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** MORAL CLARITY & VIOLENCE -- What the "Muslim World" thinks ---  about its enemies.   Commentary by E. Fox

** Four Levels of Christian Unity -- and the Way There --  E. Fox     How can Christians approach the disunity in the Church with hope of reunifying?  How can people anywhere successfully seek unity?  Read Jesus' prayer for unity in John 17.

Humanist Manifestos - I - III

Vishal Mangalwadi -  former Hindu, one of the best Christian apologists alive. 

Ravi Zacharias, another former Hindu, superb in his explaining of the Christian faith

URI - United Religions Initiative -- the neo-paganism taking over pseudo-liberals and pseudo-Christians

"Newsweek & the Rioters"  -- Dennis Prager -  insights into "Muslim" & "liberal"  personalities -- regarding Newsweek blunder about Americans flushing pages of Koran down toilet.   Comparison of religions. 

Religion & World Government  -- (Parts 1-4)  Dennis Cuddy  --  a bit of tragic and treasonous religious history...    And the way to sanity.  The One-World crowd knows that they must hold (not really, but in the public eye) the moral and spiritual high ground.  So they are working feverishly to convince the world that there is a One World Religion, just like a One World Education, and One World Government. 

                    Not so.  There are two of each -- the world's and God's.  We need to know the difference and which to choose.  In the world's version, centralized government controls everything else.  Tyranny.  In God's version, all of society is built on ordered freedom -- ordered by the law and grace of God. 

                    You Anglicans out there..., if you want to understand some of the primary pressures which produced our decadent ECUSA/TEC, read these articles.   The deepest tragedy is our own ignorant and oblivious participation in it all -- because we were more interested in our own comfort than in truth. 

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