Our Nation Under God

US schools achieve high Marx

US schools achieve high Marx

Vladimir Lenin said, “Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.”

To understand a culture, one must look to its treatment of the children. Read More


Common Ground?

Common Ground?

We hear today compromise is needed to get things done. But what exactly does this mean Surely compromise requires common ground This article explores some items likely to appear in the Left’s platform for this and next year’s elections, and why those items contradict our natural rights and biblical governing principles. While aimed at Christians, the arguments should matter to anyone who wants to truly remain free. Read More


A Breached Benediction

A Breached Benediction

            Dan Freemyer, minister at Broadway Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas, recited a Benediction prayer at the Baylor University commencement on May 18, 2019.  Toward the end, he prayed, “God, give them the moral imagination to reject the old keys that we are trying to give them, the planet that we are poisoning by running it on fossil fuels and misplaced priorities,  a planet with too many white straight men like me behind the steering wheel while others are expected to sit at the back of the bus.” Read More


America’s Dysfunctional Public Education

America’s Dysfunctional Public Education

Editor’s Note: Get your tickets NOW for the special event "Rescuing Our Children" from the Public Education System, on Thursday, May 30, 2019, here in Richmond at Grove Avenue Baptist Church and see the   multiple locations, dates and times in Virginia are listed on the Foundation go to the American Christian Education website.

America’s public education faces many problems. But how did we get here, and more importantly, how can we fix it To understand how to fix anything, we must first understand the core problem. The core problem begins with today’s view of rights. Read More


Truth and the Ability to Speak It Under Direct Attack

Truth and the Ability to Speak It Under Direct Attack

The common complaint that “free speech” should be protected, even when it’s ugly, implicitly accepts the Left’s argument that we are trying to protect the First Amendment rights of Nazis, White Supremacists, and others with a bad smell. But it really isn’t about protecting free speech. The Left and their Muslim allies can and do say anything they want, no matter how malodorous, obscene, dishonest, misleading or defamatory, and get away with it every day. It is about truth vs a totalitarian agenda, and the despots want to shut us up.

By James Simpson | Center for Security Policy

The attack that claimed fifty lives at the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand brought immediate, predictable responses from Democrat politicians, the media, the organized Left and Muslim groups.

Commenters from CNN to New York Mayor Bill De Blasio blamed “intolerance, “an epidemic of hatred and fear,” and other shibboleths.[1] Presidential hopeful Cory Booker blamed “The rising tide of white supremacy and Islamophobia…”[2] Virtually all placed some blame on Trump. Nihad Awad, director of The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), blamed President Trump directly, “We hold you responsible for this growing anti-Muslim sentiment in the country and in Europe…”[3]

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Attacks on Religious Freedom: Home and Abroad

Attacks on Religious Freedom: Home and Abroad

Felix Cross

On April 16 at 6:30 pm, Christ in Culture/Salt & Light will host a special evening of enlightenment focused upon Religious Freedom. It’s open to anyone who’d like to attend. The event will take place at Fairmount Christian Church located at 6502 Creighton Road in Mechanicsville. 

  • These two gentlemen also will be speaking on the same subject on Saturday, April 13th from 9-11:30 am at Wesley Chapel, 39 Chapel Hill Lane(Charming Lane), Lexington, VA (DETAILS
  • and on Sunday, April 14th, from 6:30-8:30 pm at New Covenant Church, 1079 Big Bethel Road, Hampton, VA.(DETAILS)

Christians can no longer maintain what has become their default position of silence on this critical topic. Dr. Glen Kimber, an internationally recognized expert on the U.S. Constitution, and Sam Zakhem, former U.S. Ambassador to Bahrein, will discuss, Attacks on Religious Liberty – Home and Abroad.

The goal of this instruction To embolden you to break your silence. Read More


84-year-old Widow to be EVICTED for Bible study

84-year-old Widow to be EVICTED for Bible study

 

By Bryan Fischer

Artis Breau is 84 years old, is the widow of a vet, and is about to be thrown out into the street.

Her crime Leading a Bible study.

Her husband served in the Merchant Marine and then in World War II as a member of the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division. He also served in the Air Force in the Korean War. Artis herself served in the Pentagon during the Korean conflict as a civilian in the Office of the Chief of Staff of the Army. Read More


Amok Time

Amok Time

What possible connection could there be between today’s society and a Star Trek episode Amok was a period during the Vulcan mating process where all their logic was cast aside. Raw emotion ruled their actions to such an extent they were willing to do anything to achieve their goal—because the end had to be achieved whatever the cost. Is our society any different today Read More


Noah Webster, God’s Law, and the United States Constitution

Noah Webster, God’s Law, and the United States Constitution

The following is by VCA Board Member Stephen McDowell and his library of excellent content on their website, linked below.

By Stephen McDowell| The Providence Foundation

American constitutionalism has been a keystone in the establishment of civil liberty in recent history. It has been said that next to the Holy Bible, America’s Constitution is the most important document ever written for the benefit of mankind. Such a statement seems justified when you consider that since the United States Constitution went into effect about two hundred years ago, over 175 nations have adopted constitutions, most modeled on that of America. Read More


Loving Your Neighbor

Loving Your Neighbor

The previous article outlined differences in ideas and why they matter, using Virginia’s proposed Equal Rights Amendment. I’ve written more generally in other articles about why ideas matter. They shape our decisions and influence our actions. Our actions form our character, and our character determines who we choose to become. But it all begins with ideas. You produce what you take in. Read More