Media Vanity Amid Vanishing Ethics

Somewhere, some place Soon Jin Kim is gritting his teeth, just as he did standing before my freshman News Writing class at Towson (MD) State University back in 1979. Dr. Kim drilled us in the standards of basic journalism. Get the facts right, especially the names. And, check your biases...

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Beyond Feeling and Sight

Jesus sent off His disciples to get them away from the crowd. He had just fed 5,000 men and their families from five loaves and two fish. This caused no small stir among the people. All had eaten, all were full – and there were leftovers, 12 baskets worth. Knowing...

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Needed: Lives That Inspire

Hezekiah came to the throne of Judah after an intense season of idolatry had gripped the nation. His predecessor, Ahaz, “shut up the doors of the house of God, and he made himself altars in every corner of Jerusalem” (2 Chronicles 28:24). Enemies came and destroyed towns and carried people...

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