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Traditional Motherhood is Oppressive Evolution and You Answers From The Founding Fathers, In the Footsteps of Giants
Evolution and You
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Dr. D. James Kennedy, in this enlightening full-length sermon, refutes the myth that motherhood is oppressive and limiting to women. Contrary to the depreciated role that feminists assign to motherhood, Dr. Kennedy uses Scripture to give evidence of a greater purpose for it. This is a speech delivered by Dr. Kennedy at the 2nd International Conference on Creationism, held July 30 to August 4, 1990, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Jerry Newcombe, co-host of the television program, Kennedy Classics, takes a look at some of the core principles our founding fathers followed in establishing a nation that was uniquely fashioned “only for a moral and religious people,” and he shows how these principles will give us the answers we need for modern America, if we will but follow them now.

A Christian Manifesto Noble Origin and Destiny Meaning for Life
A Christian Manifesto
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Meaning for Life
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In this chillingly relevant sermon, the late Dr. Francis Schaeffer warns against the societal trend towards humanism and what it means for religious freedom in America. A Christian Manifesto is a wake-up call for followers of Christ to rise and combat the intrusion of government power on the inalienable rights given to us by our Creator. As Dr. D. James Kennedy points out in his full-length sermon on the text of Hebrews 2:6-7, the way the Christian and the evolutionist answer such questions as “Where did I come from?” “Why am I here?” and “Who am I?” are diametrically antithetical one to the other. In this full-length message, preached in 2004 from the text, Act 17:6, Dr. D. James Kennedy challenges Christians to “change the world.”