A Process and Outcome Evaluation of a Faith-based Social Service Program by Matt Anselmi and James Griffith Phd Although the outstretched hand of the poor remains the same yesterday as today, the faces of those who strive to fill those hands...
In 2007 Candidate Barack Obama said that America is not a Christian nation. However, there is much evidence to contradict that view. In this article I provide several evidences that point to America's Christian foundation.
Gay activists are working over time to redefine the family. As a result many Christians are are questioning their faith in the Christian family model. This writing is my perspective on the gay right's campaign to legalize gay marriage. I hope to encourage people to stand fast in their faith in the...
In Gareth Morgan’s book Images of Organization, he discusses the use of metaphors as “a way of thinking and a way of seeing that pervade how we understand our world generally” (2006, pg. 4).
The political and religious systems have duped the masses through a process of Hegelian Dialectic thinking and synthesis that has led to the compromise of truth.
Reko Diq is a small town in Chagai District, Balochistan, Pakistan, in a desert area 70 kilometres north west of Naukundi, near to the Iran-Afghan border. Reko Diq, also the name of an ancient volcano, literally means sandy peak, but this is...
Comparing Oliver Cromwell and King Charles I. The English Civil War changed world history. New Model Army, Round-heads. When Absolute Monarchy met Religious fundamentalism. A recipe for revolution.
This essay argues that the Wall of Separation between church and state first stated by Thomas Jefferson has no grounding in the Constitution and has led to the loss of religious freedom. Upon the advice of former Chief Justice William Rehnquist, the Wall of Separation principle should be abandoned.
The Supreme Court has heard a number of cases on whether or not religion in the classroom is constitutional. See a summary of their conclusions here.
Perhaps you've heard someone say that "we not only have the freedom of religion, but we also have the freedom from religion." In this article I explain why the idea of a "freedom from religion" is irrational.