Commentary

How Would Jesus Drive?

  1. 19th July 2018
  2. Dylan King

Have you been cut off in traffic lately? Have you ever been stopped at a red light and the instant it turns green the car across from you quickly turns, violating your right-of-way? Do you frequently find cars dangerously riding your rear bumper? Or perhaps you're reading this thinking, “Well, I’m usually the one doing the tailgating, but the people in front of...

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Are you well read?

  1. 17th July 2018
  2. Roger Meyer (guest columnist)

Are you "well-read"? Have you read "the classics" by Plato, Homer, Chaucer—or books by famous authors like Austen, Bronte, Dickens, Hemingway, Shakespeare, etc.? Did you read the books on your high school summer reading list? Have you read the books listed in the New York Times best sellers list? What is the most important book you could read?

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Do You Err?

  1. 14th July 2018
  2. Brian Pomicter

The Sadducees posed a question about the reunion of a woman to one of her former husbands after the resurrection. Jesus replied, “[You] do err, not knowing the scriptures, nor the power of God” (Matthew 22:28–29, KJV).

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I Don't Like Thistles

  1. 12th July 2018
  2. Roger Meyer (guest columnist)

The thistle enjoys an exalted position in Scottish heraldry, and is loved by the little passive donkey Eeyore, a character in Winnie the Pooh written by A. A. Milne. Personally, I do not like thistles, but there is a reason for their existence.

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Political Correctness

  1. 10th July 2018
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

Political correctness: it is a term that brings with it a shudder, a twist of the mouth, and often a sarcastic remark. It has become so pervasive that it impacts all levels of our society and impedes our communication with others. What is the point? Why has this worthless concept and practice become so prevalent?

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What are we doing to our children?

  1. 07th July 2018
  2. Carl Ponder (1939-2007)

The absence of a stable family, including both father and mother, in all too many cases can produce maladjusted offspring. Cruelty and meanness have many times been associated with children raised without the constant influence of both loving parents.

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Is it Time for God to Act?

  1. 05th July 2018
  2. Roger Meyer (guest columnist)

  “It is time for You to act, O Lord, for they have regarded Your law as void (cast off, dissolved, caused to cease, made of none effect)” (Psalm 119:126). Today, Western nations have been taking actions that are casting off or trying to make void the laws of God as never before. Is it time for God to act?

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Why is America Losing Its Moral Compass?

  1. 03rd July 2018
  2. John Wheeler (guest columnist)

Why is there so much confusion about morality in America today? Is it because we lack consensus, or that the consensus is changing so quickly? Is it because we have lost sight of cause and effect? Is it because government has taken to itself executive, legislative and judicial powers previously unimagined? Or is it simply that the lessons of history are not...

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Atoms and the existence of God

  1. 30th June 2018
  2. Robert McMinn (guest columnist)

Although the existence of atoms is considered an undisputed scientific truth today, it has not always been so. In the early history of man’s search for physical knowledge, some believed in atoms and some did not. But what can the current proof of the existence of atoms tell us about the existence of God?

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Remembering the Berlin Airlift

  1. 28th June 2018
  2. William Williams

In June 1948, the Soviet Union blockaded the divided, war-ravaged city of Berlin. Resentful of Allied plans for German reunification, they closed the capital’s roads, railways and rivers. Ever the ruthless provocateur, Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin hoped his former allies would abandon their half of the city. Then, with complete control over Berlin, the Soviets...

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