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Mandela Lived in a 30-Room Mansion While Dying Sister Lives in One Room with Seven Relatives!

In past years when one spoke of problems in South Africa, he often referred to the mistreatment of Blacks and their drive for racial equality in a nation dominated by a white minority. In this situation Nelson Mandela always became relevant to the conversation. Mandela (educated at a Wesleyan Mission School) was awarded the Nobel […]

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Nelson Mandela: Secular Saint Gone to His Reward!

A secular saint has just died as his family fought a bitter public battle over his money and his graveyard. Nelson Mandela turned his toes skyward this week and went to his reward. No doubt the main stream media’s love affair with him will be accelerated now that he has assumed room temperature. Many will […]

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Scandal: Dinner at the White House to Honor a Black Man!

During the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt, a newspaper ran the headline: “It’s a crime worse than treason!” What was the crime? Teddy Roosevelt had invited a black man for dinner in the White House—something that had never been done before. The object of the furor was a 45-year-old, mild-mannered gentleman named Booker T. Washington, known […]

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New Evangelical Website Publisher Hits Bottom!

My column, “Can Christianity Today and Chuck Colson Handle the Truth About MLK?” really struck home with some soft evangelicals. I threw a brick down a dark alley and hit someone who needed to be hit. I answered my critic thusly: You really hit bottom when you suggested that fundamental Baptists, as a group, have […]

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Was Martin Luther King, Jr. a Good Man?

Each Wednesday I publish one of my old columns that I hope will be informative, instructive, insightful, and sometimes inspirational. Following is a column from 2008.  My new, brief eBook, Martin Luther King, Jr.: Judged by His Character, Not His Color! is now available at Amazon.com for $3.99.   Martin Luther King’s statement that a person should be judged by his […]

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Can Christianity Today and Chuck Colson Handle the Truth About MLK?

I read the June issue of Christianity Today with some pleasure after filtering out the New Evangelical drivel that is often spouted on various pages. As an Independent Baptist Fundamentalist who advocates “responsible, biblical militancy,” I would obviously disagree with the loosey-goosey theology, lack of ecclesiastical separation, lack of promotion of godly living, etc. However, […]

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Blacks Have Been Conned About Kwanzaa!

Each Wednesday I post one of my columns that was published in the past with the hope that it will be informative, and instructive if not inspiring: Let me state the obvious: If Blacks (or anyone else) want to celebrate Kwanzaa that is their right; however, it is my right to set the record straight. […]

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Is White Pride Always Wrong?

Each Wednesday I post one of my old columns that I hope will be interesting, informative and maybe inspiring. Today’s column is one of the most controversal that I have written: We have observed environmental fanatics, in collusion with the Federal government, going to outrageous efforts to preserve the snail darter, spotted owl, and the yellow […]

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