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If the eye is sound

If the eye is sound

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Faith & Inspiration | “Christmas is a poor excuse every 25th of December to pick a man’s pockets.” That’s what Ebenezer Scrooge replied when his underpaid clerk Bob…

The resistance of California madness in Tennessee

The resistance of California madness in Tennessee

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Sexuality | I told you about the one-day touchdown in Nashville. Making my way through the airport concourse I passed clothing stores, Opry memorabilia shops, pastry…

Value systems

Value systems

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Faith & Inspiration | I spent yesterday in Nashville, Tenn. Only the one day. Flew there in the morning and flew back in the evening on somebody’s dime. No luggage, not even a…

The poor man's consolation

The poor man's consolation

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Faith & Inspiration | Being born into a social “class” is a fact of life acknowledged by all. In ancient Rome you had better be a citizen and a male if you left the house…

Slavery and the Bible

Slavery and the Bible

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Faith & Inspiration | Christians do not like to talk about slavery because it invites criticism of the Bible. Too bad. Knowledge of all the facts would make a wonderful apologetic…

A Thanksgiving tip

A Thanksgiving tip

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Faith & Inspiration | Urge your Thanksgiving guests today to say what they are thankful for to God, and who knows, somebody might speak up. But that lackluster response and the…

A tale of two kings

A tale of two kings

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Faith & Inspiration | Manasseh was a very bad king and Asa was a very good king, but there is more to the story. Asa, the king of Judah (the southern tribe ruled by the descendents…

Temporary housing

Temporary housing

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Faith & Inspiration | What happens when we have everything we want?

Coveting the inferior

Coveting the inferior

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Faith & Inspiration | When my firstborn was little, before her school days, the only bread I ever fed her contained the following ingredients: sprouted wheat, barley, beans,

Unholy glee

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Faith & Inspiration | It is one thing to kill your enemy; it is another thing to be gleeful about it. We know that even when presiding over the death of evil men, God has no glee…

Every man is religious

Every man is religious

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Faith & Inspiration | An actress on the radio related how her mother, the night before she died in a car accident many years ago, had a dream of bucolic fields of waving grain. The…

Thoughts on raising children—after the fact

Thoughts on raising children—after the fact

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Parenting | If I were asked for my thoughts on raising children, I would make this simple suggestion: Think about your own childhood. Many of your answers are found…

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