Monthly Archives: April 2015

Why Not Gay Marriage–by Kevin DeYoung

As the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in DeBoer v. Snyder, it’s worth asking the question: Is there any reason a decent, rational, non-bigoted American might oppose same-sex marriage? Just as important: Are there any decent, rational, non-bigoted Americans who … Continue reading

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The New Inquisition–By Thomas Sowell

How long will this country remain free? Probably only as long as the American people value their freedom enough to defend it. But how many people today can stop looking at their electronic devices long enough to even think about … Continue reading

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“In Praise of Hymns” on CBS Sunday Morning 4/5/15

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How Are Baseball Games Nine Innings Long— By Heather Keyser

If you are frustrated by the exhausting length of modern baseball games—or if you are thrilled that these contests last the full nine innings—you can thank an all-but-arbitrary decision made in the nascent stages of the sport. Gone the other way, … Continue reading

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How Should Writers and Editors Work Together?

Originally posted on Soliloquium:
The writer-editor relationship can be a delicate one. I’ve had the opportunity to sit in both seats, and I know the frustrations that can develop on each side. Here are 5 reflections or pieces of advice…

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Like A River Glorious

  Like a river glorious, is God’s perfect peace, Over all victorious, in its bright increase; Perfect, yet it floweth, fuller every day, Perfect, yet it groweth, deeper all the way. Refrain Stayed upon Jehovah, hearts are fully blest Finding, … Continue reading

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Entry 10: Death, Comedy, and Lincoln

Originally posted on Civil War Pop:
Our American Cousin. Written by Tom Taylor. Release Date: October 15, 1858 (in America). Script Available on Google Books. Our American Cousin comes down to us primarily as the play Abraham Lincoln was watching…

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