Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Honest Truth and Politicians

During a trial, in a small Missouri town, the local prosecuting attorney called his first witness to the stand. The witness was a proper well-dressed elderly lady, the Grandmother type, well spoken, and poised. She was sworn in, asked if … Continue reading

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Government Posting of the Ten Commandments: ‘bad policy’?

The Anti-Defamation League posts this information on their website: The Ten Commandments Controversy: A First Amendment Perspective The Anti-Defamation League believes that the increasing call by private citizens and public officials for the government to post the Ten Commandments in … Continue reading

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When Religious Freedom is Suppressed

What do you do when your freedom of worship is severely suppressed by the government in your country? It is unthinkable in a free land such as ours. But in other parts of the world, religious freedom is being suppressed … Continue reading

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Good News for the Worst Sinner of All

Onetime a young employee secretly misappropriated several hundred dollars of his business firm’s money. When this action was discovered the young man was told to report to the office of the senior partner of the firm. As he walked up … Continue reading

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Limited Freedom

At first, it might sound contradictory to say that freedom is limited. If freedom is limited, then is it truly freedom? Isn’t freedom being free to do whatever one wants? Your answer will depend on what you think it really … Continue reading

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