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The Ceremony of Innocence
Religious faith has been the subtext to the best of what has happened in the United States.
What’s Yours Is Mine No Treaties, No Boundary Lines
This time it is not the 7th Cavalry or thousands of miners descending upon the Sioux, but an ominous river—the “Black Snake.”
To understand today’s Catholic Church better, look back a half century to Vatican II
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The Mob, Part 2
Many believe that the United States Constitution is outdated and should be revised in what many believe to be dangerous ways. Lincoln Steed and Greg Hamilton offer insights and suggestions.
The Mob, Part 1
The Mob. Not the gangster type. The Christian type. Lincoln Steed and Greg Hamilton examine the present and the past to identify its members and reveal its presence in our lives today.
Christ calls us to serve humanity; to shine the light of His love into every life. But are there limits to the Christian witness? Charles Mills suggests a new way to look at a controversial topic.
A Time of Fire
What does the future hold? Lincoln Steed digs into Bible prophecy for answers. What he discovers is both good and bad news, depending on the god we worship
Jesus and the Wall
Thomas Jefferson referred to a “wall of separation” between church and state. Was that a new concept? Or do we find that Jesus Himself advocating such a barrier. Michael Peabody explains.