A Possible Compromise on the Gay Marriage Controversy

Gay Marriage Tony

President Bush once said that marriage is a sacred institution and should be reserved for the union of one man and one woman. If this is the case — and most Americans would agree with him on this — then I have to ask: Why is the government at all involved in marrying people? If marriage really is a sacred …

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Denying the Immortality of the Soul

Chester has been my Monday night dinner companion for the better part of five years. He’s my friend, despite having …

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Bernard Hopkins, Donovan McNabb, and Debunking the ‘Black Card’

During a recent interview, professional boxer Bernard Hopkins aimed remarks at all-pro quarterback Donovan McNabb that essentially implied McNabb was …

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Beer at Church?

Beer At Church

I found a church in England, not far outside of London, in a very densely urban community, a congregation that …

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The Natural Disaster of Empathy Overload

I once heard Pastor Shane Hipps (an expert on media technology and marketing) describe a consequence of globalized media.  He …

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Betrayal on Capitol Hill

As Congress struggles to create a budget, I have a need to cite an instance where both the Democrats and …

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Greater fairness for one group means greater fairness and opportunities for all (Fear Not)

This spring, I have been studying, really studying the U.S. Constitution, a document that I cannot help but see as …

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