Category Archives: human rights

All lives matter (or do they?)

You can’t treat me that way! I was worthless and disposable in the womb, but now my life matters. I lived through the womb!!! I went through the womb and came out of it alive! (I bet you did, too.) I’m … Continue reading

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You might be unracist if . . .

The vast majority of Americans claim (and believe) that they are not racists. However, in an unracist society, race isn’t an issue. You might be unracist if you look at faces and don’t see races. You might be unracist if … Continue reading

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What makes a bad New Year? People.

If the world is bad, People made it so. A better world Requires better people. We try to fix the world with laws & programs that fail to make us better people. The world doesn’t need a better political system. It … Continue reading

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Shall we overcome?

Shall we overcome? Don’t succumb to discouragement, self-destruction, and depression. Overcome through the reality of Christ’s love. “Deep in my heart, I do believe, we shall overcome someday!” The lost word of the Bible is a recovery word. It can … Continue reading

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“The right to choose,” falsely says “Some lives don’t matter.”

Why don’t prenatal lives matter in America? Why have we devalued the most innocent form of human life? Why are prenatal lives offered no respect, no protection, and no rights? Abortion opens up a frightening question: If prenatal human life is … Continue reading

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A surprising (perhaps miraculous) confirmation of nonviolence

Yesterday was Memorial Day and though out the day I thought about nonviolence and wondered why we humans glorify and celebrate the use of violence and war, generation after generation. Today I felt pompted to pick up the book, When The … Continue reading

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Humanity is not just a manatee named Hugh

If someone kills a man to save a child, he is called a hero. However, nowadays, if he kills a gorilla to save a child, he’s harshly criticized. CBS News wrote: “The killing of a gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo … Continue reading

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