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  • Apr 07 / 2015
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Podcast, The Theology on Homosexuality

The Theology on Homosexuality: The Church Must Speak, Part 5

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Welcome to episode #5 of The Theology on Homosexuality podcast and the Torch Leadership Foundation Institute’s “Hill, Lutzer, McKissic Lecture Series.” Continue Reading

  • Feb 27 / 2015
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Christian Citizens of America, Beware of Politicians in Sheep’s Clothing

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The Torch Leadership Foundation’s Cross in Culture Podcast #16

While most in the media were either criticizing or mocking Brian Williams and his lying about events that did not happen to him during his reporting for NBC Nightly News, David Axelrod, former adviser, friend, and campaign strategist for President Obama, revealed that the president told several lies of his own regarding his views on homosexual marriage. Continue Reading

  • Feb 14 / 2015
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The National Prayer Breakfast Controversy: President Obama is Smart, but is he Wise?

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The Torch Leadership Foundation’s Cross in Culture Podcast #15

On last Thursday, President Obama spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast. During his speech, he outlined three things he believed everyone should keep in mind as we face the ongoing war that is being waged by Islamic extremists in the Middle East and North Africa who are also targeting Europe (in fact, another Paris, France-like terrorist attack took place at the time of this recording in Copenhagen, Denmark) and these same Islamic extremists have threatened to carry out attacks in America. Those three things are: humility about matters of faith, maintaining the separation between religion and government; and a commitment to the Golden Rule — treating others as we wish to be treated. Continue Reading

  • Feb 01 / 2015
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Davidson Academy, a Homosexual Couple With Children, and the Right to Refuse

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The Torch Leadership Foundation’s Cross in Culture Podcast #14

Recently, Christian school in Tennessee turned down an application for two students because their adoptive parents were two “married” homosexual men. When this situation came to the light it caused a good deal of controversy, as expected. Of course, on one side, there was the homosexual rights advocates and their allies. But, in the Christian community there was also division — some people applauded the school’s decision while others questioned whether the school was right to reject two young children simply because of their parents’ sinful lifestyle. Continue Reading

  • Jan 25 / 2015
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Why Christians Should Pray that the Supreme Court Makes the Right Decision

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The Torch Leadership Foundation’s Cross in Culture Podcast #13

Last week, the Supreme Court decided that it would take up the issue of homosexual marriage this year after passing on the issue last year. What the Supreme Court decides within a few months will have consequences for the entire nation for years to come. Currently, 36 states allow homosexual marriage; 19 states have laws banning homosexual marriage. Unfortunately, the legal acceptance of homosexual marriage has been promoted by President Obama and his administration. In his six years as president, Barack Obama has overturned the Defense of Marriage Act, overturned the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy (allowing openly homosexual individuals to come out in the military and to enlist in the military), and expanded government benefits for homosexuals working for the government among other things. Continue Reading

  • Jan 11 / 2015
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The Fired Atlanta Fire Chief and the Waning of True Religious Freedom in America

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The Torch Leadership Foundation’s Cross in Culture Podcast #12

Christians have long considered America a haven for freedom of expression especially in regards to religious matters. Many of the groups of people who first settled on American soil came because they were fleeing religious persecution of some kind. They were Puritans, Quakers, Pilgrims, Moravians, Roman Catholics, Baptists, Methodists, and Lutherans. They came to America because they wanted to be free to express their religious views and carry out their religious duties without being under the threat of censure or persecution. Continue Reading

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