Archive | May, 2010

A Film Worth Plugging

May 28, 2010

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I join the New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good in plugging Countdown to Zero, a film that starkly illuminates the dangers of nuclear proliferation.  The goal: Eliminate these apocalyptic dangers.  Lest that sound too “liberal,” note the cuts to the late President Ronald Reagan.  He wanted to take them out. Here is the trailer: Advertisements

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Does This Great Nation Need A Giant Pacifier?

May 27, 2010

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I wonder: What would the Lord of the Universe say to America if Uncle Sam crawled to a mountain top, Moses-like, with gale-force winds ripping through his white hair? Maybe this: “From now on, I will only allow you to exercise your freedom of speech after your mother changes your diapers, wipes your mouth, and plunks you into your high chair so you can scream, bang your spoon, and drool on your bib.”

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Just a bile duct in the Body of Christ

May 1, 2010

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By Carlene Byron I have an acquaintance who feels stuck. Like there’s a big pile of something in front of him that keeps him from doing what he fervently believes is most important. He’s not lazy or unproductive. On the contrary, he’s an award-winning web designer for a global nonprofit. His work – often late […]

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