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A moment in the pit

A moment in the pit

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Faith & Inspiration | A Christian woman I know who is in a deep emotional pit sent me verses from Psalm 88 “proving” to me that the wrath of God is on her: “Your wrath lies…

Lady Justice’s new blindfold

Lady Justice’s new blindfold

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Law | Two unrelated news stories have been in the headlines in recent weeks. In one, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, surprised by the reaction to a law he signed to…

A tale of two thieves

A tale of two thieves

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Faith & Inspiration | Curmudgeons in the Bible contradictions industry may relish the seemingly at-odds recounting of the tale of two thieves executed on either side of Jesus. Here…

A class about nothing

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Higher Education | Psychology professor offers intensive case studies of the imaginary

A response to rebuke

A response to rebuke

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Faith & Inspiration | Last week I wrote about a former inmate who seemed to be slipping into a Satanic snare of the common variety. I would like to report that he received my…

No middle ground at the abortion center

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Abortion | Jill and I filled the 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. slot for the “40 Days for Life” campaign at 12th and Lombard streets in Philadelphia last Wednesday, one of the…

Making a virtue of vacillation

Making a virtue of vacillation

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Faith & Inspiration | Because people saved in prison sometimes fall away after release, the term “jailhouse conversion” has come to mean disingenuous religion or a ploy for…

Building a fighting force

Building a fighting force

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Faith & Inspiration | I circled the first place in the Old Testament where Israel is called an “army” or a “host.” It is Exodus 12:41, and it comes out of the blue. A…

Working for free

Working for free

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Faith & Inspiration | Tuesday nights I teach an English as a second language class at church and I enjoy it. So do my students. It occurred to me in the middle of our time together…

Mental blocks

Mental blocks

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Education | We may be losing more than we know with the death of cursive writing

Job, a man prepared

Job, a man prepared

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Faith & Inspiration | Adversity tests a man like fire tests gold and silver (Proverbs 17:3) and like a whipping gale tests a building foundation (Matthew 7:24–27). But as in the…

‘Scientists say’

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Climate Change | The blessing and curse of writing well is that in college you can produce term papers full of nonsense and get an “A.” A discerning professor will flag it…

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