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The Call to Do and Act Justly

As I approached the county courthouse for jury duty, my unfocused mind was in many different places, including being sincerely burdened by the state of our nation. I had filled out the eligibility questionnaire, made arrangements with my employer, and … Continue reading

Bringing Down Churchill

The current worldwide protests against racial injustice and inequality spurred by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25 have prompted attacks on individuals who sold and owned slaves and defended the abominable practice of slavery. It has … Continue reading

Ravi Zacharias: A Tribute

The apostle Peter instructs Christians: “Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have” (1 Peter 3:15). Beginning with the disciples and the apostle Paul, countless Christians … Continue reading

Burying Memorial Day 2020

The streets were empty. No one marching. The bands weren’t playing. No music, no 21-gun salutes. Where were the old-timers hobbling along in their military uniforms? The flags flew at the courthouse and lined the streets, but the sidewalks weren’t … Continue reading

Stories of Faith & Freedom – Podcast

Welcome to our “Stories of Faith & Freedom” Podcast on SoundCloud! We invite you to listen to the episodes below: Episode One: Faith and Freedom · Stories of Faith & Freedom – Episode 1 Episode Two: Today’s episode looks at … Continue reading

Etiology of Eating Disorders

Precis: The high relapse and mortality rates of eating disorders, specifically anorexia nervosa, have provoked great amounts of research into treatment. Recently, genome wide association studies (GWAS) have found exciting evidence of genetic and metabolic predispositions. These new insights may … Continue reading