Tag: Editorial

Reaching out to demonstrate God’s love and holiness to homosexuals

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“I am speaking about a very sensitive issue. I would even wager to say that it is the most heated social issue of our day.” This is how Timothy Kurek introduces his book, The Cross in the Closet. The Cross in the Closet, which was released Oct. 11, chronicles Kurek’s one-year experience of pretending to be

Considering the call for short-term mission work

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During this coming week, campus will be filled with mission agencies recruiting workers, sharing their ministries and their passion for the Gospel to the student body. As busy students, it might be tempting to ignore the thought of working on the mission field during the summer, and many have never even considered traveling overseas to

“Online churches” forgo in-person fellowship for Internet chatrooms

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In an age when most of us get the majority of our news, communication and entertainment from the Internet, it’s understandable that many young Christians are attracted to the idea of attending church online as well. Many churches now offer live-streaming of their services as an alternative to physically attending in a church building. Several

Dems waste opportunities at DNC

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By this point in the presidential race, many of us are just ready for it to be over. But last week’s Democratic National Convention made even the most campaign-weary individuals pay attention to the election coverage. What could have been an opportunity to unite the party by focusing on a strong economic vision for the

New voter ID laws necessary, not discriminatory in upcoming election

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As the November elections draw nearer, the issue of voter ID is once again at the forefront of some of the most aggressive battles between political parties, often overshadowing the political races themselves. Last week in South Carolina, testimony concluded in the state’s lawsuit against the Obama administration. The lawsuit, filed by Attorney General Alan

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