Monthly Archives: April 2014

Ethical Challenges

As our society turns away from principles of right and wrong, derived from Judeo-Christian training, we are often left with private ethical collapses or public moral scandals—individually, in our businesses and in our government. California now has three state senators … Continue reading

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Dope Can Make You Dopey

Researchers at Northwestern University have shown that today’s highly-potent marijuana damages the brain and can be linked to abnormalities, similar to those seen in patients with schizophrenia. Teens and young adults who may use cannabis causally, even just once or … Continue reading

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Celebrating Christ’s Sacrifice

This Easter season, we are reminded that Jesus did something amazing on the cross, when He willingly gave up His life, as a sacrifice lamb. Under the Mosaic covenant, the animal sacrifices brought only temporary relief to man’s guilt problem. … Continue reading

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Christians in the Holy Land

In 1900, 20% of the Middle East was Christian. Today, less than 2% is. Muslim intimidation of the dwindling Christian populace in Jesus’ home town of Nazareth is alleged to have caused a deteriorating sense of personal security and a … Continue reading

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Don’t “Silence” Dialogue

On Friday, April 11, government-run schools — especially high schools and junior highs — will be taken over by confused students who disrupt classes by “remaining silent” all day, in order to demonstrate their pro- homosexual-bisexual-transsexual agenda. Even some teachers … Continue reading

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