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The Best Agriculture Handbook

30. November 2016

The Best Agriculture Handbook

Changed hearts and improved lives in Liberia

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Christ and the Regulative Principle

01. November 2011

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Institute Trains Future Journalists

01. May 2011

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The Sin of Spin

01. February 2011

More implications of the 9th commandment

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Banking in Jesus’ Stead

01. November 2010

Watchwords

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Transforming ‘Dodge City’ for God’s Glory

01. July 2010

Watch Words

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The Last Best Hope

01. June 2010

Has America lost sight of what made her great?

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Grumpy Young Men (Part I)

01. May 2010

God’s World in Your World

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Don’t Despise the Day of Small Things (Zech. 4:10)

01. April 2010

Think of teaching in public schools as a day of small things

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The Positive Side of “Thou Shalt Not”

01. February 2010

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Temperance and Prohibition: One of Them Worked

29. September 2009

Historian Jason Lantzer challenges the conventional wisdom that Prohibition was a failure in the book, Prohibition Is Here to Stay

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Lessons of Life and Death

11. March 2009

Lessons of Life and Death

Encouraging a culture of life helps everyone

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Former Senators as Presidents

08. October 2008

Former Senators as Presidents

Do governors or senators make better presidents

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Two Unlikely Candidates and the Cultural Shift

09. September 2008

Two Unlikely Candidates and the Cultural Shift

One key to understanding views of the major-party presidential candidates

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Spiritual Disciplines, in Grace

08. July 2008

Spiritual Disciplines, in Grace

The externals can reflect Christ working in us in sanctification, or they can mistakenly become attempts on our part to get Christ to love us more based on our performance.

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A Kingdom Not of This World

08. October 2007

Beyond politics and earthly conflict

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David and the Gambling Goliath

01. May 2007

David and the Gambling Goliath

Watchwords

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Direct Donations May Change Education, Welfare

01. February 2007

Direct Donations May Change Education, Welfare

Could this be an opportunity for Christians to make a difference?

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An Interesting Union of Church and State

01. January 2007

Away from the camera’s eye, some partnerships are changing lives

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Hard-Fought Wars, Hard-Fought Policies

01. November 2006

Hard-Fought Wars, Hard-Fought Policies

Discussing the comparisons drawn between presidents Harry Truman and George W. Bush

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The Bigger Picture of Prohibition

08. August 2006

The Bigger Picture of Prohibition

A new thesis challenges the history books

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Has Rottenness Sidetracked Reform?

01. July 2006

Has Rottenness Sidetracked Reform?

Have the Republicans ignored the biblical warnings about success in their role as majority party

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When Prayer and Politics Mix

15. March 2006

Why some important bipartisan meetings draw little or no media attention

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Putting Christianity Back in American History

01. February 2006

Putting Christianity Back in American History

“Little Bear” Wheeler and others do what most schools don’t

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A Life Redeemed

01. January 2006

A Life Redeemed

Will Charles Colson’s influence encourage a more godly criminal justice system?

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Facing Off Over the Church

03. October 2005

Watchwords

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What I Wish I’d Known

08. August 2005

The one thing this elder/editor told a group of graduating seniors

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A Shelter of Truth

01. June 2005

Francis Schaeffer’s L’Abri ministry turns 50

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Concerned for People As a Way of Life

01. May 2005

“Coincidences” seem to occur when Rich Ganz is around—including when he’s in the Midwest

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