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A Pledge of Allegiance: One Christian, Under God

Younger generations are suspicious of biblical ethics. Older generations, of biblical justice. Jesus says you must have both if you are going to follow Him. Word AND deed. Grace AND Truth. Love AND Law. Ethics AND Justice. 'You must repent" AND "Remember the poor." The slippery slope is an equal opportunity hazard. Some slip away… Continue reading A Pledge of Allegiance: One Christian, Under God

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Verbiage: Pursuing the Art of Making Less Mean More

"Academic texts are often characterized by verbiage—the use of more words than are needed to express an idea. Verbiage does nothing but hide the real message of the text under a load of needless words, frustrate and dispirit the reader, and weaken the credibility of the author." Too many words. Most of my readers -… Continue reading Verbiage: Pursuing the Art of Making Less Mean More