Vertical Thought: January - March 2011

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In This Issue

  • by Milan Janicich
Most of us have some regrets. Some of these affect only us; some affect family, friends and others. Here is how you can minimize them in your own life.
  • by Howard Davis
In today's culture, porn is not going away. You can avoid the damage this sin causes.
  • by Doug Horchak
It sounds like it could be a local radio station, but WIIFM is actually the acronym for a question many people are asking today.
  • by Becky Sweat
In a tough economy, managing your personal finances is more important than ever. Here are some tips for saving and spending your hard-earned cash.
  • by Dan Dowd
The Bible is a unique book in the annals of history. Not only is it one of the most accurately and thoroughly preserved books of antiquity, it also stands alone as a record of God's instruction for subsequent generations on how to live.
  • by Randy Stiver
The King James Version, or Authorized Version, of the Bible was completed in 1611. Even if you have a more modern English version, it owes a great deal to this groundbreaking translation.
  • by David Treybig
Ironically, people buy Bibles, but apparently they don't read them. At least that's what seems to be the case according to a recent survey by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life.
  • by Amanda Stiver
Archaeologist Ehud Netzer of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and his team have found a royal viewing box that was a part of King Herod's private theater at his fortress of Herodium, 7.5 miles south of Jerusalem.
  • by Amanda Stiver
Now, 18 years after the Internet was born for public use, some experts claim that part of it, the World Wide Web, is dying (well, maybe not growing as fast).
  • by Dan Dowd
There are three main types of Bible translations: word-for-word, thought-for-thought and paraphrase. Which one do you choose to study God's Word and learn His way?