A Response to Hate and Fear

A response to hate and fear. UNashamed.

This week, which began with the 240th anniversary of this nation’s independence and celebration of the various freedoms in which our citizens enjoy, has unfortunately seen the escalation of senseless violence and tragic loss of life in a number of incidents across the United States. Communities and individuals are overwhelmed…

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Obey God and government—in that order

On a Sabbath preceding the U.S. presidential election, Ray Navarro, pastor of the Tempe Seventh-day Adventist Church in Tempe, Arizona, gave a thought-provoking sermon entitled “Should Christians Vote?” He shared Biblical insight into how a Christian is to relate to secular governments and politics as well as the historical views…

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Moral Ambiguity

Moral Ambiguity: who decides what is Right and what is Wrong?

Many people, even Christians, feel that the Ten Commandments – the Lord’s moral law – is antiquated, a relic of ancient history of mild interest but no longer applicable to the modern world. However, in this age of moral ambiguity, is the Law truly out-dated or does it still hold relevance to our lives?

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