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Don't Cheapen the Cross
With Easter less than two weeks away, there is no better time to focus on the meaning of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Many people are fascinated by this phenomenon,whether or... Read more
by Dr. Laurel Shaler | Dr. Laurel Shaler
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Religion Is For Those in Need
The 10 happiest countries one earth are among the least religious; conversely, the 10 least happy countries are among the most religious.  Such information would seem to discredit religion, but it... Read more
by Gene Veith | Cranach
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Learning Politics From My Refugee Parents: A Lesson into World History
My parents came to visit me, my husband, and the grandkids for Spring Break and provided interesting lessons in world history as I quizzed them about their past. It started innocently when I was... Read more
by Kim Parker | East Meets West Social Worker
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Would You Die for the Nation?
Is dying for nation (or country) truly noble? More personally, would I be willing to fight for the sake of the United States? Read more
by D. G. Hart | Putting the Protest in Protestant
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Torture Again: Why It Is Always Wrong and More
If I were pastor of a person who engaged in torture of another human being (or even of an animal) I would confront him or her and ask him or her to stop, repent, and undergo a restoration process. Read more
by | Roger E. Olson
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Are Atheists Really Theists in Disguise?
Nietzsche believed that the atheists around him were saying one thing – namely, that God doesn’t exist – while in reality acting as though God did exist. Read more
by Dr. Jeremy Neill | Everyday Ethics
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