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By David Kubal, President/CEO IFA The moral choices of the 2016 elections. The choices of this year’s election season pose some significant moral challenges. I have heard that Christians are struggling with the values of the Democrat party: the so-called “pro-choice” position (which means, in virtually 100 percent of cases, pro-abortion); limiting religious freedoms; more […]Read More
The choices of this year’s election season pose some significant moral challenges. I have heard that Christians are struggling with the values of the Democrat party: the so-called “pro-choice” position (which means, in virtually 100 percent of cases, pro-abortion); limiting religious freedoms; more government control over citizens’ lives, etc. And I have also heard Christians who are struggling […]Read More
See if you can follow me, although I admit that it might be difficult. All of us are born with either an XX or XY chromosome pattern. Then a birthing assistant (usually a physician) “assigns” us a sex – male or female, based on our exterior anatomy. Then, we each identify with a deeply held […]Read More
On Watch in Washington August 24, 2016 Plain Text PDF Version VP HOPEFULS RANKED AS OPPOSITES With voter approval rates for Hillary Clinton averaging a negative 10.9 percentage points and those for Donald Trump at a negative 28.6 percentage points, it’s conceivable that their vice presidential choices will tip the scales for undecided voters in […]Read More
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