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Walter B. Shurden’s Articles About the Writings of John R. Claypool

Years ago, a company which aired frequent television commercials was the investment firm, E.F. Hutton. The setting was ...

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It Is Hard To Keep Up

Patrick Anderson, editor  For those of us who try to make sense of the relentless moral and ethical ...

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There Is Hope

Will Campbell is a voice crying in the wilderness. He has always troubled Israel. Since he turned 70 ...

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The Oracle Speaks

By J. Alfred Smith, Sr.   In 1980 the National Women’s Historical Alliance noticed that women were absent from ...

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Opposition to Abortion Doesn’t Stop Some Americans From Supporting Friends and Family Who Seek One

By Tricia C. Bruce Maxine, a pseudonym for a 58-year-old woman, is among a sizable proportion of Americans ...

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Want to Understand Critical Race Theory? Read the Good Samaritan Story

By Susan M. Shaw and Regina McClinton Critical Race Theory grew out of the work of legal scholars ...

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What Christians Singing on an Airplane and a Coach Praying on the 50-yard Line Have in Common

By Mark Wingfield There’s a common thread in two seemingly unrelated cases in the news right now: The ...

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Recovery From Addiction

David Julen The unwelcome news about the war on drugs seems to be unrelenting. Statistics from the Center ...

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Is Life Possible Before Death:  Reflections on “Decoration Day” in the Deep South

By John Crider “There’ll be no sorrows there No more burdens to bear No more sickness and no ...

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Is God Complicit in Our Suffering?

By Ronald Perritt In the Winter 2022 issue, R. Page Fulgham wrote a thoughtful article on the age-old ...

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