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Should Christians Support the Death Penalty?
Capital punishment is considered only in the most extreme of cases, and even then, it’s rarely used. Despite its infrequent use, is the death penalty something Christians should support?

http://gospel.com/blog/index.php/2009/10/26/should-christians-support-the-death-penalty/

"Widow" in the Bible: James 1:27
Both the Old and New Testaments contain many exhortations to care for widows and orphans. Widows and orphans have been cut off from the rest of society and lack the family support structures that the rest of us enjoy. We live in a culture different from that of ancient Israel, but we are still obligated to help those on the fringes of society.

http://biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Jas.1.27&version=NIV

RBC Ministries
Radio Bible Class Daily Devotionals and Biblical Resources. RBC Ministries has been teaching the Word of God so as to lead people of all nations to personal faith and maturity in Christ.

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Been Thinking About blog
A blog by Mart De Haan and Friends covering today's timely issues called 'Been Thinking About'.

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Sports Spectrum - Real Issues In Sports Life
Sports Spectrum - Real Issues In Sports Life

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The World According to Goth (Page 1 of 3)
There are probably few subculture movements in society today that result in as many misconceptions and fears as does the Goth culture. When people hear the word "Goth," some immediately envision black clothes, tattoos, and pale faces, while others connect it to something more menacing such as ...

http://christiananswersforthenewage.org/Articles_Goth1.html

Radio Program Archives - Download MP3 - RZIM
The Gospel in a Pluralistic Society (part 5 of 5). By Stuart McAllister. Today on “Just Thinking,” explore the importance of combining reason and imagination when presenting the gospel. Join us and find out how to give away the truth of God’s Word in a relevant way to those in our culture.

http://rzim.org/radio/archives.php?p=JT&v=detail&id=1231

Radio Program Archives - Download MP3 - RZIM
The Gospel in a Pluralistic Society (part 4 of 5). By Stuart McAllister. Today on “Just Thinking,” dig deeper into the truth of the gospel. Find out how the gospel message can transform our culture. And discover an avenue of hope to those who are lost in the maze of postmodern thinking.

http://rzim.org/radio/archives.php?p=JT&v=detail&id=1230

Radio Program Archives - Download MP3 - RZIM
The Gospel in a Pluralistic Society (part 3 of 5). By Stuart McAllister. Today on “Just Thinking,” we’ll take a long look at truth. Is it the new obscenity, as our culture claims today, or an eternal necessity? Join us, and help Stuart McAllister sort it out.

http://rzim.org/radio/archives.php?p=JT&v=detail&id=1229

Radio Program Archives - Download MP3 - RZIM
The Gospel in a Pluralistic Society (part 2 of 5). Why should you make God the ruler of your life? Because He loves you most and understands you best. Are you still not convinced? Join us on “Just Thinking” today, and find out why RZIM itinerant team member Stuart McAllister.

http://rzim.org/radio/archives.php?p=JT&v=detail&id=1228

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