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Should We Show … or Tell?

The heavens are telling the glory of God; they are a marvelous display of his craftsmanship.  Day and night they keep on telling about God.  Without a sound or word, silent in the skies, their message reaches out to the entire world. The sun lives in the heavens where God placed it and ...

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Your Past: Should You Keep it Hidden?

Doctors haven’t always been the best example of cleanliness. For many centuries, they did not even believe in the existence of germs—how did one believe in what they could not see? The doctor’s surgical apron was covered with puss, blood, and every kind of gore, multiplying as he made his ...

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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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When Silence is Dangerous

Before C.R.M. (Crew Resource Management) was adopted by the FAA, the captain of a commercial airliner was not to be questioned when in command of his aircraft. In an emergency, all decisions were left to his judgment. It would take the loss of several commercial jets to change how emergencies ...

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October 31st … Just another Day to be a Witness

A very important truth was brought to my attention this morning as I listened to K-Love radio. One of the hosts made a valid point, he explained that Halloween is actually the only holiday in which people show up at your door asking for something. Think about it. On Christmas, ...

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