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Culture is an established way of living and thinking. Cultural assumptions go largely unchallenged as many people do not know what they think, and almost no one knows why they think what they think. We inherit a – by virtue of our birth in a nation, state, region, and family – a way of seeing the world. This view of the world is largely obscured from consciousness. But it remains a grand why moving beneath the mainstream current of thought.

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I attended the Senate Confirmation Hearing of Judge Brett Kavanaugh with a group of 60+ leaders from around the nation. Our singular goal was to converge on DC and pray for the nomination process. Little did I know I...
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Rise Up America

On the eve of the US elections, I had the privilege of interviewing six prominent members of the Evangelical community: Dr. Lance Wallnau, Cindy Jacobs, Bishop Henry R. Jackson, Alveda King, Mario Bramnick and Ramiro Peña. We spoke about a...
This morning's hearing has been nothing short of chaotic. During the first sentence of Chairman Grassley's opening statements, he was interrupted by Sen. Kamala Harris. She and her organized minority committee members, operating under the direction of Check Schumer,...
American culture at-large has confused facts with truth, truth with opinion, and opinion with intolerance and bigotry. When facts become bigoted opinions, the truth is squeezed from the center of cultural thought. Much of what people say think and...
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Violence & Spirituality

Why are humans so violent? Can anything be done about it? For centuries philosophers, theologians and governments have sought answers to these perplexing and vital questions. Over the past decade, a variety of hypothesis have been put forward by...

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The Veto-Proof Heartbeat Bill

Something amazing is happening in Ohio. On a cold, snowy November night, in the final moments of a long session, the Ohio House of Representatives...
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Rise Up America

Kavanaugh Hearing: Paid Speech