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January 1, 1970 Archives

If our moral duty to provide health, education and housing to our people impedes us from paying debt, we won’t hesitate two seconds. – Rafael Correa, recently elected president of Ecuador (Source: Bloomberg) + Sign up to receive our quote […]

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Every seventh year you shall grant a remission of debts. And this is the manner of the remission: every creditor shall remit the claim that is held against a neighbor, not exacting it of a neighbor who is a member […]

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I thought this was a clear and passionate column by Robert Parham for EthicsDaily.com – a strong evangelical Christian voice. I strongly urge you to read the entire commentary. What do you think of his argument? How many more American […]

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Since yesterday morning, I’ve been trying to figure out why I am so fascinated with Nancy Pelosi’s swearing in as the Speaker of the House. I have researched her biography and political positions online, watched archived clips of her speeches, […]

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In this time of heightened tensions among the three Abrahamic faiths, it is essential that we reach out to representatives of other religions who are potential partners for peace. Last September, the Very Rev. Sam Lloyd and I invited the […]

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