Archive for January 20th, 2008

Notes from Truth Project: Who is Man?

The Truth Project at South Canyon Baptist Church in Rapid city today was “Anthropology: Who is Man?” Here are some notes I took today. The lesson started by asking, “What is evil? Why is there evil in the world?” This is one of the most fundamental and important questions that every person asks. It basically […]

National Sanctity of Human Life Day

Today is National Sanctity of Human Life Day, and the beginning of Sanctity of Human Life week. This day and week are set aside to ponder and respect the sanctity of human life, created in the image of God, from conception to natural death. Click image to enlarge

Sometimes it’s called criminal

By Carrie K. Hutchens I was reading, “A mother faces her day of reckoning”, by Nancy Cambria (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH 01/17/2008), which begins, “ST. CHARLES COUNTY–Rebecca Smith was born Nov. 17, 1992, with a heart so leaky surgeons squeezed it tight with a sliver of Gore-tex no wider than a strand of dental floss. There […]

Duncan Hunter Throws in the Towel

It’s official: Duncan Hunter has ended his campaign for the GOP presidential nomination. How sad that while the true liberals of the Democrat Party get plenty of press, the true conservatives of the Republican Party (the few that there are) get ignored. And even sadder that so many people are willing to quietly accept the […]