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The Impact of 'Political Correctness'

  1. 07th January 2005
  2. John H. Ogwyn (1949–2005)

Did you know that there are those in the Canadian government that are seeking to label the Bible as "hate literature"? Not only is this up for consideration in the Canadian Parliament; there are those in the United States and in many other countries that are not far behind. This is an incredible statement—an amazing statement—because the United States and Canada...

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Righteousness Exalts A Nation

  1. 07th January 2005
  2. John H. Ogwyn (1949–2005)

As our society has moved to become more secular, Bible-based values have been put aside. So where are the ethics coming from for students—young people—growing up? Where are their moral values? If you live in a society that is based on situation ethics—if you just do what feels good—who defines morality? Who defines right and wrong? Who determines what a person...

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How to Change Your Life

  1. 07th January 2005
  2. John H. Ogwyn (1949–2005)

Many people want to change their lives, but they simply don't know how to do it. Change is frightening, and there is a fear of the unknown that often makes people cling to old behaviors, no matter how bad those behaviors are. People don't know how to go about changing their lives, even though there are many changes that people often want to make.

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A Great Historical Hoax

  1. 07th January 2005
  2. John H. Ogwyn (1949–2005)

Did you know that the fall of Constantinople in 1453 played a major part in exposing one of history's greatest hoaxes? The particular hoax to which I am referring is the so-called "Donation of Constantine." This was a document that was used throughout the medieval period to explain and to justify the claims of the papacy in Rome to rule a temporal territory, and...

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America's Exploding Crime Problem

  1. 07th January 2005
  2. John H. Ogwyn (1949–2005)

Do you realize that America has an exploding criminal class? The incarceration rate in the United States remained basically the same from about 1925 to 1973. There was an average of a little over 100 people behind bars for every 100,000 residents of this country. By the year 2000 that rate had quadrupled, with almost 500 people incarcerated for every 100,000...

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The Sum of All Fears

  1. 07th January 2005
  2. Jeffrey Fall

How difficult would it be, currently, for terrorists to get their hands on enough radioactive material for a dirty bomb? According to a recent article by Carrie Dahlberg in the Sacramento Bee: "Despite fears that radioactive material could be shaped into a dirty bomb, hundreds of radioactive products are for sale through catalogs, Web sites and suppliers to...

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Ominous Weather Ahead

  1. 07th January 2005
  2. Jeffrey Fall

Scientists have been debating for some time about the potential impact of our global environment heating up. The vast majority of scientists believe that the warming trend will have serious consequences for humanity. But until recently, politicians were pretty much divided on this subject.

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The Winds of Change

  1. 07th January 2005
  2. Jeffrey Fall

It seems that the Enron scandal, the Andersen consulting blunder, and the bankruptcy of Worldcom have further lessened world confidence in the U.S. The stock market slide over 28 months had, by July of this year, wiped out half of the entire market gain that occurred in the 18-year bull market run from 1982 to 2000.

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The power to choose

  1. 07th January 2005
  2. Jeffrey Fall

We Americans pride ourselves in our freedom. Freedom of choice is a hallmark of our national identity and our heritage. We have the freedom to choose how we will live our lives. Sadly many individuals do not realize that freedom of choice carries the potential for great good in our lives as well as the potential for great harm.

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The Advancing Homosexual Agenda

  1. 07th January 2005
  2. John H. Ogwyn (1949–2005)

A remarkable change has taken place in western culture, right here in the United States, Britain, Canada and other nations of the western world. That remarkable change has concerned the way that a behavior once viewed universally as a perversion—as an aberration from what is proper and normal—is now taken for granted. In fact, one speaking against homosexuality...

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