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November 2014: Religion and Politics

“The American Nightmare: Politics for Politics’ Sake” by Matthew Sewell When it comes to America’s political atmosphere, how often do we ask ourselves “what’s the point?” (READ MORE) “Religion, politics and the supposed wall of separation between the two” by Dr. Arlin Migliazzo We often hear about the supposed “wall of separation” …

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More than enough

I’m one of the “lucky” ones. I have my health, a happy marriage. I’m educated, employed with a nice roof over my head and far more than enough to eat at any time during the day or night.

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The American Nightmare: Politics for Politics’ Sake

Religion and politics, specifically politics in the context of a free and just society stemming from the existence of a transcendent God, must be inseparable if a society wishes to prosper. Whether we like it or not, the entire concept of the freedom and dignity of human persons is only possible if there exists a transcendent creator.

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