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The U. S. Chaplain: Heroism, Christlikeness, and Black Saturday

Dr. Michael Milton Shares on the Military Chaplaincy In an Interview by Zoe Erler Zoe Erler: Michael Milton’s long and varied ministry across the military, the business world and the Church has given him a unique framework for his role … Continue reading

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An Appeal to Christians Who Plan to Sit Out This Election

In polite society, you’re not supposed to talk about politics, sex, or religion. Sorry, but this column will discuss all three, directly or indirectly. In America, we get the kind of government we deserve. Is this the best we can … Continue reading

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The Irony of California’s Ousting of Campus Christian Groups

A disturbing story came and went, barely noticed a few weeks ago. InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is being unceremoniously booted off the campuses of California’s 23 state universities. This begins with a process of “derecognizing” these as legitimate campus groups. Why? … Continue reading

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Darwin and WW I

Quick quiz: What started World War I? A Serb nationalist shot and killed a visiting Austrian leader. But why would that shooting trigger the killing of millions, including one out of two young Frenchmen, in what we now know as … Continue reading

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What Would the Framers Think of Evicting Churches from NYC Schools?

A new court ruling has determined that churches can no longer rent public school facilities. Churches in New York City can be evicted from the schools. Despite the good they do in the community, they could be out in the … Continue reading

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Great Movie — “God’s Not Dead”

There’s an old joke in Christian circles that goes like this: Someone had written in graffiti the famous quote from the 19th century atheist philosopher: “God is dead. Signed, Nietzsche.” Underneath it, someone else wrote: “Nietzsche is dead. Signed, God.” … Continue reading

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In Remembrance of a True Hero of the Faith—St. Patrick

We live in a time of the anti-hero. Too often, the good guys are the bad guys and vice versa. Celebrities are often held up as heroes, until we learn too much about them. But to see a true hero, … Continue reading

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“God’s Work” is Killing Babies?

Is it “God’s Work” to kill the unborn? President Obama seemed to say so recently. Steven Ertelt wrote an article, “Obama Says His Pro-Abortion Supporters are ‘Doing God’s Work,’” for Lifenews.com (2/26/14). Ertelt notes, “At an event in Washington last … Continue reading

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What Changed the Vikings?

I saw an advertisement recently for a series on the History Channel on the Vikings. A viewer’s guide blurb reads, “Chronicling the medieval adventures of a band of Norsemen.” “Adventures”? I guess that’s one way to put it. They went … Continue reading

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Shocked No More?

Incest as romance and entertainment? Society seems to play a game of “Can you top this?” Or really “How low can you go?” Hollywood often leads the way, but there are many that follow. It seems that things acceptable today … Continue reading

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