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Faking Generosity

A. A. Milne (author of the Winnie the Pooh books) wrote a seasonal piece entitled, "A Hint for Next Christmas." He tells of a friend named William ...

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Facing Persecution for Righteousness

George Galatis was an engineer at Millstone Nuclear Power Station in Waterford, Connecticut, when he discovered something was wrong. Spent fuel-rod pools ...

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Dershowitz Points to Perjury

"On the basis of my academic and professional experience, I believe that no felony is committed more frequently in this country than [crimes within] ...

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Praying for Others

In one Leadership cartoon, a man at a church meeting says to himself, Oh great! Here comes Bob. I told him I'd pray for him! "Dear God, help ...

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Michael Jordan Keeps His Word

In his book Lessons from a Father to His Sons, Senator John Ashcroft writes:

Until 1997 Michael Jordan, indisputably the leading player in the NBA for ...

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Lies Grow

A lie is like a snowball. The longer it is rolled on the ground the larger it becomes.

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Speaking with a Forked Tongue

We as a nation too often lack integrity, which might be described, in a loose and colloquial way, as the courage of one's convictions.

We, the people ...

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Making a Basket from Out of Bounds

At a girls' basketball game recently, in the last seconds of the game, a girl threw a basketball the entire length of a basketball court and she made ...

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The Truth About Lying and Other Evils

Ninety-one percent of us admit we lie routinely. Thirty-one percent of us who are married admit to having an extramarital affair lasting over a year. ...

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Masked Christians

I think we are unreal about ourselves, even as Christians, because we are afraid that if people find out what we are actually like inside, behind the ...

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