“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!” – Samuel Adams

Archive for February 6th, 2011

Ronald Reagan: Don’t Ignore the Evil Empire

Ronald Reagan: Don't Ignore the Evil Empire

As we remember the birthday of Ronald Reagan, the greatest American president of the last 150 years, this is another of his hallmark speeches. This is another of those speeches which displayed his deep character and his burning love of freedom. It was his speech on March 8, 1983 to the National Association of Evangelicals in which he first used the term “evil empire,” in referring to what truly was an evil empire: the Soviet Union.

Reagan: Tear Down This Wall

Reagan: Tear Down This Wall

Today is the birthday of the greatest American president in the last 150 years: Ronald Reagan. As we remember this giant of a man, this great freedom fighter, this tireless apostle of the American way, watch this video of one of his greatest moments: when he called on the Soviets to tear down the freedom-robbing Berlin Wall.

Dakota Voice Week in Review, Ending Feb. 5, 2011

Dakota Voice Week in Review, Ending Feb. 5, 2011

The best of the best at Dakota Voice last week, including: Radical Homosexual Intimidation Cows Chick-fil-A; Chick-Fil-A Controversy is Anti-Christian Bigotry; Exposing the Ideology of Islam; South Dakota Legislature: Commitment to Freedom Too Much to Ask?; Rush Limbaugh Brings out Inner Wimp of the Left; Striking Down ObamaCare: A Closer Look; Sex Trafficking: There’s More to the Super Bowl Than Sports; and more!

DICISPLESHIP SERIES: The Kingdom is Revealed through We not Me

DICISPLESHIP SERIES: The Kingdom is Revealed through We not Me

Jesus’ invitation is to “enter the kingdom of God.” Practically, this means that we are saved out of our isolation and alienation and into the community of God’s people. As C. S. Lewis points out in his classic work Mere Christianity, when Christians are “united together in a body, loving one another, helping one another…” their life together becomes “the one really adequate instrument for learning about God….” There is a profoundly corporate sense to God’s redemptive plan that carries forward from national Israel to form a new covenant people (the church) out of both the Jew and Gentile into the new Israel.