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In this passage the apostle Peter delivers his second sermon. The setting is inside the temple complex at Solomon’s portico, a beautiful structure with a high ceiling and plenty of room for a crowd to assemble. more
The New York Times the other day profiled Princeton classicist Dan-el Padilla Peralta, who wants to destroy the study of classics as a blow for racial justice. more
To Parliament, in the London of George III, the Boston Massacre of 1770 and the Tea Party of 1773 were not seen in the same light as they were by the Sons of Liberty in the Massachusetts colony.  more
The war on drugs has been waged through the criminal justice system for 100 years and we’ve failed, some would argue.  more
Please turn with me in your Bible to Daniel 6:1-28. In Daniel 6, we notice a new king on the throne. And that is in itself an indication of the theme of the book. First there was Nebuchadnezzar, then there was Belshazzar, more
In this passage we see the apostles continuing the Lord Jesus Christ’s healing ministry, which affirms that Christ is the promised Messiah, and that there is salvation in his name. The apostles encounter a crippled man asking for alms as they enter the temple complex. more
Joe Biden is off to the most left-wing start of any Democratic president in recent memory. more
“Never allow a good crisis (to) go to waste. It’s an opportunity to do the things you once thought were impossible.” more
Teenage Republican state chairmen from across the nation, including our own Connor Gibson in Mississippi, are rightly denouncing the fringe.  more
Please turn with me in your Bible to Daniel 5:1-31. God has shown His sovereignty over nations and individuals in the previous four chapters. more
In these verses Isaiah is looking ahead to the time when God’s people would be under Babylonian captivity. Here is a word from the Lord that speaks comfort to his people in that oppressed condition. These words extend to the church, to Christians in times of tribulation and affliction. more
There is a perception, supported by many surveys, that what passes for contemporary journalism is more biased, even propagandistic, than in earlier times. One of the definitions of “journalism” on will affirm that attitude for many: “writing that reflects superficial thought and research, a popular slant, and hurried composition …” more
“The United States acknowledges that all Chinese on either side of the Taiwan Strait maintain there is but one China and that Taiwan is a part of China. The United States... does not challenge that position.” more
Life can’t be lived in a perpetual state of idleness and isolation, but considering the coronavirus pandemic, it must be lived with caution, Gov. Tate Reeves said Monday in his State of the State address nailing precisely the state of our state if not the entire world. more
About 60 abortions a week are performed at the state’s only abortion clinic in Jackson. more
Please turn in your Bible to Daniel 4:1-37. In chapter 4, we see an outline of the process of repentance. Specifically, we see God pursuing a soul until it deals with the sins more
The psalm poses the question of “who may dwell with God?” more
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered his now famous “I Have a Dream” speech at the Lincoln Memorial on Aug. 28, 1963. A national holiday on Monday marked Dr. King’s birthday and his sacrificial role in bringing about more racial equality in America. We honor his legacy here. more
President-elect Joe Biden says he wants Congress to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $15 per hour. more
Please turn to Daniel 3:1-30. As we come to chapter 3 we begin to notice a certain repetition in the book of Daniel. Initially, we see that the people of God are faced with a crisis because of their faith. more
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