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Service in the Service
Religious Freedom is often a delicate balancing act, needing dedicated and uncompromising hard work to create and maintain it, even in the military. Chaplain Bob Mills explains how it’s done.
Brexit and Protestant Peace
Changes in economics, social structure, and education can impact religious freedom. But the United Kingdom has brought about changes for reasons many may not fully comprehend.
Israeli Peace Ultimatum
Peace in the Middle East. Is it possible? The problems bubbling over constantly in that particular part of the world have existed since the Garden of Eden. Is there hope, and from where?
Impeachment and the Constitution
“Don’t move! I’ve got the constitution and I know how to use it.” We seem to be using the American Constitution these days as a weapon to either condemn or defend political actions.
The Atheist’s God, Part 2
Frank Schaeffer, son of Evangelical Christian theologian, philosopher, and Presbyterian pastor Francis Schaeffer, dissects today’s Right Wing version of the separation of church and state.