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» Dark Ages Of Broadcasting Looms On The Horizon
       by Frederick Meekins
       Don Imus' comments that the Rutger's ladies basketball team were a bunch of tattooed nappy-headed hoes might not have been the kindest thing to say about these athletes, though one must note the claim has not been entirely refuted as interestingly in... read more
    July 18, 2007
    Social Issues
» A Review Of The Deceived By Bill Myers
       by Frederick Meekins
       Matthew 24:24 warns "For false Christs and false prophets will appear and perform great signs and miracles to deceive even the elect --- if that were possible." With all the enticing messages trying to lead Christian young people astray, &q... read more
    June 26, 2007
    Christian Living
» Strangers and Pilgrims
       by Jeremy Reynalds
       It's rare that I read a book through from cover to cover in one sitting. But there was something so intensely compelling and readable about "The Last of the Wagon Pioneers" by John and Patty Probst that I couldn't put down. The book is the ... read more
    June 10, 2007
    Christian Living
» Pizzeria Dishes Up Big Slice Of Monetary Subversion
       by Frederick Meekins
       Observant critics of the illegal immigration plague sweeping across the United States point out the irony that, while those sneaking across the boarder often have no desire to acclimate to the culture into which they are intruding, they have little p... read more
    June 7, 2007
» Middle Class An Endangered Species In Maryland
       by Frederick Meekins
       With the reassertion of the monopoly of the Democratic Party over Maryland politics which for the previous four years had been what amounted to a party-and-a-half system, the jurisdiction jokingly referred to as "the Free State" is well on ... read more
    May 17, 2007
» Edwards Panders For Hypocrite Ballot
       by Frederick Meekins
       Since we are all individuals marred by the stain of sin, at one time or another all of us eventually fail to practice what we preach. Normally, this isn't too big of a problem as most of us don't have that much influence beyond that of our own friend... read more
    May 14, 2007
» 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
» Virginia School Alma Mater Of Multiple Mass Murderers
       by Frederick Meekins
       Westfield High School in Chantilly, VA is developing an infamous reputation. Not only is it the alma mater of Virginia Tech gunman Cho Seung-Hui but also of Michael Kennedy, who shot up a Fairfax Virginia police station in May 2006 where he murdered ... read more
    April 21, 2007
    Social Issues
» Little Point In Voting As Fate Of Nation Already Decided
       by Frederick Meekins
       Every two years on the first Tuesday of November, Americans go to the polls in hopes of influencing the direction of the nation in regards to matters of politics and policy. However, the exercise of this civic duty may be increasingly directed toward... read more
    April 18, 2007
» Turning the 'Duke City' into the 'City Immaculate.'
       by Jeremy Reynalds
       The caller sounded a little frantic. Identifying herself as the manager of a local motel, the woman explained that she was having problems with a woman who had been staying at her motel. She explained that "Josephine's" (not her real name) ... read more
    April 14, 2007
    Social Issues
» 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
» 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
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