Events for 11/10/2004
World View & Society
Each day Christians are confronted with a bewildering array of choices in
ethics, actions, and lifestyles. The only way to make sense of this data is to phage
a consistent worldview. And Chri
Why Worldview Matters: The Mission of the Church by Charles W. Colson What is the mission of the Church? That was the sermon topic one Sunday two years ago when I visited a friend's church, but as I listened I found my mind wandering. I had just signed a
love and relationships, we heard their underlying desire for something different. One of the many young women we met in Sweden was out with her boyfriend. She told US he didn't treat her well or respect her, but because they were sleeping together, she co
.tiuSband.s and. WIves - Why Do Women Need Romance More Than Men?
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Why Do Women Need Romance More Than Men?
Who gets to make the rules?
August 7, 2003 An Episcopalian friend of mine, reacting to the elevation of an openly homosexual priest to the office of bishop, said to me, "If you're a (BEG ITAL) heterosexual clergyman and you're having sex outsid
What's Good About Sex?
Sex clubs, Internet porn, AIDS . . . with so much bad news, its easy to forget what God intended sex to be.
Is sex bad? A case could be made for that view. Midnight. John is trying to explain his way out of calling h
What We Can't Not Know Your Neighbors May Know More Than They Admit Once if you mentioned basic moral rules like the Ten Commandments, everyone would agree that they were right. Not only were they right for all, but they were also known to all. Everyone k
Trying to tell the good guys from the bad guys
Donald E. Wildmon President, AFA AFA Journal, February 2002 edition Jesus told a story one day. He was always doing that, you know. Telling stories which illustrated a truth. We call them parables. And that w
: David Altopp - [breakpoint] Silencing Dr. Laura, 3/29/2000
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met Glenn on an airplane. When he found out I was a marriage counselor, he told me about his parents' divorce. He was deeply disturbed by the breakup of their marriage. Then he asked me a question I have never forgotten: "Is it possible
The Perfect Model for Marriage
by Al Janssen
A few years ago, my wife, Jo, and I were walking through our neighborhood on a warm summer evening. The outlines of Pikes Peak and the Front Range mountains dominated our view as I enthused about my activities
The following statement was recently adopted by the Baptist Faith and Message Study Committee. The national media had a field day with this. What do you think? THE FAMILY God has ordained the family as the foundational institution of human society. It is
* Pornography is an $8 billion annual business. * There are an estimated 20,000 adult bookstores in the U.S.-that's more than the number of MacDonald's fast food outlets. * Over 900 X-rated movie theaters operate in the U.S. . * Alm
The disease that won't die
IS AIDS PREVENTION DOOMED TO FAIL?
BY ED VITAGLIANO
It was the noted physicist Albert Ein-
stein who famously defined insanity
as "doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." It is an insight which
-by Charles Colson In August, Daniel R. Ferris, a volunteer Sunday School teacher in Millbury, Massachusetts, confessed to sexually abusing six children in his United Church of Christ congregation. The children liked Mr. Ferris. Their parents respected hi
-Rory Partin A couple of years ago I spent some time in Africa. It was an incredible trip one that gave Africa a very special place in my heart. This culturally rich world captured my imagination and brought my spirit alive, mainly the daring, crazy part
FOF: SUF"F'OF:T I NG F"R I S()N FELLCIWSH I F" !
When our youth are influenced by the "fairness" argument for gay "marriage;' help them understand that matrimonial law isn't based on "feelings" or "fairness;' but on the moral and natural law judgm
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GERARD MAGILL, Ph.D., is the Executive Director of the Center for Health Care Ethics and the Department Chair of the Center's interdisciplinary Ph.D. program. The Center is located in the health sciences campus at Saint Louis University.
Setting Standards of Modesty
Air Dates: July 23 - 27, 2007
PROGRAM D-5276 I recently read an article by Trent Griffith of the Revive Our Hearts ministry, and he made some very important observations about the responsibility we have as parents to teach our
SIGNIFICANT EVENTS IN A NEW LIFE
The period which most abortionists describe as most desirable for performing an abortion is approximately eight weeks after conception. This is a period of almost unimaginable development. The dates reported here are appro
How God made men and women different and why
His and Hers
by Dr. Julianna Slattery Like most newlyweds, Josh and Lauren had anticipated the unity and ecstasy of married sexuality. Even though their honeymoon wasn't perfect, they still hope
Sex. Lies and Conversation; Why Is It So Hard for Men and Women to Talk to Each Other?
by Deborah Tannen The Washington Post, Jnne 24, 1990 I WAS ADDRESSING a small gathering in a suburban Virginia living room .- a women's group that had
invited men to jo