Columns Home

   Filoiann Wiedenhoff
   Frederick Meekins
   J. Matt Barber
   John Dillard
   Marsha Jordan
   Rev. Austin Miles
   Guest Writers

   Christian Living
   Social Issues

Bible Resources
• Bible Study Aids
• Bible Devotionals
• Audio Sermons
• ChristiansUnite Blogs
• Christian Forums
• Facebook Apps
Web Search
• Christian Family Sites
• Top Christian Sites
• Christian RSS Feeds
Family Life
• Christian Finance
• ChristiansUnite KIDS
• Christian Magazines
• Christian Book Store
• Christian News
• Christian Columns
• Christian Song Lyrics
• Christian Mailing Lists
• Christian Singles
• Christian Classifieds
• Free Christian Clipart
• Christian Wallpaper
Fun Stuff
• Clean Christian Jokes
• Bible Trivia Quiz
• Online Video Games
• Bible Crosswords
• Christian Guestbooks
• Banner Exchange
• Dynamic Content

Subscribe to our Free Newsletter.
Enter your email address:

Social Issues
 You're here » Christian Columns Index » Social Issues, Page 7
Social Issues - Latest Columns, Page 7
» Artists No More Important Than The Rest Of Us
       by Frederick Meekins
       In a market economy, those with socially valuable skills and abilities are monetarily rewarded in free exchange for their services or the goods that they produce. Those whose aptitudes do not fulfill some kind of broader demand or need are forced to ... read more
    May 31, 2006
» CDC: One Eye Closed
       by Jane Jimenez
       Unprecedented!" screamed Bruce Trigg of the New Mexico Department of Public Health. "Shocking!" lamented William Smith of the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States. "Astounded!" wailed Jonathan Zeni... read more
    May 26, 2006
» Scientists Suggest Bestiality
       by Frederick Meekins
       A comical reworking of "Happy Birthday To You" ends, "You look like a monkey and you act like one too." If certain scientists have their way, that ditty might very well come to be seen as something akin to a racial slur. It is rep... read more
    May 24, 2006
» CDC: Center for Disease Confusion
       by Jane Jimenez
       There is no doubt that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is involved in heroics on a daily basis. At the mention of the CDC, the mind conjures up pictures of people in white body suits racing across the world to halt the Ebola virus, swe... read more
    May 18, 2006
» The Pill That Kills-Available at a Doctor Near You
       by Nathan Tabor
       Imagine going to your doctor and being offered a pill-not because you were sick, or in any danger of becoming sick. No-you're friendly physician is simply giving you drugs because you're a woman. If that sounds like a Hitchcock horror story to you-be... read more
    May 17, 2006
       by Paul Proctor
       For the first time in my life, I put $70 worth of gas in my car. It wasn't premium and my tank wasn't empty. Many around the country are experiencing the same kind of shock at the pump and really don't know why. As a result, everything else we purcha... read more
    May 17, 2006
» Congress Threatens Internet Censorship
       by Frederick Meekins
       Thanks in part to sensational media reports, websites such as have gotten a reputation for attracting various kooks such as pedophiles and other nefarious miscreants. Now to make them look like they are doing something, the House of Repre... read more
    May 16, 2006
» Fred Phelps, Homosexual Activists Both Wrong
       by Gary Glenn
       The American Family Association of Michigan believes that homosexual behavior is harmful and wrong. Without apology, we oppose attempts by the Triangle Foundation and other homosexual activist groups to force their political agenda onto our children,... read more
    May 9, 2006
» Deaf-Mutes Make A Noisey Rucus
       by Frederick Meekins
       Normally, those with disabilities bring warm feelings to heart as they struggle to achieve and get ahead despite their limitations often with a positive outlook most of us could learn from. Ironically, though, the deaf seem to rank among the crabbies... read more
    May 9, 2006
» Religious Communities Hardly Score with TIME
       by Matt Friedeman
       Here's our list of the 100 men and women whose power, talent or moral example is transforming our world," says the latest issue of TIME Magazine. As Joel Belz of World Mag Blog suggests, only three on the TIME list could be deemed religious lead... read more
    May 5, 2006
» GOWYL (Get On With Your Life)
       by Jane Jimenez
       They offer advice to people in pain. On the surface, their advice sounds forward-looking, pragmatic, and helpful: Get On With Your Live ... GOWYL. Psychologists and counselors are dealing with a problem that many in America consider inevitable: divor... read more
    May 3, 2006
» He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not
       by Jane Jimenez
       Once upon a time, if you wanted to know if he loved you, it was a simple matter of asking a daisy flower. Pluck a petal, he loves me. Pluck another, he loves me not. Plucking petal after petal, down to the center of the daisy, love, not, love, not, l... read more
    April 27, 2006
Page:   1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8
Like This Page?