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  • 3). The Death Penalty, Is it Good Or Bad?  By : David G. Hallstrom, Sr.
    I am and always have been the pro death penalty, however, even though I am pro death penalty, I probably would not be willing to pull the switch or push the button. I do not think that this makes me a hypocrit. Please bear with me while I explain. As I stated, I am pro death penalty. I am not, however, pro death penalty as an act of revenge or retribution.
    Article Related to: death penalty, crime, prevention, law, religion

  • 4). School Prayer, Right Or Wrong  By : David G. Hallstrom, Sr.
    In the Bill Of Rights, the First Amendment to the Constitution, titled "Freedom of Religion, Press, Expression" states the following: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
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  • 7). The Chinese Symbol Of Accepting Change  By : Kadence Buchanan
    Tao or Dao is a Chinese character that refers to a pivotal feature of Chinese philosophy and religion. One of its most generic translations is that of "the way" or "head path." Those who have studied its meaning, place it in a variety of concepts, like that of religion, knowledge, rationality, morality, duty or truth. Central component of Taoism, Tŕijítú, which is the black and white symbol of Tao, is considered to convey the fundamental force of nature, or the "noble way" of personal conduct in life.
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  • 12). The Essential Message of Easter  By : Sharon Serot
    Regardless of whether you are an Episcopalian, Catholic, Lutheran, Methodist or “Christian” of some stripe, the festival of Easter is the highlight of our year. With its themes of His triumph over death and His resurrection, we prepare ourselves for the Ascension of our Lord. It is important to remember that Salvation is not just a historical event that took place in the distant past to other people in other places.
    Article Related to: religion, easter, gifts

  • 18). Transcending Religions’ Meaning and Value  By : Greg Gourdian
    Religions play wonderful roles in our lives, offering us a sense of community and fellowship that nurtures us and sustains us in our times of need. But most religions are flawed in one manner or another and it is easy to become disillusioned by our religion or intolerant of the religions of others. While pursuing our spiritual journeys through life we may do well to reflect on the roles of religions in our lives and how we may transcend their limitations and achieve an independent state of being.
    Article Related to: god, religion, tolerance, religious freedom, spirit, religious ecstasy, devotion, worship, wisdom

  • 24). Is Being an Ethical Episcopalian Enough?  By : Sharon Serot
    Once a month I take my children to a food pantry to do volunteer work. On this particular Sunday we were stocking shelves with a group of Episcopalian Youth. I knew this because each of them was wearing an Episcopal shield lapel pin. Seeing these kids really lifted my spirits. Usually it’s adults who work in the food pantry and that can become pretty boring for my kids.
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