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I Have a Dream

I Have a Dream

I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave-owners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood. 

Psychology: Servant or Master?

Note: A few years ago I wrote on the subject of psychology and the Bible and the question of self-love or self-esteem. Wherever I go this subject keeps coming up. 

Great Media Quotes of 1994

Great Media Quotes of 1994

Hillary Rodham Clinton is as pious as she is political. Methodism, for her, is not just a church but an extended family of faith that defines her horizons ... If the Kennedy era was Camelot and the Reagan White House a ranchero on the Potomac, the Clinton presidency in the figure of its formidable First Lady is Washington’s Methodist Moment. — Newsweek reporter Kenneth L. Woodward, October 31 story.

Debunked Censorship Report

Debunked Censorship Report

Dr. Michael Wohlgenant, Ph.D., a professor at North Carolina State University and parent stated why he and his wife objected to a book used at his daughter’s elementary school.

Glamorizing The Homosexual Lifestyle

The culture will have to be retaken street by street, block by block, house by house.

The Swedish Educational Model

Twentieth-century socialist regimes have followed an educational path that is designed to mold children in terms of State interests.

Who Do We Think We Are? (Physician-Assisted Suicide)

Today, November 10, 1994, the outcome has been declared official. The state of Oregon became the first jurisdiction in the history of the human race to legalize physician-assisted suicide.

Contemporary Social Ethics: Notes and Overheads

The following are notes and overhead transparencies developed by Randy Alcorn and used in his Contemporary Social Ethics class.

Contemporary Social Ethics: Syllabus

This is the course syllabus for Contemporary Social Ethics. 

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