Well tonight, in one sense I have a difficult, impossible task and that is to cover a subject that needs to be covered thoughtfully and carefully. In another sense, while very challenging and almost impossible to fully accomplish, I welcome the opportunity to share with you some insights that will help you to be discerning as you look at a very important issue in the Charismatic movement today and that is this matter of speaking in tongues.… Click here to read more
In Rom. 16:7 (NKJV), Paul says, “Greet Andronicus and Junia, my countrymen and my fellow prisoners, who are of note among the apostles, who also were in Christ before me.” Although the NKJV above has translated the Greek Junian as “Junia,” which is a female name, many today vehemently argue that the name should be “Junias” which is male.… Click here to read more
I’m not a conspiratorialist, and I don’t believe the sky is falling. But I do know that some major players on the left are trying to silence many of us on the right. Our views are considered toxic and dangerous and discriminatory and hateful.… Click here to read more
Last week the USA Today published this article about the inevitability of everyone getting microchipped and that it is a “when?” question not an “if?” question.
You will get chipped. It’s just a matter of time.
In the aftermath of a Wisconsin firm embedding microchips in employees last week to ditch company badges and corporate logons, the Internet has entered into full-throated debate.… Click here to read more
Much of the world has responded with “fire and fury” to President Donald Trump’s message to North Korea that continued threats will “be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen”—an unmistakable allusion to using nuclear weapons. Given the gravity of this remark, it seems appropriate for onlookers to be unnerved by America’s apparent stance.… Click here to read more
If you haven’t heard about the violence that happened in Charlottesville, VA over the weekend (12 August 2017), you probably live under a rock or in a cave separated from society and social media. In that case, you may also be better off than the rest of us.… Click here to read more
You probably know someone who once lived passionately for Christ but has now abandoned him altogether. Your heart sinks and twists even to hear his or her name.
Perhaps even more painful than loved ones who have consistently rejected Christ for years are loved ones who seemed to have been saved at one time, only to fall away from the faith.… Click here to read more
Note: not all views expressed in this article are the opinions of JNN or it’s staff.
What does the Bible say about growing a beard? Should a Christian man in today’s society really grow a beard, or is it a sin to grow a beard?… Click here to read more
BY REUTERS — CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — At least one person was killed after white nationalists clashed with ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter counter-protesters, prompting the governor to declare an emergency and halt a rally over removing a Confederate general’s statue from a public park.… Click here to read more
During last year’s presidential campaign, Ken Burns posed a question to evangelical Christians about the Republican candidate: “What part of Donald Trump reminds you of Jesus Christ?”
The evangelical leaders who supported Trump in the campaign—folks like James Dobson, Jerry Falwell, Jr.… Click here to read more
The First Amendment guarantees that the government cannot suppress free speech or favor a religion — but a court in New Jersey is violating both of those promises.
According to a report from the Thomas More Law Center, residents of Bernards Township, New Jersey, have been banned from bringing up the topic of Muslims or Islam at an upcoming public hearing.… Click here to read more
As tensions mount between the United States and North Korea, some have questioned the moral and theological implications of a potential war with the tyrannical state. Pacifists would claim that God forbids all killing, even in self-defense, and war-mongerers would say “Nuke ’em, baby!”
Cutting into the debate this week was Texas mega-church pastor Robert Jeffress, an evangelical advisor to President Trump, who said that the Bible gives our President moral authority to “take out” North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.… Click here to read more