Month: July 2017

Rome Has Fallen

Editor’s Note: Here at MOTW, we come from a variety of Christian backgrounds, and so we obviously do not agree on every theological issue. At the same time, we encourage our writers to present their perspective on the topic about which they choose to write, and we publish them as they are submitted (only making minor editing changes). As long as the article is about Western Civilization/Culture, and advances the same, we allow them that leeway. Kurgan here addresses the Roman Catholic church, and while we know that many (most?) of our writers are not Roman Catholic, and even...

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Burn in Hell John McCain

Harsh words for a confessed Christian? Not if you heed the words of Christ himself: Then He will also say to those on the left, ‘Depart from Me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the Devil and his angels! For I was hungry and you gave Me nothing to eat; I was thirsty and you gave Me nothing to drink; I was a stranger and you didn’t take Me in; I was naked and you didn’t clothe Me, sick and in prison and you didn’t take care of Me.’ – Matthew 25:41-43 John McCain sold...

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Sermon: Repentance

Editor’s Note: Alexander Campbell was a leading church reformer of the Second Great Awakening in America. Along with his father, Thomas, and Barton W. Stone, Campbell was a founder of the churches that have come to be known as Disciples of Christ, Independent Christian Churches, and Churches of Christ. The material presented here is from his book “The Christian System.” I. Repentance is an effect of faith: for who that believes not that God exists, can have “repentance towards God”? Repentance is sorrow for sins committed; but it is more. It is a resolution to forsake them; but it...

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Weeds, Immigration, and Culture

Editor’s Note: Written by Stephen Clay McGehee. Reposted with permission from The Southern Agrarian – Several years ago, in an effort to improve the quality of the soil in my garden, I bought a truckload of topsoil. It was carefully spread, then tilled and worked into the soil. The original soil and the new topsoil were mixed until they became as one. At first, it was great. The soil was darker and richer looking than the native sandy soil, and the plants that I grew there were bigger and stronger. Then came the weeds. Hidden in among that rich-looking soil that...

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