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Culling Words Crushes Cultures

Words aren’t generally religious per se, but some words are clearly associated with Christianity. Not just technical terms like sanctification or dispensationalism but everyday words like bishop, chapel, devil, disciple, minister, sin. Words children use. Nevertheless, more than a decade ago, editors of the Oxford Junior Dictionary removed those very

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Christ-Centered Education Produces Leaders

This is post 2 of 5 in the series “colonial education” The Role of the Bible in Early American Education Christ-Centered Education Produces Leaders Christ-Centered Education Produces Leaders, part 2 The American Revolution Was Fueled by Preaching Teach Character and Understanding at Home Christ-centered education is sorely needed today “Let

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The Meaning of America

What is the meaning of America? What does it mean to be an American? I’ve been giving a lot of thought to this recently.  Unlike most nations, America* is not defined by a shared ethnicity. We come from all over the world. Some are recent arrivals, others have lived here

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