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'Wicked deed'

'Wicked deed'

By Jamie Dean
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Abortion | Leaders in the pro-life movement respond to the murder of late-term abortionist George Tiller

"Laodicean"

By Andrée Seu
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Education | "Laodicean," which means lukewarm in religion or politics, was the word that won the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington last Thursday. (The name of…

On the death of the wicked

By Tony Woodlief
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Newsworthy | My wife wept when she heard that abortionist George Tiller had been murdered. She cried out and left the sanctuary of our church, perhaps for fear of hearing…

Following Jesus in the Real World: Saving us from ourselves

By Dave Burchett
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Culture | Youngest son Brett recently moved to San Antonio and unfortunately my schedule allowed me to help. I say unfortunately because he chose a third-floor…

Innocent or 'infidel' abroad?

Innocent or 'infidel' abroad?

By Cal Thomas
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Opinion | How will President Obama and his faith be viewed when he addresses the Muslim world in Cairo this week?

Entering white water

By Andrée Seu
Posted

Faith & Inspiration | "For this is the will of God, your sanctification" (1 Thessalonians 4:3). If a person were stranded on a street corner, earnestly hoping for a way to get to…

Justice and mercy

By Alex Tokarev
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Economy | How do we apply the laws of justice and mercy under the conditions of free market capitalism? Parents are to provide for their children until such time as…

Ronald Reagan tribute

Ronald Reagan tribute

By Jacob Parrish
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Presidency | In a bipartisan effort, a statue of the late former president is unveiled in the Capitol Rotunda

<em>Up</em> soars

Up soars

By Megan Basham
Posted

Movies | Pixar's winning streak continues, thanks to the truth-telling philosophy of writer and director Pete Docter

Healthy arguments

Healthy arguments

By Jacob Parrish
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Healthcare | The debate over the government's role in health care reform heats up on Capitol Hill

"Living in unfinished stories"

By Andrée Seu
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Faith & Inspiration | In the best book I have ever read on prayer, A Praying Life , Paul Miller writes: "When the story isn't going your way, ask yourself, 'What is God doing?' Be on…

Youth movement revolutionizing Guatemala

By Anthony Bradley
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Issues | Guatemalan Gen Xers and Millennials have taken to the streets to stand up for justice in light of a nation riddled with violence and corruption. The past few…

 
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