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May 12 2018 By dvirtue His Cross Changed My Transgendered Life

I was born as a female. I am 33. My name is Marianne Bernadette Pillai from Malaysia. God made me a female as He said in Genesis 1:27 "So God created man in His own image, in the image of God created he Him; male and female created He them" and in Jeremiah 1:5 "Before I formed you in the belly I knew you and before you came forth out of the womb I sanctified you."

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May 11 2018 By dvirtue The Death of Western Christianity. By Patrick Sookhdeo

He knows how myopic Western Christians can be. His subtitle says it all: "Drinking from the Poisoned Wells of the Cultural Revolution." In this book he speaks of how the church in the West once blazed brightly, but now the flame is all but out.

He notes how the corruption is found everywhere, but especially in church leadership. All this is resulting in declining church numbers and the irrelevance of Christianity for so many people in the West. Writes Sookhdeo:

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May 09 2018 By dvirtue A Review of The New Normal. By Lisa Severine Nolland, et. al.

But today the trans revolution is sweeping everything in its path. It has been enthusiastically embraced and promoted by celebrities, the mass media, academics, courts, universities, and even some churches. While there are plenty of positive things being written on all this, there is little that critically evaluates it. Thus this book.

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May 05 2018 By dvirtue 'I count it all joy': Mike Pence answers Michelle Wolf's attack on his pro-life stand

CBN News' David Brody asked Pence about the incident in a wide-ranging interview published Thursday.

"I'm pro-life and don't apologize for it," the vice president said, and Wolf's attack "comes with the territory." He then cited James 1:2, saying "I count it all joy when I endure trials or criticisms."

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April 26 2018 By dvirtue The danger of the judiciary, the malice of the media, the perniciousness of progressive policies -- and how Alfie paid the price

He was scathingly rude about the Christian Legal Centre. He made remarks that in any other context would have been considered as motivated by personal animus.

But then they may have been. For Sir Anthony Hayden is an LGBT campaigner who has written in favour of the rights of LGBT couples commissioning children from surrogates to make them feel like real families.

He wouldn't like the values of Christian Concern or the Christian Legal Centre, and it showed.

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April 25 2018 By dvirtue Ex-gay man: 'Homosexuality is just another human brokenness'

When a new outgoing boy began to attend school when Bailey was in grade three, he remembers trying hard to become the boy's friend. It was during a sleepover at the boy's house that Bailey was introduced to sexual play, including streaking and oral copulation. The experience not only robbed him of his childhood innocence, but awakened in him a sense of sexual curiosity.

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April 24 2018 By dvirtue In Praise of Chick-fil-A's 'Infiltration'

This outpouring of fowl fan-dom comes even though the president of the Atlanta-based fast-food chain committed the ultimate sin six years ago in the eyes of the New York intelligentsia.

He said he thought marriage was the union of a man and a woman. You know, the way God created it. And the way Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton described it right up to 2012, after which they embraced the Roman emperor Nero's version.

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April 15 2018 By dvirtue Why Christians must rub salt in society's wounds

Stark estimates that there were no more than a thousand Christians in 40 AD. However, by the third century, Christianity was growing at the rate of 40 per cent per decade. There were 33 million Christians in the Roman Empire out of a total population of 60 million by 350 AD. Christians were so numerous at the dawn of the fourth century that Emperor Constantine found it politically expedient to embrace Christianity.

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April 11 2018 By dvirtue Europe's Civilizational Exhaustion

In a prophetic conference held in Vienna on May 7, 1935, the philosopher Edmund Husserl said, "The greatest danger to Europe is tiredness". Eighty years later, the same fatigue and passivity still dominate Western European societies.

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April 08 2018 By dvirtue Revisiting The Fatherhood Crisis Of Our Civilization

For there was a dark side to it all. Rather than face the problem honestly, we took the easy way out by simply blaming the crisis on fathers themselves. Blankenhorn and Popenoe cheapened their books by claiming (without a shred of evidence) that fathers were abandoning their children in droves. While Gore was promoting fatherhood, his boss, Bill Clinton, was attacking fathers and having them plundered and arrested: "We will find you!" he intoned.

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