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Word for the Day: Transcendentals

Transcendentals – Wikipedia The transcendentals (Latin: transcendentalia) are the properties of being and are connected with three main human abilities; to think, wish and feel. They correspond to three aspects of the human field of interest and are their ideals; … Continue reading

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Nothing New Under the Sun

While I read through the Book of Nehemiah and contemplate its meaning for then and now, I am struck by the similarity of the problems he faced. (Nehemiah sought to restore a fallen nation to notoriety.) I’ll list them for … Continue reading

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London Bridge Terrorist Tried to Recruit Kids | The Japan Times

To learn about the Jihadis “next door” go to a Newspaper in Japan and read a story about the London Bridge terrorist! Alleged London attacker was known radical Islamist, tried to recruit kids to join jihad | The Japan Times … Continue reading

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Neighbors help Christians escape Filipino city under siege – Mission Network News

Neighbors help Christians escape Filipino city under siege – Mission Network News Philippines (MNN) — The Filipino city of Marawi is still under siege since ISIS-pledged Maute militants overtook it on May 23rd and killed several dozen civilians. The current death … Continue reading

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A Godly Response to Oppression and Persecution

What should a Christian’s response be to oppression and persecution?  Two examples hundreds of years apart point out the way. Nehemiah’s world had been destroyed.  In fact, he was deported about 1000 miles away and his country lay in ruin.  … Continue reading

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Christian Farmer Barred from Michigan Market Because of Views on Gay Marriage

What does Islam, the LGBT, and the city of East Lansing have in common? “It’s our faith that informs us [a Catholic family] how to treat all who come to our farm and the farmers market with dignity and decency … Continue reading

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