Monthly Archives: August 2010

True Humility

Philippians 2:3 says, “Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves.” This is a bold statement.  The first part of this verse may not seem too unusual, because the Bible repeatedly … Continue reading

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Christians Should Stop the Denial of Death

The TV news show 60 Minutes recently aired a report about Americans prolonging their own deaths (and suffering).  The report cited that Medicare pays $55B to doctors and hospitals each year for treatment of patients in the last two months … Continue reading

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Enough of the NYC Mosque

The media frenzy over the NYC mosque is quite amazing, but I think it’s a bit overdone.  It’s not uncommon for the media to exaggerate the importance of an issue when they can’t find anything better to talk about.  It’s … Continue reading

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Tax Increase By Not Extending the Bush Tax Cuts

If the Bush Tax Cuts are not extended, everyone’s taxes will increase–and more than you might expect.  Although the new tax rate tables have not yet been established, we do know that the old (higher) rates will return.  The exact … Continue reading

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