Category Archives: Just War

Blaming God for the evil in the world?

Why do we so strongly oppose evil and long for a world without it? 
Why do we cry foul? 
Why do we long for a lost Paradise? 
Why do we even think in terms of good and evil? Continue reading

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Four dimensions of peace

How should we understand peace? Continue reading

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The price of our freedom

Take 3 minutes to be inspired by this great video! Continue reading

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Responding to acts of terrorism

How could it be honorable and loving to remain passive while people are being terrorized and killed unjustly. Continue reading

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Syria, Abortion and Hypocrisy

It’s a bit difficult for me to think of America as the moral leader when it comes to the safety of children. Continue reading

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3 Questions about war

Is it possible for a government to carry out a just war? Continue reading

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When is war necessary?

Is it possible to have a just war? Could a decision to go to war ever be the best and most loving choice? Continue reading

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A time to remember

There is no greater display of dedication to one’s Nation than to give of your sons and daughters to military service. Let us pause to remember with gratitude and honor those fallen and wounded in battle! Pray for and aid the comfort of those who feel so deeply the pain of loss at this time.
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Myth about the First Amendment

Our Sunday News recently asked me to be a voice to balance the weekly columns of the assistant editor. He generates the most reader response for the paper but writes from more of a left-side, liberal perspective (labels I am a … Continue reading

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A Time to Give Thanks and Pray

  Setting aside the partisanship that has polarized the political scene, let us pause as one Nation under God to remember with gratitude and honor those who served their Country!   We express our deepest gratitude to families who lost loved … Continue reading

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