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Life begins at Conception

At this point in the "debate" over abortion, it is patently obvious that any justification given by pro-abortion advocates to continue our society's practice of butchering its young is neither valid nor sensible.

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Marx, Christ and You

When Karl Marxs housekeeper bore him a son three months after his wife gave birth to their fourth child, his first thought was his reputation. In what biographer Francis Wheen refers to as one of the first and most successful cover-ups for the greater good of the Communist cause, Marx managed to get his close friend, Friedrich Engels, to take the blame, and the woman to give up her 5-week-old infant for adoption.

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The Apple Argument Against Abortion

I hope a reader can show me where I've gone astray in the sequence steps that constitute this argument against abortion. I honestly wish a pro-choicer would someday show me one argument that proved that fetuses are not persons.

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Together and in Love

We have learned that it is so important to keep our marriage alive and well. Just as we feed our souls with prayer and our bodies with food, so too we need to feed our marriage.

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Violent Video Games

More than 3,500 research studies have examined the association between media violence and violent behavior; all but 18 have shown that the more violence you see, the more likely you are to be violent.

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But What do I Say?

The gay-activist movement is finding its way into more and more schools promoting destructive behavior under the guise of tolerance. How can you ensure that the truth gets a fair hearing?

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The Population Bomb That Fizzled

If the predictions in Paul Ehrlich's 1968 best seller, The Population Bomb, had been near the mark, Americans would be eating their dogs and children by now and yearning for a condominium - a little elbow room - on the moon.

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Mother Teresa Goes to Washington

The National Prayer Breakfast, Washington, D.C, February 5, 1994. Before the President and Mrs. Clinton, Vice President and Mrs. Gore, and a room packed with 4,000 others, Mother Theresa dared to say what no one there dared to say.

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Quebec After Catholicism

By the 1970s, many within Quebec's Catholic Church were forced to recognize that what they had really signed on to was, so to speak, their own death warrant.

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