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In The News: To Forgive Is Divine

University of Oklahoma President David Boren expelled two students, in early March, for their racist chants at a fraternity activity.  Levi Pettit was one of those students. Anastasia Pittman, a state senator, Oklahoma’s only black state senator, saw the leaked … Continue reading

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An Application of Philemon for the Modern Day

The book of Philemon is a true story which touches the heart.  Onesimus, a runaway slave, somehow while on the lam, came in contact with the imprisoned apostle Paul.  Paul converted Onesimus (Philemon 10).  Yet, there remained a problem: Onesimus was … Continue reading

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