The 1619 Project & the Battleground of History ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Mark Malvasi

Nikole Hannah-Jones is right and wrong. Although the first slaves arrived in Jamestown in 1619, the year and the event carry less significance than she imagines.

Although neither deceptive nor careless, she is uninterested in facts in a conventional sense.

Her principal objective is not to understand the past but to rebuke the present and, if possible, to change the future…

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Two-thirds of Christians don’t know how to share the Gospel | Church & Ministries News

By Nichole Alcindor

Most American Christians want to share their faith, but only a minority of them have actively encouraged others to embrace Jesus Christ, according to new data released by Lifeway Research.

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Op-Ed: There Are 2 Things Christians Need to Remember on This Memorial Day

By Greg Laurie

Let’s pray that God would heal our land.

Let’s honor those who have fought the good fight by doing the same in the ways we can.

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Decoration Day, Memorial Day, & Fallen Heroes – The Imaginative Conservative

By Peter Lawler

Memorial Day originates with the Civil War as “Decoration Day.”

Southern women took up the task of decorating the graves of what turns to have been hundreds and hundreds of thousands of their fallen heroes.

Theirs was highly civilized work—a duty maybe more Greek and Roman than Christian…

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Jordan Peterson ponders the Bible and consciousness after death | Voice

By Dan Delzell

You first place your faith in Christ as your Savior from sin, and then God begins to give you the assurance that your sins are forgiven and Heaven is your eternal home.

None of us would have a clue about Heaven or Hell apart from God revealing the truth to us in His Word. 

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Armed Feds Pay a Visit: Amish Farmer Faces Hundreds of Thousands in Fines

By Jack Gist

Amos Miller is an Amish farmer who runs a small farm and grows food the way he believes God intended. The feds shut him down.

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How Congress Undermines Constitution, Federalism

By James Buckley

The Constitution’s oft-flouted safeguards are the separation of powers, with checks on abuses, and federalism via the 10th Amendment.

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