The following articles are related to the topic of UNITY

The Power of the Pen

Wayne Jackson reflects on his past and aspirations for the future, in this endeavor.

More Controversy at ACU

This article discusses the recent controversy at Abilene Christian University regarding the Boy Scouts and the homosexual movement.

Atheism and the Historical Christ

Some atheists reject the very existence of Jesus of Nazareth. But is this lack of belief based on a reasonable examination of the evidence? Not in the least.

The Link between Evolution and Abortion

What theory can possibly rationalize the act of killing an unborn child? Some attempt this ethical manipulation by the use of an antiquated argument employed in defence of Darwin’s theory of evolution.

Lessons Learned Through Illness

There are several ways in which one may respond to illness. One is to try and learn from the experience and attempt to develop into a better person. Another is to become bitter and “sour” on life, making others around you miserable. The former is much to be preferred. Reflect with me on this matter.

Frauds in Science

There are many honest people working in the various fields of science, but it also is only fair to point out that there have been, and likely will continue to be, some real charlatans in the scientific community.

Internet Etiquette

In the internet age, the ease of communication without thought has caused many problems.

What Is a Missionary Society?

What is a missionary society? Some Christians carelessly throw that designation around, labeling perfectly legitimate works with this pejorative expression.

Is America Too Big to Fail?

While politicians are promising hope and change, we would be wise to consider where success and failure actually come from.

The Accuracy of the Book of Acts

Over the years, from time to time, critics direct their hostility at the book of Acts, attacking its credibility. Repeatedly, however, it has weathered the storm of criticism.

The Christian and “Higher Education”

Youngsters who attend secular educational institutions frequently are confronted with seriously erroneous teachings. How do they deal with these dangerous situations? It doesn’t have to be a hostile encounter.