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Who Does the Gavel Belong To?

Temperaments continue to rise over Indiana’s recent legislative move by Governor Mike Pence. On Thursday April 2nd, Pence signed an updated version of Indiana’s “Religious Freedom Restoration Act” which included “new language to clarify that businesses and service providers cannot use the legislation as a justification to discriminate based on ...

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The Light Shines From the Law

Have you read Leviticus lately?  Most would have to say, “No.”  Many would say, “I don’t need to; I don’t live under law. I live under grace.”  I say, “You don’t know what you are missing!  There is great joy to be found in those pages.  The light shines from ...

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A Biblical Response to Gun Violence

Perhaps the repeated incidents of school shootings, workplace violence, and irresponsible gun ownership are a few of the reasons the gun control issue doesn’t seem to go away. The carelessness or intentional actions of these gunmen are tragedies and no matter which side of the ideological aisle you come down ...

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To Sue or Not to Sue?

Earlier this week, news broke of a lawsuit between two Christian parties. A few more headlines come to mind, each involving devout Christians and lawsuits. All were—are—valid cases. Each deserves justice. Each voice needs to be heard. But is a lawsuit the answer? 1 Corinthians 6:1-6 says, “If any of ...

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Does Integrity Matter in the Oval Office?

Even as news was breaking regarding the newly disclosed emails of our former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton walked onto the stage at the EMILY’S List Gala. The news reports were explosive dark clouds of suspicion descending on the presumed fulfillment of her “Madam President” campaign launched in 2013. Even ...

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