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FIRST-PERSON: Heroes of Thanksgiving

EDITOR’S NOTE: A version of this Thanksgiving column by the late Jerry Falwell ran previously in Baptist Press in 2004. LYNCHBURG, Va. (BP)–Throughout our nation’s history there have been champions of freedom who bore a dramatic influence in the rise of freedom in America. I wish to honor these Christian leaders with this column. — […]

FIRST-PERSON: Heroes of Thanksgiving

LYNCHBURG, Va. (BP)--Throughout our nation’s history there have been champions of freedom who bore a dramatic influence in the rise of freedom in America. I wish to honor these Christian leaders with this column.

FIRST-PERSON: Hollywood still maligning Christians

LYNCHBURG, Va. (BP)--A new film is coming under criticism from a Christian film and television organization because it mocks Christianity and depicts those who follow Christ as foolish and irrational.

FIRST-PERSON: Character in action off the court

LYNCHBURG, Va. (BP)--The nation's sports pages are occasionally awash with stories of corrupt coaches, imprudent players and internal scandals.

FIRST-PERSON: Congresswoman Musgrave: courageous family advocate

LYNCHBURG, Va. (BP)--On Sunday, Sept. 7, Rep. Marilyn Musgrave, R.-Colo., addressed the audience at Thomas Road Baptist Church, the Lynchburg, Va., church I have pastored since its founding in 1956. I wish every Christian in America could have heard this courageous lady explain why she has sponsored the Federal Marriage Amendment, the proposed constitutional amendment designed to preserve the sanctity of marriage as a union solely between one man and one woman.

FIRST-PERSON: The enemy, they say, is you

LYNCHBURG, Va. (BP)--President Bush took a bold stance in voicing his backing of traditional marriage in America on July 30.

FIRST-PERSON: ‘The loving rebuke’

LYNCHBURG, Va. (BP)--Earlier this month, a group of religious figures gathered in Washington, D.C., in order to publicly condemn recent remarks on Islam and Mohammed by evangelical leaders, including me.

FIRST-PERSON: Ballplayers for life

LYNCHBURG, Va. (BP)--As a lifelong baseball fan, I was pleased to learn of a new organization that has recruited current and former Major League Baseball players, managers and executives to champion the pro-life cause.

FIRST-PERSON: A battle of ‘rights’

     LYNCHBURG, Va. (BP)--When does one's Christianity stop?
     The obvious answer is never, since Christians -- those who place their faith in Jesus Christ -- are to apply that faith to every element of their existence. However, a recent court case places at risk the interminable element of faith.

FIRST-PERSON: 30 years of legalized abortion

LYNCHBURG, Va. (BP)--What to you think of when contemplating the year 1973?