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Tel Lachish in the Judean foothills

Once again archaeology confirms biblical history. The late Chuck Colson was known for many things: his role in the Watergate scandal, his subsequent conversion to Christ; his work with prisoners around the world, and his efforts in promoting a Christian …

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Americans fail theology 101

Failing grade

Could you pass a basic theology quiz? Several thousand Americans just tried. Uh-oh. Too bad God doesn’t grade on a curve. One thing is certain: Americans love the Bible. A recent report from The American Bible Society and Barna Group …

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Science and the Bible can help ease racial tensions

We are one blood, one family.

As racial strife troubles this nation, it is tragic that many of the leaders who claim they are dealing with the problem are actually fueling tensions. For one, there is an issue over proper terminology. Second, there are problems over …

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The LGBTQ + Emperor has no clothes

Gay marriage

It has been often repeated in recent years that the new civil rights struggle is for LGBT “equality.” During a debate regarding same-sex marriage in 2008, hosted by the local bar association and law school, I distinctly recall a fellow …

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Tim Kaine mangles the Bible to score a political point

Tim Kaine mangles the Bible

Vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine has figured out a way to reconcile his “devout” Catholic faith with his support for same-sex marriage: a new reading of Genesis 1. Speaking to the Human Rights Campaign, a leading LGBT organization, Kaine said …

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