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The salvation of a Disney Star | Dean Jones, RIP

Dean Jones

If you’re of a certain age, like mine, you probably remember an actor named Dean Jones, who starred in—pardon the pun—goofy Disney films such as “That Darn Cat” and “The Love Bug.” For a long time, Jones lived the truth …

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The death of good journalism

The mask of objectivity and fairness has finally been ripped off the face of the so-called “mainstream media.” Back in the day, the iconic Walter Cronkite closed his nightly CBS newscast with the reassuring words, “And that’s the way it …

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Principled Christian civil disobedience

We the People

Under what conditions is it permissible for a Christian to disobey the government?  Romans 13 counsels believers, as a matter of witness and conscience, to obey the government as a servant of God.  When, if ever, are Christians permitted to …

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The Tentacles of a dilemma: Darwinism vs. the octopus


What’s the difference between evolutionary theory and an octopus? Well, one is a slippery, color-changing escape artist that can get out of any tough situation and the other is an aquatic invertebrate. But seriously. One of the biggest problems for …

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Donald Trump, evangelical scam artist

“I play to people’s fantasies,” Donald Trump wrote in his 1987 memoir, The Art of the Deal. “I call it truthful hyperbole,” he explained. “It’s an innocent form of exaggeration — and a very effective form of promotion.” The Bible …

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