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Links 06-28-2005

Tim Challies has begun a series titled Challenges to the Church.
Challenges to the Church - Open Theism

Carla Rolfe is sure to annoy someone with this, but truth is truth.
Our Children v. Our Culture?

Doug McHone has some good thoughts on love.
The Greatest Commandment I
The Greatest Commandment II

Brad Wilson has reviewed a book on a subject of great importance in this day of humanistic psychobabble.
Christ Esteem

Thomas Sowell writes, "You may own your own home and expect to live there the rest of your life. But keep your bags packed, because the Supreme Court of the United States has decreed that local politicians can take your property away and turn it over to someone else, just by using the magic words 'public purpose'."
Property rites

2005-06-28 at 8:41 AM MT | |