Happ'nin' & Who Dunnit!
Women for America
D. James Kennedy)
Faith and Family
For Creation Research
Right To Life
The Ultimate Pro-Life
Right To Life
Voice of the Martyrs
Jews For Jesus
Testimonies of Freedom from Homosexuality
Homosexuality Ministry Links
Seated: Scalia, Stevens, Rehnquist, O'Connor,
Standing: Ginsburg, Souter, Thomas, Breyer
He that justifieth the wicked, and he that
condemneth the just, even they both are abomination to the LORD
Commentary by Jim Day
Publisher St. Louis MetroVoice
remember when Lot refused to hand over to the mob of sodomites at his
front door the two men (angels) who came to tell him to leave Sodom
because God was going to destroy the city? (Read Genesis 19)
Lot pleaded with the sodomites to take his daughters and have their
way with them instead of the two men. Of course, Lot didn't hand anyone
over to the sodomites and the angels blinded everyone outside the house.
Unlike Lot, on June 26th, six out
of the nine Justices on the United States Supreme Court decided to turn
not just our daughters, but our entire nation over to the sodomites.
They did so by proclaiming that Texas' sodomy laws were unconstitutional
in their review of a case known as Lawrence v. Texas. These six
Justices, basing their opinions on the 14th Amendment's Due
Process and Equal Protection Clauses, in one fell swoop,
invalidated not just Texas' sodomy laws, but every sodomy law in the
Union -- including Missouri's!
Who Really Failed: Students Or The System?
By Phyllis Schlafly
All over the country, students, their parents and
teachers are in an uproar about the tens of thousands who flunked the
test designated as the requirement for high school graduation. Threats
of withholding diplomas have brought out accusations, recriminations,
and even angry mobs.
devised various ways to deal with this crisis. Award the diplomas anyway,
stonewall the complainers, keep the students in school an extra year,
postpone the deadline to 2004 or even 2006, lower the standards, lower
the cutoff score, reduce the number of questions a student must answer
correctly, substitute another test, or seek test waivers from the federal
Renewing the Heart Conference Set for Sept. 6 in
and grace for daily living…it’s what women yearn for. And that’s just
what they’ll get at the Renewing the Heart Conference 2003 to be held
September 6th in Nashville, TN.
This fabulous one-day conference will
be packed with dynamic worship, powerful, Scripture-based messages,
and encouragement for taking biblical truths off the pages of the Bible and into the heart. This conference
is for women who are looking to grow spiritually, learn more about being
a Christian in today’s culture, and join in fellowship and worship.
Robed As Justices Devour the Truth
Do I Lead a Life of Sexual Integrity?
the Next Generation in the Ways of the Lord
Case for Classical Education
Principles in School Development
Arts and Classical Education
Battle for Your Children by the Homosexuals
Tips for Christian Students in Broaching the Subject of Creationism in
Fingerprints of God
News Clubs Are Growing to Share Christ
Annual Scriptures in School Week Sept. 21-27
Observance of Educators Sunday 2003 Set for Month of September
Your Child on the Autism Spectrum?
Gibson's Passion for The Passion