Archive for July 31st, 2008

Anglicans Disagree Over Biblical Authority

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Lillian KwonChristian Post ReporterThu, Jul. 31 2008 06:12 PM EDT Before entering talks on human sexuality on Thursday, Anglican leaders took a deep look at the issue underlying the ongoing and highly publicized gay debate – the Bible. “The issue of homosexuality comes down to an issue […]

Christian Theologian Calls for Tolerance of Islamic Ad

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Michelle A. VuChristian Post ReporterThu, Jul. 31 2008 01:48 PM EDT Authorities should tolerate an initiative to place ads about Islam in New York subway cars, said a Christian theologian with expertise in Islamic strategies. Several Muslim groups, including main sponsor Islamic Circle of North America, are […]

University Ordered to Recognize Christian Fraternity

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Nathan BlackChristian Post ReporterThu, Jul. 31 2008 09:01 AM EDT The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit ordered officials at the University of Florida to recognize a Christian fraternity, which had filed a lawsuit for discrimination. Judges from the federal appeals court in Atlanta issued […]

A Return to Enumerated Powers

The Founders of the United States saw the danger of unrestrained government and worked very hard to limit the power and scope of government. For instance, they divided the authority and responsibility of different functions of government into three main areas: executive, legislative and judicial. They established the doctrine of separation of powers, which meant […]

The Experiences of Women Who Have Had Abortions

Dakota Voice is reviewing the Report of the South Dakota Task Force to Study Abortion, in light of the upcoming November vote on Initiated Measure 11 to end most abortions in South Dakota. Pertinent sections of the report will be reviewed each week for the next several weeks which may shed light on Initiated Measure […]

Offenders Cheat 24/7 Program, But Deterrent Still Provided

Is South Dakota’s 24/7 Sobriety Program to fight drunk driving getting the job done? KELO examines that question. Drunk driving is an offense which can not only get the perpetrator hurt or killed, it can hurt or kill the innocent. Alcohol is also a leading contributor to many other offenses including general assaults and domestic […]