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He Does All Things Well…

I’ve written before about the little blond-headed boy who would have been my uncle if fate had not intervened on February 19, 1937. That is the day that little Jimmy died in the county hospital after a short illness due to food poisoning. His death affected all who knew him. ...

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The Winds Of Change

“I will make a new covenant with Israel. I will put my law in their minds, and I will write them on their hearts. I will be their God, and they will be my people” (Hebrews 8:10).   A murky atmosphere floated in, blanketing Jerusalem after Rome conquered their territory. ...

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The Solution to Porn Addiction

In his book the Metaphysics of Sex, the Italian philosopher Julius Evola wrote: “In periods of decadence such as the present one, sensuality develops in the dissociated form of simple pleasure. As a result, sex becomes a kind of drug, and the addiction to it is no less profane than ...

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The Difficult Path To Reconciliation

It seems I hear it daily–someone is at odds with a loved one.  Strife between a husband and wife leads to a strained silence.  Misunderstandings between parents and children of all ages, create hurt feelings and walls of separation.   Siblings no longer want to speak to one another because of ...

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What Is Evil Really? Who is the Solution?

The world is full of evil and we have no way, it seems, to stop it or effectively deal with it. But what is evil? Evil is defined as “morally wrong or bad; wicked”, but what does that even mean, to be morally wrong? To be morally wrong is to ...

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