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UNDERSTANDING THE CONSEQUENCES OF OUR WISE AND FOOLISH CHOICES

Yesterday was the 4th of July. Some celebrated what they think has made the United States great. Some did not. Some complained about real and imagined imperfections. There are various perspectives on what has made the United States great. Some … Continue reading

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IF IT IS SO FUNNY, WHY ISN’T ANYONE LAUGHING?

I ran across the following video here, “Outtayerdaminde” | See, there’s this thing called biology… (wordpress.com). It is a bit vulgar. Not really for children, but by the standards of this age it is hardly pornographic. Mostly, it just ridicules … Continue reading

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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN CHRISTIANS FAIL TO UNDERSTAND THEIR ROLE IN GOVERNMENT? — PART 3

This is the third post in this series. We have discussed: Why and how Christians Respect The Rights Of Their Neighbors. What Rights Do The First Four Of The Ten Commandments protect? Here we will look at the last six of The … Continue reading

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