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Getting Used to a Crooked House

Robert Klose lives in a crooked house, and he likes it that way. As a first-time homebuyer, he was initially alarmed by all the noise his century-old ...

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"Changing Lanes": Standards to Live By

In the movie Changing Lanes, after being told to steal from a client, lawyer Gavin (Ben Affleck) asks his boss how he can live that way. His boss responds: ...

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Standard of Judgment

In Words We Live By, Brian Burrell tells of an armed robber named Dennis Lee Curtis who was arrested in 1992 in Rapid City, South Dakota. Curtis apparently ...

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Lost Horizon

We've lost sight of the fact that some things are always right and some things are always wrong. We've lost our reference point. We don't ...

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How to Avoid Being Fall Guys

Give us clear vision that we may know where to stand and what to stand for, because unless we stand for something, we shall fall for anything.

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Forget the World's Standards

I know what a Miss America looks like, but how about a Miss Kingdom of God? Hard to see, isn't it? By the world's standard, I may end up ordinary. ...

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Which Whiskey Are We Talking About?

Barry Lorch in his San Diego Union column recently told of a debate on the floor of the United States Senate about 130 years ago. The issue was whether ...

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The Boring Church

Because we have been so willing to accommodate the message of the Bible to the limitations of contemporary culture, the modern world does not regard the ...

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"Behind the Times" but Not Outdated

It can be exalting to belong to a church that is 500 years behind the times and sublimely indifferent to fashion; it is mortifying to belong to a church ...

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The Motion Picture Production Code

For 35 years, the Motion Picture Production Code served as a moral guideline for American filmmakers. The code, to which filmmakers were required to adhere, ...

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