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Rev. Austin Miles A chaplain and award winning writer with stories published world wide as well as reviews of books, art shows and concerts, received Commendation for Critical Review by UC Fullerton. A writer-researcher and technical consultant for the multi-award winning TV Series, Ancient Secrets of The Bible that debuted on CBS TV and has been in constant reruns since. Broke several major news stories including the mandated course on Islam for public school 7th graders, which shocked the world when it was revealed shortly after 9-11, wrote the definitive story of the history of Santa Claus, "Santa's Surprising Origins," that is considered a Christmas Classic and republished world-wide annually since 2001 and was sued for slander by atheist Michael Newdow. The court ruled against Newdow.

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February 18, 2012

Whitney's Spectacular Going Home Ceremony

Grammy Photo Gallery

by Rev. Austin Miles More stars were gathered in a church today than attended The Grammy Awards Ceremony. It was a setting where: star entertainers exhibited total respectful dignity...a film star riveting the audience with a moving tribut

February 13, 2012

Grammy Awards Show-Prayer to Blasphemy

Grammy Photo Gallery

Commentary by Rev. Austin MilesLos Angeles 2/13/12. Sunday night's Grammy Awards Show ran the gamut of emotions. The unexpected death of Whitney Houston the day before plunged everyone into a tail-spin leaving a sense of heaviness in the at

January 16, 2012

Startling TRUTH About Hero Athlete!

Courtesty of Tim Vaughn Studios Brentwood, Caliifornia

The email was forwarded to us by longtime friend, Helen Trautman, CEO of Results Unlimited in Pittsburgh. The contents, originally sent by an officer of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, have been challenged and trashed by Leftists who ra

January 3, 2012

Atheists Lose Their Cool Over Tim Tebow

Denver Broncos

There was a time when atheists were nicer and had some class. Atheists of old drastically differered from those of today. High profile philosophers David Hume, Bertrand Russell and even Voltaire (among others) were not in the closet about t