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June 30, 2004

Saddam, Genocide and Abortion

Saddam Hussein has been accused of genocide, ordering the murder of as many as 180,000 Kurdish civilians and soldiers (what war investigators have found about Saddam's crimes). His debauchery has ended and he has been brought to trial. Saddam deserves condemnation. Consider the ongoing campaign that, since 1973, has claimed...
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June 29, 2004

Legal Plunder and the Common Good

Interesting quotes contrasting the socialistic economic philosophy of Hilliary Clinton with that of other notables. "Many of you are well enough off that ... the tax cuts may have helped you. We're saying that for America to get back on track, we're probably going to cut that short and not...
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June 28, 2004

Early Images of Pre-Born Children

Incredible images of pre-born children show complex activity at 12 weeks old. A new type of ultrasound scan has produced the vivid pictures of a 12 week-old fetus "walking" in the womb. Babies produce a motion approximating to yawning from as early as 12 weeks' pregnancy. Maybe this is...
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June 27, 2004

Solomon's Wisdom

Here is one of my favorite paintings from the Louvre....
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June 26, 2004

Weapon's of Mass Destruction and Mustard Gas?

Reports have been made of the first attack with weapons of mass destruction inside Baghdad's Green Zone. This after the CIA disclosed they found a dozen chemical filled bombs. I haven't seen these stories reported elsewhere although you may have . . .? Meanwhile, Iranian Revolutionary Guards are attempting to...
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June 24, 2004

Controversies, Conflict and Division in the Reformed Community

John Frame recently wrote an article on J. Gesham Machen which concluded, among other things, that I have enumerated twenty-two areas of conflict occurring in American conservative Reformed circles from 1936 to the present. Under some of those headings I have mentioned subdivisions, subcontroversies. Most of these controversies have led...
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June 22, 2004

The Temple Priests Have Spoken

Self-proclaimed representatives of science, Nobel Prize Winners, have declared that Pres. Bush is unacceptable because he has diminished the place of science in government. "The Bush administration has ignored unbiased scientific advice in the policy-making that is so important to our collective welfare," the 48 scientists, who have won Nobels...
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June 18, 2004

PCA Statement on Marriage and Sexuality

God's ordinance concerning marriage is binding upon all human beings in all places and at all times. The 32nd General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America, meeting in Pittsburgh, Penn., adopted a statement on Marriage and Sexuality at its meeting on Thursday, June 17, 2004. This statement was approved...
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Captain Obvious Says We Need Dads

Stop the presses. Some new research has been released, with shocking results. Here’s the conclusion the researchers came to: “Dads make a difference in a child’s life.” As the father of six children I can’t tell you how relieved this makes me feel—especially on Father’s Day. What’s the point, you...
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June 15, 2004

Standing Firm

Homosexual activists are fuming over President Bush's refusal to declare June "Gay Pride Month." (Worldnetdaily) Despite pressure from members of the Senate and Nancy Reagan, a White House spokesman says President Bush will not go back on his position against federal funding of any new embryonic stem cell research. (Lifenews)...
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June 14, 2004

The Supreme Court and Prayer

From the Family Research Council: The U.S. Supreme Court today refused to decide whether recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance by public school children violates the U.S. Constitution. Instead, the High Court ruled that the plaintiff, atheist Michael Newdow, did not have custody of his daughter on whose behalf he...
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June 12, 2004

response to pro-gay clergy

Arizona Christian leaders offer definitive response to pro-gay clergy Group counters No Longer Silent with reaffirmation of traditional view PHOENIX— Nearly twice as many Arizona Christian leaders have signed a declaration upholding the traditional position on homosexuality as have signed an opposing declaration highlighted at a June 8 press conference....
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June 11, 2004

Waiting for a Retraction (WMD)?

President Bush has been heavily criticized because weapons of mass destruction were not immediately found in Iraq. This report seems to substantiate U.S. allegations that Iraq had (but hid) WMD. (World Tribune) The United Nations has determined that Saddam Hussein shipped weapons of mass destruction components as well as medium-range...
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Presbyterians (PCUSA) and Abortion

The issue of abortion is likely to take center stage at a meeting of the Presbyterian Church (USA) in Richmond, Virginia, June 26. A number of presbyteries, or district governing bodies, have submitted abortion-related resolutions to this year's General Assembly. The Protestant denomination has been criticized in the past for...
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June 5, 2004

So Long President Reagan

Today we are all Republicans. One of the most beloved presidents in American history, President Ronald Reagan passed away today at the age of 93. (Worldnetdaily) "My family and I would like the world to know that President Ronald Reagan has passed away after 10 years of Alzheimer's disease...
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June 4, 2004

Freedom: The Price of Communistic Utopia

North Korea has recalled mobile phones from its citizens, nearly a year and a half after the service was introduced in the communist country, South Korean media reports say. (article)...
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