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    Battling Evil: Iraqi Christians join the fight against ISIS
    In a world that's filled with evil and sinful men, war is undoubtedly inevitable. Sometimes war is necessary, especially when there are people in this world intent on destroying, killing and imposing their will on innocents.Sometimes the only...
  • The never-ending problem of evil
    The never-ending problem of evil
    From Isis to Boko Haram, evil groups just seem to continue to pop up out of nowhere. We think we have stopped all evil or had the war to end all wars and then we have another school shooting or are exasperated by feeling forced into yet another...
  • James Dawes
    Does U.S. face a danger by calling ISIS 'evil'?
    What would you call a group of well-trained, well-funded, bloodthirsty militants with utterly no qualms about beheading children in its quest to spread itsreligious fanaticism? The Obama administration, for reasons difficult to fathom, won't...
  • Resident Evil - A Devotion
    Resident Evil - A Devotion
    Romans 12:18-21 (NKJV)If it is possible, as much as depends on you, live peaceably with all men. Beloved, do not avenge yourselves, but rather give place to wrath; for it is written, “Vengeance is Mine, I will repay,” says the Lord....
  • The Exorcist
    The true story behind The Exorcist
    What is the true story behind the terrifying film, The Exorcist? The last living eye witness to some of the most frightening proceedings from modern history has come off his deathbed to separate fact from fiction and say the horror movie The...
  • Pope Francis
    Pope Francis explains evil sowed by devil and patience of God
    The gospel reading for today was the Parable of the wheat and tares (weeds). According to Zenit News Agency, Pope Francis explained the meaning of the parable before reciting the Angelus prayer at noon today.The parable, Pope Francis said, is a...
  • Oklahoma City Archbishop calls Black Mass 'obviously horrendous'
    Oklahoma City Archbishop calls Black Mass 'obviously horrendous'
    Oklahoma City Archbishop Paul Coakley has called the planned "Black Mass" to take place in that city's Civic Center "obviously horrendous," saying that it is clearly meant to cause offense not only to Catholics, but to...
  • Illegal drugs: Good or evil? Major media weigh in
    Illegal drugs: Good or evil? Major media weigh in
    Are illegal drugs a great evil or a potential benefit to humankind? The below summaries of revealing major media articles show how these drugs have been used both to cause great harm and to provide relief and healing to those suffering from...
  • Oklahoma City Archbishop condemns plan for Black Mass
    Oklahoma City Archbishop condemns plan for Black Mass
    Little more than a month and a half after a satanic "Black Mass," which makes a public mockery of the Catholic faith, was canceled by members of the Harvard University Extension after a massive public outcry and a Eucharistic procession...
  • How lying has destroyed a nation
    How lying has destroyed a nation
    If there were only one liar in the country, that person might be ostracized for their shady business practices, false advertising, stealing of government funds, cheating in school and many other lies. However, there is not just one liar, but liars...
  • Abraham and Isaac
    Billy Graham getting it wrong about Earthly punishments
    The early Hebrews did not believe in a heavenly afterlife. Like their Canaanite neighbors, the early Hebrews believed that people died and went to dwell in Sheol, the underground realm of the dead. Those who dwelt in Sheol were mere shadows of...
  • Maleficent
    Maleficent - Beautiful Side of Evil?
    I just got into a verbal dispute on Facebook with a couple of my friends. At the rate I'm going, I won't have any friends left. I figure I can keep my mouth shut (or my fingers tied in this cyber age) and have lots of friends, or I can...
  • Phillip Yancey
    Now will you just go away?
    Phillip Yancey has titled his book “Why? The Question That Never Goes Away,” and the cynic might say that the reason the question never goes away is that writers like Yancey never let it. Yancey wrote his first book, “Where Is...
  • The Church continues to demand blind obedience from its followers
    No religion has a monopoly on evil
    “The accusations against the priests are just Satan’s way of testing our faith in the Church.” This was said to me recently by a woman who described herself as a “devout Catholic.” It was in response to my expressing...
  • Gun
    Senseless violence cannot be stopped by passing laws or legislation
    The senseless killings by Elliot Rodger this past week cause us to ask many questions. Why would someone do this? What circumstances in his life would make him resort to such violence? How could this happen in a world that is supposed to be more...