from state university counseling programs unless they agree to violate their beliefs. That’s the gist of the amicus brief the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed Feb. 11 in a case in which a Christian student is challenging her dismissal from a graduate counseling program at Eastern Michigan University in 2009.

Julea Ward had asked that another student take the case of a homosexual suffering from depression because, being a Christian, she could not affirm the person’s sexual relationships. Miss Ward was dismissed and filed a lawsuit charging unconstitutional viewpoint discrimination, religious discrimination and compelled speech. On July 26, 2010, a U.S. district court denied her claim, and she appealed to the 6th U.S Circuit Court of Appeals.

The ACLU’s brief to the appeals court contends that compelling someone to act against her beliefs does not violate her freedoms of religion or speech. The ACLU quotes the university’s response to Miss Ward saying she had a “conflict between your values that motivate your behavior and those behaviors expected of your profession.” In other words, you’re a conscientious Christian, so get lost. Read MoreFreedom to be Christian But Banned from Acting Christian

April 11, 2011

By Diana Anderson
The Apple computer company has caved in to religious bigotry against Christians.
A Christian iPhone application for Exodus International has been yanked by Apple after homosexual activists labeled its message as “hateful and bigoted” and aggressively petitioned Apple to take action.
Exodus International is a Christian group that ministers to people who have left the homosexual lifestyle, in line with such Bibles passages as Lev. 18-1-30 and Mark 1:15.
Read MoreApple Pulls Christian App, Shows Extreme Unjustified Bias

April 8, 2011
April 4, 2011
March 25, 2011

By Jerry Newcombe

A new book by a major New Testament scholar is sure to make mincemeat of many people’s faith. Needlessly.
The scholar is the iconoclastic Dr. Bart Ehrman, who teaches religion at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
The book is called Forged: Why the Bible’s Authors Are Not Who We Think They Are. Ehrman said on a radio broadcast that about 75% of the New Testament documents are supposedly forged. They’re Read MoreIs the New Testament Forged?

February 2, 2011
January 23, 2011

If you add together all the populations of New York Los Angeles Chicago Houston Phoenix…

Read the PostBe Upset

January 20, 2011

By William J. Murray

Jared Loughner, the man who shot Rep. Giffords and 19 others, is an atheist and a pothead who also dabbled in the occult. At just 22 years old, he has a history of drug and alcohol abuse that includes being taken to the hospital for alcohol poisoning. His abuse of drugs caused the military to refuse him. He was described by fellow students as “left-wing” and “out of control.”

With Loughner’s history, it is easy to see Read MoreMedia’s Attacks on Conservative Women

January 12, 2011

The relatively new concept of teaching children sexual abstinence in the past 18 years is being credited with the American teen birth rate hitting a record low in 2009.

According to the National Center for Health Statistics, the birth rate fell to 39.1 births per 1,000 teens in 2009, the lowest level in 70 years!
Read MoreAbstinence Credited for Record Low Teen Birth Rate

January 11, 2011

By Dr. Michael Youssef

I remember back in the late ’60s or early ’70s, Germaine Greer and many of her feminist cohorts used to appear on Australian television and “pile on” Christianity as an oppressor of women.

Coming fresh out of the Middle East into the West and knowing how Christian women are lovingly treated in comparison to their Muslim counterparts, I wanted to scream at the television:

Do these people understand that Jesus is the only true liberator of women?
Have they ever read the Bible?
Read MoreWhere Have all the Feminists Gone?

January 8, 2011
January 7, 2011

By William J. Murray

Christmas Day is not celebrated until January 7th in Egypt by Coptic and other Christian denominations. About 130 Christians, including children, will probably remain imprisoned on January 7th, nearly two months after they were arrested when months after 2,000 members of the state security forces attacked their church building. Several people were killed during that attack in which police chanted Islamic war cries tried to tear down the three story building that was under reconstruction. The object of the attack was to prevent the building from being used for Christmas services.

Christian Persecution On The Rise

About 25 homes surrounding the church in the Christian area of Giza, a Cairo suburb, were burned to the ground by local police and one news agency Read MoreCHRISTMAS IS BECOMING A DAY OF FEAR AND PERSECUTION
January 7, 2011

Very religious Americans are the most healthy Americans, especially when compared to nonreligious Americans.

According to a Gallup-Healthways Behavior survey, very religious Americans score a 66.3 compared with 60.6 and 58.3 for those who are moderately religious or nonreligious, respectively.
This analysis, based on more than half a million interviews Read MoreReligion Makes You Healthy, and Wise

December 22, 2010

Written by Selwyn Duke

He was small in stature but big in heart — and, presumably, faith. His name was Adam. And he is among the youngest of Christian martyrs.


On October 31 there was a deadly terrorist attack on the Syrian Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of Deliverance in Baghdad, Iraq, while Mass was being held. Launched by the al-Qaeda-linked Sunni insurgent group Islamic State of Iraq, the assault claimed 58 lives, while 78 were injured and 100 taken hostage. But amidst the blood, tears, terror, and carnage emerged a story that is as spirit-lifting as it is sad. It involves a three-year-old boy named Adam, who, on that day, witnessed
Read MoreLittle Christian Boy Gives His Life Confronting Terrorists
December 20, 2010
December 16, 2010

By Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher

God has nurtured, blessed and empowered Good News Communications/Christian Film & Television Commission®/MOVIEGUIDE® over the last 32 years, providing incredible opportunities for us to witness to Him and supporting us as we ventured forth in faith in His Grace.

One of the great achievements in our entire history was the fact we initiated the campaign that stopped the vile movie ANTICHRIST from making money at the box office. In fact, the movie made a measly $400,000 at the box office.

Furthermore, we helped five universities conceptualize film and media departments.

Also, I had more opportunities to preach and teach around the United States. And, I recently completed a visit to South Korea, where I taught media wisdom to 880 or more Christian educators and met with leading filmmakers in the movie industry there, convincing them to producer family-friendly movies with faith and values.

In addition, our promotion of our main website and its new design, www.movieguide.org, helped it reach new heights of visibility, averaging 7 million hits and more per month and allowing us to start selling a new iPhone application for our reviews.
Read MoreBuilding a Reel Legacy – Accomplishments, 2010

December 9, 2010

By Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher, Movieguide(R)

Recently, I reviewed for www.movieguide.org a terrific DVD called AGENDA. The documentary presents a quote from Joseph Stalin from the 1930s“America’s. . . resistance is three fold, its patriotism, morality and spiritual life. If we can undermine these three areas, America will collapse from within.”

By the time I entered NYU School of Law in the early 1970s, I was a product of this campaign to undermine patriotism, morality and spiritual life that had captured the hearts and minds of the cultural Marxists and their fellow travelers, who were (as the Marxists intoned) useful idiots. Let me explain.
Read MorePatriotism, Morality and Spiritual Life

November 18, 2010
November 12, 2010

By Linda Harvey

Details are sketchy in the recent rash of homosexual-related teen suicides throughout the nation, but already the “gay” lobby is ready to exploit our children one more time.
In Minnesota, seven students committed suicide in recent months, three said to be involved in homosexuality. A college student at Rutgers jumped off the George Washington Bridge after his homosexual rendezvous was secretly filmed by his roommate and then broadcast over the Internet. The roommate and another student face criminal charges.

A 13-year-old in California and another in Texas killed themselves following student taunts about homosexuality. A 15-year-old in Indiana hanged himself over homosexual-related harassment.

And now we hear that another young man, 19-year-old Rhode Island college student Raymond Chase, hanged himself. He, too, believed he was “gay.”
Read MoreIs ‘Gay’ Agenda to Blame for Teen Suicides?

November 5, 2010

By Mike McManus

President Obama was asked at his press conference if the election meant that with regard to terminating “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” that he needed “to tell your liberal base you are not able to get it done?”

President Obama calls Republican John Boehner after the 2010 midterm elections.

Nope. He replied, “I have been a strong believer that if someone is willing to serve (in the military) they should not be prevented from doing so. Overwhelming majorities feel the same way.” And Congress has “time to act in the lame duck session.”

This is outrageous.

Obama has learned nothing from what he acknowledges was a “shellacking.”

Almost 90 new Republicans have been elected to Congress, but will not be seated until January. The new Congress would never vote to allow openly gay men to serve, a step opposed by the heads of every branch of the military (though it is supported by the Secretary of Defense).

So the President plans to push for a vote on gays in the military in the two-week lame duck session dominated by Democrats, 61 of whom who have been voted out of office!

Did Obama notice that the Democrats in the Maine Legislature which voted for same-sex marriage, were voted out of office this week? That is explicit evidence the President is wrong in asserting “overwhelming majorities” favor same-sex marriage. The public opposes it. Forty-two states have passed Defense of Marriage Act laws that limit marriage to a man and a woman. Thirty put it in their state constitutions.
Read MoreConservative Social Gains in Election

November 3, 2010

By Tom Snyder and Tracy Schreiber

Today the people of California get to decide whether to legalize marijuana. Let’s hope they decide against it.

Whatever happens, however, let’s put an end to the stupid arguments that libertarians, liberals and red diaper doper babies make in favor of legalizing drugs, including marijuana.

One of the arguments these airheads make is that the War on Drugs is “unwinnable.” When people say it’s an “unwinnable” war, what do they really mean? What does it mean to win the drug war? You can’t possibly mean winning the drug war means no one using drugs, because, by that same logic, the war against violent crime is unwinnable.

This argument is specious. When confronted with such an argument, ask the person, What level of drug use constitutes “winning” the War on Drugs? Just because there’s rampant crime of any sort, that shouldn’t make us just give up!

Another argument in favor of legalization has the pro-legalization person asking the anti-legalization person, “If you make drugs legal, would you do drugs?”

The person’s answer to that question probably will be no, but what if it isn’t?

Of course, if they legalized rape or prostitution tomorrow, we ourselves wouldn’t suddenly become a pimp or a prostitute, much less rape anyone. Just because the average person wouldn’t do these things does not mean that a lot of other people wouldn’t do them.

Robbing banks is a perfect example here. If they made robbing banks legal, or-de-criminalized it, the average person probably isn’t going to start robbing banks, but many other people will.

Often, the pro-legalization person cites America’s allegedly bad experience with the Prohibition of alcohol in the 1920s.

The fact is, however, during Prohibition, the consumption of alcohol did indeed decline. Thus, Prohibition did indeed inhibit drinking.
Read MoreKeep Pot Illegal; America’s Children Deserve Your Support

November 2, 2010
October 27, 2010

By Judith Reisman

On October 22, 2010 President Barack Obama issued a formal message to young girls and boys to “be true to” themselves by adopting the current lionized state of homosexism as “a source of pride, and a source of strength.” Having been young once himself, Mr. Obama knows that teenagers are by definition “immature” and remain so until roughly age 21 when their cognitive neuro anatomy catches up with their bodies.

Why tell children to feel “pride” and “strength” in adopting an early death sentence when you are too immature to know much of anything? How cruel, how outrageously heartless!
Instead of urging vulnerable youths into premature sexual riddled with crippling disease and death, Mr. Obama should have pointed to the October 9, 1998 Washington Post full page advert by The Whitman-Walker Clinic.
Read MoreWhose “Spirit” Rules ‘Spirit Day’?

October 23, 2010

By Larry Klayman, Founder of Freedom Watch

During the Ronald Reagan Administration, Voice of America (VOA), the nation’s international broadcast network, was used effectively to educate the Soviet people about the virtues of freedom. By all accounts, it played a huge roll in bringing down the Soviet empire from within, and providing freedom to its people, which had been enslaved by communism.

Now another despotic regime, even more evil than the Soviets, threatens not only its people, but the entire world. This is the radical Islamic regime in Iran, run by fanatical mullahs who are bent on the destruction of the Persian people, as well as Christians and Jews worldwide. These mullahs are perpetrating a modern day Holocaust, imprisoning, raping, torturing, and murdering anyone who dare complain about their brand of extreme Islam, or women’s or other human rights.
Read MoreVoice of America or Voice of Tehran

October 22, 2010

By Yervand Kochar

Very few works of art communicate the Armenian spirit—its strength and depth, its continuous pain and inexplicably persistent hope—to the degree it is communicated through the music of Vartabet Komitas and the art of Yervand Kochar.

Komitas and Kochar are, respectively, the musical and imaginative colossuses of the Armenian cultural psyche. Through their tragic lives and magnificent art, these artists manifested the undefeated spirit of the Armenian people and shed some precious light on the mystery of human perseverance against oppressive darkness and violence.

The lives, as much as the art, of Komitas and Kochar are navigational maps of the Armenian experience, a sublime alchemy of transforming a matter of base, brutal circumstances into a gold of spiritual ascendance.

Komitas was a victim of and witness to the Armenian Genocide, an experience that would eventually drive him into a dark corner of insanity and shorten the creative expression of one of the world’s most original and unique composers.
Read MoreKOMITAS and KOCHAR: The Music and Image of Undefeated Spirit