Tag Archives: Alan Dowd

Faith and Freedom from Speech

Words can heal or hurt, tear down or build up, inspire or provoke, which is why we must choose and use them wisely.

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Smothering Religious Freedom

Religious liberty is the proverbial canary in the coal mine of a society’s health. It doesn’t tell us everything about a government or group, but it tells us enough.

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Tied in Knots

For most of us who oppose the redefinition of marriage, this is about nothing more or less than the sanctity of the God-ordained covenant of marriage.

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A Healthy Estate

Adam was not alone. The earth was teeming with living things. But that was the problem: none of those living things were like him, none were suitable for him, none could heal his aloneness.

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Main Street Greed

What motivated most people on the Main Street end of the economic spectrum to use their mushrooming home equity as collateral to open huge lines of credit, buy products they couldn’t afford, and take on debt they couldn’t repay? The answer is greed, and it has nothing to do with Wall Street.

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