Monthly Archives: October 2002

No Atheist Assistant Scoutmasters

Boy Scouts to Atheist: Accept A God or Get Out — 10/30/2002 (also here: Atheist Eagle Scout Gets Ultimatum) I was in Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts since the first year I was eligible. I still have my Cub Scout … Continue reading

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Fascism, Corruption, and Democrats

WorldNetDaily: Fascism, corruption and my ‘Democratic’ Party Now, 25 years later, I am ashamed to be a Democrat. More than that, I have come to fear my own party. Hatred and corruption – the roots of fascism – are on … Continue reading

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Living out the Faith

ABCNEWS.com : Family Grants a Father’s Dying Wish A single father of 4 got Lou Gehrig’s disease. He was sure that after he died his family would be split up, and that terrified him…until a local Christian family (who already … Continue reading

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Christian Women and Modesty

Christian women have obligation to dress modestly, Mary Mohler says – (BP) Mary Mohler believes there are certain clothes Christian women should never wear. Ever. Whether it be miniskirts, hip-hugger jeans or skin-tight shirts, Mohler — wife of seminary president … Continue reading

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The Little Boy Down The Road

From a forwarded email I received from Phil Kent. Brace yourself, especially if you have kids. I have a little boy who waits for his daddy at the end of the street. For several years, we lived at the end … Continue reading

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Perl and Christianity

Larry Wall, the author of Perl, did an interview on Slashdot. Larry is a Christian and was asked about his faith (question 7). His answer has a lot of good stuff in it. Although I don’t agree with him completely … Continue reading

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Walter Williams on Gender Roles

Quote from this week’s Federalist. It’s simple: We’ve become a nation increasingly ruled by emotions and feelings — in a word, feminized. Men and women have different psychological make-ups. Women tend to be more nurturing, sensitive and submissive. They demonstrate … Continue reading

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It Takes a Village

It Takes A Village by Glenn Conjurske It take a village (so we’re told), to raise a child today It take a village (we reply), to steal his heart away To purge old-fashioned do’s and don’t’s, from his enlightened mind … Continue reading

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