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Forgive and Forget?

Relevance: 6%      Posted on: August 20, 2014

Perhaps the most common idea about forgiveness is the tendency to link it with forgetting. To grant that “forgive and forget” go together as an alliteration is not to admit they go together in the moral act of forgiving someone.

It’s Not Easy Being A Mom

Relevance: 6%      Posted on: May 7, 2014

Judith Viorst once wrote an essay based on interviews she had with children. The subject was "What's a good mother like?" Viorst reports that the children expected their mother to get angry from time to time. "She has to," said Ted, "or she'll faint from holding it in."

Review of “Reckless Faith” by Beth Guckenberger

Relevance: 6%      Posted on: September 27, 2013

Reckless Abandon. To act without any regard for consequences. I heard this term for the first time when my husband defined this as an investment firm’s unscrupulous practice of telling the potential customer what he or she wanted to hear in an effort to collect as much money as possible…

Judas’ Psychological Profile

Relevance: 6%      Posted on: April 3, 2015

No, there is no “Breaking News” here. Wolf Blitzer hasn’t reported a new archaeological find just outside Jerusalem. No brain scan was just discovered. And there is no long-hidden-in-the-Vatican-archives suicide note from Judas Iscariot. It’s just that the events of last week got me to thinking about some of the…

Never Easier Than Right Now

Relevance: 6%      Posted on: November 7, 2012

Over the years and across the broad plains of conflict and disappointment, I've noted a giant disconnect among folks struggling to understand the direct relationship between investment and return. It's apparently a very complex concept, antagonistic to our natural impulses. Over the years and across the broad plains of conflict…

‘I Don’t Judge People’

Relevance: 6%      Posted on: July 2, 2015

Of all places, there is an insightful line about the necessity of passing personal judgment that comes from a new one-act play. As reported in a review carried in the New York Times, here is the way a debate goes between the play's two central characters:

What is Adultery In The Bible?

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: October 6, 2012

A biblical view of adultery and remarriage and an answer to the question, on what adultery is.

What Am I?

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: November 23, 2012

Quite often in sharing my personal testimony with people about my addiction to porn I am asked, “So what do you consider yourself to be?” They ask questions like, “Do you still consider yourself to be an addict?” “Will you always be an addict?” “How do you describe yourself?” Rather…

Action Without Evidence: Building Arks on Sunny Days

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: October 26, 2015

Noah obeyed God’s command of building the ark; toiled through intense labor; and sustained through the relentless doubt and ridicule of friends and family, for over 100 years of perfectly sunny weather! Not a drop of rain in sight.

A Convenient Murder

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: March 25, 2014

Watching movies and television dramas over the years has made us all witness to the vicious act of ending another person’s life simply to create convenience.

Ten Ways For Husbands to Nurture Romance

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: March 13, 2013

Keeping romance alive is important in a marriage. Have you ever wondered why romance novels account for 48.6 percent of the mass market (paperback) book sales in the United States? Or why soap operas are so popular?

Two Simple Questions…

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: April 9, 2015

Chances are if you're reading this you've already asked the first and recognized the truth of Jesus Christ. But the second question is harder to ask, and harder still to act on. It requires us to look beyond ourselves and out into the world. It may involve discomfort. It may…

Batman Begins (PG-13)

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: October 6, 2012

"Batman Begins" right where he should have all along-in the hands of a director who truly understands the nuance and noir quintessential to the Dark Knight's tale. Unlike the narcissistic forays of weirdness brought courtesy of Tim Burton, or the campy digressions of Joel Schumacher, Christopher Nolan chooses to explore…

Stand!

Relevance: 5%      Posted on: September 21, 2015

This article was written to support the right – no, the obligation – of all Christians to STAND! for what we believe in, without regard to the consequences associated with doing so.