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Radical Islam in North America

This week in Ottawa, Ontario, Michael Zehaf-Bibeau shot and killed a soldier at Canada’s National War Memorial. He then attempted to enter Parliament to kill more people before being gunned down by Parliament’s ceremonial sergeant-at-arms. Much of the media focus … Continue reading

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Bach’s Fugue, Bonhoeffer’s Fragments, and the Prelude to Living: A Reformation Sunday Devotion

Before Thy Throne I Now Appear It was 1750. There is a story, thought to be apocryphal by some, yet confirmed by others,[1] that as the great Johann Sebastian Bach[2] lay dying he dictated the music of his final great … Continue reading

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The Antidote to this Culture’s Sexual Anarchy

This culture is obsessed with sex. Even burger ads sometimes use sex to sell their product. Pornography is rampant. Gender confusion rules the day. Some even want laws to let men use the ladies’ room. And if you are a … Continue reading

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Shakespeare and “Death with Dignity”

Recent events have brought the debate on so-called “death with dignity” and assisted suicide into the spotlight again. And yet, the argument is not really a new one. No less a light than William Shakespeare extensively dealt with the subject … Continue reading

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Regarding Marriage

Alfred Austin (1835-1914), the Poet Laureate of England, who followed Alfred, Lord Tennyson, wrote, “Creeds were to them but chains to break; No formulas their thirst could slake.”[1] There are many, today, who see “creeds and theological formulae” scattered, broken … Continue reading

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Columbus Day or “Indigenous Peoples’ Day”?

Political correctness infects virtually every aspect of our culture, our thinking, our heritage. When I grew up (and I’m only 58), Christopher Columbus was a great hero. Now, to some, he has become a villain. He is blamed for many … Continue reading

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Political Correctness Could Kill the West

I opened a recent “TIME” Magazine (9/29/14) today and saw in big bold words a quote from British Prime Minister David Cameron on ISIS: “They are not Muslims. They are murderers.” With all due respect to the Prime Minister—they are … Continue reading

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Prayers in a Time of War

Prayer is, always, most effectual as it rises, formed in fervency, from the burdened spirit of a “righteous man” (James 5:16). The “righteous” believer is one who is “in Christ;” covered by His perfect life and faithfully following God’s revealed … Continue reading

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Bonhoeffer, Creation, and the Psalms

The Lord surely knew that I needed a divine cordial to enliven my step this day. Sometimes we need to see beyond the presenting images of life to find the transcendent. When we locate that signpost and read it clearly, … Continue reading

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Successful Entrepreneur Wants to Solve the Problem of Death

The man who co-created PayPal helped solve a big problem, how to make trustworthy payments on the Internet. This successful solution has enriched the lives of everyone—himself included. Now, he wants to think outside the box on another problem: Death. … Continue reading

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