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Looking again at news and commentary
From Newsweek, July 28, 1986
"There has been an awful lot of talk about sin, crime, and plain old antisocial behavior ... drugs and pornography at home, terror and brutality abroad. ... What strikes me is our curiously deficient, not to say defective, way of talking about them. We don't seem to have a word anymore for 'wrong' in the moral sense, as in, for example, 'theft is wrong.'
Law and listening for the voice of Truth
with contributions from Tom Russell
Why moral courage?
Never underestimate the power of Truth
Arline Walker Evans
New demands, new strength
Judith Ann Hardy
Mary Elizabeth Leever
Law that can't be broken
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Is being good, dull?
Michael D. Rissler
Kathryn A. Knox
In the course of rearing a family of five children, the many...
Olive Bemis Gerber
One Saturday in the spring of 1986, while I was driving to pick...
Eric F. Thacher with contributions from Susan W. Thacher
Truly, Christian Science is the golden thread running through...
John W. Roehmer with contributions from George Michael Roehmer