The new president is gearing up to make the same mistake as his predecessor.
US President Donald Trump is losing his focus. If he doesn't get it back soon, he will fail to make America great again or safe again in the Middle East.
After holding out for a month, last week Trump indicated he is adopting his predecessors' obsession with empowering the PLO.
I urge you instead to be offended by the way our God's name is blasphemed in our country every day; by the 54 million children murdered in the holocaust of abortion since 1973; by the sordid sexual agenda that is eroding the very fabric of Western civilization; by the fact that Christians are dying for their faith, largely at the hands of Muslims, at a rate of 100,000 per year; and, most of all, by the reality that these things are being ignored, trivialized, or celebrated.
By Jim Fletcher
Those are high-profile platforms for a boy from Atlanta (now living in New York City), whose father happens to be former Southern Baptist Convention President James Merritt. Merritt the Younger is part of SBC royalty, and that proves useful for a fellow who is leftwing but wants evangelicals to think he's one of them. He's a leading change-agent within the American Church.
He and his friend Shane Claiborne teach Millennials that Jesus was a refugee!
The Trump administration has not been shy about its plans to cut the federal government's size, spending, influence and control.
Among the specific targets is funding of the United Nations, including its abortion and climate change agendas, according to ForeignPolicy.com.
Ancient biblical prophecies reveal that in the last days, Israel will make a peace-pact that is so problematic that the world as we know it ends seven years later. In prophetic circles this treaty is commonly called the "FALSE COVENANT," the covenant that leads to the "7-YEAR TRIBULATION PERIOD!"
"And then will I declare to them, 'I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness." Matthew 7:23
The question must be asked. Are we guilty of impersonating a Christian?
At least, that was the case until the release of his new non-fiction work Lies We Believe About God. In this book he tells what he believes about sin, religion, hell, substitution, submission, salvation, and a number of other issues that cut to the very heart of the Christian faith. He does this by addressing a series of twenty-eight "lies" people—evangelicals, that is—tend to believe about God.
The Jewish state, the report said, views the establishment of an Iranian military presence on the Mediterranean Sea as an "extreme step" that would "foster instability in the region and promote terrorism against Israel."
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