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Repeal the 16th Amendment? How Will You Carry That Out?

Republican Rep. Steve King of Iowa has a grand idea, and by “grand” I mean big. Rep. King, never one to think small, has introduced House Joint Resolution 16, a proposed constitutional amendment that reads simply: The sixteenth article of amendment to the Constitution of

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Bob Dold (R-Dow) 2014?

Roll Call shares the news that former congressman Bob Dold will be running to take back the seat he lost to Democrat Brad Schneider in 2012. As a member of Congress, Bob Dold specialized in the filing of bills that would suspend or eliminate fees

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One Christian Out Of Hundreds Meets This Challenge

In response to the many Christians who suddenly declared that they didn’t think they ought to pay attention to the teachings of Jesus, he quoted the Book of Romans: “Accept him whose faith is weak, without passing judgment on disputable matters.”

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Will You Meet This Christian Challenge?

One version of the Sermon of the Mount is found in the Book of Matthew. From that version comes the following commandment: “Give to him that asketh thee, and from him that would borrow of thee turn not thou away.” Will you follow this teaching of Jesus, or will you sell your soul for just ten dollars?

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What’s Your Favorite Biblical Contradiction?

I’ve been having a conversation with someone named Jacob who considers Irregular Times to be his missionary ground. As part of his efforts, he has cut and pasted in claims you can find verbatim on a number of Christian proselytization websites, Got Questions? being a

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What's Your Favorite Biblical Contradiction?

I’ve been having a conversation with someone named Jacob who considers Irregular Times to be his missionary ground. As part of his efforts, he has cut and pasted in claims you can find verbatim on a number of Christian proselytization websites, Got Questions? being a

Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?