Monthly Archives: July 2015

Faith, Forgiveness, and Offenders

Today’s question comes from Yvette. She wrote: “As we see the mentally handicapped, day in and day out commit crimes that usually the same would not — how do you best advise us as a society, to forgive? We have … Continue reading

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The Gaza Strip

I have been waiting a while for someone to submit a question (since I promised myself I wouldn’t write unless I was responding to a question). Today, Stevie sent the following question: “I am going out on a limb here, … Continue reading

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The Separation of Church & State

Today’s question comes from Sharon.  She writes: “This is my understanding of Separation of Church and State: Before our forefathers came here, living in England, they were forced, by the government, to go to one particular church or denomination. When … Continue reading

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