Monthly Archives: June 2016

Thou Shalt Write Every Day By Henry McLaughlin

THOU SHALT WRITE EVERY DAY. How often have we heard this or some variation of it? And how often did the guilt come the first day we couldn’t do it? How many times were we tempted to give it up, … Continue reading

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Socialism for the Uninformed By Thomas Sowell

Socialism sounds great. It has always sounded great. And it will probably always continue to sound great. It is only when you go beyond rhetoric, and start looking at hard facts, that socialism turns out to be a big disappointment, … Continue reading

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Who Was Augustine and Why Was He Important? By Ryan Reeves

  This is the second of a 5-part series that will blog through Trevin Wax’s choices for Christianity’s Most Important Theologians. We will explore each to show why Trevin and others find these figures so influential. The first post was … Continue reading

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Finally! An Easy Way To Know When (And How) To Use A Semicolon!

Semicolons are tricky. We all know what they are, how to read them, and when they’re used incorrectly. But if you’re anything like us, it’s hard to know how to use them effectively. The semicolon isn’t all that scary! Actually, … Continue reading

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Joni’s Eareckson Tada’s Statement on the Glamorization of Physician-Assisted Suicide in the New Film Me Before You

  In light of the fact that California’s new physician-assisted suicide law goes into effect tomorrow (Thursday, June 9), following closely on the heels of the newly-released film, Me Before You, I wanted to sound an alarm about this egregious … Continue reading

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Good Books for Warm Days — The Summer Reading List for 2016 By Albert Mohler

Different seasons seem to bring different ambitions and opportunities for reading. Just as summer represents a season for rest and a needed change of pace, it also brings a sense of permission to spend time reading a stack of books … Continue reading

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Anne Shirley Says ‘Wassup, Marilla?’ By Peter Leavell

I eavesdrop on conversations. Like the two girls sitting behind me right now. “I know, I like totally backed into pole. That thing on the bottom that runs across the car was like so smashed up, and my boyfriend didn’t … Continue reading

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