1. “Christian School Locked in Legal Battle With Teachers Fired for Refusing to Affirm Their Faith” – Two former school teachers fired for refusing to affirm their faith file lawsuit against Christian elementary school owned by Calvary Chapel of Thousand Oaks. (Christian News)
2. “Dan and Me: My Coming Out as a Friend of Dan Cathy and Chick-fil-A” – Story of homosexual activist and Chick-fil A’s Dan Cathy becoming friends despite their differences. (The Huffington Post)
3. “Why the theology of Rome will never end abortion” – Jon Speed explains why the theology of Rome will never end abortion. The article also includes a video of Jon Speed interviewing Catholics at the recent March for Life in Washington D.C. (Crown Rights Media)
4. “A Puritan Theology” – The following video is Paul Washer’s endorsement and review of Joel Beeke and Mark Jones’ recent book “A Puritan Theology – Doctrine for Life”:
1. “We are raising a generation of deluded narcissists” – Fox News report on a study showing that college students are more confident about their abilities even if reality and their test scores don’t prove it (Fox News).
2. “Babies are Murdered Here. Official Trailer” – The following is the official trailer for the upcoming Crown Rights Media documentary featuring evangelists Jon Speed and Robert S. Hughes proclaiming the Gospel at abortion clinics (YouTube).
3. “A California Drought: Not Enough Children” – Recent study shows that not enough children are born in California which will create an economic and demographic challenge (Wall Street Journal).
4. “Most And Least Religious Cities In America” – The Huffington Post on the results of a study of the most and least religious cities in the United States (Huffington Post).
5. “Pre-registration for Grace To You’s “Strange Fire Conference” on the Holy Spirit and the charismatic movement starts today” – John MacArthur, R.C. Sproul, Conrad Mbewe, Steve Lawson, and Phil Johnson will be the speakers at this years Grace To You Conference on the Holy Spriit and the charismatic movement (October 16 – 18, 2013).