Category Archives: religion

HATRED PROVIDES A DIMINISHING MARGIN OF RETURNS

We are witnessing a strange sort of war. There are few explosions. Gun shots are rare. Still, there is plenty of outrage, anger, and hatred. The oddity is that instead of volumes of blood being spilt ink flows freely. Why … Continue reading

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THE POLITICAL ROLE OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

What is the role of Christians in politics? Jesus asked us to be salt and light. Matthew 5:13-16 New King James Version (NKJV) Believers Are Salt and Light 13 “You are the salt of the earth; but if the salt … Continue reading

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WHAT DOES A SURVIVOR LOOKS LIKE?

Above is the video that accompanied the editorial below, Survivors of late-term abortion are grown up and speaking out (washingtonexaminer.com). The subject? Sometimes an abortion fails, and the baby survives. Nothing speaks louder in the ongoing debate over late-term abortion … Continue reading

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TO WHOM DO WE BELONG?

In Theology Is Life, R.C. Sproul explains the difference between theology and religion. Why is this difference important? Theology and religion provide two very different ways of perceiving our relationship with God. How we choose to perceive our relationship with … Continue reading

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INCIVILITY: WHAT DO WE LOSE WHEN GOVERNMENT GIVES US OUR RIGHTS?

  Why would anyone behave with incivility towards another human being? The definition won’t tell you. incivility noun in·​ci·​vil·​i·​ty | \ˌin(t)-sə-ˈvi-lə-tē \ 1 : the quality or state of being uncivil 2 : a rude or discourteous act Does looking … Continue reading

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