An essay from a prisoner held in solitary confinement for the last 25 years, with more than 50 to go. He describes his experience and difficulty with his sentence. Arguably inhumane treatment; but on the flip side, so is murder, isn't it? When it comes to [near] life sentences, should there still be an effort to rehabilitation?
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Fifty-three year old Brian Philcox is another example of a self-righteous familicide category killer who in June 2008 in Cheshire, England, picked up his children on Father’s day for a day out and after driving them to a secluded spot in Snowdonia, South Wales, he drugged them and pumped exhaust fumes into the car, killing 7 year old Amy Phlicox and 3 year old Owen Philcox and himself.
Will I be single forever? It’s a question that haunts a growing number of men and women in the church today. The good news for the not-yet-married is that no one in Christ is single, and no one is married in heaven.
This week in Nashville, folks from the Southern Baptist Convention have been gathering for the 2014 Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission National Conference. To be honest, I didn’t know a thing about ....