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What Will It Take? (27-Jun-03)
by David C. Grabbe
Yesterday the Supreme Court of the United States of America removed the ban on homosexual sex. ...
Comfort One Another With These Words (20-Jun-03)
by Martin G. Collins
The reality of death is that we can rarely predict when it will occur. Many factors affect longevity—some we have control over and some we do not. ...
Music and Cultural Freefall (13-Jun-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Cable television's VH1 published the results of its survey of the "100 Greatest Songs of the Past 25 Years," hailing Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" as its number one. ...
Equilibrium (06-Jun-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
God has endowed His creation with a self-adjusting mechanism that, unless altered by cataclysmic forces, brings things back to a state of equilibrium. ...
Putting Out Flawed Study Practices (30-May-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
As managing editor of Forerunner magazine, I occasionally receive unsolicited articles from readers who want their work published. ...
Reasons for Optimism (23-May-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Are you an optimist or a pessimist? Are you generally up or down? Is your glass half-full or half-empty? Do you believe "all things work together for good" (Romans 8:28) or "all is vanity and grasping for the wind" (Ecclesiastes 2:17)?
Which God Do You Worship? (16-May-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
In the time when paganism was dominant, people tried to worship all the gods in the pantheon, but usually they had a particular fondness for a certain deity. ...
Falling Leaves (09-May-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Part of my responsibilities entails a great deal of reading of news and comment. ...
You Fight and War (02-May-03)
by Martin G. Collins
While suffering under the tyrannical, secular regime of Saddam Hussein, the Iraqi people were more personally free from the murderous, religious radicals of the various Islamic sects. ...
Ditzy Chicks (25-Apr-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
I wish I did not have to be so negative about this, but I keep discovering additional proof that "people are stupid" is a true statement. ...
What Makes This a 'Good' Friday? (18-Apr-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
...To Catholics and many Protestants, Good Friday is a semi-holy day commemorating the day Jesus died nearly two thousand years ago. These same people celebrate Easter Sunday two days later, rejoicing that Jesus rose from the dead. What has always been confusing is how normally reasonable people can observe these days that are so woefully contradictory to the biblical accounts of Christ's death and resurrection. And this is without getting into the obvious pagan fertility symbols of bunnies and eggs that have nothing whatsoever to do with the awesome significance of the death, burial, and resurrection of mankind's Savior. ...
Deception by Silence (11-Apr-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Just today, The New York Times broke the story that CNN kowtowed to Saddam Hussein's regime, agreeing to ignore stories of brutality so that the "news" network could keep its Baghdad bureau open. ...
Always an Angle (04-Apr-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
One of the most conspicuous features of the now-two-week-old war in Iraq is the flood of information that has poured from Baghdad, Washington, London, Qatar, New York City, and various points in between. ...
Those Who Suffer (28-Mar-03)
by Martin G. Collins
In observing the news coverage for the last week and a half, I am not quite sure whether I am being informed about the blow-by-blow events of a war, a boxing match, or a football game. ...
Cutting Off the Snake's Head (21-Mar-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
As anyone can see on television, the war is on and progressing to the Bush administration's satisfaction. ...
Squandering Opportunity (14-Mar-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Most of America has been paying attention to the ins and outs of the "War on Terror" or "Showdown With Saddam. ...
Called to Liberty (07-Mar-03)
by Martin G. Collins
The 18th-century German philosopher, Immanuel Kant, surmised, "Freedom is the birthright of man; it belongs to him by right of his humanity, in so far as this consists with every other person's freedom. ...
Balls and Strikes (28-Feb-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
When I awoke this morning, I actually remembered my dream. ...
Public Schools and Teaching Character (21-Feb-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
At an October 2002 Hillsdale College seminar, former Secretary of Education, Drug Czar, and The Book of Virtues author William J. ...
A Culture in Freefall (14-Feb-03)
by Richard T. Ritenbaugh
Not too long ago, Americans could sneer across the Atlantic at the abysmal state of European moral standards. ...


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