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  • by Michael Kelley
Sobering headlines repeat the same sad story: Policemen are shot and killed, many by ambush, while others accuse them of brutality and excessive force. What does this say about American society?
  • by Darris McNeely

New York's Daily News calls prayer meaningless, but finds it meaningful...

  • by Diane Stewart
Today, sales of popular video games are at record highs. But what message are they sending? Most importantly, are they appropriate for young impressionable minds?
  • by Darris McNeely, Gary Petty, Steve Myers

We live in increasingly perilous times. No place is safe from violent,...

  • by Melvin Rhodes
As the state of New York joins the other 49 states in allowing no-fault divorce, a surprising bill before the Michigan legislature aims to make divorce for couples with young children more difficult.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Former President Nelson Mandela supported the idea of ibuntu, the principle that strangers are always welcome in the Republic of South Africa. But immigrant violence has stalked certain of the nation's streets—poor against poor—resulting in at least 24 dead and many injured.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
It could be argued by secular observers that there is nothing at all we can do about destructive, death-dealing tornadoes (killing 59 in the South), but most disturbing of all is human anger completely out of control.
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
Time magazine stated, "Driven by a big jump in robberies, violent crime in the U.S. edged up 1.3% last year, according to preliminary FBI data" (June 18, 2007, emphasis added). Violent crime essentially means murder, rape, robbery with violence and aggravated assault.
  • by United Church of God
Police will tell you that one of the most dangerous calls they get is a domestic dispute.