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Jesus Came for the Sick

In a book I have been reading lately the author discusses a psychological defense mechanism called dissociation. (I know that sounds boring, but bear with me a moment.) Dissociation is the splitting off of a group of mental processes from the main body of consciousness. The first example is from a story about a missionary who was mauled ...

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Home. Work. Society.

My life right now has three main compartments. I have heard people say it is not good to compartmentalize your life. They say, “Your life should not be like a frozen dinner, it should be more like a pot pie.” But I don’t really know what “they” are talking about. I have my home situation, which is most important. I have my ...

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Where To Find Truth

Tuesday's mid-term election has me pondering a multiplicity of political postulations. These are some of my questions: Is it possible to write about politics without being political? Is there any way we Americans can survive another presidential election cycle? Is there any media/news source that can be trusted? Are there ...

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This Is Not Wishful Thinking

The shadow is so easy to see and so familiar to us. Each week there are news reports about the darkness of man. It seems we think the commandments of God say we SHOULD murder, steal, lie, commit adultery, and covet. Last week's killings in the U.S. bring another reminder that the pendulum ...

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