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The Second Amendment of the United States Constitution is under fire, so to speak. Everyone agrees violence is roaming across the country: police are under assault, targeted for assassination by “activists” who have more in common with anarchists and Marxists […]

If you ask many Americans what they think about Turkey, most will answer, “I like it with dressing.” We don’t know much about geography or geopolitics, or even what geopolitics means. Yet the events in Turkey this past week show […]

At a time when anti-Semitism is on the rise globally—from the Middle East to Europe to college campuses—there is also a lot of good news for pro Israel supporters. Christians United for Israel (CUFI) is nearing three million members, a […]

Everyone wants a miracle. People from all walks of life, literally, want a miracle. Some suffer physically, others in relationships. In today’s economy, just getting through each day financially is often a catastrophic undertaking. Some people pray for miracles, others […]

This coming week, I am privileged to speak at a pro Israel seminar in California. Hosted by my great friend, Pastor Chris Quintana, the event will take place (and be live-streamed) at Calvary Chapel Cypress. Beginning Sunday evening and running […]

The so-called “Christ at the Checkpoint” conference is going on right now in Bethlehem. This of course is the biblical city where Jesus Christ was born. It was also the first seat of government for King David 3,000 years ago. […]

Terrorism has always existed in our world. Abraham’s encounter in ancient Mesopotamia (Genesis 14) is one of the earliest recorded examples of local terrorists (tribal chiefs) kidnapping and plundering innocents. The Assyrian invasions of ancient Near East kingdoms were particularly […]

“A day of the Lord is coming, Jerusalem, when your possessions will be plundered and divided up within your very walls. “I will gather all the nations to Jerusalem to fight against it; the city will be captured, the houses […]

This week, President Obama will visit a U.S. mosque for the first time. One wonders why he didn’t do this in the past, say, October 2012, ahead of his last election. Oh well, he’s probably not coldly calculating, right? Increasingly, […]

Jew-hatred is thousands of years old. It is a spiritual sickness that comes from another dimension. As an evangelical Christian, I’ve had many conversations with Jewish friends who wonder why the world hates them. I believe this spiritual dimension is […]