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KWASHI: The war on terror seems to me to have multi-dimensional international interests. Firstly: the sophisticated chain supply of weapons available to the terrorists should concern the world community. Secondly: the number of troops recruited by the terrorists for them to be able to resist the nations of Chad, Cameroon, Mali and Nigeria, and to hold their grounds for up to ten years, cannot by any stretch of the imagination be a small venture of a band of terrorists.

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May 01 2020 By virtueonline Renowned Anglican Theologian & Historian Weighs the future of Orthodox Anglicanism

MCDERMOTT: David, I grew up as a Roman Catholic and was trained by the Jesuits in a high school in New York City. I had a conversion experience through the Catholic charismatic movement in 1970, which led me to join an evangelical Christian commune after college at the University of Chicago. There I became a convinced Protestant under the influence of IVCF and InterVarsity Press.

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April 25 2020 By virtueonline Jon Meacham says Jesus is not the only route to salvation

Meacham has taught history at Sewanee: The University of the South, the Episcopal Church's only university, a progressive institution which claims its influences are from the evangelical, the high church and the broad church traditions of Anglican theology and worship.

This is not Meacham's first run in with orthodox Christianity. In 2009, he slammed the then Bishop of Pittsburgh, Robert Duncan over heterosexual marriage, accusing the bishop of fundamentalism.

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April 23 2020 By virtueonline "God was little more than a rabbit's foot, before finding faith," says politician

As the 69th Governor of Ohio (2010-2018), John Kasich led the Ohio Comeback. His administration inherited an $8 billion budget shortfall that they solved without a tax increase. He went on to cut a record $5 billion in taxes, cut wasteful spending and reduced red tape. Ohio created nearly 550,000 jobs during his two terms in Office.

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April 20 2020 By virtueonline Bishop Love and his Upcoming Kangaroo Court Justice

You see, the Episcopal Church and its "love" talking, hip hop dancing Presiding Bishop must face the truth that this resolution has over-ruled Scripture placing homosexual marriage alongside heterosexual marriage (if not above it) in complete violation of what the Church has taught for 2,000 years.

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April 15 2020 By virtueonline ACNA Archbishop Challenges Neo-Paganism in the Anglican Communion

In North America it's been going 40, 50, 60 years. It started in the seminaries with a gradual withdrawal from the authority of the Word of God, the holy Bible, the scriptures. And because of that, there began an acceptance of all kinds of things that I would say are non-Christian but are now treated as Christian.

Neo-paganism, or what I call Neo-pagan Anglicanism.

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April 11 2020 By virtueonline St. John the Divine and Samaritans Purse Clash over Coronavirus Pandemic Help

Kaitlyn Lahm, a spokeswoman for Samaritan's Purse, said the group does not discriminate in providing treatment. "We are a Christian organization and we hire Christians who share our statement of faith."

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April 09 2020 By virtueonline IDOLATRY: Money, Family, Sex, Sports, Guns and Power

Only five percent of Americans tithe and 80 percent give only two percent. What does that say about us? Materialism, the worship of stuff is a much bigger sin than most people realize. Materialism is the tendency to consider material possessions and physical comfort as more important than spiritual values.

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March 31 2020 By virtueonline The Church: good news and bad news about the Coronavirus

My own small parish (under 30) has found us more deeply committed to one another through emails, FaceTime, Zoom and other forms of social media. We have committed ourselves to prayer, especially as our parish includes a doctor, an ultrasound tech, a social worker at a clinic for the elderly, a hospital chaplain, and a retired nurse. We pray more fervently for one another. When it is all over, we will come back together more deeply committed to one another.

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March 31 2020 By virtueonline ON WHAT JESUS HAS TO DO WITH AN AK47

Lennox said it is a very important question because it needs analysis. "Historical analysis shows that it's not just quite as simple as a sectarian war -- but let's assume it is. Because I grew up in a situation where my parents lived in a town that was divided, and my parents -- who were Christian, but were not sectarian -- believed that every man and woman is made in the image of God no matter what they believe.

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