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So what's behind that curtain? People everywhere are asking that question these days. Others want to avoid it because the thought of "apocalypse" is terrifying to them. However, there is also some very good news behind the curtain of history.
To whom shall we liken Donald Trump? Now that we have seen The Donald in a debate environment where the Great Singularity has had to match his immense gravitational exertion with the forces of other personalities, how do we perceive him?
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Treating animals as humans and humans as animals reveals the ethical schizophrenia of many in contemporary Western culture.
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"The trouble with Eichmann was precisely that so many were like him," wrote Hannah Arendt. They "were neither perverted nor sadistic," just "terribly and terrifyingly normal."
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Katherine Steinle died while strolling on a lovely San Francisco pier, a victim of humanist-secular progressivism's fatal flaw, as much as from a bullet fired, allegedly, by a man who had been convicted seven times of felonies, and deported five time..
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There is a stunned silence in the immediate aftermath of the Supreme Court of the United States' assault on the Constitution inherent in its ruling on same-sex marriage — even though most knew it was coming. Nevertheless, let us now pause and conside..
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In his Encyclical, "Laudato Si mi' Signore'" ("Praise be to you, my Lord"), released June 18, Pope Francis reveals an inspiring, dynamic, compassionate heart, and then smothers it in the same old stagnant, wearying strategizing of the finite human mi..
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In the West, however, there "is a diminishing sense of the respect for the sanctity of life. And all of this is to be imposed on Africa, at whatever cost: we think that it is immoral and that it is unjust."
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The Normandy Invasion is a picture in the frame of space and time, a parable of the coming and advance of God's Kingdom of goodness, peace, and Spirit-given joy in the world.
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The Kingdom of God is invisible and immeasurable until its impact is observable and measurable in the form of its "fruit." This is why the biblical Church has so often been underestimated.
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This fictional scenario bears at least some resemblance to what Texas Governor Greg Abbott faces as the U.S. Army Special Operations Command prepares to launch Operation Jade Helm this July in Texas, and several other western states. Abbott has instr..
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We have reached the stage of vilification – conservative Christians are now regarded by the consensus establishments as the villains in "transformed" America. The Supreme Court may well take us to the criminalization stage.
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