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The crime of spiritual abuse: One of the most dangerous ideas in decades

Todays Christian Today Article

There appears to be an epidemic of abuse in today’s world. Whether its Jimmy Saville and the BBC, Harvey Weinstein and Hollywood, Oxfam and the charities industry, or the apparently endless stories of abuse within the Christian church, it seems as though hardly a day goes by without a new revelation of yet another scandal. 1,283 more words

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Polyamory and polygamy – the next big social change?

After spending a great deal of time discussing and debating the pros and cons of same sex marriage, first of all being assured it wouldn’t happen (after all, we already had civil partnerships) then being assured it wouldn’t affect anyone, I received a letter from Her Majesty’s Government. 937 more words

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The Deep-Sea Reasons for the Accession of the United States to the 1982 Convention on the Law of the Sea

By Katherine Liljestrand, Staff Contributor 

The 1982 Convention on the Law of the Sea is the world’s foremost international treaty with respect to the legal order for the global seas and oceans. 1,145 more words

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Potential for Market Uncertainty in Clean Energy

Potential for Market Uncertainty in Clean Energy

By Sara Ellen Mahoney, Staff Contributor

The Trump Administration has continued their policy shift from the Obama era regulations to promoting coal and fossil fuel, while implementing laws that slow down alternative renewable energy source initiatives. 829 more words

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Rachael Denhollander and the Scandal of Sexual Abuse in the Church

(this was first published on the Christian Today website)

Rachael Denhollander is my new heroine. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen anything quite as brave, compelling, articulate and gospel centered as her  1,135 more words

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The Cure for Loneliness - the Cord of Three Strands - (Ecclesiastes 4:7-12)

(An edited edition of this article was first published on Christian Today here – )

Since the government is the highest authority known to secular man, it must be the solution to every problem. 968 more words

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Plaintiffs and PADEP Reach Settlement Over NPDES Permits for Ten Coal-Fired Power Plants

Plaintiffs and PADEP Reach Settlement Over NPDES Permits for Ten Coal-Fired Power Plants

By Zachary Murphy, Staff Contributor

On January 12th, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP) reached a settlement with petitioners Sierra Club and Lower Susquehanna Riverkeeper Association, requiring PADEP to draft new National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits for ten coal-fired power plants that had been operating with expired permits. 723 more words

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