Monthly Archives: September 2015

Babies and Bath Water

Wednesday, Sept. 30                                      There are lots of other examples of profiling.  We profile churches.  Certain ones are “liberal.”  When I was in … Continue reading

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Welfare Not Faring Well

Tuesday, Sept. 29                                           There’s another area where profiling is bad—people on welfare.  Scathing remarks have been made about these … Continue reading

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Scum

Monday, Sept. 28                                           There’s another nuance to this, which is why I focused on profiling.  You will remember that Jesus … Continue reading

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Rejected But Not Abandoned

Sunday, Sept. 27                                                         Probably most of my readers were already acquainted with … Continue reading

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Racial Profiling

Saturday, Sept. 26                                           I hate racial profiling.  In fact, I hate profiling of any kind.  Americans think they are … Continue reading

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Transformed Mind Sets

Friday, Sept. 25                                                           “We cannot be good.  But we can decide … Continue reading

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Sacrifices that are not Sacrifices

Thursday, Sept. 24                                          “No one ever loses what he sacrifices to the Father.”—Dan Schaeffer, in “A Better Country, p. 26.   … Continue reading

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