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    Implications

    Albert Speer, the high-ranking architect of the Third Reich who was convicted at Nuremburg and sentenced to 20 years in prison for his role in the Holocaust, once wrote: “One…
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    Did You See?

    Did you see the mud-staind, fly-infested man Babeling quietly by the wall? Did you see the hardened, youthful menace Glaring out at the world with hate filled eyes? Did you…
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    JesUSAves

    Some nights I dream about Jesus. He’s tall and dark and wears white. Actually, I have never dreamed about Jesus. I dream about all sorts of other people, though: my…
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    The Commercial Church

    For thousands of years, the Church was everything for communities. People not only went to church for worship and Christian fellowship but for connection to information and the community around…
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    The Oldest Hatred

    In December, David Irving was released from prison in Austria nearly 18 months prior to his scheduled release. Imprisoned for a crime not considered to be “criminal” in the United…
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    Forgotten People

    Brenton Diaz is a Toronto youth pastor who has led several missions trips to a Native North American community in Northern Canada. Below he shares his heart and a bit…
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    Reflections on 9/11

    Sarah Sweatt – Little Rock, AR I was in U.S. History class when the second tower fell, watching dumbstruck as the event was covered live on CNN, still not understanding…
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    The Least of These

    Throughout college, the extent of my interaction with immigrants came from my job as a waitress. I enjoyed the company of our mostly Hispanic cooks and busboys, and when I…
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    Black History Month

    There are two questions that fellow teachers pose to me days after winter break. I consider both awkward. “What are you planning for Dr. King Day?” inquire acquaintances. “How are…
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    Xmas in the Culture Industry

    You’ve heard it before: Christmas is over-commercialized, secularized, hedonistic, etc … After all, for a holiday celebrating the humble onset of God’s incarnation on earth, it does seem incongruous that…
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    Abortion Revisited

    The issue of abortion used to be fairly simple: either you were for it or against it, and both sides had a pretty clear understanding of what they stood for.…
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    Remembering September 10th

    September 11th, 2001, will always be remembered as a tragic day in history. The cold-heartedness that could bring such atrocity to mankind makes one’s heart tremble. We pause in remembrance…
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    Indicted by Katrina

    I’m embarrassed right now. I’m convicted, but not “convicted” like I just heard a rousing sermon. I mean that there is more than enough evidence to convict me of a…
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