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Parents who raise their children to do right face a barrage of resistance
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Why a moment of silence is better than school prayer
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By voting we place our hope in the next world
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Forget briefly its immorality—it's just bad law
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Christians should count the cost of the state's affirmation
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"Life before September 11 seemed more secure, but do we really want it back?"
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Can we start a war to protect others?
Stephen L. CarterSubscriber Access Only
The Yale University law professor and author of The Emperor of Ocean Park talks about the lack of religious characters in modern fiction
The Freedom to ResistSubscriber Access Only
The African-American experience teaches us that political activity is essential to the church's identity.
Rudeness Has a First NameSubscriber Access Only
Instant informality actually sabotages true friendship
Sticker ShockSubscriber Access Only
When a judge violated the church-state peace treaty.
Despair NotSubscriber Access Only
There is something worse than misery and death.
Virtue via VouchersSubscriber Access Only
The Supreme Court's recent decision can help prevent more corporate scandals
The Court's Uncertain TrumpetSubscriber Access Only
Unprincipled Commandments rulings leave a nation guessing.
Free Speech FiascoSubscriber Access Only
It's not the government's job to decide whose feelings need protection.
Civil Reactions | Stephen L. Carter: The Courage to LoseSubscriber Access Only
In elections, and in life, there is something more important than winning.
Uncle Sam Is Not Your DadSubscriber Access Only
The separation of church and state protects families too
Give Parents a SaySubscriber Access Only
The current public school model isn't working.
Sports Mobs and MannersSubscriber Access Only
There's a difference between cheering the home team and being boorish.

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George Floyd Left a Gospel Legacy in Houston
George Floyd Left a Gospel Legacy in Houston
As a person of peace, “Big Floyd” opened up ministry opportunities in the Third Ward housing projects.

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