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All posts by Dr. Jerry Newcombe


Good Without God? Not in the Long Run

Good Without God? Not in the Long Run

I see regularly the slogan from the American Humanists Association: “Good Without God.” And I think … well, maybe for a while one can be good – but only because they piggyback on the Judeo-Christian values they may have imbibed.

The Other Side of the Vietnam Story

The Other Side of the Vietnam Story

The Vietnam War still brings up many painful memories for those who served. No doubt it all turned out tragically, but there is a side of that war we rarely hear about – and that is a word of thanks for even trying to keep that nation free from the scourge of Communism.

Before the ACLU Comes Knocking

Before the ACLU Comes Knocking

Don’t wait until the ACLU or their ilk comes knocking on your door to try to force you against your conscience to violate the Word of God. Be prepared through this great, free resource.

The War on the Cross

The War on the Cross

In 1925, a large cross was erected in Bladensburg, Maryland, to honor fallen soldiers of World War I. But now that cross is being challenged by a lawsuit from the American Humanist Association.

The Gods of Egypt

The Gods of Egypt

The title of a recently released film caught my attention: The Gods of Egypt. This column is not about the film, but rather it addresses God’s judgment on the gods of Egypt by way of the ten plagues.

Rhett Butler for President?

Rhett Butler for President?

Is anyone concerned that a casino owner is a major candidate for president? Not too long ago casinos were only legal in Las Vegas and Atlantic City and on Indian reservations.