Monthly Archives: January 2010

Blog Integrity

Psalm 15 gives us God’s guidelines for living lives of integrity, in all areas of our lives: 1 LORD, who may dwell in your sanctuary? Who may live on your holy hill? 2 He whose walk is blameless and who does … Continue reading

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The High Cost of Health Care – Supply-And-Demand

The current debate on health care has revealed the fact that it comprises 16% of our economy.  Regardless of where one stands on this debate, this statistic alone should concern us.  Our annual GDP is about $14.2 trillion, and we … Continue reading

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Why Do We Enjoy Going to Church?

In the February, 2010 Reader’s Digest (pages 16-17), psychologist Daniel Gilbert offers insights on how to be happy.  Among his observations, under the heading “Go To Church (Or Somewhere),” is the following paragraph about attending church:  “Churchgoers are happier than … Continue reading

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Should Government Be a Moral Authority on Homosexuality?

A new government policy in Canada is targeting homophobia (even more than before), and such movements often spread to the U.S. in short order.  The goal of the new policy is to squash the belief that homosexuality is immoral.  The … Continue reading

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Beware of Religious Catch-Phrases

It seems that faith in America has become politically correct.  A recent news article noted that Americans are surprisingly flexible about religion and faith.  It indicated that nearly six out of ten Americans blend their faith with New Age and … Continue reading

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The Shack – A Book Review

The Shack, by William Paul Young is not the typical kind of book that I normally enjoy.  Although I prefer non-fiction (Bible study, history, biographies, etc.), The Shack proved to be a surprising and uplifting story.  The personal tragedy described … Continue reading

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