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When We Treat Strangers Kindly, We’re Deemed Ready for Peace

By Fred Guttman | December 6, 2019

In Jewish tradition, Elijah often appears in the guise of an old beggar. The legend says if we treat beggars kindly, the world is deemed ready for peace. Did Elijah visit us and we didn’t notice him? When will we be ready for peace?

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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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CyberChristians

By Cliff Vaughn | July 11, 2000

Web sites offering “Christian products” appear more and more frequently. iChristian.com, iBelieve.com and Christianbook.com are a few of the Web sites targeting Christians for electronic commerce. “Bringing popular Christian resources right to your door.” “Your headquarters for everything Christian . . . for less!” Web sites offering “Christian products” appear more and more frequently. iChristian.com, […]

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Top Ten Technological Breakthroughs

By Cliff Vaughn | July 11, 2000

A “virtual” think-tank at George Washington University, known as GW Forecast, has selected the top ten technological advancements for the next 10 and 100 years, according to a press release from the university. A “virtual” think-tank at George Washington University, known as GW Forecast, has selected the top ten technological advancements for the next 10 […]

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Environmental Movement Continues to Have Public Support

By Sarah Griffith | July 11, 2000

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SBC Now Silent on Literal Interpretation of the Bible in Texas Death Penalty Case

By Robert Parham | June 21, 2000

The convicted killer Gary Graham is scheduled for execution by lethal injection in Texas at 6 p.m., Thursday, one week after the Southern Baptist Convention passed its first statement supporting the death penalty. The convicted killer Gary Graham is scheduled for execution by lethal injection in Texas at 6 p.m., Thursday, one week after the […]

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