A Biblical Worldview and Christian Education

There was a time when people thought an educated person was someone with lots of information. But information is easy for everyone these days, too easy. Most people struggle to finish reading a post like this one because they know they’re just clicks away from the latest post about their favorite celebrity. (Thankfully, you’re not…

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IRS Claims Tax-Exempt Status for Colleges Won’t Be Tested, But American Pastors Network Says Troubles Not Off the Table

Earlier this month, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen reinforced the tax agency’s commitment not to go after the tax-exempt status of religious colleges and universities that oppose gay marriage. On Aug. 3, Koskinen told the Senate Subcommittee on Oversight, Agency Action, Federal Rights and Federal Courts that “we see no basis for changing our examination criteria…

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New Kentucky Policy Strips Pastors of Religious Freedom

Pastors across the nation are being told to brace themselves, as Kentucky pastors who are volunteering their time to provide counseling for troubled youth are being forced to operate under a new rule—that they cannot refer to homosexuality as sin in any of the sessions. That’s according to WND.com, which reported that a new policy from…

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American Pastors Network Unveils New Web Site for ‘Stand in the Gap’ Radio

In a culture that desperately needs godly light and truth shed on the country’s many pressing issues, the American Pastors Network’s radio programming, “Stand in the Gap,” is expanding, with the addition of several new stations and a new web site being unveiled today. Currently, several stations throughout Pennsylvania air “Stand in the Gap Today,” including…

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