Tag Archives: Helen Gurley Brown
Women in America: Once Protected and Honored, Now Objectified
Once upon a time in America, society demanded civility and honored women and motherhood. But honor seems to have been tossed by the wayside in this modern era and exchanged for a cheap view of the female sex.
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The Law of the Harvest: America Sows Free Love and Reaps Heartbreak
America was founded as a beacon of light, a refuge to those who only wanted to worship the God of the Bible as they saw fit. Our founding documents, the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution, were infused with biblical precepts and a presumption of a Creator and His transcendent Truth.
For over 200 years this experiment in liberty flourished, lighting the world with the light of Truth and Righteousness.
At times during our nation’s history, Americans en masse veered toward the broad path to destruction. And at every departure from upright and moral living, a preacher or …
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