Darrow Miller and Friends

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As Freedom Dies, Is It Time for a Remnant Movement?

This is post 1 of 6 in the series “The Remnant” Freedom is dying in the West. Western culture is in the last stages of a shift from Judeo-Christianity to neo-pagan barbarism. It may be time to move from resistance to remnant. It was Vishal Mangalwadi that proclaimed that the

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Science vs. Religion: The Most Powerful Narrative?

This is post 6 of 9 in the series “Narratives” Galileo Galilei, father of modern science In this series, we’ve looked at a few examples of powerful narratives that gained significant cultural influence. In part two, I discussed how the teaching of American history has become dominated by a highly

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“RELIGION is Vital to Democracy” says the Marxist!

Did you hear the one about the Marxist who praised religion? Sometimes truth issues from a most unlikely source. Melchizedek, king of Salem, appears as if from nowhere to bless Abraham, patriarch of God’s covenant people (Genesis 14). Balaam, who presents as a pagan priest in some ways, repudiates Israel’s

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Christmas Spirit in Space and Time, Part 5 of 5

Our friend, Rick Pearcey, has written a splendid and fresh reflection about Christmas which we believe you will find engaging and stretching.  We are happy to post it here, in five installments, from its original publication at the Pearcey Report. The entire article is available here, subtitled, Good News Confronts Cults of Faith, Secularism, Religion,

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Christmas Spirit in Space and Time, Part 4 of 5

Our friend, Rick Pearcey, has written a splendid and fresh reflection about Christmas which we believe you will find engaging and stretching.  We are happy to post it here, in five installments, from its original publication at the Pearcey Report. The entire article is available here, subtitled, Good News Confronts Cults of Faith, Secularism, Religion,

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Christmas Spirit in Space and Time, Part 3 of 5

Our friend, Rick Pearcey, has written a splendid and fresh reflection about Christmas which we believe you will find engaging and stretching.  We are happy to post it here, in five installments, from its original publication at the Pearcey Report. The entire article is available here, subtitled, Good News Confronts Cults of Faith, Secularism, Religion,

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Christmas Spirit in Space and Time, Part 2 of 5

Our friend, Rick Pearcey, has written a splendid and fresh reflection about Christmas which we believe you will find engaging and stretching.  We are happy to post it here, in five installments, from its original publication at the Pearcey Report. The entire article is available here, subtitled, Good News Confronts Cults of Faith, Secularism, Religion,

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Christmas Spirit in Space and Time, Part 1 of 5

Our friend, Rick Pearcey, has written a splendid and fresh reflection about Christmas which we believe you will find engaging and stretching.  We are happy to post it here, in five installments, from its original publication at the Pearcey Report. The entire article is available here, subtitled, Good News Confronts Cults of

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Bomb Me, I’ll Burn Your Book?

Although the pause button has been pushed for now at least, the controversy around Florida pastor Terry Jones and his (former?) plan to burn the Koran warrants a DNA reflection. How should Christians respond to worshippers of Allah? Jesus said, “You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor

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Why blog about Jihadists?

Our recent posts about the Ground Zero mosque have generated several helpful comments. One reader has wondered why we seem to lump all Muslims into the Jihadist camp. That’s a fair question, and worthy of a public response. The short answer: We don’t so lump. For the longer, and more

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