How Can God Help Me Make a Good Decision About Marriage?

By Russell D. My first wife passed away while I was still in my 50's. We were fortunate enough to have time to discuss our lives after she was gone. She encouraged me to remarry. After a few years of grieving, I wondered if I should and if so when. After study and thought, and making a decision that the answer was yes and I would know when it was time, it became clear that the decision was correct. Then I met a genuine lady and we started to date. We discussed marriage, but was this the corre...
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Are Morals Just a Matter of Individual Taste?

By Ethan Hatch What is right and what is wrong? Do you know what is right and what is wrong? If you are like me then you probably said “yes,” then thought about it a second longer and added, “ninety percent of the time.” Now if we know what is right, why is it that we sometimes don’t do what is right? Is it that we prefer the wrong? Or is it the hard work associated with doing the right thing? Perhaps it is a combination of the natural tendencies of man and a lack of vision to the rewards...
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Free Will and Neuroscience

By David The next installment in our series on free will, what it means, and whether it exists Because I spend a lot of time trying to figure out how parts of the brain work, I have developed an increasingly strong interest in the ethical implications of brain research. A few years ago, I discovered that there was a whole academic field, with its own society,devoted to understanding what has come to be called “neuroethics”, or the study of the ethical and societal implications of neuroscie...
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