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Why This Evangelical Isn’t Crossing the Tiber

By Stan Guthrie In the first posting of this article, on March 24, I made some statements with which some readers have taken issue. In the interest of clarity and charity, I offer this longer, slightly corrected version. Ulf Ekman, … Continue reading

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Preventable

The new report from the Democrat-led Senate Intelligence Committee confirms what critics of Barack Obama have been saying all along: The Benghazi attack that murdered four Americans was preventable. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton failed to act on warnings about … Continue reading

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Marathon Do-Gooders

These days it’s easy to lose your mind when following the political news. Friday night, however, I nearly lost it while watching the weather. For a long time, most Chicago television news stations have seen as their primary mission acting … Continue reading

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Off the Shelf: Together in One Mission

Books that have caught my eye. Together in One Mission: Pentecostal Cooperation in World Evangelization Arto Hamalainen and Grant McClung, editors Knowing Grant McClung for many years, particularly through our shared commitment to Evangelical Missions Quarterly, I was glad to … Continue reading

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Off the Shelf: The Global Bible for Children

Books that have caught my eye. The Global Bible for Children Authentic (now merged with InterVarsity Press) The Global Bible for Children was created to give children a global perspective and broaden children’s horizons beyond their own culture and country. … Continue reading

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The Professor’s War

By Charles Krauthammer President Obama is proud of how he put together the Libyan operation. A model of international cooperation. All the necessary paperwork. Arab League backing. A Security Council resolution. (Everything but a resolution from the Congress of the … Continue reading

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Nuclear Overreactions

The Wall Street Journal After a once-in-300-years earthquake, the Japanese have been keeping cool amid the chaos, organizing an enormous relief and rescue operation, and generally earning the world’s admiration. We wish we could say the same for the reaction … Continue reading

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IN CONGRESS, JULY 4, 1776

The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers … Continue reading

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Stan Guthrie

STAN GUTHRIE linkedin.com/in/stanguthrie guthriestan.podbean.com WHO I AM Chuck Colson (White House aide, Watergate figure, prison reformer, author, philanthropist): “Stan Guthrie is that rare combination of deep thinker and effective communicator.” David Carlson (vice president of communications at Prison Fellowship): “Stan … Continue reading

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Dinesh D’Souza on Life After Death

From Politics to Apologetics (Part 2) This interview is also posted at BreakPoint.org and is used here with permission. Part 1 appeared last week. Life After Death is a unique book. In it you attempt to make the case for … Continue reading

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