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Washington Post Attacked Mother Teresa!

On the twentieth anniversary of “Mother” Teresa’s death, it is noteworthy that the Washington Post, and the British medical journal Lancet, Showtime, and even Roman Catholic media were critical of “Mother” Teresa, sometimes unfairly in my opinion! The Washington Post reported of Teresa, “Her saintly reputation was gained for aiding Kolkata’s poorest of the poor, […]

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Does the Evidence Prove St. Patrick Was a Baptist?

Many traditionalists won’t like this revelation but facts are facts and this is not fake news. Patrick (original name was Sucat) was born in Scotland about A.D. 375 and lived about 85 years dying in 460. As a teen, he was captured by marauding raiders and taken to Ireland where he was sold to Milcho, […]

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An Open Letter to Dr. Rick Warren!

Rick, after I mentioned you in a column, Cal Thomas was concerned and suggested I contact you about your positions. He was convinced that you would be willing to help me and respond to my concerns. Many preachers take kind rebukes and corrections as a jealous, mean-spirited attack on their ministry. That is not my […]

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Pope Francis Can’t Apologize for Me!

I’ve always been wary and now weary of collective apologies. Individuals seldom sincerely apologize for wrongdoing, but collective apologies are now in vogue. Pope Francis has made collective apologies a “cottage industry.” He has apologized for the Vatican scandals, to homosexuals, to the poor, women, exploited children, for mistreatment of natives of South America during […]

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The Pope’s Church is the Largest, Richest Corporation in the World!

Pope Francis has often indicated his desire to help the poor and he often criticizes capitalism so it is only fitting that he sell off the church’s incredible assets at a massive yard sale. According to the The Vatican Billions by Avro Manhattan, “The Vatican has billions of shares in the most powerful international corporations […]

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When the Pope Has a Yard Sale, I’ll Believe He Loves the Poor!

Pope Francis (his friends call him Frank) is coming to town this week, and 1.5 million Americans are expected to line the highway to greet him. I don’t plan to be there. The hawkers have arrived before him and prepared the way with all kinds of merchandise for the faithful–for a price. With a choice […]

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St. Patrick Was a Baptist!

Our Catholic friends won’t like this revelation but facts are facts. Patrick (original name was Sucat) was born in Scotland about 375 AD and lived about 85 years dying in 460. As a teen he was captured by marauding raiders and taken to Ireland where he was sold to Milcho, a Druid chieftain and held […]

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Dr. Dobson Will Shut Down His Ministry Rather than Compromise!

The deadly, dangerous, and defective juggernaut known as ObamaCare (ObamaScare!) is rushing through the streets of a once-great nation and is about to crush hundreds of Christian ministries. A principled religious leader, Dr. James Dobson, vows that he will never capitulate to the requirement to provide abortion coverage to his employees. His ministry Family Talk […]

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Baptist Preacher Agrees with Pope Benedict!

Each Wednesday I publish an earlier column that I hope will be instructive, informative, inspiring, and sometimes infuriating. The following column was first published in 2007.   No, I have not apostatized nor have I joined the “rush to Rome” as have some Anglicans, Lutherans, Evangelical groups, and Mennonites. However, I find myself agreeing with […]

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Why Did Evangelicals Break Away From Fundamentalism?

Non-Catholic churches in America and Canada can be divided loosely into Modernists (who don’t believe the Bible is the Word of God); Evangelicals (who claim to believe in the veracity of the Word but won’t fight or even fuss about it); and Fundamentalists (who believe in the fundamentals of the Word of God and are […]

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