God Resists the Proud – Part 2

Lion Lipstick of Rekero Pride late evening in Masai Mara, Kenya - by Maggy Meyer

Once we understand where pride originated, and all the terrible things that have happened as a result, it’s no wonder that God resists the proud. Pride Affects Relationships I was at small group last night and we discussed some things

How and Why the Senate Must Reform the Filibuster 2

Hillsdale College campus aerial view of the main plaza with an American flag prominently displayed in the foreground. Walkways between buildings frame the grass-covered lawn and there are numerous trees with bright green foliage scattered across the landscape.

The following [How and Why the Senate Must Reform the Filibuster, by Tom McClintock] is adapted from a speech delivered on January 11, 2017, at Hillsdale College’s Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship in Washington, D.C.,

God Resists the Proud

Lion Lipstick of Rekero Pride late evening in Masai Mara, Kenya - by Maggy Meyer

God resists the proud is a biblical concept that each of us should think about, and for some very important reasons. It’s found in both the Old and New Testaments, and so we know that God places importance on it.

When Things Go Wrong

Forest-covered mountains drop off into the sea. The sky is overcast and clouds are low and mixing with the mist coming off the tops of the mountains.

What do you do when things go wrong? The answer to that question reveals a lot about who we are and where our confidence is placed. Equal Opportunity Situations Everybody (saved and unsaved alike) enjoys the good days, right? My

How and Why the Senate Must Reform the Filibuster

Hillsdale College campus aerial view of the main plaza with an American flag prominently displayed in the foreground. Walkways between buildings frame the grass-covered lawn and there are numerous trees with bright green foliage scattered across the landscape.

The following [How and Why the Senate Must Reform the Filibuster, by Tom McClintock] is adapted from a speech delivered on January 11, 2017, at Hillsdale College’s Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship in Washington, D.C.,

Self-Evaluation

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I have tried to develop a habit of self-evaluation over the years and it has served me well. Self-evaluation continuously teaches me to think objectively about myself and my reactions to the things going on around me. Self-evaluation helps me

Examining Evolution – Part 3

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What can we gain from examining evolution? The simple answer is A LOT! We separate fact from theory. We find out what does and doesn’t fit into the picture being painted. We find out what makes a statement probable or

Who We Are As A People – The Syrian Refugee Question 4

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The following [Who We Are As A People-The Syrian Refugee Question] is adapted from a lecture delivered at Hillsdale College on October 12, 2016, sponsored by the Van Andel Graduate School of Statesmanship and Pi Sigma Alpha. One condition for

Examining Evolution – Part 2

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By examining evolution we see that the theory of how life started is found at every level of society. A House of Cards It begins with toddlers being given little plastic toy dinosaurs and the toddlers as they are told

Examining Evolution

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I (as TruthAnchor1 on Disqus) have been involved in some lively chats regarding my examining evolution. There is a lot of misunderstanding on both sides of the discussion, so I think it would be a good thing if we start

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