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September 16 2006 By virtueonline He bears no malice, but he is a worried man

In Benedict's view, a profound ambiguity about violence lies at the heart of Islam, arising from the Prophet's belief that faith can be spread by the sword. Mohammed, after all, was a general whose troops beheaded hundreds of enemy captives.

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September 14 2006 By virtueonline Chaplain convicted of saying prayers 'in Jesus' name'

"Therefore I disobeyed my commanding officer's order not to pray in uniform," he said.

Klingenschmitt, who raised immediate concerns with this superiors when the Navy issued a new order that prayers could only be "non-sectarian," also has alleged he was punished for raising those concerns, and later notifying Congress and President Bush of the situation.

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September 11 2006 By virtueonline Most Twentysomethings Put Christianity on the Shelf following Teen Years

Teens Embrace Spirituality...

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September 04 2006 By virtueonline ALBERTA: Homosexuals Seek to Shut Down Canadian Pro-Family Websites spoke with Chandler, who explained that his long and expensive battle with the human rights commissions began over two years ago. At that time the Executive Director of Concerned Christians Canada, Rev. Stephen Boissoin wrote a letter to the editor denouncing the homosexual agenda. Dr.

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September 01 2006 By virtueonline WASHINGTON: Gay marriage is a lost cause

For all intents and purposes, gay marriage is dead. Activists proclaimed that the Goodrich decision in Massachusetts was the end of the beginning of the struggle for equality, but in retrospect it was the beginning of the end.

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August 31 2006 By virtueonline APA President Supports Therapy Treating Unwanted Homosexual Tendencies

The APA has long been hostile toward the work of NARTH, saying attempts to alter the sexual inclinations of homosexual or lesbian persons amount to discrimination against homosexuality.

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August 22 2006 By virtueonline Sexual Sin Is Never Just a Private Matter - by Alan Medinger

This is important for us to recognize in order to duly defend and strengthen the church, to further the Kingdom, and to give us another reason to turn away from sin when we're tempted. To become healthy members of a strong and effective Body, we need to have an awareness of the harm that our sexual sins do to others.

I see seven ways in which even our solitary sexual sins bring harm to the Body of Christ:

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August 16 2006 By virtueonline Multiculturalism is to blame for perverting young Muslims

The movements that were born or renewed do not have any kind of centralised command structure, but co-operate through diffuse networks of affinity and patronage. One of their most important aims is to impose their form of Islam on countries such as Pakistan, Egypt, Malaysia and Indonesia. This may be why they were not regarded as an immediate threat to the West.

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July 28 2006 By virtueonline The Clash of Worldviews: Defending the Truth

I will be hitting upon this throughout this talk: Remember always the balance between the two great commissions-to make disciples, baptize them, teach them all that I have taught you, draw people into the faith, but at the same time, remember that the culture is to be reclaimed. The world is to be reclaimed because it is God's world. My duty today is to bring God's truth and righteousness and majesty to bear in the culture. So we have two great commissions.

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July 18 2006 By virtueonline LONDON: 'The day is coming when British Muslims form a state within a state'

"It's confirmation of what they believe to be a familiar pattern: if spokesmen for British Muslims threaten what they call 'adverse consequences' - violence to the rest of us - then the British Government will cave in. I think it is a very dangerous precedent."

Dr Sookhdeo adds that he believes that "in a decade, you will see parts of English cities which are controlled by Muslim clerics and which follow, not the common law, but aspects of Muslim sharia law.

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