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How will we treat the messenger?

Russell Moore has the hardest job in the Southern Baptist Convention. He is required to speak on behalf of a people who take great pride in speaking for themselves, even (or especially) with the Almighty. 512 more words


No, Virginia, There's No Such Thing as President's Day

Yup, there’s no such holiday as President’s Day – at least officially. It’s just Congress’ way of making Washington’s birthday fit a three day weekend.(Really – see Section 6103(a) of Title 5 of the United States Code). 360 more words


Citizen Journalism

Citizen Journalism has an important role in promoting various issues relating to society as a whole. One such example is that of the Woman’s March, which took place on the 21st January 2017 and saw a wide range of people take to the streets of, not just Washington, but in various cities all around the world to show solidarity for women following the inauguration of Donald Trump’s presidency. 445 more words


Perfection (Commentary on Matthew 5:43-48)

“We will be perfect in every aspect of the game. You drop a pass, you run a mile. You miss a blocking assignment, you run a mile. 1,071 more words


Rev CH 2

“The Loveless Church” – Revelation 2:1-7


 Before, we begin to look at the text in any great depth, I must assert that these seven messages which we are going to be looking at are seven real messages delivered to seven real congregation and therefore must be understood in their original context.  7,424 more words

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Reflexive Control By Design: Crafting Emergent Opportunity in Complex Systems

By Wilford L. Garvin

Success in military operations requires shaping the human domain. Leaders, therefore, seek fullest understanding of both friendly and adversary decision making to increase probability of effective planning and execution. 1,786 more words