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"Even now, when the dangers of drug abuse are well understood, many educated people still discuss the drug problem in almost every way except the right way. ... They rarely speak plainly—drug use is wrong because it is immoral, and it is immoral because it enslaves the mind and destroys the soul. It is as if it were a mark of sophistication for us to shun the language of morality in discussing the problems of mankind."
James Q. Wilson, quoted in Newsweek, January 9, 1989. Copyright © James Q. Wilson. Reprinted with permission.
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Beulah Roegge with contributions from James Nelson Goodsell, Bea Roegge, Jim, Richard Harley
How spiritual sense defeats addiction
James Q. Wilson
Paying attention to what we pray
Evan P. Mehlenbacher
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Victoria Margaret Fredrickson
Staying with what is spiritually essential
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