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Friday, September 4, 2015

Student-Athletes or Athletes Obligated to Attend Class?
Student-Athletes or Athletes Obligated to Attend Class?

By: Zach Dawes
The college football culture causes many to see themselves primarily as athletes. Are players primarily students who also play a sport or athletes who are obligated to attend classes?

When One Church Offered an Assault Rifle as Prize
When One Church Offered an Assault Rifle as Prize

By: Jon Kuhrt
A Mississippi church vowed to give away an assault rifle and 100 rounds of ammo to whoever invited the most people. When challenged about the prize, guess how this church responded.

Sowing Justice Through Generosity to the Poor
Sowing Justice Through Generosity to the Poor

By: Molly T. Marshall
It's always easier to blame the poor for their circumstances rather than appraising the systemic realities making upward mobility nearly impossible. We prefer the poor to be invisible, even in our churches.

UN Poverty Goals Worthy of Christians' Support
UN Poverty Goals Worthy of Christians' Support

By: Gershon Nimbalker
The U.N.'s Millennium Development Goals have been an ambitious undertaking to address many facets of extreme poverty. Christians should be passionate champions of these goals.