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Living in a Post-Truth Age

by Jim Denney, adapted from ANSWERS TO SATISFY THE SOUL: Clear, Straight Answers to 20 of Life’s Most Perplexing Questions Syndicated columnist Harvey Mackay tells the story of a Duke University chemistry professor named Professor Bonk (his course was widely … Continue reading

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“Atheists for Jesus”

Opinion by Jim Denney I believe that if everyone in the world would live out the Sermon on the Mount (the words of Jesus in Matthew chapters 5 through 7) 95 percent of the world’s problems would be solved. It … Continue reading

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When the Truth Slips Out

Opinion by Jim Denney This past Tuesday, on the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a law allowing the abortion of babies up to the moment of childbirth. Then he ordered the Freedom Tower … Continue reading

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What is Truth? by Jim Denney

Opinion by Jim Denney, author of Answers to Satisfy the Soul Kathy Myatt has been a missionary nurse in Brazil, an instructor in pediatric nursing at Tennessee State University, and an instructor in psychopathology and psychopharmacology at Gordon Conwell Seminary. … Continue reading

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Fiction is a Different Kind of Truth

by Jim Denney “All good books have one thing in common — they are truer than if they had really happened.” —Ernest Hemingway I’m a fan of Lawrence Block and Stephen King, but there’s something these two fine writers have … Continue reading

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Negativity and the Mind of Christ

“The thief’s purpose is to steal and kill and destroy. My purpose is to give them a rich and satisfying life” (John 10:10 NLT). At every moment, there are two voices vying for our attention–one wants to tear us down … Continue reading

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Why Values and Morals are Important: Part 1 by Vicki Hinze

  Why Values and Morals are Important Part 1  By Vicki Hinze   You asked why values and morals are important and why we need them.   We live on a planet with a lot of people. Billions of people. … Continue reading

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Why Brian Williams is Fair Game by Julie Arduini

I’m a strong believer of building others up instead of tearing them down. It’s a principle I use as a mom, mentor and friend. That said, the dull roar and many memes I’m observing regarding Brian Williams doesn’t bother me. … Continue reading

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Making Sense of the Senseless by James L. Rubart

Has it been hard for you since Friday? Trying to make sense of the massacre? Me too. Our boys are 20 and 17, but moments ago they were in grade school and my mind skips a beat when I try … Continue reading

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