Is there life on Mars? NASA’s Curiosity rover found what the New York Times calls “startlingly high amounts of methane in the Martian air” last week. As the Times explains, this type of gas on Earth is “usually produced by living things.”  The mission’s controllers sent new instructions to the rover...
This New York Times headline that caught my eye: “How the Bot Stole Christmas: Toys Like Fingerlings Are Snapped Up and Resold.” I had no idea what a Fingerling was or why I should care. Then I learned that fingerlings are “colorful chirping monkeys (and sloths and unicorns) that wrap...
Nathan Phillips is a Native American who attended the Indigenous Peoples March in Washington last Friday. He told the Washington Post that he was there to beat his drum while urging participants to “be strong” against colonialism. According to Phillips, a throng of young, mostly white teenage boys, several wearing...
A church member once wrote to me that she “ran across this Scripture last night and it troubled me so much I could barely sleep.” The passage is Matthew 12:31-32, dealing with “blasphemy against the Spirit.” The reader continues: “Am I to interpret this to mean that if you have...
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This is the 3rd animation of Andrew Wommack teachings on Spirit, Soul and Body, which is a foundational truth that is essential for understanding how much God loves you and believing what He says about you in His Word. Each person is made up of three different parts: spirit,...
The Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers have met in the NBA Finals the last three years. Now they’ll meet again, after the Warriors defeated the Houston Rockets last night. The Cavaliers’ LeBron James will be playing in his eighth-straight championship series. When the playoffs began, these were the teams...
If you’re planning to get married today in Las Vegas, you can apply for your marriage license here, then pick it up at the baggage claim area at the airport. Alternately, if you or your travel partner is named “Valentine,” you can get free air travel to Iceland today. A...
A religious liberty group claims that a school district in the Seattle area has urged teachers to bless Muslim students in Arabic during the month of Ramadan and give them preferential treatment. The Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund (FCDF) alleges that the Dieringer School District is following a script written...
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Kenneth Copeland teaches on how to Train Your Spiritual Ear to Hear God
President Trump spoke to the nation last night from the Oval Office, seeking support for building a wall on our border with Mexico. Democratic Party leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer then responded. From our inception, Denison Forum has been nonpartisan. Our mission is not to endorse political leaders or...
“We’re more popular than Jesus now.” These words of John Lennon, published on this day in 1966, have become a famous—or infamous—part of cultural history. Here’s the larger context: Lennon told an interviewer for the London Evening Standard that “Christianity will go.” He added: “It will vanish and shrink. I...
Dana Milbank is a columnist for the Washington Post and a bestselling author. He has also been characterized as “extravagantly contrarian” and “one of the most extreme ideologues in the business.” Consider, for example, the title of his column following last weekend’s shootings: “Republicans’ thoughts and prayers have become a...
The first reactions to Star Wars: The Last Jedi are in. According to the Associated Press, “the enthusiastic audience laughed and cheered throughout much of the two-and-a-half-hour film.” If you weren’t invited to the Los Angeles premiere, that’s because you’re not a Hollywood insider. While being a celebrity might get...
Savannah Guthrie, one of the anchors on NBC’s Today show, interviewed Covington student Nick Sandmann yesterday morning. I watched the interview, then watched the response. It was as though two completely different conversations took place. Critics on the left lambasted the show for giving Sandmann a platform to tell his...
There is good news in the bad news making news today. First, the bad news: Large parts of Nebraska and the US Central Plains were underwater over the weekend after a late-winter “bomb cyclone” storm triggered historic flooding. Forecasters warn that more rain is coming tomorrow. A farmer named James...
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