Category Archives: culture

Will the world end on May 21st, 2011?–8 Mar 11

I risk getting some hate mail from Mr. Camping’s devoted followers, but please hold off and send them to me on May 22nd.  We need more emphasis on the church of Jesus Christ, not less. Harold Camping Will go Mad … Continue reading

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Why Same-Sex Marriage Makes Sense to So Many–2 Mar 11

By R. Albert Mohler, Jr. | Christian Post Guest Columnist Why does same-sex marriage make sense to so many people? The momentum toward the full legalization of same-sex marriage seems to intensify with every passing month – or even faster. … Continue reading

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Freedom to be Christian but banned from acting Christian–21 Feb 11

This well written article in the Washington Times is worthy of reading… “This is no longer remotely about tolerance or civil rights. It’s about turning the nation’s moral values upside down so that wrong is right and right is hate.” … Continue reading

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Why Johnny STILL Can’t Read–16 Feb 11

When we lived in California in the 1990’s, our oldest was enrolled in public school kindergarten where they would not teach phonics, or rather, not traditional phonics.  They used this thing called “zoo-phonics” where the children learned a unique (useless) … Continue reading

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Too Religious to Home-School?–27 Jan 11

January 27, 2011 – 7:41 AM | by: Douglas Kennedy Barbara Voydatch leafs through her daughter’s school books inside her single-story home in Meredith, New Hampshire. “These are her math and science books,” she says. Like many parents who home-school, … Continue reading

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Drug Tests On Sale At California High Schools–18 Jan 11

Note that it says perhaps 50% of the students are on pot.  Nice.  MJC ********************************************************************************* January 18, 2011 11:20 PM Reporting Kris Pickel PLACERVILLE, Calif. (CBS13) – Parents of Placer County students can now buy discounted drug tests from high schools, … Continue reading

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Universalism? 13 Jan 11

Majority of Protestants and Evangelicals now embrace doctrine of universalism The majority of Protestants and evangelicals believe that good people and people of other religions can go to heaven, according to author David Campbell. Campbell, who co-wrote American Grace, … Continue reading

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1964 A Time For Choosing Speech–10 Jan 11

You have to listen to this speech made almost 47 years ago.  Interesting where we are today! Mike Chapa Executive Director

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Troubled Teens Born in the Classroom–4 Jan 11

Troubled Teens Born in the Classroom by Sam Sorbo “I could never home-school.  I would probably kill my kid by Wednesday, if I had to spend the entire day with him, every day!” Typical fare for the teenager-parent relationship?  Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Christian schools lose appeal bid in UC case–18 Oct 10

Bob Egelko, Chronicle Staff Writer San Francisco Chronicle October 13, 2010The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal Tuesday from Christian schools that want the University of California to grant college-prep credit for courses with religious viewpoints – using textbooks, UC … Continue reading

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