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» A Review Of The Case For Christ By Lee Strobel
       by Frederick Meekins
       In the field of apologetics, leadership is often taken by scholars in the discipline of philosophy as such academics are often inclined to point out the inconsistencies of various belief systems and the rational superiority of the Christian faith. Wh... read more
    September 2, 2006
» Starting with the Back Page
       by Jane Jimenez
       Two-and-a-half inches, the letters on the top of the front page reach out and grab passers-bys on the college campus: NEW TIMES. Although it proclaims its Times as NEW, the paper is actually over 35 years old, a living legacy from the Age of Aquarius... read more
    September 1, 2006
» The Church That 'Runs Through It'
       by Matt Friedeman
       Back in my youth there was a gentleman known throughout the state of Kansas as the Rev. Richard Taylor. His organization, "Kansans for Life at its Best," sought to stand against the liberalization of the state's gambling and liquor laws. My... read more
    August 29, 2006
» Treasures In Sinland
       by Paul Proctor
       One of my readers ended an email message to me the other day with: "Do you ever write anything positive?" The funny thing was; it happened to be someone who generally supported my views until I unwittingly smashed an idol of his in a recent... read more
    August 25, 2006
» Pooped
       by Marsha Jordan
       Yesterday was one of those days. I was so pooped that I struggled to sit upright at the dining room table. It took extreme effort to hold my head up out of the soup bowl. Days like that are common for me because I have a connective tissue disease tha... read more
    August 24, 2006
» 'Red-Letter Christians' and Their Dangerous Omissions
       by Matt Friedeman
       Note to self: Here lies a lesson on how really bad ideas get started. Tony Campolo, eager to promote the Evangelical Left's newest movement -- "Red-Letter Christianity" -- writes that the label comes from ... "A secular Jewish Country-... read more
    August 22, 2006
» Life In The Manure Pile
       by Marsha Jordan
       The husband once aspired to be a self-sufficient, back-to-the-land pioneer. He bought a windmill, oil lamps, beehives, and a couple of pigs, which we named Lois Lane and Clark Kent. This dirty duo caused me headaches from the day we took them home. W... read more
    August 18, 2006
» The Man Who Would Be King
       by Paul Proctor
       He was born in an out-of-the-way place, the son of a poor mother and father whom the world would one day call blessed. He arrived challenging the establishment and literally shook the world with things that eyes and ears had never before witnessed. H... read more
    August 16, 2006
» A Youth Exodus From Church
       by Matt Friedeman
       AgapePress has reported that Dr. Frank Page, the new president of the Southern Baptist Convention, is disturbed that many students are leaving the church once they graduate. Indeed, the Convention's Council on Family Life reports that some 88 percent... read more
    August 16, 2006
» Busted!
       by Ramesh Ponnuru
       Mel Gibson says that he is not an anti-Semite. Even the friendliest observer of his actions must, however, conclude that he has anti-Semitic impulses (among other troubles). His denial of anti-Semitism can be taken in two ways. It might be that his c... read more
    August 11, 2006
» Hurting or Helping?
       by Marsha Jordan
       Over and over, Cobi screamed, "No! No!" as the nurse and I held him down. He sobbed in pain and begged for my help, but all I could do was push him down onto the table with all my might as he kicked at me. The look of fear on his face burne... read more
    August 9, 2006
» Where Is The Passion Of Compassion?
       by Jonathan Flora
       There is this scene in a movie you may have heard of. In it, a man stoops down and places his finger in the dirt to write. As he does, the dust from the ground explodes with the power of the words being drawn. We then see several defeated men toss th... read more
    August 2, 2006
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