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Latest Columns, Page 27
» 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
    Political
» Respect Your Enemies
       by Brad Locke
       I admit, I find the "AND 1 Mix Tape Tour" and other such street ball competitions quite entertaining. But as I was watching the show on ESPN2 one night, a player bounced the ball off his defender's forehead and drove past him for a dunk to ... read more
    July 22, 2006
    Sports
» Curing a Disease That 'Wasn't'
       by Jane Jimenez
       A bright, bold sweater hangs from the thrift store rack. Beautiful on the hanger, a telltale loose strand of yarn hangs from the hem just under the last bottom bright gold button. At $5.00, the bargain tempts the unwary. But for those who take time t... read more
    July 20, 2006
    Social Issues
» Truth, Justice, and All That Stuff
       by Joe Murray
       Does Superman still stand for truth, justice, and all that stuff?" asks Perry White, editor of the fictional newspaper the Daily Planet in the new movie Superman Returns. The Daily Plant, of course, is the newspaper of Metropolis and the employe... read more
    July 19, 2006
    Entertainment
» School Meal Program Causes Imbalance In Delicate Family Ecology
       by Frederick Meekins
       From ecology, it has been learned that a complex interplay of factors and forces results in the balance of nature that environmentalists insist can be easily thrown out of whack should any one of these readings stray too far from the optimal norms. A... read more
    July 19, 2006
    Social Issues
» The Party of Death's Ploy
       by Nathan Tabor
       The national Democratic Party, which author Ramesh Ponnuru calls the Party of Death, has set its sights on African-Americans during this critical election year. Well-known black leaders such as the Reverends Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are encourag... read more
    July 19, 2006
    Political
» Using Pentecost Politically
       by Matt Friedeman
       A speaker once told those gathered at an academic meeting that everyone -- particularly those who have read their Bible carefully -- says they love the poor. Even so, said the presenter, what we need to start doing is asking each other the more point... read more
    July 15, 2006
    Political
» The Mocking Throng
       by Brad Locke
       The recent World Cup soccer tournament was a cause for celebration among the sport's faithful. It was also a delicious target for those who don't understand the game. I know several people who not only don't like soccer, but hate it. I've read of sev... read more
    July 15, 2006
    Sports
» The Language of God
       by Dr. Benjamin Wiker
       So often-in fact, with tireless repetition-we are told that the really top-name scientists are not Christians. That intellectual rigor and religious belief cannot coexist in the same person. We suspect that what is really the case, is that there are ... read more
    July 13, 2006
    Christian Living
» How Young Is Too Young?
       by Jane Jimenez
       I think she still holds it against me. As a teen today, it's absolutely ludicrous to think that my niece Katie needs to hold my hand while crossing the street. But way back when, when Katie was just three, our battle of wills produced fierce tears. O... read more
    July 13, 2006
    Social Issues
» Just Who's Using Whom For What In North Korea?
       by Paul Proctor
       A collective gasp arose from the worshippers. Then, claps and cheers," reported Sarah Price Brown in the June 27th issue of Religion News Service. "Evangelical pastor Rick Warren has been invited to preach this summer to some 15,000 Christi... read more
    July 12, 2006
    Christian Living
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