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Peter Hammond31 October Is Reformation Day
Guest essay by Peter Hammond

Thursday, 31 October is the birthday of all Evangelical and Bible-believing churches. On 31 October 1517, Dr. Martin Luther launched the Protestant Reformation with his bold stand at the Castle Church in Wittenberg.

Freedom and Productivity
Western civilisation has been blessed with the greatest freedoms, productivity and prosperity ever known in history. The liberty, standards of justice and creativity enjoyed in Western civilisation is a direct result of the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century.

First Things First
Our Lord Jesus Christ taught: "But seek first the Kingdom of God and His Righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you." Matthew 6:33

Peace with God

It was Martin Luther's earnest quest for peace with God, and his intensive study of the Scriptures, which led him to challenge the unethical fund-raising tactics of the papacy and launch the Protestant Reformation. Luther's love for the Word of God and his dedication to truth led him to challenge the entire ecclesiastical and political authority of the Roman Catholic Church and the Holy Roman Empire. Read On

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Dr. Paul JehleFrom Reformation Day to Election Day: a Legacy
Guest Essay by Dr. Paul Jehle

When Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the Wittenberg Church in Germany on October 31, 1517, no one knew the cataclysmic fruit that would grow from that tiny seed. After all, they were 95 points he only wanted to discuss; inconsistencies he saw in the logic of the religious leaders of his day. Most importantly, he saw inconsistencies with the Scriptures, especially in the matter of indulgences (buying forgiveness).

“#35 – it is not in accordance with Christian doctrines to preach and teach that those who buy off souls, or purchase confessional licenses, have no need to repent of their own sins; #36 – Any Christian whatsoever, who is truly repentant, enjoys plenary remission from penalty and guilt, and this is given him without letters of indulgence.” Read On


Martin Luther

“I’d rather see heaven crash from the skies than one grain of God’s truth die.”
- Martin Luther


Rev. R.J. Rushdoony The Motives of Exploration
Guest Essay by the late Rev. R.J. Rushdoony

Now, America, from the moment it was discovered has had a history in terms of the faith of its discoverers. The evidence is increasingly mounting that long before Columbus, America was discovered over and over and over again. We know now that Leif Erickson and other Viking explorers came to the Americas. There were very definitely colonies of them in Greenland. We know that they went from Greenland to Canada and what is now New England. We know, also, that in the early days when some of the earliest, Viking raids took place in the British Isles, some of the Irish left that area and settled in Iceland and Greenland to get away from the Vikings. And there are stories, we don't know how true they are, but it is not unlikely that from there they explored North America. Read On


CELEBRATE REFORMATION DAY - October 31
Martin Luther posted his 95 thesis on the Wittenberg Church door, 10/31/1517 which began the Christian Protestant Reformation

Dr. Paul Jehle, Executive DirectorThe Butler from Another Planet
Guest Essay by Michael Reagan

There you go again, Hollywood.

You’ve taken a great story about a real person and real events and twisted it into a bunch of lies.

You took the true story of Eugene Allen, the White House butler who served eight presidents from 1952 to 1986, and turned it into a clichéd “message movie.”

Lee Daniels’ The Butler’ stars Forest Whitaker as Cecil Gaines, a fictional character supposedly based on Eugene Allen’s real life.

But let’s compare the two White House butlers.

Guess which one grew up in segregated Virginia, got a job at the White House and rose to become maître d’hôtel, the highest position in White House service? Read On


Peter HammondA Biblical Response To Halloween
Guest Essay by Peter Hammond

"Test all things; hold fast to what is good. Abstain from every form of evil."
1 Thessalonians 5:21-22

A Celebration of Evil
Halloween is a religious day, but it is not Christian. Tom Sanguinet, a former high priest in Wicca has said: "The modern holiday that we call Halloween has its origins in the full moon closest to November 1, the witches' new year. It is a time when the spirits (demons) are supposed to be at their peak power and revisiting planet earth... Halloween is purely and absolutely evil, and there is nothing we ever have, or will do, that would make it acceptable to the Lord Jesus."

Day of Death
Halloween has strong roots in paganism and witchcraft. It began as the Druid festival of Samhain. The Celts considered November 1st the day of death, because, in the Northern hemisphere, this was the beginning of winter, the leaves were falling, it was getting darker earlier, and temperatures were dropping. They believed that their sun god was losing strength and Samhain, the lord of death, was overpowering the sun god. The druids also taught that on 31 October, on the eve of the feast, Samhain assembled the spirits of all who had died during the previous year to return to their former home to visit the living. Read On


Dr. Paul JehleLest We Forget the Lessons of September 11, 2001
Guest Essay by Eugene Elander

While living in the Emergency Operations bunker under the headquarters of the New Hampshire Office of Emergency Management during the few days following the September 11, 2001 terrorist tragedy, I wrote these new verses for America the Beautiful, which were read into the Congressional Record by my friend, Connecticut U.S. Senator Chris Dodd:

AMERICA: September 11, 2001

Oh Beautiful, through darkened skies, Through tragedy and pain;

Yet, through it all, our prayers still rise: They have not died in vain.

America, America, sometimes our path is hard;

Yet, we'll not fail, right will prevail, With faith in Thee, and God.

Oh Beautiful, for heroes all, In building or on plane;

For those who answered to the call, Whom we'll not see again.

America, America, sometimes our path is hard;

Yet, we'll not fail, right will prevail, With faith in Thee, and God.

Oh Beautiful, for all that's good, Our best is yet to be;

We reaffirm our brotherhood, From sea to shining sea.

America, America, sometimes our path is hard;

Yet, we'll not fail, right will prevail, With faith in Thee, and God.
Read On



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"The Founding Fathers knew a government can't control the economy without controlling people. And they knew when a government sets out to do that, it must use force and coercion to achieve its purpose. So we have come to a time for choosing."
— President Ronald Reagan,
"The Speech: A Time for Choosing" in '64 during Goldwater election campaign


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