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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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IS “SOCIAL JUSTICE” UNJUST?

Is “social justice” unjust? Unchristian? Some Christians clearly think so. Consider The Statement on Social Justice & the Gospel. Because the meaning of the expression “social justice” covers a lot of ground, refuting the concept must cover a similar amount … Continue reading

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WHY ARE WE BEING LED BY THE BEST POLITICIANS MONEY CAN BUY?

Why are we being led by the best politician money can buy? Are we are just getting what we have earned? Are we just being led by people just like ourselves? Consider how we choose our leaders. Most of us do … Continue reading

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WHAT IS TRUTH IN A FALLEN WORLD?

Two thousand years ago the vast majority of the inhabitants of the Roman Empire were pagans. They worshiped gods — idols — fashioned by human hands. Among the Peoples of that day, the Romans were considered an honorable lot. So it is that … Continue reading

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POLITICS, RELIGION, AND THE EXAMPLE OF CHRIST JESUS — PART 1

One of the pages on this website is Citizenship by Pastor Tim Crater of Woodbridge Bible Church. In his article, Pastor Crater provides excellent and soundly biblical reasons why Christians should participate in the political process. Here I would like to do the same by … Continue reading

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