“Christianity Today” has called John Sherrill and his wife “the most influential Christian authors you know nothing about.” But their books captured the imagination of people in the 1960s and beyond, contributing greatly to a spiritual awakening when the world was otherwise wondering if God was dead.
Manchester, New Hampshire has a lot going for it. It’s the largest city in the state. Independent sources have ranked Manchester high in affordability, livability, upward mobility and education. But the city’s Achilles’ heel is drug addiction.
Many view history as something static. But it is actually something dynamic. That’s the reason for archeology after all. There is always something new to learn. Charlotte Harris Rees has been traveling through the Rocky Mountains to discover signs of the ancient Chinese. She was not disappointed.
Imagine this. A foster parent to 180 girls over a five-year period is charged with sexually assaulting five of them. But there’s no need to imagine, because that’s the story of Miguel Briseno. And Medina County, Texas Sheriff Randy Brown is upset with Child Protective Services for allowing the placements.
A few weeks ago we told you how distressed individuals at the University of Mississippi went bananas over a banana peel, reading racial intimidation into an innocent incident that had nothing to do with race. Now the nonsense continues at two other schools.
A few weeks ago I received a post card from my electric company, Duke Energy, announcing a meter upgrade was coming soon — a Smart Meter. As far as I’m concerned, the device is no more than a modern form of the Trojan Horse.