The Old Rugged Cross

by Kjos Ministries  O that old rugged cross, so despised by the world, Has a wondrous attraction for me; For the dear Lamb of God left His glory above To bear it to dark Calvary. Despising the Cross To a world bent on social unity and moral laxity, the cross stands as a divisive and … [Read more…]

The Story of a Martyr

How many Anabaptists died during the sixteenth century persecution in Europe? No one knows for sure. What is certain is that at least 1,500 were cruelly tortured and killed. For the most part these were peaceful citizens who did not believe in war and who became the forerunners of today’s Mennonites and Amish. The main … [Read more…]

Changing Tides of Evangelical Leadership and Political Influence

LTRP Note: The following article from USA Today illustrates further the changes taking place within the religious/political scene. The article suggests that the new face of evangelicalism is that of Rick Warren and Bill Hybels, both who promote contemplative mysticism and the emerging church. By Mark I. Pinsky USA Today On Sunday mornings, it’s now … [Read more…]

The Rev. Jerry Falwell Dies – 73

LYNCHBURG, Va. – The Rev. Jerry Falwell, the television evangelist who founded the Moral Majority and used it to mold the religious right into a political force, died Tuesday shortly after being found unconscious in his office at Liberty University. He was 73. Ron Godwin, the university’s executive vice president, said Falwell, 73, was found … [Read more…]

The Old Rugged Cross

by Kjos Ministries   O that old rugged cross, so despised by the world, Has a wondrous attraction for me; For the dear Lamb of God left His glory above To bear it to dark Calvary. To a world bent on social unity and moral laxity, the cross stands as a divisive and humiliating obstacle. Attempts … [Read more…]

SPECIAL PZ Insider Report Exposing The Jesus Tomb Lie

by Ray Gano Prophezine We live in a post Christian world; one where secular humanism, along with relative thought prevails. On Sunday, March 4th 2007, Simcha Jacobovici and Oscar winning movie director James Cameron premiered “The Jesus Family Tomb” a documentary. Due to this film, there are many people today asking questions. Even Christians weak … [Read more…]

Why is Doctrine Important?

by Prophezine News  By Ray Gano Growing daily is the cancerous attack on doctrine. In fact THE fundamental mark of liberalism is its constant attack against solid biblical teaching. A growing number of people such as Rick Warren, Joel Osteen, Benny Hinn, and the many, many others in the worldly ecumenical movement are saying, “Doctrine … [Read more…]

Hope, Hate and Human Hearts

by Kjos Ministries  Are humans naturally good — or evil? In today’s postmodern, post-Christian era, senseless violence is rising along with immorality, insolence and intolerance. Thanks to high tech media, those signs of the times reach around the world. While gang warfare erodes personal security in America, an article in the British Financial Times describes … [Read more…]


By Irene Guthrie Dec 2006 Sagacity, sagacity Where art thou sagacity? Are you sleeping? Are you on some drug? Are you infected with some nasty bug? Have you fled the brethren? Taken a journey these many long years? Has naivete become most dear? Sagacity, sagacity Where art thou sagacity? Are you gone forever? Are you … [Read more…]

Episcopal Churches To Vote on Departure

By Michelle Boorstein Washington Post Staff Writer Monday, December 4, 2006 “Two of the country’s largest and most historic Episcopal congregations — both in Fairfax County — will vote next week on whether to leave the U.S. church on ideological grounds and affiliate instead with a controversial Nigerian archbishop. The decision could lead to a … [Read more…]


by Paul Proctor  America is absolutely awash in “Christian” leaders, pious politicians and pro-family groups whose apparent goal is to save it from self-destruction. Many seem to believe this can be accomplished by Christianizing the culture – by rallying people of pride, principle, patriotism and perseverance to shake their collective fists at the enemies of … [Read more…]


by Paul Proctor  I caught an interesting article last week from that highlighted the frustrations of a disgruntled AIDS activist by the name of Martin Sempa, who was commenting on the absurdity of a recent international AIDS conference held in Toronto. As I read his rant I discovered some rather disturbing parallels between the … [Read more…]

The Man Who Would Be King

By Paul Proctor  Used with permission. He was born in an out-of-the-way place, the son of a poor mother and father whom the world would one day call blessed. He arrived challenging the establishment and literally shook the world with things that eyes and ears had never before witnessed. He offered a joy and freedom … [Read more…]

The Real Problem – The Real Answer

by Paul Proctor   MEL GIBSON’S PROBLEM IS NOT ALCOHOL I’m sure you’ve seen the headlines and the mug shot of Mel Gibson being booked for DUI. It is one of those human-interest stories that generate an enormous amount of media attention and website traffic, not so much because it involves alcohol abuse but because it … [Read more…]