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» Should the Church Steer Clear of Politics?
       by Matt Friedeman
       There has been quite a bit of conversation recently about a New York Times article concerning the Rev. Gregory Boyd who, in a series of sermons titled "The Cross and the Sword," advised his mega-church congregation to "steer clear of p... read more
    August 5, 2006
» Hints Revealed Why Border Left Wide Open
       by Frederick Meekins
       Ben Franklin is attributed with saying that those desiring safety above liberty deserve neither safety nor liberty. If one particular proposal being suggested as a potential solution to the seemingly insurmountable immigration problem is implemented,... read more
    August 5, 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
    Christian Living
» Mel Gibson's Problem Is Not Alcohol
       by Paul Proctor
       I'm sure you've seen the headlines and the mug shot of Mel Gibson being booked for DUI. It is one of those human-interest stories that generate an enormous amount of media attention and website traffic, not so much because it involves alcohol abuse b... read more
    August 2, 2006
    Christian Living
» The Stem Cell Sidestep
       by Joe Murray
       This bill," bellowed President Bush, "would support the taking of innocent human life in the hope of finding medical benefits for others ... [i]t crosses a moral boundary that our decent society needs to respect." And with a sense of m... read more
    August 1, 2006
    Social Issues
» Making God Laugh
       by Marsha Jordan
       One snowy morning, I left church with a simple "to do" list. It included "Go to church, go home, and relax with the family." Nowhere on the list was "fishtail around an icy curve, become airborne, flip my van, barely miss a t... read more
    July 31, 2006
    Christian Living
» A Message Lost
       by Brad Locke
       Tony Stewart's last shred of credibility was ripped away when his actions again contradicted his words at the Pennsylvania 500 on July 23. His crusade this season has been to teach NASCAR's young, uninhibited drivers a thing or two about respect and ... read more
    July 29, 2006
» The Lessons of Henry Jackson High
       by Joe Murray
       A world-wide overturning of values," wrote Georg Lukacs, "cannot take place without the annihilation of the old values and the creation of new ones by the revolutionaries." Lukacs, a Hungarian communist and foot solider of the Cominter... read more
    July 28, 2006
» North Carolina Judge Lowers Great Moral Standard
       by Rev. Mark Creech
       A sheriff's dispatcher in Pender County, North Carolina, Deborah Hobbs was living with her boyfriend when Sheriff Carson Smith ordered her to marry, move out, or give up her employment. Hobbs decided to quit. Incensed, she said in a statement: "... read more
    July 26, 2006
    Social Issues
» Giving Parents a Break
       by Nathan Tabor
       We live in a schizophrenic society. On one hand, our government, through the supposedly learned men and women of the U.S. Supreme Court, sanctions the killing of innocent children in the name of "choice." On the other hand, state and federa... read more
    July 26, 2006
» Why Your Local Church Didn't Make 'The List'
       by Matt Friedeman
       I am just as jealous as I can be ... in a holy sort of way, of course. My church of 200 attenders didn't make the recent list of the 50 most influential churches. Dr. John Vaughan of Church Growth Today asked 2,000 of the largest non-Catholic congreg... read more
    July 25, 2006
    Christian Living
» Don't Do As I Do
       by Frederick Meekins
       As many age and grow saddened that the pleasures of this life diminish and are to soon come to an end, they often cope with this existential crisis by criticizing the young for behaviors they themselves use to participate in and wish for future gener... read more
    July 25, 2006
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