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By Joel Hilliker, Principles of Living from the May-June 2015 Trumpet Print Edition »
Lessons from a man who helped build a president
The world’s most famous poet believed in an eternal afterlife. Yet it was a mystery. It doesn’t need to be!
Scientists treat dissent like heresy. But considering their track record, they should welcome debate.
By Joel Hilliker, from April 1, 2015 in Analysis »
The rationale for the bitter condemnation of Indiana’s religious freedom law puts America in dangerous waters.
And how you can begin to understand it 
They have seized the public’s attention. What does the Bible really say? The answer may surprise you. 
By Robert Morley, from February 19, 2015 in Analysis »
Like Rome during its last days, America is witnessing the total destruction of its families—and no one seems to care.
By Joel Hilliker, from February 18, 2015 in Top Stories »
How is a story about bondage supposed to be liberating to women?
Many Americans abuse welfare. That’s bad for taxpayers, but it’s even worse for the abusers.