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Tell Children about Sin

There is a widespread refusal to let children know that the source of much that goes wrong in life is due to our very own natures--the propensity of all ...


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Love Your Enemy, Save Yourself

Jesus didn't teach us to love our enemies for their good. It is for our own good--to keep from becoming the enemy.


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Cowboy Movies and the Bible

When I was a boy growing up in New York City, one of the nicest ways for me to spend a Saturday afternoon was at the matinee of the neighborhood theater. ...


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Loving the Communists

In The Northwestern Lutheran, Joel C. Gerlach writes: "Eight times the Ministry of Education in East Germany said no to Uwe Holmer's children when they ...


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J. R. R. Tolkien Notes How Good Foils Evil

Author J. R. R. Tolkien once wrote in a letter:

"No man can estimate what is really happening at the present. All we do know, and that to a large extent ...

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J. R. R. Tolkien on Evil and the Purposes of God

J. R. R. Tolkien, the author of The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings trilogy, made clear in his private writings he intended to proclaim a Christian message ...


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Sin in the Heart of Every Man

Michael Shermer, publisher of Skeptic magazine and author of The Science of Good and Evil, writes:

I once had the opportunity to ask Thomas Keneally, author ...

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God Brings Good out of Evil

The omnipotent God, primal power of the world, being himself supremely good, could not permit anything evil in his works, were he not so all-powerful ...


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Former Congressman Reflects on Transgressions

In May of 2010, Indiana congressman Mark Souder resigned his position after confessing to an affair with a part-time staffer. In more than a dozen emails ...


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