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Holy Week—Christianity’s Most Sacred Season

Listen Within Christianity, Holy Week commemorates the suffering and death of Jesus Christ. Among English-speaking communions, the expression Passion Week is also used to describe the same period of time—the Sunday before Christ’s Crucifixion to His...

Button Gwinnett

Listen Button Gwinnett (1735 – May 19 or 27, 1777) was an British-born American political leader who, as a representative of Georgia to the Continental Congress, was the second of the signatories (first signature on the left) on the United States Declaration of...

St. Patrick’s Day

Listen In 461, Patrick passed from this life. Tradition suggests his body was placed upon a wagon to which were harnessed two young unbroken bullocks which were allowed to wonder about. Where they stopped, at Dun-Lethglaisse (now known as Downpatrick), there Patrick...

Patrick Was a Christian Missionary

Listen Like St. Nicholas, St. Patrick is more readily known through the lens of contrived folklore than through what may more accurately be determined concerning his life and ministry. Accompanying the expansion of Christianity was a desire to demonstrate the...

March 16, 1776: Second Congressional Fasting Proclamation

Listen This post is part of the series: When Congress Asked America to Fast, Pray, and Give Thanks to God March 16, 1776: Second Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 7, 1778: Fourth Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 11, 1780: Sixth Congressional Fasting...

Where Does Darwinism Work?

Listen Other than being a successful instrument to force a secularist worldview upon the American classroom, the truly rational individual asks, “Where does Darwinism work?” On February 12, evolutionists around the world celebrate Darwin Day, the birthday...

Is Darwinism Making Students Un-American?

Listen Charles Darwin was born on February 12, 1809, and as may be expected, evolutionists, atheists, and secularists around the world celebrate his birthday annually. In 1859, Darwin published his famous work, The Origin of Species,[1] which thrust him on to the...

ACLU Rattles Lifeless Bones of Communism

Listen On June 17, 1992, the President of Russia, Boris Yeltsin, stood before a joint session of the United States Congress and confessed that Communism was dead. In his speech to Congress, President Yeltsin humbly called upon Congress to approve legislation providing...

Song Histories

Listen One of the most meaningful instruments of teaching the life and glory of the Christian life is through the teaching of hymn or song histories. The most enduring songs of the church have wrapped the principles and experience of the Christian faith in the...

March 11, 1780: Sixth Congressional Fasting Proclamation

Listen This post is part of the series: When Congress Asked America to Fast, Pray, and Give Thanks to God March 16, 1776: Second Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 7, 1778: Fourth Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 11, 1780: Sixth Congressional Fasting...