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April 27, 2014 at 9:16 AM

Guns in church: Scripture doesn’t call for ‘might’ nor ‘power’

Good God! If we Christians believe we need to carry guns to our places of worship [“Georgia’s sweeping new law allows guns into churches, bars,” Nation/World, April 24], perhaps we should check our scriptures and be reminded that God has declared that we are saved “Not by might nor by power but by my Spirit.”…

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February 19, 2014 at 11:52 AM

Religion vs. science: It’s not so black and white

With her broad brush, syndicated columnist Ann McFeatters paints me and my fellow Christians to be either black or white on matters of science and religion [“In American politics, it’s still science vs. religion,” Opinion, Feb. 14]. Too bad Ann, but the Christian world is filled with all colors in between and is…

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Comments | More in Christianity, Science | Topics: Ann McFeatters, Christianity, God

May 2, 2013 at 11:47 AM

UW astronomer has faith in science and God

Scientists should be more open-minded Astronomer Eric Agol is agile enough to have faith in both science and a higher power, faith that this 13.6 billion-year-old universe, and everything in it, has an ultimate Source other than itself [“UW astronomer finds planet, keeps the faith,” page one, April 27]. Too bad only 51 percent of his…

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Comments | Topics: God, planet, religion