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Robert Knight

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A writer for Timothy Partners, Ltd. He is a regular weekly columnist for The Washington Times and Townhall.com and is frequently published by AmericanThinker.com, DailyCaller.com, OneNewsNow.com, and others. He has authored the following books: “A Strong Constitution: What Would America Look Like If We Followed the Law” (D. James Kennedy Ministries, 2018), Invested with Purpose: The Birth of the Biblically-Responsible Investment Movement, and A Nation Worth Fighting For: 10 Steps to Restore Freedom.

Author Posts

30 Mar 2020
Find peace in His Word

With a viral pandemic, the stock market bucking like a bronco and the media hyping anything that enhances doom and gloom, it’s hard to concentrate on much else. Read More

27 Feb 2020
21 Feb 2020
Dad-daughter movie night
6 Feb 2020
6 Feb 2020
22 Jan 2020
Pro-life activists march in Washington DC.

A pro-life campaign that began last year in the little East Texas town of Waskom is quickly spreading.

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13 Jan 2020
The power of fasting and other insights into this Biblically sound practice.

The power of fasting and other insights into this Biblically sound practice.

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12 Dec 2019

The University of Central Florida, located in Orlando, is the largest university in the United States, with more than 69,000 students enrolled on campus.

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28 Nov 2019
At the Timothy Plan, we’re not only grateful to live in the freest and most prosperous nation in history, but for many blessings that God has bestowed on us. This past year alone, we reflected on some of those moments.

Talk show host and movie critic Michael Medved once told a cultural conference in Washington, D.C. that people could be divided into two basic groups – those who are grateful to God and those who are not.

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21 Nov 2019
People who identify as religious are often the glue that holds communities together. They account for a lion’s share of giving to the poor, volunteering and other signs of a caring community.

Those who cheer the idea of a more secularized America might want to consider the consequences for charity.

People who identify as religious are often the glue that holds communities together. They account for a lion’s share of giving to the poor, volunteering and other signs of a caring community.

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