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Thursday, Apr. 12, 2018

Appointment of first humanist as lead chaplain is yet another signpost along the way to secularization ‘Red Letter Revival’ attempts to plant new political theory on parts of the New Testament while being openly opposed to the rest of it As governments escalate predation on their most vulnerable citizens, gambling losses reach record highs

April 12, 2018


Roman Catholicism

Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018

A Catholic Cardinal, a former President of the United States, and an evangelical pastor walk into the op-ed pages of the New York Times Three conversations, one question, three worldviews on display Why resolutions fail and why the humanistic worldview crashes upon contact with reality

January 2, 2018


The Briefing 11-14-17

What the Atlanta mayoral election tells us about the American future A congressman comes out of the a humanist Is it a surprise that Christians who go to church think, act, and behave as Christians?

November 14, 2017



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