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Does God Hate the New York Times

Does God “Hate” the New York Times?

By Timothy Zebell | March 31, 2021

“There are six things that the LORD hates, seven that are an abomination to him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that make haste to run to evil, a false witness who breathes out lies, and one who sows discord among brothers” (Prov. 6:16–19). Our politically correct Christian culture tends to shy away from strong words like “hate” and “abomination”…

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Our Hope Does Not Rest in the Balance of the Supreme Court

Our Hope Does Not Rest in the Balance of the Supreme Court

By Timothy Zebell | September 30, 2020

If we are not actively seeking to bring godly understanding and transformation to the hearts and minds of those around us, then it matters very little who is appointed to the Supreme Court. What difference does it make if the Court protects an environment that is conducive to sharing the gospel if God’s people refuse to share that gospel? Before we jump into a blood-battle over who should fill Justice Ginsburg’s vacancy…

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Real World Consequences of Fake News

The Real-World Consequences of Fake News

By Timothy Zebell | December 4, 2019

Following a now debunked New York Times report in September detailing a new sexual misconduct allegation against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh from his college years, Representative Ayanna Pressley (D-MN) filed an impeachment resolution pressing the House Judiciary Committee to investigate Justice Kavanaugh. She was supported by public calls for impeachment from several Democratic presidential candidates…

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The Fake News Epidemic is Growing

The Fake News Epidemic Is Growing

By Timothy Zebell | January 23, 2019

In the waning hours of the anniversary of the president’s 2018 fake news awards, we were reminded that the problem of fake news persists today. Moreover, it seems to be growing, as is evidenced by BuzzFeed’s now debunked bombshell report which triggered an avalanche of frenzied analysis and reporting by nearly all major news outlets…

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When Did We Learn from Kavanaugh vs Ford

What Did We Learn from Kavanaugh vs. Ford?

By Timothy Zebell | December 5, 2018

Far too often we find ourselves whipped into a national frenzy because of some narrative dominating the news cycle, only to set it aside weeks later and nearly forget about it. Whether it be the separation of families at the border, the opioid epidemic, net neutrality, tensions with North Korea, voter fraud, or any number of other examples, it seems as if there is always some new “national crisis” that demands our full attention, prompting us to forget about the previous emergency. And since one crisis is immediately followed by another, we never seem to stop and process what we should have learned through these nationally shared experiences…

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Is Trump Protecting Us from National Judgment

Is Trump Protecting Us from National Judgment? (Part 2)

By Timothy Zebell | November 1, 2018

We now have a president who is actively striving to turn our nation away from sinful practices that invoke God’s judgment. We’ve already considered how President Trump is confronting a culture of lies, endeavoring to stop the shedding of innocent blood, and is providing aid to those who are oppressed, helpless, and poor. However, there are more areas where President Trump—whether he realizes it or not—is working to stave off calamity by resisting the very things that invoke God’s judgment.

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Ford's Fight - When Your Truth is Presented as The Truth

Ford’s Fight: When “Your Truth” Is Presented as “the Truth”

By Timothy Zebell | October 3, 2018

Throughout the nation, ordinary people from every walk of life were glued to televisions, radios, and mobile devices, listening in as the Senate Judiciary Committee heard two emotional testimonies on the charge of sexual assault. Christine Blasey Ford was given opportunity to share “her truth.”

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Kavanaugh's Fight - When Idealistic Belief Is Dangerous

Kavanaugh’s Fight: When Idealistic Belief Is Dangerous

By Timothy Zebell | September 26, 2018

Today, we are told that all women must be believed on principle. However, this implicit faith in the infallible testimony of allegedly victimized women inherently undermines two of our nation’s most valued tenets: the presumption of innocence and due process.

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