Judge Amy Coney Barrett and the Purdue Sexual Assault Case
By Dr. JOHN A. SPARKS

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GROVE CITY, PA — October 13, 2020 — Will some senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee vilify Judge Amy Coney Barrett, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee? Attacks on her religion, her large family, or claims that she will block the advance of women may make good fodder for Facebook, but senators who pursue those tacks are likely to reap public …

eHeziJudge Amy Coney Barrett and the Purdue Sexual Assault Case
By Dr. JOHN A. SPARKS

The Paradox of Prosperity
By MARK W. HENDRICKSON

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GROVE CITY, PA — September 24, 2020 —In Friedrich Hayek’s 1954 book Capitalism and the Historians, the late French philosopher and political economist Bertrand de Jouvenel noted a baffling historical trend: “Strangely enough, the fall from favor of the money-maker coincides with an increase in his social usefulness.” In surveying the history of capitalism from its inception in the late …

TribuneThe Paradox of Prosperity
By MARK W. HENDRICKSON

Heroines of Moral Courage: The Little Sisters of the Poor Against Pennsylvania
By JOHN A. SPARKS

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GROVE CITY, PA — May21, 2020 —This is the third time that the Institute for Faith and Freedom has carried an opinion piece on the Little Sisters of the Poor (LSP) and their Supreme Court fight. This 181-year-old religious order is renowned for its generosity and kindness to the poor and needy. The Sisters would seem to be unlikely litigants …

TribuneHeroines of Moral Courage: The Little Sisters of the Poor Against Pennsylvania
By JOHN A. SPARKS

The Ironies of War and Armistice: Reflections from the Demilitarized Zone
Dr. DAVID S. HOGSETTE

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This past summer I was invited to teach literary interpretation and academic writing at a small Reformed-Christian seminary outside of Seoul, South Korea. At the close of two intense weeks of instruction, which consisted of six hours of lectures and discussion each day, I was ready to decompress. My hosts recommended that I visit the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), a most …

eHeziThe Ironies of War and Armistice: Reflections from the Demilitarized Zone
Dr. DAVID S. HOGSETTE