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Familiar Woes Echo from Santa Clarita Schoolyard Rampage

By Ken Sehested | November 15, 2019

Another shooting. This time in a Santa Clarita schoolyard. So the ritual begins. The press conference. The calls for prayer. ‘Never again’ echoed once again. Cable news pontifications. Promises from politicians. And nothing is done.

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Jonathan Hemmings, pastor in Jamaica, is interviewed by EthicsDaily.com executive director Mitch Randall about what happens when the church really meets Jesus.

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By Cliff Vaughn | July 25, 2000

Some people denounce postmodernism as an enemy of Christianity. Others disagree with that assessment. Still others wonder what postmodernism actually is. Adrian Rogers, chair of the SBC’s Baptist Faith and Message Study Committee, said, “Our generation faces the reality of a postmodern culture, complete with rampant relativism and the denial of absolute truth.” Hayes Wicker, […]

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By Cliff Vaughn | July 18, 2000

“Rather than trying to isolate hours of the day that are completely free from work or slog through hours totally devoid of leisure, we’re melding the two together,” wrote Alison Stein Wellner in July’s American Demographics. “Rather than trying to isolate hours of the day that are completely free from work or slog through hours […]

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By Sarah Griffith | July 18, 2000

For many Americans the measuring stick for “how rich is rich” increases as pay increases, according to a new survey. Though median income for four-person households is $50,000 a year, the majority responded $63,000 is needed to live comfortably and $155,000 is “rich,” according to a Roper Starch Worldwide Inc. survey commissioned by Hearst Magazines. […]

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Pastoral Ethics

By Cliff Vaughn | July 18, 2000

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New Report Shows Racial Disparities in Prison Sentencing for Narcotics

By Sarah Griffith | July 18, 2000

Black men and women are imprisoned for drug offenses twice as often as white drug users, though there are five times more white users than black users, according to a recent report. Of drug offenders sent to prison in 1996, 62.7 percent were African-American and 36.7 were white, according to a report by Human Rights […]

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