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Latest Columns, Page 19
» He Bought Up the Records
       by Rev. Mark Creech
       Not many people are aware of it, and others may have forgotten about it, but my mother had a distinguished country music singing career back in the late 1960s and the early 1970s. Two of her records did very well; her country rendition of "The N... read more
    December 13, 2006
    Christian Living
» Offending and being offended by Christmas
       by Bill Ellis
       Every day somebody, somewhere, is offended because of the Prince of Peace. We are reminded of it on daily newscasts, in newspapers, magazines, letters and e-mails. When the baby Jesus grew up to be a man He talked about peace, forgiveness, love, good... read more
    December 13, 2006
    Christian Living
» Life Matters to God -- And Here's How to Live It
       by Tim Wildmon
       Funny how life changes as you go though the years. For most people in America it goes like this. Childhood is filled with wonder. Everything is a new experience. There is very little sense of time except that it seems like forever until Christmas arr... read more
    December 8, 2006
    Christian Living
» Why Much of Religious Programming Is Just Plain Awful
       by Matt Friedeman
       For the first time, most American homes have more televisions than people. According to the latest data from Nielsen Media Research, the average U.S. household has 2.55 people and 2.73 TVs. Much of the programming, alas, is religious. Whenever I thin... read more
    December 8, 2006
    Entertainment
» Moral Implications of the MVP -- and Other Nonsense
       by Brad Locke
       I admit, I was hacked off when Albert Pujols again got robbed of a National League MVP award. When the Phillies' Ryan Howard won the award recently, it marked the third time in Pujols' six-year career that he'd finished second in the balloting. The C... read more
    December 8, 2006
    Sports
» 1 is a Lonely, Elusive Number
       by Brad Locke
       Across the country, fans, coaches, journalists and people looking for ways to make fun of America are preparing for the annual furor over a bunch of inscrutable numbers coughed out by some mysterious, heartless computer program designed by someone wh... read more
    December 8, 2006
    Sports
» Contract Granted For American Concentration Camps
       by Frederick Meekins
       For years, whispers have ebbed and flowed across the currents of cyberspace that the U.S. government had plans on the drawing board for the establishment of detention and relocation camps to heard massive swaths of the population into during times of... read more
    November 30, 2006
    Political
» World Falls Into Bolshevist Dark Age
       by Frederick Meekins
       Coupled with the win of Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua, it seems with the Democratic victory that the world may be falling into a new Bolshevist Dark Age. Some might argue the above characterization is a bit harsh, but it is entirely accurate. According ... read more
    November 10, 2006
    Political
» Who Shall Care for the Nation's Soul
       by Rev. Mark Creech
       In his book, Vital Truth: Christian Citizenship, Jeffrey L. Myers says he once heard of a church that was so removed from the political process that its members thought it was against God's will to vote. He notes: "Concerned that a corrupt polit... read more
    November 10, 2006
    Christian Living
» A Good Election Loss for the GOP
       by Matt Friedeman
       In general, this was a good election. The only way to make it great would be for Republicans to have lost another five seats in the Senate and another 20 in the House. The worse the loss, the quicker and more intensely the GOP searches for its wander... read more
    November 10, 2006
    Political
» The Power of Presence
       by Matt Friedeman
       Sometimes, just showing up makes a difference. Dr. Carolyn Knight from Wesley College in Florence, Mississippi, started showing up several years ago outside of strip clubs in our community to talk to patrons about the Lord. Subsequently, she and her ... read more
    November 10, 2006
    Christian Living
» Fear Not
       by Brad Locke
       I imagine my athletic career, what there was of it, wasn't more successful because of one thing -- fear. That, and all I really had going for me was soft hands and the ability to take a fall without getting hurt. Heck, I'm still a bit scared of the b... read more
    November 10, 2006
    Sports
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