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The Subjective Indignation of the Social Justice Movement

George Perry Floyd, Jr. was killed on May 25, 2020. I say killed as opposed to murdered as the case against former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, the primary accused in Floyd's death, is still being adjudicated. When and if Derek Chauvin is lawfully convicted by a jury of his peers of the charges filed …

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A Few Words About Justice

Against the backdrop of various media reports concerning the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, and the subsequent manifold calls that his alleged killers be brought to justice, as a black Christian who has been following this developing story in background, I felt compelled to offer the following unsolicited commentary. I am of the opinion that the …

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God’s Love For The Unlovable

Among the more misunderstood attributes of God is His love. Admittedly, God's attributes are innumerable. God is infinite. So it stands to reason that His nature cannot fully be comprehended by our finite and limited faculties. Nonetheless, I would venture to say that among God's myriad characteristics, His love would be the first quality to …

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