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Merit vs. Depravity for Oscar

by Phil Boatwright |  KANSAS CITY, Kan. — The 2014 Academy Award nominees should be very grateful that only the technical and artistic merits of their work will be judged. Whatever positive ...

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Let the Dream Live

By Patricia Smith | In his immortal speech “I Have a Dream”, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. paints a disturbing scene of a nation that had compromised its fidelity to the Declaration ...

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A Good Name: Witness Protection or Authenticity

We believe everyone reading this article should engage in some self-examination and answer this question: In a world of broken relationships and trust deficits, when people hear or see your name, does ...

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Who Cares About the Poor?

By Jerry Newcombe |  If you were a casual observer of our culture, you’d assume that the progressives are the ones full of compassion. But is that really the case? Here we ...

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From Disaster, Eternal Truths

What can calamity, like that in Joplin, teach us? By Chuck Colson It is natural to try and make sense of out terrible events such as a tornado. Some people will see ...

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Is Evangelicalism Dead?

By Michael Spencer Editor’s Note: A column in a leading national newspaper has opened many eyes and created quite a controversy. We reprint it here to encourage thoughtful debate. Oneida, Ky. — ...

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