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Waves of Sadness

Compared to seeing a plane plunge into a skyscraper, the first amateur video shots showing a surge of brown water overpowering the blue of a resort pool didn't seem to rate high on the scale of horror.

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Balaam's Donkey Speaks Again

Students in public schools are often denied the right to discuss religion except in a multi-cultural way. If Christianity is discussed, it can only be studied in the context of other religious belief systems in their historical setting.

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Shaking the Earth

Two views of life dominate worldview thinking. The first view maintains that all that really matters is the world in which we live and the physical universe that surrounds us. Only those things that can be evaluated by the senses are real and ultimately important. Any other proposal for meaning beyond the material is myth, legend, or superstition--the misfiring of the brain.

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The Antichrist Fraud

The title of the new volume is The Rising: Antichrist is Born. LaHaye and company are milking millions of uninformed Christians of their hard-earned dollars on one of the most ridiculous religious scams of the century.

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Roasted Chestnuts in July

One of the most popular of all Christmas songs was written by one of America's great pop singers, Mel Tormé. It begins, "Chestnuts roasting on an open fire. . . ." It's called "The Christmas Song." It was written in 1945 and was turned into a seasonal classic in 1946 by Nat "King" Cole-in my book, the greatest of America's pop singers.

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W.D.T.B.S? (What Does the Bible Say?)

Stephanie Salter, writing for the San Francisco Chronicle, attempts to instruct President Bush on what Jesus would do in terms of war based on the verse "Vengeance is Mine, I will repay, says the Lord" (Rom. 12:19). It's possible to disagree with President Bush's decision to go to war against Iraq, but it's not possible to argue that the civil magistrate cannot wage war against "all enemies, both foreign and domestic."

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Mel Gabler, RIP: What the Little Guy Can Do

Mel Gabler is not a household name, yet he had more influence in shaping recent American life than most people ever dream of. He and his wife Norma stood in the gap for over four decades, battling the tax-funded schools' textbook Establishment.

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The Left Leaning Arnold

Arnold Schwarzenegger believes that Republicans can add to their growing majority by moving the party to the left. Here's what he said in a recent German newspaper interview: "I would like the Republican Party to cross this line, move a little further left and place more weight on the center.

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Is It Ever Right to Lie?

A number of critics of the war in Iraq have criticized the Pentagon's "use of deception and disinformation against enemies, real or imagined, abroad." The question is, In a time of war, should governments always tell the truth to the enemy? The architects of the D-Day invasion, for example, used deception to mislead the Nazis. Was this wrong? Is wearing camouflage, a form of deception, unethical? Should soldiers put on bright red coats and fight in open fields face to face? How about secret codes?

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The Forgotten History of the Pledge of Allegiance

The Pledge of Allegiance is once again in the news. David Habecker, a council member in Estes Park, Colorado, has decided not to stand to say the Pledge because he has a problem with the addition of "under God" to the original version. As a result, there is a recall effort under way. Habecker would be on more solid ground if he had refused to say the Pledge because of its socialist origin.

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Censoring the Past No More

Almost every day now, especially during the Christmas season, we're reading stories about how anything religious is being cut out of history. Censoring Christianity from culture is not a new phenomenon. What has been going on for more than 30 years and known only by a few is finally coming to light thanks to the Internet.

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Batter Up": A Cheap Alternative to Legal Abortion"

Two teens in Armada, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit, may face manslaughter charges, after allegedly finding a cheap alternative to a legal abortion. The alleged father of the "fetus" allegedly hit the alleged mother of the "fetus" in the abdomen with a baseball bat over the course of several weeks, allegedly. The predictable result was, not allegedly, a dead baby.

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