No Russia collusion for the President. This is David Wheaton, host of The Christian Worldview.
After a two-year investigation that included scores of lawyers and FBI agents, which led to 37 indictments and five prison sentences, and that cost taxpayers an estimated $34M, it turns out that President Trump did not collude with the Russian government in the 2016 election.
The Bible says, “You shall not bear a false report; do not join your hand with a wicked man to be a malicious witness.” (Exodus 23:1)
Shame on Democrat leadership who pursued this false report and shame on the mainstream media joining in as a malicious witness. Their partnership is the real collusion.
Religious rights v. homosexual demands. This is David Wheaton, host of The Christian Worldview.
As the men of Sodom surrounded Lot’s house to impose their homosexuality, the homosexual/transgender movement is seeking the same through a new bill called the “Equality Act” (H.R. 5).
The bill would add sexual orientation and gender identity to federal non-discrimination law, with no religious exemption for Christian organizations. For example, it would be illegal for a church to refuse a homosexual wedding, just as it is illegal to refuse one based on skin color. The ramifications are endless.
Christians need to, as the Bible says, “pray at all times in the Spirit…and make known with boldness the mystery of the gospel.”
Decisions that lead to a God-glorifying marriage. This is David Wheaton, host of The Christian Worldview.
The covenant of marriage is the first human institution that God established. It is the fundamental building block of a stable society. The relational aspect reflects the relationship amongst the Trinity. Marriage is a model of Christ and His bride, the church.
Think marriage is important?
Three decisions make a God-glorifying marriage possible: Will you believe in Christ? Will you pursue Christlikeness? and will you obey Christ, with regard to the command for wives to submit to their husbands and husbands to love their wives as Christ loved the church.
How to reach the younger generation? This is David Wheaton, host of The Christian Worldview.
Research shows that the Millennial generation, those aged 18-40, have a much more secular or religiously pluralistic worldview than previous generations.
Ken Ham president of Answers in Genesis and author of the new book, Gospel Reset, says we need to explain more of the faith, not less, to reach this generation.
Instead of baiting them with trendy music and then slipping in an incomplete gospel message, we need to teach the basics, such as the trustworthiness of Scripture, the holiness and justice of God, the sinfulness of man, and the redeeming work of Christ.