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Bishop Advocates Heresy Over Division

"If you must make a choice between heresy and schism, always choose heresy."

—Peter James Lee, one of 60 Episcopal bishops who voted to approve the ...


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The Alphabet of Christian Conflict

A is for Alcohol: Do you emphasize the freedom of Christians to enjoy God's good gifts, or do you emphasize that alcohol is involved in sexual immorality, ...


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Students Battle Over Who Jesus Would Vote For

In the 2004 presidential election, partisan fervor visited the University of North Carolina. Two students—one supporting George Bush, the other supporting ...


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Making a Point Without Injuring Others

It's nice to talk with people who can make a point without impaling anyone on it.


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"Shrek 2": Dysfunctional Family Feast

Shrek 2 continues the story of an Ogre named Shrek who married the princess Fiona. The princess takes her new husband to the kingdom of Far Far Away to ...


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Christmas Celebrations Turn Ugly

Christmas 2003 brought several instances of pieces on earth and bad will toward men.

In San Rafael, California, two men exchanged gifts and were offended ...


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Man Justifies Beating Back the Competition

When Virginia's Henrico County School system decided to get rid of 1,000 laptop computers, they offered the 4-year-old Apple iBooks to the public for ...


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Divorced Couple Splits House in Half

Simon and Chana Taub seem to agree on only one thing: The house is mine.

The couple wants a divorce, but both of them refuse to move out of their New York ...


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The Damage Caused by Dehumanizing Labels

Why do normal people sometimes do horrific things to other people? In his book, Less Than Human, Professor David Livingstone Smith explains that even ...


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The Early Church Succeeded Where We Are Failing

In a recent book Phil Cooke and Jonathan Bock ask significant questions:

Why did the Early Church succeed where we are failing? How did they transform ...


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