Month: July 2017

What would Jesus Carry?

Robert V. Thompson finds a pansy Jesus: [T]he Jesus I know wouldn’t cast a stone much less shoot a gun… Jesus would not pack a pistol. Just as he threw the money changers out of the temple he would throw gun bearers out of the sanctuary. He would tell them to come back but only if they were unarmed… Here is my bottom line. Jesus would not join the NRA, because he never condoned any form of violence. It would be interesting to ponder how Jesus might throw armed people out of church without any kind of violence. But...

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The Captivity of Richard Coeur de Lion

Editor’s Note:  The following account is taken from Historical Tales, by Charles Morris (published 1896) In the month of October, in the year of our Lord 1192, a pirate vessel touched land on the coast of Sclavonia, at the port of Yara. Those were days in which it was not easy to distinguish between pirates and true mariners, either in aspect or avocation, neither being afflicted with much inconvenient honesty, both being hungry for spoil. From this Vessel were landed a number of passengers,—knights, chaplains, and servants,—Crusaders on their way home from the Holy Land, and in need, for...

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Sermon: Letting The Truth Slip

Editor’s Note: Samuel Logan Brengle was the son of a Confederate soldier. He attended DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, and later Boston Theological Seminary.  He received offers to pastor a number of large Methodist churches but joined the Salvation Army and began by shining the shoes of other cadets.  He proved himself as a godly and humble young preacher and received a commission to preach in Boston.  Thus began a prolific ministry of over 40 years that included authoring many books and pamphlets. “Therefore we ought to give the more earnest heed to the things which we have heard, lest...

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Too much time on their hands

A bunch of dirty commies do the right thing for the wrong reason: A Marxist student group at Swarthmore College disbanded itself earlier this year after realizing that its members were too rich and too white to be real commies. According to screenshots confidentially provided to Campus Reform by an individual with access to the group’s private Facebook page, the demise of the Swarthmore Anti-Capitalist Collective (SACC) came in the wake of a farewell letter from a member who had decided the group could never be an effective proponent of “unproblematized anticapitalist politics” due to its “history of abuse,...

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