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» What Is Religion Good For Anyway
       by Dr. Benjamin Wiker
       In the last article on The Secular Revolution we reported Smith’s claim that secular revolutionaries dealt with religious believers in a less than honest way, claiming publicly that believers could have their spiritual world but proclaiming private... read more
    September 15, 2006
» What Did I Do To Deserve This?
       by Marsha Jordan
       You must have done something awful for this to happen to you." Has anyone ever said that to you? Have you said it to yourself? Job had been through a lot. He'd lost his children, his home, his possessions, and his health. All he had left was his... read more
    September 12, 2006
» Wall Street Journal Chronicles The Unreported Plight of Purpose Driven Refugees
       by Paul Proctor
       This is a first, my friends. Mark it on your calendar. Until now, no mainstream news organization has dared call into question the "People's Pastor" and his Purpose Driven Life. Not unlike the infamous pedophile scandals of the Catholic Chu... read more
    September 10, 2006
» In Emergent Circles Da Vinci Code No Worse Than Left Behind
       by Frederick Meekins
       In the spring of 2005, I wrote a column detailing what I considered a few of the shortcomings and dangers of the Emergent Church Movement. Much to my surprise, the piece sparked more of a debate than originally anticipated, full detail of which I am ... read more
    September 10, 2006
» The Church and Culture: Never Give Up
       by Matt Friedeman
       An article by Stan Guthrie in Christianity Today recently juxtaposed the positions of the culture war nicely. You can either concern yourselves with individuals or concern yourself with the broader culture. Or both. The latter is the only real option... read more
    September 9, 2006
» Fighting for that City on a Hill
       by Joe Murray
       It is written in Proverbs that "[w]hen the righteous increase, the people rejoice, [b]ut when a wicked man rules, people groan." In a day where unborn children are reduced to a personal choice and images of a crucifix dipped in urine substi... read more
    September 8, 2006
» Why Doesn't God Answer My Prayer?
       by Marsha Jordan
       I heard a story about a girl who wrote to a missionary. She'd been told not to request a response from him because missionaries are very busy. She wrote, "We are praying for you, but we are not expecting an answer." Do you feel like God doe... read more
    September 7, 2006
» Displaying the Cross -- or Carrying It
       by Matt Friedeman
       David Wells, in his new book Above All Earthly Pow'rs (Eerdman's), bemoans contemporary evangelicalism: "This is probably the first time that Christian people anywhere in the West have thought that ecclesiastical architecture is, in principle, o... read more
    September 2, 2006
» 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
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