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Great, Part 1
The dictionary defines the word “great” as “considerably above the normal.” This can be applied to something’s size, importance, and value. But can the word “great” be applied to a nation?
Lebanon is a country familiar with tragedy—both social and physical. The recent explosion in Beirut is just the latest heartbreak that may crack open animosities hiding just below the surface.
Religious Liberty is an ever-moving, often shape-shifting target. Sometimes, issues and opinions need to be revisited in order to update a situation or challenge. Lincoln Steed explains.
Sunday afternoon, March 7, 1965. The location? Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. What happened there on that date set the stage for some significant changes in this country.
Lincoln Steed, editor of Liberty magazine, says we’re in a “Testing Time.” That can have several meanings—some of which hide a grave danger to today’s Christian. Editor Steed explains.