Keeping Our Sense About Senseless Shootings

Keeping Our Sense About Senseless Shootings

Church shootings are always tragic but they are not new. One case occurred in Dallas, Texas in 1899. William Lipscomb, Jr., the nephew of David Lipscomb, was the principal of Central High School. A man named John Carlisle was the head janitor of the school. The school...
It’s Not Always About Winning

It’s Not Always About Winning

Abraham Lincoln told one of his generals that if you’ve got an elephant by the tail and he’s determined to run, it’s best to let him go. Losing is sometimes inevitable. The Israelites refused to believe that God would enable them to conquer the Canaanites. God told...
Moses, Ben Franklin, and the Supreme Court

Moses, Ben Franklin, and the Supreme Court

In the formative years of our republic delegates debated the issue of qualifications of public officials. As this question was being discussed in one such meeting a wise man called attention to a passage in the Bible. His name was Benjamin Franklin, and the verse he...

How We Can Be Unjust

Human beings have a natural capacity to make judgments. Some are quicker to make judgments, some are more vocal with their verdicts, and some are more keen in their ability to judge, but all make judgments. What kind of judgments do we make? Are our judgments fair and...

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