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Faith and Contemporary Society

Introduction When you think about it, faith is a strong and compelling word. Derived from the Latin, fides,[1] it describes a relationship of trust and confidence in someone or something, in most instances without proof – but is this the … Continue reading

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Man’s Gadarene Folly

There is an interesting school of thought in which it is hypothesized that the accommodating stance of European democracy has become the seed of its own destruction! The Christian roots of Europe are undeniable, a culture where its Christian values … Continue reading

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