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Eric Metaxas warns that nation is reaching cultural tipping point

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The United States is quickly approaching a dangerous cultural tipping point, author and talk-show host Eric Metaxas warns. “It is the silence of the American church on a host of issues today ...

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John Woolman: The conscientious Quaker who paved the way for abolition

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This week marks the 300th anniversary of the birth of John Woolman, a humanitarian who played a central role in the abolition of slavery. I regard him as a John the Baptist ...

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The “smell of death,” the shock of recognition, and the legacy of William Wilberforce

William Wilberforce was born in 1759 in Yorkshire, England. Unfortunately, Wilberforce is not known today nearly as well as he should be. In a small but powerful way, in 2006 the film Amazing ...

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