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Guest Writers, Page 2
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» Church and State are Mutually Supportive
       by Jeff Lukens
       Our country and its laws were established on the fundamental belief that our morality emanates from God. While the Constitution begins with the line, "We the people," it does not contain any religious words. Some people cite this as evidenc... read more
    March 17, 2008
    Political
» If Churches Cannot Preach Against Abortion, They Should Just Close Their Doors
       by Pastor Phil Magnan
       Over the past 18 years of my life, I have worked to save the unborn by appealing to the churches. I have believed the notion that it takes time to win churches and pastors to our pro life stance. You know ...over time we'll convince the Christians to... read more
    January 28, 2008
    Social Issues
» Why Religious People Still Trust Their Houses of Worship with Financial Support
       by Dr. Steve McSwain
       The lion-share of charity is given each year by individuals. This year will be no exception and, by far, the largest percentage of it will be directed to churches, synagogues and temples. With the abuses of televangelists over the years and the repor... read more
    December 17, 2007
    Christian Living
» Can Children Recover from Their Parents' Divorce
       by Tricia Cunningham
       A middle aged dad called me one day and asked if I could see his two young boys for counseling. One was five and the other was three, almost four. Their mom had been involved in an affair with the school P.E. coach, and had decided to marry him. The ... read more
    October 22, 2007
    Christian Living
» Pardon Me, But Is There Something Missing?
       by Dennis Daily
       Recently I have discovered the do-it-yourself video Web site www.youtube.com. Even though, like much of the Internet, there is a lot of junk there, I found that many substantial and even religious things ARE available on the site, amid the bad home v... read more
    August 5, 2007
    Christian Living
» Pets are People Too, Right
       by Daniel Lapin
       A baby llama joined the Lapin family a while back. He was a gorgeous honey white animal with big brown eyes. The children named him Llucky and petitioned my wife and me to modify the spelling of our name to Llapin. He slept outside on a bed of straw ... read more
    August 5, 2007
    Christian Living
» Harry, Here Is a Name That You Can Invoke to Drive Out the Darkness
       by Dr. Ted Baehr, Publisher of MOVIEGUIDEĀ®
       Much of the latest HARRY POTTER movie involves the heroes trying to learn the right way to say the right name or incantation to fight the forces of darkness. To help them out, here is an article for a chapter that I wrote about the name above all nam... read more
    July 30, 2007
    Entertainment
» Spring is in the Air
       by Dr. Brett Sparks
       Spring has arrived and it is a beautiful time here in the Ozarks. All around the area, the Bradford pear trees display their white blossoms looking like clouds that have floated too low. Long hidden daffodils have sprung up out of nowhere to produce ... read more
    April 22, 2007
    Christian Living
» Jackie Robinson, meeting and learning from this great man
       by Bill Ellis
       I remember well the time I met Jackie Robinson, the first African American to play Major League baseball. My former classmate at Anderson College, Anderson, Indiana, and the celebrated Brooklyn Dodger pitcher, Carl Erskine, introduced me formally to ... read more
    April 14, 2007
    Sports
» The Diversity Demon
       by Al Cronkrite
       The New World was initially settled by Reformed Christians of English origin. Though there were differences, both the Pilgrims and the Puritans adhered to the Reformed Faith. As the colonies established themselves they became a magnet for Christian g... read more
    April 10, 2007
    Christian Living
» Lap Dog, Born Again Christianity
       by Al Cronkrite
       Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God...Truly, truly, I say to you unless one is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God. That which is born of the flesh is flesh and that... read more
    March 27, 2007
    Christian Living
» Crisis! We're not reading the Bible
       by John McNeil
       The Church is facing a crisis through the devaluation of its primary text, the new head of the Bible Society in New Zealand says. Mark Brown says most Christians would be comfortable stating that they consider the Bible to be an important text. Yet r... read more
    March 27, 2007
    Christian Living
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