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Category: Public Square

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Can the Government Effectively Care for the Poor?

By: Dr. Glenn Sunshine

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In my last post exploring “who are the poor?”, I discussed biblical definitions of the poor and the rich. Let’s…

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I have always lived in Los Angeles. More specifically, I have always lived in the South Bay suburbs of Los…

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In their hearts humans plan their course, but the Lord establishes their steps (Prov. 16:9) It was George Washington who, in his…

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Each year at Thanksgiving, I am faced with a major choice—and it doesn’t involve what kind of pie to have….

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Each one of us is passionate about an issue that is close to our hearts. Personally, I’m passionate about the…

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Two weeks ago, the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics (IFWE) hosted a symposium on religious freedom attended by more…

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Freedom That Is Worth Fighting For

By: Kristin Brown

6 minute read

A veteran is someone who, at one point in their life, wrote a blank check made payable to The United…

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It’s the day after Election Day and pundits are striving to figure out what really mattered to voters this year….

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The idea of religious liberty has emerged as one of the unique contributions of the American experiment, but where did…

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When the Soviet Union disintegrated in 1991, the newly independent nation of Ukraine faced numerous challenges: Between 1991 and 1997,…

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